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  1. Watch Janet Jackson's New Music Video for 'Dammn Baby' Following Pregnancy ReportsThu, 05 May 2016 02:00:00 EDT
    Multiple outlets claim the singer, who turns 50 on May 16, is pregnant with her first child More...
  2. WATCH: Gwen Stefani Lets George Clooney and Julia Roberts Hitch a Ride for Her Carpool Karaoke with James CordenThu, 05 May 2016 02:00:00 EDT
    Stefani and Corden belted out "Don't Speak," amongst her other hits More...
  3. Former Presidents George Bush Sr. and Son Bush Jr. Will Not Endorse Donald Trump as a Presidential CandidateThu, 05 May 2016 01:20:00 EDT
    Neither Bush will support Donald Trump or any other candidate. More...
  4. Chrissy Teigen Shows off Her Envy-Inducing Three-Week Post-Baby BodyThu, 05 May 2016 01:00:00 EDT
    Chrissy's mom Vilailuck also shared new photos of baby Luna More...
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  1. Origin PC Chronos review: Fast things come in small, loud packagesThu, 05 May 2016 03:00:00 -0700
    If you still think a gaming rig is a PC thats so big, you have to throw a party to get help lifting it out of the box, weve got news: Performance PCs dont have to be gigantic anymore. Nothing illustrates that fact more than Origin PCs redesigned Chronos micro-tower, which packs state-of-the-art hardware into a machine not much bigger than last-generation gaming consoles.Sure, youll choke at the price$4,865 as configuredbut the performance you get from such a compact machine is impressive. Gordon Mah Ung The Chronos isnt much larger than the Xbox 360 and PlayStation 3.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here More...
  2. Netflix and 4K HDR: Proof that data caps will stifle video innovationThu, 05 May 2016 03:00:00 -0700
    Last week, Comcast users around the country breathed a sigh of relief when the cable giant relaxed its data-cap plans. Instead of the 300GB limit that Comcast currently imposes in some trial markets, Comcast will allow 1.0TB of usage before charging overage fees. The company points out that less than one percent of its customer base uses more than 1.0TB today, implying that even people who stream lots of online video shouldnt have to worry about caps. But this relief is just temporary. With 4K resolution and HDR video, streaming services such as Netflix are poised to consume much more data as they provide vastly better picture quality to consumers. The traditional TV industry, meanwhile, is dragging its heels to provide those same video features to cable and satellite subscribers.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here More...
  3. FAA setting up advisory panel on drones led by Intel CEOThu, 05 May 2016 00:41:34 -0700
    The Federal Aviation Administration is setting up an advisory committee, led by Intel CEO Brian Krzanich, to guide it on the integration of unmanned aircraft systems in the national airspace.The formation of the committee could link to plans by the FAA to finalize much-awaited rules for the commercial operation of drones, which will likely pave the way for the widespread use of the airborne devices for deliveries and other applications by companies like Amazon.com and Google.By late spring, we plan to finalize Part 107, our small UAS rule, which will allow for routine commercial drone operations," FAA Administrator Michael Huerta said in a speech at a drone event on Wednesday. Huerta had said in January that the the rules would be finalized at the end of spring, but there has been skepticism as the process has been plagued by delays, including missing a September deadline mandated by the U.S. Congress.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here More...
  4. A Russian hacker gave away millions of email credentials for social media votesWed, 04 May 2016 17:08:45 -0700
    Tens of millions of stolen credentials for Gmail, Microsoft and Yahoo email accounts are being shared online by a young Russian hacker known as "the Collector" as part of a supposed larger trove of 1.17 billion records.That's according to Hold Security, which says it has looked at more than 272 million unique credentials so far, including 42.5 million it had never seen before. A majority of the accounts reportedly were stolen from users of Mail.ru, Russia's most popular email service, but credentials for other services apparently were also included.Hold discovered the breach when its researchers came across the hacker bragging in an online forum. Though the hacker initially asked Hold for 50 rubles for the initial 10GB stash -- that's equivalent to about 75 cents -- he eventually turned it over to them in exchange for likes and votes for him on social media.To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here More...
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