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Intel details upcoming Apollo Lake-equipped NUCs

Intel has published the technical product specifications for its upcoming “Arches Canyon” NUCs powered by its own Celeron J3455 CPU, a 10W chip with integrated HD Graphics 500 that’s soldered to the motherboard.

Opinion: This AI boom will also bust

Imagine an innovation in pipes. If this innovation were general, something that made all kinds of pipes cheaper to build and maintain, the total benefits could be large, perhaps even comparable to the total amount we spend on pipes today...

Leap Motion brings its hand tracking tech to mobile VR

Leap Motion has been working on its admittedly cool motion tracking technology for a few years now. But while the original hand tracker failed to rival the venerable computer mouse as the primary means of interacting with the two-dimensional computer…

Resident Evil 7: PC demo release date and new trailer revealed

If you’ve played the Resident Evil 7 demo on the PlayStation 4, you’ll likely understand why so many people are hailing the game as a refreshing change for the franchise, and one of the scariest titles in years. 'The beginning hour' had been…

GoPro launches Karma Grip, a $299.99 standalone stabilizer

One of the more interesting features of GoPro’s ill-fated Karma drone was the included three-axis image stabilizer. The device was positioned in such a way that an attached camera could record without the drone’s propellers being in the shot. …

Realtek HD Audio Codec drivers updated to version 2.80

It's been over a year since Realtek updated its HD Audio Codec drivers and considering these audio chips are very popular on desktop and laptop OEM systems we felt compelled to give them a mention. Release notes don't offer much details on what's new though you can expect better compatibility across the board. As usual you can head to our drivers section for this and more timely updates.

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