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FEB 05, 2016 - TechRadar

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Updated: The very best Nvidia GTX 950M, 960M, 965M, 970M and 980M laptops for gamers

IntroductionUpdate: We've added Dell's sleek new XPS 15, which isn't billed as a gaming laptop but can chew through the latest titles thanks to its Skylake processor and 960M GPU.It's much easier to identify a gaming laptop that matches your requirements these days. Nvidia's GeForce 900 series of mobile GPUs now includes the GTX 950M at the lower end, followed ...

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FEB 05, 2016 - TechRadar

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8 best Mac games: top OS X titles to satisfy your gaming itch

IntroductionThe idea that Macs can't do gaming is an outdated one. Sure, you can't crack open one of Apple's computers and slot a Nvidia GTX 980 inside, but today's iMacs and MacBooks fare much better than they used to thanks to improvements in Intel's integrated graphics solutions and AMD's increasingly powerful mobile GPUs.Heck, you could even say that casual gaming ...

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FEB 05, 2016 - TechRadar

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In Depth: No Super Bowl ticket? You could build this home theater for the price of one

The Stones said it best: You can't always get what you want. But, if you try sometime, you might find … you get what you need. When The Rolling Stones played the Super Bowl Halftime Show in 2006, they didn't play that hit, but it's a pretty apt saying for anyone who can't go to the game this year despite ...

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FEB 04, 2016 - GamePro

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MIT's 168-core chip could give big brains to mobile devices and robots

Unlike Facebook, a smartphone can’t recognize and tag you in a selfie. A new brain-like chip developed by researchers at MIT could change that.The 168-core prototype chip called Eyeriss will be able to tap into memory to instantly recognize faces, objects and even sounds. The chip is designed for use in smartphones, self-driving cars, robots, drones and other devices.Eyeriss is ...

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FEB 03, 2016 - GamePro

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MIT's 168-core chip could make mobile devices, robots smarter

Unlike Facebook, a smartphone can't recognize and tag you in a selfie. A new brain-like chip developed by researchers at MIT could change that.The 168-core prototype chip called Eyeriss will be able to tap into memory to instantly recognize faces, objects and even sounds. The chip is designed for use in smartphones, self-driving cars, robots, drones and other devices.Eyeriss is ...

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