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Computers

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This PC will self-destruct if someone tries to hack it

July 5th, 2017

With hackers stealing headlines the world over it’s hard not to be concerned with computer security these days, and if the thought of someone stealing your computer and mining all your personal data keeps you up at night, the Orwl PC will help put your mind at ease. It’s a pint-sized personal computer with some …

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Razer just made the perfect mouse for normal people

April 28th, 2017

Razer made its name making keyboards and headsets for people who stay up all night shouting at their mortal CS:Go enemies. But since then, the company’s moved on a little from just PC gamers. Its newest laptop keeps the gaming DNA where it matters, but overall it’s more of a high-end MacBook alternative than a hardcore gaming PC. …

Ray Kurzweil predicts computers will be as smart as humans in 12 years

March 16th, 2017

12 years. That’s how long Google’s Director of Engineering Ray Kurzweil thinks it will take for computers to reach human levels of intelligence. Singularity Is Coming “By 2029, computers will have human-level intelligence,” Kurzweil said in an interview at the SXSW Conference with Shira Lazar and Amy Kurzweil Comix.

Tired of computer bugs? MIT may have the answer

January 29th, 2016

Researchers at MIT have developed a system to automatically repair computer bugs. The program can comb through repairs to open-source computer programs and learn their general properties, according to MIT, building new repairs for a different set of programs.