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Come watch Dark Souls III's opening cinematic - Destructoid

February 8, 2016 - 12:58pm

Young Herald

Come watch Dark Souls III's opening cinematic
Destructoid
Be warned, though, as it obviously contains massive spoilers for both the story and, presumably, at least some of the bosses. They're very cool looking bosses, as you'd expect from a Souls game, but they're also huge spoilers to some and I'm sure ...
Dark Souls 3 Reveals Impressive Opening CinematicGame Rant
'Dark Souls III' Opening Cinematic Reveals First Hints At StoryTech Times
Dark Souls 3 Opening Cinematic RevealedPlayStation LifeStyle
ComingSoon.net -iDigitalTimes.com -Gameranx (blog)
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MIT Researchers Unveil Computer Chip That Can Power Mobile AI - Android Headlines - Android News

February 8, 2016 - 11:50am

Android Headlines - Android News

MIT Researchers Unveil Computer Chip That Can Power Mobile AI
Android Headlines - Android News
Artificial Intelligence has been around for decades, but only in the past few years regular users are having direct contact with it and the technology is being used on simple daily things such as Google learning what we like to serve targeted ads, or ...
MIT Has Built A Low-Power AI Chip For MobileTech Times
This Chip Will Give Your Phone AI Modeled On The Human BrainFast Company
Future Smartphones may be AI Powered with Eyeriss ChipTech News Today
Daily News & Analysis -Engadget
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Feds probe apparent breach of FBI, DHS worker data - Fox News

February 8, 2016 - 11:39am

FedScoop

Feds probe apparent breach of FBI, DHS worker data
Fox News
Federal officials are investigating an apparent breach of FBI and Department of Homeland Security employee information off a U.S. government system. The hack – reportedly involving names, job titles and contact information for over 20,000 apparent FBI ...
Hacker dumps data on 10K DHS employees, threatens FBI nextThe Hill
Pro-Palestinian hackers dump personal data of 10000 DHS employees, threaten FBIUPI.com
DOJ investigating hacktivists info dump of 9000 DHS staffFedScoop
Engadget -Computerworld -Boing Boing
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Tim Cook gets grief for blurry Super Bowl photo - USA TODAY

February 8, 2016 - 10:11am

USA TODAY

Tim Cook gets grief for blurry Super Bowl photo
USA TODAY
A picture is worth a thousand words, or in the case of Apple CEO Tim Cook, a blurry picture. Following the Denver Broncos' win over the Carolina Panthers in Super Bowl 50 Sunday night, Cook tweeted out a photo of golden confetti raining down on the ...
Tim Cook Posts Blurry Super Bowl Pic, Gets TrolledUbergizmo
Tim Cook's tweeted Super Bowl 50 photo attracts hecklersAppAdvice
The Internet is having a field day with Tim Cook's blurry Super Bowl photoBGR
Tech Times -Digital Trends -Yahoo Tech
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Fit Pay launches kickstarter campaign for smartwatch contactless payments - Finextra

February 8, 2016 - 9:28am

Fit Pay launches kickstarter campaign for smartwatch contactless payments
Finextra
Fit Pay, Inc. today launched a Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign to support the final production and market availability of a payment smartstrap the company has developed for the Pebble Time family of smartwatches. The new smartstrap, called Pagaré™, ...

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The Pirate Bay gets into the streaming game - PCWorld

February 8, 2016 - 9:19am

Mirror.co.uk

The Pirate Bay gets into the streaming game
PCWorld
There's a new, free streaming service offering limitless television shows and the latest movies, but it just might put you in the sights of the entertainment industry. Infamous pirate download site, The Pirate Bay, recently rolled out a streaming ...
The Pirate Bay begins testing browser streamingEngadget
The Pirate Bay now lets you stream torrents from your browserThe Verge
Top BitTorrent sites adopt streaming, Hollywood should get heebeegeebeesGeekWire
Digital Trends -Tech Times -Gizmodo
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OnePlus 2 price cut, now down to $349 - PhoneDog

February 8, 2016 - 9:06am

PhoneDog

OnePlus 2 price cut, now down to $349
PhoneDog
The OnePlus 2 is now $349, a full $40 off its previous price. That price cut applies outside of the US, too, so folks in the UK can get one for £249 and OnePlus 2 buyers in other European countries will pay €345. The good news is that OnePlus is ...
OnePlus 2 Price Gets A Permanent CutUbergizmo
The OnePlus 2 now costs $349Engadget
OnePlus 2's New $349 Price Makes it the Ultimate Budget Device with Cutting-Edge FeaturesTech News Today
Android Police -9 to 5 Google -Phandroid.com
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Unravel Review - A Shooting Star of Yarn (PS4) - PlayStation LifeStyle

February 8, 2016 - 8:02am

PlayStation LifeStyle

Unravel Review - A Shooting Star of Yarn (PS4)
PlayStation LifeStyle
In an age of increasingly violent games filled with enemies to shoot, slice up, or otherwise destroy, EA made the anomalous decision to back Coldwood Interactive's categorically violence free Unravel. Nestled in the middle of their 2015 press ...
Unravel reviewPolygon
Unravel: The Kotaku ReviewKotaku
Unravel is cute and touching — and it'll drive you mad, tooVentureBeat
Hardcore Gamer
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India Blocks Facebook's Free Basics, Other Zero-Rated Mobile Services Over Net Neutrality - TechCrunch

February 8, 2016 - 5:55am

TechCrunch

India Blocks Facebook's Free Basics, Other Zero-Rated Mobile Services Over Net Neutrality
TechCrunch
Facebook's Free Basics — the company's zero-rated mobile service — has been under fire in India over net neutrality violations for months, and now the country's regulator has weighed in hard on the issue: FreeBasics and services like it have been ...
India's Telecom Regulator Bans Facebook's Controversial Free BasicsForbes
Facebook's Free Basics Service Just Became Illegal In IndiaFortune
India bans Facebook's Free Basics: Law targets 'discriminatory tariffs' and supports net neutralityVentureBeat
The Verge -Bloomberg -KSPR
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