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ExtremeTech

A deep dive into the latest and most important tech news.

ExtremeTech is a website that writes about and analyzes important software, hardware and gadgets, and emergent science/technology.


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About 8 weeks ago $150 gamechanging graphics card
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About 9 weeks ago But is it good news or bad news? 
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About 11 weeks ago Cold. Fusion. 
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About 12 weeks ago Since 1981, the gaming industry has been actively trying to solve the problem of digital distribution. Custom cable services, direct connections over phone lines, and screwball modem accessories are all artifacts from the 1980s and 1990s. It was very much the wild west in terms of networking, and we owe much of our enjoyment to the toil these companies went through to deliver games over the wires. To pay homage, let’s take a look back to see just how downloadable content and digital distribution came to be...
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About 13 weeks ago Linksys has replaced its classic WRT54G with... a $300 router?
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About 10 weeks ago Vehicle-to-vehicle communications moved one step closer to reality this week with the Obama administration’s plans to push the technology forward. 
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About 5 weeks ago In normal materials, controlling a magnetic state requires creating a magnetic field, but in a multiferroic material you’ve got another candidate for input — and that can be exploited.