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The Atari founder's Alexa-powered board game is out now

The game randomises the killer's identity and the victim every playthrough to keep things fresh. As the hard-boiled detective that solves the mystery, you have to visit different places (including dirty bars, of course) in the game to talk to characters. Not everyone will tell the truth, of course, so you have to find inconsistencies in their statement and the …

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My browser, spy: How add-ons slipped stories from 4M users

Aurich Lawson / Getty When we use browsers to make medical meetings, share returns with auditors or access corporate intranets, we usually rely on the pages we access will remain private. DataSpii, a recently documented privacy issue where millions of people's surfing history has been collected and exposed, shows how much we reveal when it is assumed to have its …

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Reviewing Apple's new 13-inch MacBook Pro

Oh, is that all? Amazon will change its rules for third-party sellers following backlash Merchants have reported restrictions on where they can sell, being kicked off the site for obvious reasons and issues with counterfeiting . But Germany has forced Amazon to change its attitude, and the retailer will now be overhauling its terms of service for third-party sellers worldwide. …

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Samsung begins mass production of industry's first 12 GB LPDDR5 Mobile DRAM for Premium Smartphones – Samsung Global Newsroom

Based on the latest mobile DRAM standard, the new Samsung 12Gb LPDDR5 maximizes the potential for 5G and AI functions in future flagships Samsung Electronics, the world leader in advanced memory technology, today announced that it has begun to mass-produce the industry's first 12 gigabit (Gb) LPDDR5 mobile DRAM, which has been optimized to enable 5G and AI- features in …

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Wacom Cintiq 22: a larger, budget pen comes from Wacom – News

Greater than Cintiq 16 and cheaper than Cintiq Pro, Cintiq 22 Wacom's new tablet is intended to be best for beginners. The year began with Wacom releasing a cheaper Cintiq alternative with the launch of Cintiq 16, now followed by another budget offer in the form of Wacom Cintiq 22. Note the lack of a Pro in both of these …

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NZXT's new pre-built computers are smart, with a friendly price

NZXT extends its range of pre-built computers. The company's BLD website, which has the ability to customize a computer that NZXT will mount, offers systems that call Starter PC, Starter PC Plus and Streamer PC. And as usual for NZXT, you get their smart style without having to pay a huge premium over mounting everything yourself. NZXT Starter PC is …

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