Apple reportedly buys an AI-based face recognition startup Those rumors of Apple exploring facial recognition for sign-ins might just have some merit. Calcalist reports that Apple has acquired RealFace, an Israeli startup that developed deep learning-based face authentication technology. The terms of the dea…

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Spin Master's BB-8 is still cute and you can get one this year The cute spherical BB-8 was one of the many highlights of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, and Spin Master’s near life-size replica of him was one of our favorite things about last year’s Toy Fair. Unfortunately, 2016 came and went without seeing […]

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FBI has three probes looking into Russia's election hacking It’s no secret that the FBI has been investigating Russia’s alleged bid to influence US elections through hacking, but it’s now clear just how deep that investigation goes. Reuters tipsters understand that there are “at least” three FBI probes into t…

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JJ Abrams and Stephen King are creating another Hulu series The first collaboration between JJ Abrams and Stephen King on an original Hulu series (11.22.63) clearly went well, as the two are coming back for another round. Abrams’ Bad Robot studio has teased Castle Rock, another Hulu show based on King’s writ…

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The RetroBlox Console Offers Tons Of Options For Retro Gaming Enthusiasts The RetroBlox is an upcoming modular “virtual console” that looks to be a literal game-changer for those interested in retro gaming. The upcoming third-party retro gaming console is promising some big things going forward, but will it be able to deliver on all of its […]

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Q&A With Daniel Charbit Of Dell Shiny Tech, Alienware And The Future Of VR Who are you, and what do you do? I’m Daniel Charbit, UK consumer brand & category merchandising manager at Dell By the time this Q&A gets published you’ll be on the floor of PC Gamer Weekender! Feeling excited? Will you be very […]

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D-Link AC3150 DIR-885L/R Router Review – Is It A Pyramid? Routers are odd little creatures, aren’t they? They sit on shelves or behind computers or sometimes on the floor, constantly working to provide us with the stable wireless connection that our fast-paced, always connected lifestyle demands. They are so very easy to forget about, especially […]

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Santorini Review – The Game of Gods There is a type beauty to be found in so many of the huge, sprawling boardgames on the market, a type of beauty that exists within the majesty of chaos. Right now I’m playing The Colonists, a massive game that can take anywhere up to eight hours to […]

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(Single-Player)Arkham Horror: The Card Game Review – Collectible Lovecraft One of the earliest board games I reviewed when I started getting into the hobby was Arkham Horror, a gigantic, fiddly game of Lovecraftian horror and table devouring. I loved it then, and while I’d probably pick it apart much more now due to having a […]

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Sniper Elite 4 Review – Say Goodbye To Your Testicles Sniper Elite III was a wonderfully pleasant surprise for me. Having never played the prior two games I leapt into the series and was soon shooting Nazis in the testicles with terrifying accuracy. It was rough around the edges, yet somehow incredibly good fun. I’ve […]

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