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Apple Discontinues Its Big Beautiful Thunderbolt Display

Apple hasn’t updated its Thunderbolt display in five years, and now it won’t be selling it either.


Android Apps Turn Chromebooks Into Macbook Killers

When Chromebooks launched in the winter of 2011, they seemed destined to fail, much like the underpowered, internet-dependent netbooks that came before them. But in the five years since, Chromebooks have defied expectations, becoming the most used device in US classrooms and even outselling Macs for the first time this year. Still, people complain about their inability to run useful software, but that’s all about to change.


Here's What The AMD Radeon RX 480's Specs Will Look Like

A major retailer has inadvertently leaked a listing of the latest GPU coming out from AMD, with fans saving pictures of the board and its specifications before it was pulled offline.


Samsung Notebook 9 Review: A Brutally Efficient Windows 10 Laptop, With One Fatal Flaw

If Windows 10 is going to win legions of people over as more than the operating system that you have on your work computer, it needs gear like Samsung’s new Notebook 9. It’s not the most-powerful Windows laptop, or the prettiest. It’s just a valiant crack at a no bullshit machine that’s a pleasure to use and doesn’t cost a fortune.


Google's AI Safety Rules Are Way More Boring Than Asimov's 

Good news, everyone: Google is looking out for us! It doesn’t want a cleaning robot to knock over grandma’s vase.


Spoiler Alert: MIT's New AI Can Predict What Will Happen Next In A Video

Do you get squeamish when someone dies on Game of Thrones? Or maybe you’re worried that your favourite character is about to get killed, and you can’t bear to watch. Researchers at MIT have developed an algorithm that can predict what’s going to happen next in a video, giving you an opportunity to look away first.


Meet Razer's New Lighter, Faster, Cheaper Blade Gaming Notebook

Razer’s iconic 14-inch gaming laptop now promises to be faster and more capable than ever before. The new Razer Blade’s specs have been improved across the board from its predecessor, and it is now more affordable starting at $2,999.


New 'KiloCore' Chip Is The World's First With 1000 Processors

In an impressive display of one-upmanship, UC Davis has created a monster of a chip, called “KiloCore”, which houses 1000 independent processors. After a bit of maths, that comes out to a maximum computation rate of 1.78 trillion instructions per second. Woah.


Google Taught An 'Ant' To Play Soccer

DeepMind beat a world champion of Go, so now it wants to try its hand at a much more popular game. Sorta.


Deals: Earn A Living By Beating Hackers At Their Own Game

Want a career that’ll always be in demand? Corporations pay network security professionals extremely well to protect their systems, clients, and profits from the threat of cybercriminals. Now anyone can learn these skills with the Pay What You Want: White Hat Hacker Bundle, available to Gizmodo Australia readers at a fraction of the retail price.


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