Hey, remember US Congressman Jason Chaffetz, the guy who said poor people should stop buying so many dang iPhones if they want healthcare? Well, the dingus has done it again: During a congressional hearing about the US government's use of use of facial recognition technology on Wednesday, Chaffetz suggested using that same technology to track undocumented immigrants.
PCs come in all shapes and sizes: there's the bog standard beige tower, a unit that fits inside the palm of your hand, a rig that looks just like a console, and then mecha-inspired creations like the one above.
Building a PC doesn't have to be daunting, though. And while there are tons of reasons to build a PC, ranging from better graphics to cheaper games to greater versatility, there's also some things you should know before you start.
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When you strap on all of the gear required for a modern, immersive, virtual reality experience, you're all but completely blind to the real world. But interacting with real world objects can often enhance a virtual experience, so Disney's researchers came up with a way to let users catch a real ball without leaving a VR world.
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Video: Pretty much everything that's great about technology today is thanks to the microprocessor. Billions of them are manufactured every year and they are one of the many reasons you can read this fine website. But few people understand what's going on inside that little integrated circuit. Here's a crash course.
Upgrading your processor to use a new operating system? Sure, it can happen. But when's the last time you had to upgrade your OS to, er, use your OS, because of your processor? Yep, that's a new one, with Microsoft taking the first step towards discouraging the use of AMD and Intel's latest hardware on the company's older platforms of Windows 7 and 8.1.