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US Poised to Take Back Top Supercomputer Ranking From China

On Friday, the US government unveiled Summit, a new supercomputer 60 percent faster than China's top ranked machine. 'President Trump is determined to make America first in supercomputing,' says Energy Secretary Rick Perry.

Get Married on a Self-Driving Shuttle in Las Vegas

Forget the drive-thru wedding chapel. AAA is seeking a couple willing to exchange vows on Saturday, June 30 while riding around downtown Las Vegas on its free autonomous shuttle.

VR Helps Manage Pain in French ER

Rather than using drugs to help manage pain for minor (yet painful) procedures such as stitches, burn treatments, or having a catheter inserted, patients can lose themselves in a virtual reality Zen garden among other things.

Yahoo Messenger to Be Discontinued July 17

The announcement comes just six months after Yahoo and AOL parent company Oath discontinued AIM. If you're interested in downloading your Yahoo Messenger chat history, be sure to do that soon.

Just Cause 4 Leaks in Steam Ad

Clearly Square Enix was planning a big reveal and pre-purchase campaign for the game kicking off at E3 next week, but someone at Steam jumped the gun and posted a few days early.

Join 'Skip Ahead' for Xbox One Features Months in Advance

Microsoft wants Xbox One owners playing with very early builds and even unannounced features as part of a new Alpha - Skip Ahead ring of the Xbox Insider Program. Just expect quite a few bugs!

Wireless Power Is Coming

Companies like Energous and Ossia are developing 'true' wireless charging that works over the air so you can power up at a distance. But don't throw away your charging cable just yet.

Sprint To Offer $15 Per Month 'Unlimited' Plan For New Customers

The promotion will only be available for a certain number of weeks. It includes unlimited data, talk and text. And Sprint is promising no future price hike for people who sign up. The deal goes live on June 8th.

Google's AI Policy: We're Ditching Project Maven, But Not the Feds

Google unveiled a new artificial intelligence ethics policy after abandoning its involvement in a Pentagon project to use AI for analyzing drone footage. But it will 'continue our work with governments and the military,' CEO Sundar Pichai says.

Facebook Bug Changes Privacy Settings of 14M Users

The bug was live between May 18 and May 27. During that time, some 14 million people made public posts on the social network, many of them likely believing they were sharing with just friends. Facebook is currently notifying affected individuals.

SimpliSafe Now Plays Nice With Apple Watch

Thanks to this new integration, you can arm or disarm your SimpliSafe system wherever you are by tapping the Apple Watch app, and get activity notifications and alarm alerts on the wearable. Just download the SimpliSafe Home Security app and install it on your Apple Watch.

US to Lift Sanctions Against ZTE (After it Pays $1.4B)

ZTE will pay the US government a $1.4 billion penalty and replace the company's leadership with a new team, but the deal has angered some US lawmakers.

Target Eyes Teens With 'Heyday' Electronics Brand

The brand will offer more than 150 fashion-forward tech accessories, everything from Bluetooth speakers and headphones to phone cases, smartwatch bands, and charging cables.

Ubisoft CEO Predicts End of Games Consoles

Yves Guillemot believes we'll get one more generation of gaming hardware then everyone will stream instead.
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