The automotive landscape is changing, and autonomous cars mean the next generation of “driver” might only ever be a passenger, but Toyota is still trying to develop a new breed of motoring enthusiast with the Camatte Petta.
Another day, another round of high-profile hacks that expose the data people have entrusted to the cloud. That’s the reality we’re starting to see, and individuals and corporations are beginning to take the steps needed to keep their data safe.
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The professionals tasked with cloud data security are in high demand, but the training required to pass the necessary certification exams is usually quite expensive. You need a course that you can fit into your schedule, and you need a course that won’t break the bank.
The XPS 13 is a premium laptop offered by Dell, and it is a superb match for students. Sporting the latest generation of Intel processors, even in the base model configuration, the slim and powerful notebook will be more than a match for both studies and downtime.
Bottom line: Great overall product with enough punch for demanding tasks.
One more thing: It has a backlit keyboard for those late-evening sessions.
Welcome to another installment of Steam Spotlight, our weekly look at interesting Steam games for your Windows PC.
Twin-stick shooters are a dime a dozen nowadays, especially the kind that takes place in an enclosed arena. Spacecats with Lasers dares to be different by featuring a cat who flies around in space battling evil rats. For three bucks, it’s a silly good time.
Carl Sagan is best known as a science popularizer, but he was also a renowned pioneer in the early US space program, a planetary scientist, astrobiologist, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, and social activist. Now a major archive of his work preserved by his assistant Shirley Arden is going on sale via Boston-based R R Auction, providing new insights into the life and works of this remarkable man.
SpaceX managed another line in the history book today as a refurbished Dragon cargo ship set off to revisit the International Space Station (ISS). Part of the Commercial Resupply Services mission (CRS-11), the Dragon lifted off atop a Falcon 9 booster at 5:07 pm EDT (21:07 GMT) from Launch Complex 39A (LC-39A) at NASA’s Kennedy Space Center, Florida. This marks the first time that the same unmanned spacecraft has returned to the station.
I’ve been using the Surface Pro 4 with a Core m3 and 4GB of RAM for a year. Here is who should buy that version for Surface Pro in 2017.
When it comes to buying a PC, things are never really that easy when given too many choices. And yet, consumers yearn for various price points to fit their budget and needs. The Microsoft Surface Pro is no different with six different configurations ranging from $799 to $2,699.
That $799 version is the Intel Core m3 version with just 4GB of RAM. It’s the only model to ship with that processor and lets Microsoft claim a “starting at” price that is quite affordable (despite needing another $150 for a Type Cover).
So, is it worth it? I hear a lot that 4GB of RAM is not enough, and while a fanless Core m3 sounds good, it will struggle. I disagree with some of that so here is some perspective from someone who uses one on a regular basis.
Every weekend, Windows Central livestreams an Xbox One or Steam game for 1-2 hours and gives out free games to the cool people who join us during the stream.
It’s like a live podcast, only you also get to watch a game while chatting with our awesome readers and viewers! We call this show Saturday Game School, because learning about new games is always fun.
Tonight at 9 PM Eastern (8 PM CT, 6 PM PT, 1 AM GMT) on Mixer, we’ll be playing Neon Chrome, the cyberpunk twin-stick shooter from 10tons. We’re also giving out more than 15 codes for Xbox One, PlayStation 4, and Steam! Read on for quick impressions and contest details.