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Friday, April 29, 2016
Apple News:CEO tests “crazy” genetic therapy on herself, claims it added 20 years of life | Ars Technica

CEO tests “crazy” genetic therapy on herself, claims it added 20 years of life | Ars TechnicaElizabeth Parrish, CEO of the biotech company BioViva, claims that her body's cells are 20 years younger after testing her company’s age-reversing gene therapy on herself.
This is probably how I'd do it as well. It's unfortunate that there some kind of implied safety in clinical trials, which have produced many of the great killer drugs of this century. And by killer, I mean literally, not figuratively.

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Thursday, April 28, 2016
Apple News:When Wi-Fi is out, use Ethernet to get online with your iPad | Cult of Mac

When Wi-Fi is out, use Ethernet to get online with your iPad | Cult of MacNow, power on your hub and connect the USB A to B cable that comes with it (looks like a printer USB cable) into the rear of the hub. Connect the regular USB end to the USB input on your Lightning to USB 3 Camera adapter, then plug the Lightning end into your iPad.
It's masochistic, like Plug-n-Play.

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Apple News:King under the mountain: Building Colorado’s Cold War command center | Ars Technica

King under the mountain: Building Colorado’s Cold War command center | Ars TechnicaThe US military commissioned a bunker to be built in Cheyenne Mountain outside of Colorado Springs at the height of the Cold War in 1961. The bunker captured the public’s imagination and inspiring the 1983 movie WarGames.
Matthew Broderick's iconic role fondly remembered.

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Wednesday, April 27, 2016
Apple News:How To Improve Performance Of Games On Retina Macs | Redmond Pie

How To Improve Performance Of Games On Retina Macs | Redmond Pie: "Retina Macs feature displays that have resolution of at least 2880 x 1440 or higher, depending on the type of MacBook or iMac you have. While this means great display quality, it is no secret that this mammoth of a resolution drives down gaming performance."
Preference pane: Displays.

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Apple News:AMD’s Polaris will be a mainstream GPU, not high-end | Ars Technica

AMD’s Polaris will be a mainstream GPU, not high-end | Ars Technica: AMD’s Polaris will be a mainstream GPU, not high-end

AMD's upcoming Polaris 10 and Polaris 11 graphics chips won't be powering high-end graphics cards, according to recent comments by AMD. In its latest financial report, the company noted that Polaris 11 would target 'the notebook market,' while Polaris 10 would target 'the mainstream desktop and high-end gaming notebook segment.'
AMD-ATI keeps Nvidia hopping.

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Tuesday, April 26, 2016
Apple News:Google mimics Apple Watch with conveniently swappable 'Mode' Android Wear bands

Google mimics Apple Watch with conveniently swappable 'Mode' Android Wear bands The new "Mode" snap-and-swap watch bands for Android Wear were designed in partnership with b&nd by Hadley Roma. Like with the Apple Watch, the bands can be removed by pressing a button, then sliding the band out to be replaced.
Love that GIF action.

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Monday, April 25, 2016
Apple News:It looks like the Play Store is headed to Chrome OS with “millions” of apps | Ars Technica

It looks like the Play Store is headed to Chrome OS with “millions” of apps | Ars Technica
Google first brought the ability to run Android apps on Chrome OS with a project called the "App Runtime for Chrome (ARC)." Google built an Android runtime on Chrome OS and partnered with select developers to port a handful of Android apps. Now it sounds like Google is ready to unleash millions of Android apps onto the platform by bringing the entire Play Store to Chrome OS.
My, oh, my! Take that Redmond!

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