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Playing games on the PC is making a comeback

With a console, you turn it on, put your game in and you just play.<p>Brian Blau of Gartner

James Martin

Here's how to enable the large icon view on a New Tab page in Chrome for Android

Back in March, Google’s own François Beaufort teased on Google+ that the Chromium team was working on an experimental New Tab page that would render much better looking icons instead of thumbnails of your most visited websites in Chrome. Larger icons, in this instance, are a much cleaner looking …

How scientists uncovered a completely new world inside the tunnels of the most powerful physics machine on Earth

The Large Hadron Collider is back in action at the CERN laboratory after receiving a big upgrade in the time since its last run in 2012. The particle collider is poised to make discoveries that could rewrite the book on particle physics.<p><i>Produced by Alex Kuzoian and Jessica Orwig</i><p><b>Follow BI Video:</b>On …

Dufl, A Service That Packs And Ships Your Suitcase, Is A Traveler’s Dream

The absolute worst part of traveling, whether it’s for business or for pleasure, is packing and unpacking a suitcase. The work it takes to pack a bag is negligible, but having a clean inventory of clothes each time you pack takes far more planning.<p>Dufl, a service that launches today, is looking to …

Minimalism

Mysterious Radio Bursts Are Indeed Coming From A Galaxy Far, Far Away

New research clears the reputation of these distant signals<p>In 2001, the Parkes Radio Telescope picked up an extremely energetic burst of radio waves that lasted a mere five-thousandths of a second. Since then, astronomers have found several more so-called fast radio bursts, or FRBs, and even …

All the Google Easter eggs worth checking out

Tech companies can have fun, too! Google is well-known for its nerdy sense of humor, which includes April Fools' Day pranks (Google Apps for Business Dogs, anyone?) and Easter eggs hidden throughout the company's numerous products.<p>I'm not talking about the Easter eggs you hunt down on Sunday …

MIT researchers claim they have a way to make faster chips

A team of MIT researchers have discovered a possible way to make multicore chips a whole lot faster than they currently are, according to a recently …

Nanotech

The man who brought us the lithium-ion battery at the age of 57 has an idea for a new one at 92

AUSTIN, TEXAS—The chances are you have never heard of—nor, until looking at this page, ever seen—John Bannister Goodenough. But you know his work. In fact, you almost certainly own some.<p>Consider the last six or seven decades of technological and scientific leaps: the polio vaccine, space rocketry, …

Clean Energy

Google Glass just couldn't handle the stress

No piece of consumer technology in recent memory was as divisive, hyped up and emblematic of a spooky dystopian future as Google Glass. The search company's wearable eyeglasses only ever left the secretive research labs of Mountain View, Calif., as a grossly overpriced prototype for early adopters. …

Hackers access records for millions of Anthem customers

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Hackers broke into a health insurance database storing information for about 80 million people in an attack bound to stoke fears …

Apple is driving camera-equipped minivans around California

Apple technology doesn't normally venture on to the open road outside of CarPlay, but the company is clearly ready to hit the street with something new. <i>Claycord</i>, <i>CBS</i> and others have spotted unmarked, Apple-registered minivans driving around California (and possibly New York) sporting an abundance of …

It's official: the FCC will seek to reclassify the internet as a utility

'The internet must be fast, fair, and open.'<p>Today, in a statement given to <i>Wired</i>, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler revealed his plan to reclassify ISPs as common carriers under Title II of the Telecommunications Act. It's a striking victory for net neutrality advocates who have been fighting for years to …