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Gene expression imaging could lead to new treatments for brain disorders

Gene expression imaging could lead to new treatments for brain disorders

The image you see here represents a first for scientists and researchers and could usher in a new era for treating some brain disorders. The image is the first time that the visualization of epigenetic activity has been performed in a living human brain. The researchers behind the technology hope that it may one day help to figure out the role epigenetics plays in certain brain disorders.

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HP Elite X3 smartphone orders available directly from HP

HP Elite X3 smartphone orders available directly from HP

Almost exactly a month ago we knew that HP was getting set to officially launch the Windows 10 flagship smartphone called the Elite X3 because it finally began talking about the smartphone officially. Last week pre-orders kicked off for the device via Microsoft's online store in the UK. This week pre-orders are underway for the Elite X3 directly from HP. HP is promising that the device will land at your door within 5-10 business days.

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Galaxy Note 7 with 128GB of storage talked about for the first time

Galaxy Note 7 with 128GB of storage talked about for the first time

The Galaxy Note 7 launched not long ago and the massive phablet has appealed to buyers thanks to its big screen with curved edges and overall performance. Rumors have been flying for a while now that Samsung is working on another version of the Note 7 that will pack 128GB of internal storage and 6GB of RAM. The rub with this rumor is that the hopped up Note 7 has been tipped to be for China only.

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Pokemon Uranium is a fan-made game that looks official

Pokemon Uranium is a fan-made game that looks official

There have been hoards of Pokemon games made over the years and some of them are very hard to find today if you want to play them. Some fans got together several years back and decided to make their own Pokemon game and dubbed it Pokemon Uranium. To say the project was ambitious would be an understatement.

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Legendary and Microsoft HoloLens team to bring game characters to life

Legendary and Microsoft HoloLens team to bring game characters to life

If you have ever played your favorite video game and wondered what it might be like to meet your favorite characters in the real world, Legendary and Microsoft HoloLens have teamed up to give you that ability. Legendary is a company that is big in the technology side of the movie industry and has teamed up with HoloLens to create augmented reality version of game characters that fans can interact with.

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Seagate 60TB SAS SSD packs lots of fast storage in a 3.5-inch form

Seagate 60TB SAS SSD packs lots of fast storage in a 3.5-inch form

Seagate has announced a new massive capacity SSD that is aimed at the enterprise environment. The drive is a 60TB SAS SSD and Seagate says that the new storage device has twice the density and four times the capacity of the next highest capacity offering available today. The 60TB storage drive has enough space for 12,000 DVD movies or 400 million photos.

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NASA NextSTEP partners show off ground prototypes for space habitats

NASA NextSTEP partners show off ground prototypes for space habitats

The ISS is the only place of the face of the Earth where humans routinely spend extended periods in space. NASA is working with partners in its NextSTEP program to developed deep space habitats that will be used in future space research and exploration. Those partners have all now unveiled their ground prototypes for these modules.

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Meizu M3E is the first device in the new E series

Meizu M3E is the first device in the new E series

Meizu has taken to its official twitter account to spill the beans on a new device that will slot into the E range of devices that were just announced. The new smartphone is called the Meizu M3E and it packs a large 3100 mAh internal battery. The smartphone has 32GB of internal storage, which isn't much so we are hoping that it has a memory card slot for expansion.

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HTC Google Nexus “Sailfish” smartphone lands on AnTuTu

HTC Google Nexus “Sailfish” smartphone lands on AnTuTu

We have heard some grumblings in the past about the coming HTC Nexus smartphones that will launch this year. Word is that HTC will launch some new Nexus devices in October, specifically on the fourth of the month. With that rumor fresh, some new details on the Sailfish device have surfaced. These details include some specifications that have turned up in AnTuTu benchmarks.

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Google Maps update brings ride service options and offline features

Google Maps update brings ride service options and offline features

Google Maps has received some cool new updates that will make it easier to get around town when traveling or at home. One of the new features is designed to make it easier for you to get along with Google Maps even if you are in an area where service is spotty. The new feature adds a WiFi-only mode to Google Maps allowing it to be used entirely offline for Android devices.

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Striker VR Arena Infinity haptic VR gun prototype shows off

Striker VR Arena Infinity haptic VR gun prototype shows off

When we think of virtual reality today, we mostly think of VR headsets that are designed to hold your smartphone and meant to be worn at home when you play games or watch videos. There are several firms that see VR as a new way to entertain people out of the home as well. Striker VR is one of the firms that are working on these out of home VR experiences and the company is showing off a working prototype of the Arena Infinity haptic VR gun.

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Amiga software library plays right in your browser

Amiga software library plays right in your browser

If you were around back in the '80s and '90s and were old enough to play any of the games of the time, you will probably remember the Amiga computer system that was around. I remember those things being very expensive at the time and I can recall wanting one very badly. I never got one and played Nintendo or Sega mostly during that time. The thing I remember most about the Amiga is all the awesome games with the great graphics for the time.

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