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Episode 1 of Doom, Knee-Deep in the Dead, will be provided in a free software update for owners of the Husqvarna Automower. However, an update in September will remove the game eventually.
eBay user finds and sells a "holy grail" for OS/2 collectors: a real prerelease Software Development Kit for OS/2, which Microsoft and IBM developed.
Researchers at the University of California, Riverside have published a paper that sees SHMT quadruple efficiency.
With MSI and Asus making motherboards with reversed connectors, it is expected to be accompanied by compatible PC cases. Corsair introduced two such cases for mATX and ATX form factors.
The U.S. government plans to provide an update on CHIPS Act implementation on February 26.
Nvidia will add two more AI GPUs to its lineup of cards that comply with U.S. sanctions on China.
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