The new Razer Blade has a bigger screen, smaller bezels, and Nvidia Max-Q GPUs

  1. The new Razer Blade has a bigger screen, smaller bezels, and Nvidia Max-Q GPUs  The Verge
  2. Razer’s revamped Blade gaming laptop is an upgrade in every way  Engadget
  3. Hands-on: Razer’s redesigned Blade is the most powerful 15-inch laptop in town  PCWorld
  4. Razer debuts smallest 15.6-inch gaming laptop and Core X graphics  VentureBeat
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#DeleteFacebook probably had a much smaller impact than you hoped for

  1. #DeleteFacebook probably had a much smaller impact than you hoped for  TrustedReviews
  2. How to protect your Facebook data [UPDATED]  Naked Security
  3. Facebook comes under attack for tracking internet users who don’t have a Facebook account  Phone Arena
  4. I Can’t Jump Ship From Facebook Yet  New York Times
  5. AI Weekly: Facebook fiasco proves we need a better approach to personal data  VentureBeat
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March for Science draws smaller crowds than last year, but attendees are still passionate

  1. March for Science draws smaller crowds than last year, but attendees are still passionate  CNN
  2. March for Science 2018: Passionate advocates push the cause for research across the globe  USA TODAY
  3. New Delhi, Berlin, London: Updates from the 2018 March for Science  Science Magazine
  4. Science | Inhabitat – Green Design, Innovation, Architecture, Green Building  Inhabitat
  5. What to expect from this Saturday’s March for Science  New Scientist
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Cat-like 'hearing' with device tens of trillions times smaller than human eardrum

Researchers are developing atomically thin ‘drumheads’– tens of trillions of times thinner than the human eardrum — able to receive and transmit signals across a radio frequency range far greater than what we can hear with the human ear. Their work will likely contribute to making the next generation of ultralow-power communications and sensory devices smaller and with greater detection and tuning ranges.
Source: Science Daily