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The 5 best Amazon deals you can get this Sunday

From mattresses to pizza cutter wheels, these Amazon deals are the best of the best this Sunday.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


The *Jeopardy!* Master is Making a Better Trivia Game

Ken Jennings is teaming up with the creator of *Magic* to launch *Half-Truth*, a game that will “make you feel smart when you play.”

Via:: Wired News


While You Were Offline: Who Wants to See Sean Spicer’s Samba?

Not us, and not Tom Bergeron!

Via:: Wired News


Razer Blade Pro 17 Review: The Best Large Gaming Laptop

Razer’s latest 17-inch laptop offers desktop-grade gaming performance in a weighty but portable package.

Via:: Wired News


Bugatti’s Centodieci, VW’s Electric Dune Buggy, and More Cars News

Plus, an inside look at Netflix’s crazy new car show and Ford’s plan to gather data from college scooter riders.

Via:: Wired News


A Single Math Model Explains Many Mysteries of Vision

The first anatomically correct model of the visual cortex seeks to capture how the brain sees the world.

Via:: Wired News


Robots are the only servers at this restaurant

A restaurant in India debuts their robot staff, but will the food come any quicker?

Via:: USA Today Tech News


The 5 best Amazon deals you can get this weekend

Make the most of your extra time this weekend to get deals on Native deodorant, the Fire TV Recast, and more.

Via:: USA Today Tech News


Space Photos of the Week: Hubbub Over Hubble

You can’t beat space telescopes for an unencumbered view of the cosmos.

Via:: Wired News


Alleged ‘Snake Oil’ Crypto Firm Sues Over Boos at Black Hat

The paper being presented suggested that the two researchers had a method to quickly find large semiprime numbers and essentially break RSA-2048 and any other semiprime-based encryption.

Via:: Wired News

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