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0 - 200 GB
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1200 - 1500 GB
12%
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> 2000 GB
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Comic for December 15, 2018

Dilbert - December 16, 2018 - 12:59am
Categories: Geek

Amazon's creepy facial recog doorbell, Facebook open sources machine learning code and much more

The Register - 28 min 21 sec ago
Plus: Listen to some new classical piano generated by an algorithm

Roundup welcome to the last AI round up of the year; thank you for reading.…

Ninja Hot and Cold Brewed System review: Ninja's super versatile coffee maker tackles all your cafe needs - CNET

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2019 Lexus LX 570 review: Age without wisdom - Roadshow

cNET.com - Reviews - 29 min 9 sec ago
The LX is big, plush and pretty darn capable. But against a growing crop of newer, full-size luxury SUVs, it's really showing its age.

KeyForge: The red-hot card game where every deck is unique—and unchangeable

Ars Technica - 1 hour 13 min ago

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As a concept, KeyForge is enthralling. The game is the latest effort from legendary Magic: The Gathering designer Richard Garfield—and the big idea here is that every sealed deck is unique. Decks are pre-constructed and can’t be altered; there’s no card chasing, and there’s certainly no over-arching “meta” game that must be respected. This is a head-to-head two-player battler like no other.

The “unique” gimmick is great. The initial card pool numbers 370, and each 37-card deck you snag off the shelf consists of a completely one-of-a-kind mixture. This is accomplished via cryptic algorithms that govern deck construction. These 37 cards become your deck, your personalized slice of KeyForge that no one can take away. The bizarre naming conventions of each set only further the mystique and foster an emotional attachment to your cards.

Keys and vaults

Yes, there is a setting for KeyForge, but it’s almost irrelevant. Your deck represents the followers and the abilities of an Archon, an all-powerful being. These Archons live and die in the artificial world of the Crucible. This maelstrom is a ravaged place where champions scavenge keys in hope of unlocking hallowed vaults. So we battle as we always do.

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Slashdot - 1 hour 14 min ago
Categories: Geek, Opinion

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