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Windows Hello: This bank wants you to log into your account...

Online banking customers will be able to log on with face or fingerprint using Windows Hello.

Hello Tatooine! An unpowered device can harvest water vapor in a...

Take an unusual material, add sunshine, collect water.

Trump kills Clean Power Plan, orders agencies to ignore climate change

Goodbye pollution regulations, hello pretending climate science doesn’t exist.

Error prone, insecure, inevitable: Say hello to today’s facial recog tech

If you want a picture of the future, imagine a database with every human visage Facial recognition technology represents a valuable, and likely inevitable, method of identification for cops and Feds. Unfortunately, it's largely unregulated, error prone, and insecure.…

With latest update, No Man’s Sky is an amazing photography tool

Capture the beauty of a near-infinite universe with these new tools.

Review: Small, slick design makes Dell XPS 13 2-in-1 the PC...

Dell added Windows Hello, removed the fan, and kept the good stuff the same.

No Man’s Sky creator describes issues with launch, crashes, money

"Labs" unveiled at end of No Man's Sky panel along with acknowledgement of launch woes.

New Lenovo Yoga laptops get 4K displays, Nvidia GTX 1050 GPUs,...

13-inch Yoga 720 aims for portability, and the 15-inch model adds power.

Alienware 13 R3: Powerful and pretty, if you don’t mind junk...

Latest GTX 1060 laptop is more portable than its big ol’ butt might suggest.

Elite: Dangerous pen-and-paper RPG stymied by intellectual property dispute

Complaint alleges infringement on behalf of original Elite co-creator Ian Bell.

Valve says goodbye to Steam Greenlight, hello to “Direct” publishing

Soon, anyone with paperwork and a fee payment will be able to sell on Steam.

Microsoft unveils a bonanza of security capabilities

Companies concerned about cybersecurity have a fleet of new Microsoft tools coming their way.

The company announced a host of new security capabilities Friday morning as part of the run-up to the massive RSA security conference next week in San Francisco.On the Windows front, the company announced that it’s adding the ability to use on-premises Active Directory with Windows Hello, its system for allowing biometric-based logins with Windows 10. Microsoft also launched new tools to help organizations get more use out of mobile device management products by giving them tools to migrate group policy settings to cloud-managed devices.[ Also from InfoWorld: The 10 Windows group policy settings you need to get right. | Survive and thrive with the new OS: The ultimate Windows 10 survivor kit. | Stay up on key Microsoft technologies with the Windows newsletter. ]What’s more, Microsoft has launched a new tool that’s designed to help customers configure the Surface hardware under their administration, doing things like disabling the tablets’ cameras. To read this article in full or to leave a comment, please click here