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Microsoft's new Surface Book i7 offers beefier hardware, 16-hour battery

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Microsoft has announced a new addition to its Surface Book family at its Windows 10 Event in New York City, the Surface Book i7. As the name suggests the device will pack an Intel Core i7 processor as well as an Nvidia GeForce GTX 965M GPU for double the graphics performance, 8GB or 16GB RAM, and a larger battery for up to 16 hours of battery life in laptop mode.
In terms of design the Surface Book i7 is virtually identical to its predecessor — which isn’t necessarily a bad thing, we just weren’t big fansof the hinge. On the inside Microsoft has designed a new thermal system with a second fan. The laptop itself still sports the 2-in-1 design with a detachable 13.5-inch PixelSense touchscreen, full keyboard, and Surface Pen.
The Surface Book i7 will be available with 256GB, 512GB, and 1TB configurations for $2,399, $2,799, and $3,299, respectively. You can preorder the 2-in-1, laptop-first hybrid today from, with shipments and retail availability kicking o…

Features of dark web and how to access it

You may have heard about this mysterious place on the Internet called the ‘Deep Web’. Interest in the deep web and dark web has been on the rise following a few high profile data leaks, a growing interest in online privacy, references in mainstream media, or the widely publicized FBI investigation into online marketplace Silk Roadthat exposed the extent of online drug trafficking.
But what is exactly the deep web? Well it’s not actually a 'place' but rather anywhere other than the visible web that is crawled, indexed and accessed through links fetched by search engines like Google. The deep web is actually several times bigger than the indexed web, and it encompasses a lot more than the illegal or otherwise questionable activities that it is often associated with -- though there's certainly a lot of that going on, too. Let's start by clearing up some of the confusion among the different terms that tend to be thrown around while discussing the Internet's underground.