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Convertible notebooks are a dime a dozen these days, so it takes a lot to stand out from the crowd. Toshiba has just poked its head through the fog with the Satellite Radius 12, which is the company’s stunning hardware showcase for Microsoft’s... Read more...
If you're an old school gamer, then you probably remember Razer's original Diamondback mouse. Released in late 2004 at the World Cyber Games, it was one of Razer's earliest products, with only the Boomslang (multiple versions) and Viper predating... Read more...
It’s almost time to close out another week, but not before serving up the latest batch of HOT deals, direct from our friends at TechBargains. On the menu for you all this pre-holiday Friday, we have... Read more...
Do you want to know why Facebook will avoid the same fate as MySpace? It's because Mark Zuckerberg and company have an uncanny ability to recognize big things in the making. This is underscored today by WhatsApp CEO and co-founder Jan Koum... Read more...
Intel is investing $50 million and "significant engineering resources" into quantum computing. It's part of a decade-long collaborative effort with QuTech, a quantum research institute belonging to Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) in the... Read more...
It was just last month that we raved about the Asus ROG G751, which hammered our gaming benchmarks. Now, Asus is taking the wraps off its latest gaming laptop series, the ROG G752. Sporting Skylake... Read more...
The Nexus 6 launched nearly a year ago with a price tag of $649. At the time, it was a pretty fair price given the high-end specs that the device shipped with: Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 processor, 3GB RAM, 5.96-inch QHD display, and up to 64GB of... Read more...
Apple fans may find themselves overwhelmed with new product offerings this fall. Rumor has it Apple is getting ready to release a new smartphone (iPhone 6S) with Force Touch, new iPad models (including the iPad Pro for business users), possibly an... Read more...
We learned just a couple of weeks ago of an interim patch that would be hitting Batman: Arkham Knight, and lo and behold, it's arrived. The biggest focus of this patch is performance, remedying issues that have persisted since launch. These... Read more...
Spotify ruffled more than a few feathers when it added verbiage to its privacy policy in August that, at a cursory glance, seemed potentially nefarious. That wasn't Spotify's intent, but to quell the Internet community at large, Spotify has gone... Read more...
It's no secret that Google's Chrome browser loves to hog RAM. In fact, it sometimes seems like it wouldn't matter how much RAM is tossed at the browser - it's going to find a way to eat it up. Months ago, I had such bad experiences with this that... Read more...
It seems like eons ago, but in early June, ASUS first announced its second generation Android Wear smartwatch, the ZenWatch 2. The ZenWatch 2 doesn’t stray to far away from the original when it comes to styling, but it does offer quite a few more... Read more...
If there's one thing I love, it's beer and graphics. Alright - that might be two things, but when I have beer on the mind, it tends to override other less important brain processes. I imagine it's quite hard, too, for Jason Cohen, CEO of Analytical... Read more...
When T-Mobile CEO John Legere isn’t unloading profanity-laced tirades or needling the competition at every turn, his company actually more often than not actually introduces compelling promotions for... Read more...
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