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be quiet! says it's committed to building silent products, including the company's top PSU line, the Dark Power Pro 11. In this review, we will put the 1200 W Dark Power Pro 11 model to the test, which promises good performance and silent operation.
In an official statement to Tom’s Hardware, AMD clarified the details of its restructuring goals, which included the development of several new key positions and teams, a new focus on enterprise and a 5 percent reduction to the company's workforce.
Routers get all attention when it comes to Wi-Fi networking, but picking the right adapter is just as important. Today we test four 802.11ac USB adapters.
Micron gains NVMe and SATA NAND flash processors with advanced LDPC for TLC with the Tidal System Acquisition.
We were able to chat with AMD's head of VR marketing at an event at the Canadian Film Centre, where AMD was demoing the latest in VR tech.
EK Water Blocks revealed a new pump design based on the tried and true Laing DDC internal components. The new pump enclosure features increased hydraulic performance and is designed to act as a heatsink for the internals.
Motorola announced which phones will get the latest version of Android 6 (Marshmallow).
Maximas announced another round of crowdfunding for its Xtron USB Type-C power bank on Indiegogo and is offering the massive 13400 mAh battery-charging device for a limited-time price of $69.
After eight years under Intel, Havok has a new owner in the form of Microsoft. The Windows company wants to use Havok not just for games, but for some of its other programs as well.
Skreens lets you consume all of your entertainment and media devices through one display, all at the same time. You can watch TV while you play a game, watch multiple football games on a Sunday afternoon, or use two consoles at once for multiplayer games.
An Experian data breach exposed the personal information of 15 million T-Mobile customers who signed up with the carrier between September 1, 2013 and September 16, 2015.
AMD's FreeSync technology is gaining momentum, but is the buzz warranted? We did our own research, worked with Acer and spoke with AMD to find out.
We are fresh out of the Micron earnings call and have some flash news to report.
In addition to Dell's new Precision workstations, the company also announced three new displays capable of supporting 99.5-100 percent Adobe RGB.
Thermaltake has revealed its latest computer chassis, and it's quite different from anything the company has ever put out. The Core P5 lets you hang your computer on the wall and display it like a piece of art.
EVGA's GTX 980 Ti K|NGP|N is designed for extreme overclocking, and EK Water Block wants you to ditch the copper heatsink for a copper water block.
Qubes OS 3.0 was released with Hypervisor Abstraction Layer, Xen 4.4 support and Whonix integration.
Zimperium, the same security company that discovered the original Stagefright vulnerabilities this year, uncovered new vulnerabilities in the libstagefright and libutils libraries, allowing for remote code execution.
Orbbec revealed two new products: Percee, a 3D camera with an integrated ARM based computer and Astra Pro, a USB-based 3D camera. The company launched a crowdfunding campaign to bring Percee and Astra Pro to market and hopes to see hackers embrace them.
After one month, multi-tier pre-order program for "Deus Ex: Mankind Divided" is shut down due to negative feedback.