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Biostar Releases Budget Hi-Fi B85S1 Motherboard

Biostar released a new budget motherboard based on the Intel B85 chipset.

Intel: Fifty Years Under Moore's Law

Fifty years ago yesterday, Gordon Moore published a document in Electronics magazine titled "Cramming More Components Onto Integrated Circuits." The idea he put forth would become known as "Moore's Law."

How Sony's Just-Announced Xperia Z4 Compares To The Xperia Z3

Sony announced its new flagship device, the Xperia Z4, in Japan. The device will arrive in two months but will only have small improvements over the Xperia Z3.

Fractal Design's Define S Chassis Built For Water Cooling

Fractal Design's new Define S is built for water cooling, which required a couple changes to the internal layout.

OnePlus One No Longer Requires Invitation, But OnePlus 2 Will

OnePlus announced that it will end the invite system for the OnePlus One smartphone, and consumers can purchase it globally at any time, starting today.

VMware Announces Open Source Project Lightwave, Project Photon

VMware announced the introduction of two new Open Source projects, Project Lightwave and Project Photon, both of which are intended to improve scalability and integration between cloud apps and existing enterprise infrastructure.

Zotac GeForce GTX 960 AMP! Edition Review

Zotac’s GeForce GTX 960 AMP! Edition sure looks good, thanks to its sleek metal shroud and dual fan design, but does it perform as good as it looks?

BenQ XL2420G G-Sync Monitor Review

Even though FreeSync is starting to appear, G-Sync is still the go-to tech for gamers seeking an image free of frame-tearing. Today we’re checking out BenQ’s latest feature-laden display – the 24-inch XL2420G.

Super Flower Leadex Titanium 1600W Power Supply Review

Corsair's mighty AX1500i PSU must now face some stiff competition, as Super Flower's new Leadex Titanium 1600W offers even more power and efficiency.

Cougar 500K Gaming Keyboard Hands On: Bells And Whistles, But No Mechanical Switches

The Cougar 500K gaming keyboard has all the trimmings you expect from a well-featured typer -- cool lighting, macro keys, a rubber no-slip wrist rest, and so on -- but it doesn't have mechanical switches.

Google Nexus 6 Review

Is the Nexus 6 worth its premium price, or are there better options to get your Lollipop fix?

Microsoft Research Creates 'Handpose' Hand Tracking Software With Help From Machine Learning

Handpose uses a Kinect to track hand movements on the screen. The project is still undergoing research and development.

Sony Launches Dual-SIM Xperia E4g In India; Higher Price, Still On Android KitKat

Sony launched a new 4G-capable low-end device for the Indian market: the Xperia E4g. The device will cost Rs. 13,290 and will come with KitKat.

Transcend Launches New eMMC 4.51 Flash Memory Chip For Low-Cost Devices

Transcend Information, a flash memory maker from Taiwan, announced its latest low-cost eMMC storage solution called the EMC210.

WikiLeaks Publishes All Documents And Emails From Sony Leak

The leak contains 30,287 documents, 173,132 emails, and 2,200 email addresses. Some emails show some of the company's contributions to politicians, communications with private contractors, and research into rival movie productions.

IKEA's Qi-Powered Wireless Charging Furniture To Arrive In The U.S. 'Late Spring'

IKEA announced its wireless powered furniture items for the U.S. market. The company will start selling the Qi-based chargers and furniture in "late spring."

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