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Razer Mamba TE Gaming Mouse, Hands On

The Razer Mamba Tournament Edition (TE) gaming mouse is clearly an enthusiast product with an exceedingly high DPI rating, but it may not be the best fit for everyone.

Bugs, Fixes For The Razer Mamba TE Gaming Mouse

We found serious issues with early (August 2015) Razer Mamba TE gaming mice, but a firmware update and the Synapse calibration tool have fixed what ailed them.

ISPs' Lobbying Groups Want Weaker Privacy Rules For Broadband Customer Data

Lobbying groups of ISPs asked the FCC to not enforce Section 222 of Title II to increase privacy protections for their customers, but instead go with the FTC's weaker privacy framework to preserve ability to "innovate."

Rock Jaw Audio's Sentio Headphones Provide Open And Closed Back Settings On One Device

Rock Jaw Audio's latest product is a headphone that allows for open and closed back sounds. The Sentio is still in development but the company needs additional funding through Kickstarter to finish the project.

EKWB's Water Block For MSI 390X Is Shiny, As Usual

EKWB's latest water block is built to fit the MSI Radeon R9 390X Gaming 8G that normally carries a TwinFrozr V cooler.

Micron Outs 3D NAND Technical Details, 3D SSDs Landing In June

Micron unleashes technical details about next generation NAND flash that takes the vertical route to the future.

On VR: Wevr's Neville Spiteri Talks About The Company, Working With HTC And Valve, And Future Projects

After speaking to Wevr about its Transport VR content platform, we followed up with more questions to learn about the history of the studio and its thoughts on the current state of VR.

Internet Archive Upgrades To Windows 3.1 With Over 1,000 Programs

The Internet Archive today expanded its site to include over 1,000 programs running on a Windows 3.1 emulator.

'Quantum Break' Pre-Order On Xbox One Includes PC Version

The Xbox One "exclusive" will also have a PC version. However, Microsoft will give you both versions of the game if you pre-order it before its April 5 release date.

Qualcomm Launches 'Snapdragon Wear' Platform For Wearable Device Designers

Qualcomm, one of the leading manufacturers of system-on-chip (SOC) hardware used in today’s mobile devices, announced a new platform called Snapdragon Wear, which will include software, reference designs, and the Snapdragon Wear 2100 SoC.

No New 'Assassin’s Creed' Game For 2016, Says Ubisoft

A new "Assassin's Creed" game isn't coming out this year. Ubisoft said it will be "stepping back and re-examining the 'Assassin's Creed' franchise."

The Rogue Initiative Tries Its Hand At Producing AAA VR Content

The Rogue Initiative is the latest company to join the field of VR content production. At the moment, it's working on three different projects: an episodic action title, a psychological thriller and an animated action-adventure game...

Samsung Gear VR New Releases Include PGA Tour, 'Goosebumps' Experiences

Samsung’s Gear VR HMD has been available for nearly three months now, and we’re seeing no signs of content releases for the platform slowing down. This week the platform receives experiences from the PGA Tour, a Goosebumps game, and a concept music maker.

U.S. Encryption Ban Would Force Companies To Migrate, Say Researchers

Harvard and independent researchers teamed up to survey encryption technologies around the world to see whether an encryption ban in the U.S. would have any effect on stopping people from using encryption.

'Hitman' PC Specs Announced

The beta for the new "Hitman" arrives in one week to PC gamers, and the developers revealed the PC spec requirements for the upcoming game. The final version comes out on March 11.

'Need For Speed' Coming To PC March 17

EA finally has a release date for the PC version of "Need For Speed." The game was released on consoles in the fall, but it was delayed on PC so that the developers could polish the game better for high-end gaming systems.

Qualcomm Announces Three New Snapdragon SoCs, Gigabit LTE Modem

Qualcomm announced three new mid-range chips, the Snapdragon 425, 435 and 625, as well as a gigabit LTE modem, the Qualcomm X16.

Origin PC EON17-SLX Gaming Laptop First Look

The Origin PC EON17-SLX features a desktop-class Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 graphics module and Intel Core i7-6700K host processor. Let's see what it can do!

Wevr's Transport Content Platform Doesn't Want To Be The YouTube Of VR

Wevr, the creators of the amazing "theBlu: Encounter" VR demo for the HTC Vive, explained to Tom's Hardware why its recently announced Transport content platform is going to "bear hug creatives" and isn't the YouTube of VR.

Samsung SM951-NVMe RAID Review

The Samsung 950 Pro is available now and it's a hot seller, but the SM951-NVMe still packs a better value for shoppers looking to save. Today, we look at three Samsung PCIe solutions in both single-drive and RAID 0 configurations.

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