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Crypto War 3: ‘Five Eyes’ And G20 Nations Plan Renewed Assault On Encryption

The third crypto war is about to begin, as Five Eyes and G20 nations start to coordinate an assault on end-to-end encryption.

Nintendo Updates 'Arms' With LAN Play, Arena Mode

The update highlights Nintendo's growing comfort with patching games after their release and drives home the company's increasing focus on local multiplayer and esports in its first-party titles.

As Prices Soar, Graphics Card Manufacturers Appeal To Cryptocurrency Miners

The price of many GTX 1060s on Newegg has risen above $400, even though many retailed for around $350 not too long ago. Amazon seems to have sold out of many GTX 1060s

Aerocool Revealed New AIO Cooler, Fan, Fan Hub At Computex

In addition to new cases and an RGB gaming chair, Aerocool showed off a new 240mm all-in-one cooler, fan, and fan hub at Computex 2017.

Nintendo's SNES Classic Edition Arrives September 29 For $80

The smaller version of Nintendo's classic console will also include "Star Fox 2," which was never released to the public.

Intel Hyperthreading Bug Unearthed In Kaby Lake And Skylake Processors

According to Henrique de Moraes Holschuh, a Debian Linux developer, Kaby Lake and Skylake processors have a serious flaw in their hyperthreading implementation.

NEC EX341R Monitor Review

Curved ultra-wide monitors are more frequently seen in gaming systems, but they are appearing on enterprise desktops, too. Today, we’re looking at NEC’s EX341R.

KFA2/Galax GeForce GTX 1080 Ti EXOC Review

KFA2/Galax creates an attractive alternative to Nvidia's Founders Edition card, complete with more performance, a quieter cooler and same dual-slot form factor.

Analogix's ICVR Could Make VR HMDs Less Cumbersome

Analogix Semiconductor, Dell, LG, and Tencent revealed plans for ICVR, or "Interface for Connected VR," in an attempt to standardize the physical connectivity of VR HMDs.

Setting Up Your PSVR: A Step-By-Step Guide

The PlayStation VR is the easiest of the three major VR systems to setup, but it's not quite as simple as plugging in a console. Follow along as we walk you through the process.

GTX 1070 Prices Soar Alongside The 'Ethereum' Cryptocurrency

The rise of a new cryptocurrency, Ethereum, is giving system builders and gamers a case of deja vu as the price on graphics cards sharply increases.

Creating A New Home For Humanity With 'Surviving Mars,' Hands On

Haemimont Games will challenge you to create a Martian colony that can support human life and withstand the forces of Martian nature.

Lucid VR's 180-Degree Camera Shipping Just In Time For Google's VR180 Platform

After nearly two years of development and marketing, Lucid VR is finally bringing its 180-degree 3D camera to the market. Crowdfunding partners have hardware in their hands, and the company is gearing up for general availability.

Aerocool Put Cases Front And Center At Computex

Although the company seemed to be focused mainly on its flagship P7-C1 chassis and gaming chairs, the other cases the company had on display are certainly worthy of your attention as well.

Watch Us Play 'Dirt 4'

End the week with us as we race on off-road tracks in Codemasters' latest game.

Google Plans To Stop Scanning Emails To Personalize Gmail Ads

The company said this change results from its decision to make the professional version of Gmail, which is included in G Suite, "more closely align" with the consumer version.

CyberArk: Windows 10 Vulnerable To Rootkits Via Intel's Processor Trace Functionality

CyberArk has discovered a hooking technique that can take advantage of Intel's Processor Trace functionality to bypass Windows security features such as the "PatchGuard" kernel protection.

G.Skill's New DDR4 Preps For X299 With Tighter Timings And Higher Capacities

G.Skill announced new high-speed DDR4 memory with tighter timings specifically designed for Intel's X-series processors and X299 chipset motherboards.

SilverStone Expands Its Strider Titanium PSU Line

SilverStone expanded its Strider Titanium series with three high capacity and highly efficient PSUs. All of the new models are fully modular and quite compact, given their power specifications.

'Furi' Gets Limited Edition Physical Copies For PS4, PC

The PC version has a physical copy of the game, the soundtrack, a manual, and Steam codes for both "Furi" and the "One More Fight" downloadable content. Only 5,000 copies were made for each platform.

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