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The enclosures provide up to 440 MB/s of sequential throughput, which represents the overwhelming majority use-case for video/photography production environments....
BitFenix' new case also comes with that nifty little LCD display we saw earlier.
Archos is revealing four new Android phones next week.
Gemalto said its products are secure, but it fails to address the compromise of billions of SIM card encryption keys.
FCC proposal passed, freeing the open Internet.
The game will be the first title on Windows 10 to support cross-platform play with the Xbox One as well as support DirectX 12.
Can an extra $150 eliminate the compromises of last quarter’s high-end build? We attempt to answer that while following your most-requested recipe for performance supremacy!
This Linux-based cube has touchscreens on all six sides.
Tesoro's new Gungnir Black gaming mouse is cheap, but it offers features typically seen on higher-end devices.
Tom's Hardware and Tom's Guide will be hosting an Ask Me Anything session with the Electronic Frontier Foundation on Wednesday, March 4 starting at 12 p.m. EST.
AMD significantly boosts efficiency with its new "Carrizo" APUs, first presenting the mobile version at ISSCC 2015, offering either higher performance at normal power consumption or significantly decreased power consumption at normal performance.
Samsung announced a 128 GB storage module based on the next-generation mobile storage technology called UFS, or Universal Flash Storage, version 2.0.
Valve now joins Razer's OSVR program in the ever-growing VR market dominated by Oculus.
Imagination announces its new high-end GPU targeted at affordable Android-powered consoles, the PowerVR GT7900.
Asus joins ASRock and MSI in bringing USB 3.1 to desktop motherboards.
Sony unveils another budget phone with specs and looks that are similar to the Xperia E4, and it comes with a faster processor and LTE connectivity.
We have early information about some of the details regarding DirectX 12, and what follows will surprise you.
A new content policy on Blogger means porn blogs will be marked as private.
Tomorrow, on February 26, the FCC will be voting on a proposal submitted by FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler earlier this month. If passed, this proposal will radically change the Internet in extreme ways.
Oops! They did it again. Rockstar delays GTA V PC launch. Again.