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Four main Google engineers from the Nexus team responded to Nexus fans in a Reddit AMA, where they revealed more information about the new Nexus 5X and Nexus 6P.
We take a closer look at the connectivity of Intel's 100 series chipsets and find them lacking.
AOC made another USB monitor that finally supports full HD resolution.
Samsung announced the availability of a new monitor that aims to reduce work-area clutter by incorporating an integrated wireless charging function, a feature Samsung claims is "the world's first" for PC display technology.
SilverStone's Raven RVZ02 is the evolutionary successor to 2014's RVZ01. The small form factor HTPC case offers space for full size graphics cards with up to three hard drives and an optical drive, all in a 12-cubic liter space.
ADATA released several new SO-DIMM memory kits based on the DDR4 memory standard and new memory modules.
Vulnerability found in WinRAR SFX 5.21 and discovered by Vulnerability Lab, a vulnerability research company, allows attackers to take over systems remotely.
The Shield Android TV device is getting a new update to include more apps and GeForce Now, a new game streaming service to replace GRID.
Three experienced builders struggle to find the ultimate performance for the same low price — no excuses, no concessions. Who will win?
Version 3.00 of the PlayStation 4 software is coming soon with new features for streaming, cloud storage and online communities.
Google unveiled its latest tablet built with the Tegra X1 SoC: the Pixel C. This is also the first tablet completely designed and manufactured exclusively by Google.
Google introduced two new Nexus smartphones, the Huawei-made Nexus 6P and the LG-made Nexus 5X. The devices start at $499 and $379 respectively, and come with high-performance processors, cameras and fingerprint readers.
CableMod announced that it has expanded its line of pre-sleeved power supply cables. The company introduced the Basic Cable Kits product line and added support for Corsair's latest power supply lineup.
Basemark, which cut its teeth in the industry with mobile benchmarking software, is now taking aim at the PC market with a new partnership with HWiNFO, a company specializing in PC hardware identification and monitoring software.
Apple revealed that OS X El Capitan, the latest major release for Mac OS, will be available tomorrow as a free update.
IO Interactive released new details about its March 11 release of the new "Hitman" game, which will have an Intro Pack for $29.99 for those who want to see if the full game is worth the full price.
Symetium announced an IndieGoGo campaign to fund its "smartphone PC" concept. The device will come with a Snapdragon 820, 6 GB of RAM and up to 256 GB of storage, and it will allow users to dock the device and access a desktop UI on multiple screens.
Corsair announced the release of its new RMx series of PSUs today, boasting 80 Plus Gold efficiency across the line.
Leap Motion is now accepting submissions for the second annual Leap Motion 3D Jam. Developers will compete for a share of the $75,000 prize pool. Submission must be submitted by early November, but there's still time to sign up.
Following the Titan and Titan-EX, the Titan-AP is the third member of Amped Wireless' new AC1900 line-up of wireless products.