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Archived Since:March 5, 2008

Blog Post Archive

YouTube Enables 60fps Live Streaming

You can already watch videos at 60 frames per second on YouTube, but the popular video site now allows live streaming on the high framerate.

Does Microsoft Hyperlapse Pro Actually Work? We Go Hands-On

Microsoft's Hyperlapse is built to make it easy to make first-person action videos, but how well does it really work? Let's find out.

Nintendo Ends Wii U Basic In Japan, Begins Producing White Wii U Deluxe

The Nintendo Wii U has been out for a few years now, using a deluxe and basic model to cover the market. At least in Japan, the basic model is now coming to an end, but a new deluxe model will take its place.

Razer's Firefly Brings Chroma To The Mouse Mat

Razer continue to bulk up its Chroma lineup with the addition of a mouse mat called the Razer Firefly.

FSP Introduces Hydro G 80 Plus PSU

FSP announced a new power supply in the Hydro G series of PSUs, the Hydro G 80 Plus.

Zotac Introduces New Zbox "R" Series Mini PCs

This new Zbox line supports two hard drives and includes a COM port.

Microsoft Updates Start Area, Default Apps Settings In Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 10122

The latest preview build of Windows 10 features updates to the Start area and an improvement in the settings for default apps.

'Logjam' DHE Flaw Leaves Most VPN Servers Vulnerable To Eavesdropping

Yet another export crypto flaw was discovered following the FREAK vulnerability announced this spring. "Logjam" allows HTTPS connections to have their DHE key exchange protocol downgraded to only 512-bit key size, which attackers could decrypt in minutes.

Microsoft Bolsters Xbox One TV Capabilities With Hauppauge Digital Tuner

The Xbox One already has a few live TV capabilities, but Microsoft is introducing a digital TV tuner as another method of watching TV from the console.

Nvidia Gives 'Witcher 3: Wild Hunt' Free To All Titan X Owners

If you're lucky enough to be in possession of a GTX Titan X, then you're entitled to a free copy of "The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" through Nvidia's GeForce Experience Beta program.

Imagination One-Ups ARM With OmniShield, Supports Multiple Hardware Security Zones

Imagination announced its OmniShield solution that allows the creation of up to eight secure worlds on its chips, which should drastically increase the security of mobile devices as well as IoT devices.

Spending Time In The World Of 'The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt'

"The Witcher 3: Wild Hunt" is finally here, and I took some time to take the game out for a spin.

Zalman Z11 Neo ATX Case Review

With more radiator space and a more-modern design, does Zalman’s Z11 Neo have the combination of cool and quiet to get our stamp of approval?

Arctic's Thermal Pads Blanket Your Components

Arctic revealed some new thermal pads, which may just be some of the best aftermarket thermal pads.

Major Tech Companies Send Letter Decrying Encryption Backdoors To President Obama

Tech companies, non-profits and security experts signed a letter against encryption backdoors today.

Microsoft Releases Preview Office Apps For Android Smartphones

Microsoft has released Word, Excel and PowerPoint preview apps for Android phones.

Nvidia Opens GRID Datacenter In Central Europe, Announces Three More Titles

The number of games on GRID continues to rise as Nvidia builds another GRID datacenter in Central Europe to reduce game streaming latency.

Fove VR HMD Will Have Eye Tracking Technology

This Oculus Rift competitor is expected to launch in Q1 2016.

Apple Releases iMac With 5K Display, 15-Inch MacBook Pro With AMD R9 M370X

Apple released its iMac with a 5K display and also updated its 15-inch MacBook Pro with AMD's next generation GPU.

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