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U.S. Government Restricting Supercomputer Chip Exports To China

The U.S. government restricted U.S. chip companies from selling supercomputer chips to four Chinese technical centers that help build China's supercomputers.

Apple Takes Store Lines Online With Apple Watch Launch

Starting Friday April 10, you will be able to pre-order your own Apple Watch. Unlike with previous product releases however, you won't be lining up outside the store for days to be the first to receive the new product.

Whitebox Interactive Talks Dark Nexus Arena MOBA

Whitebox Interactive CEO Jonathan Falkowski talks about the upcoming MOBA based in the Warhammer 40,000 universe.

LG G4 Will Have The Widest Camera Aperture On The Market

Today, LG Innotek announced that it started mass production of the widest smartphone camera aperture on the market (f/1.8). The LG G4 will be the first beneficiary of the 16MP camera module with the f/1.8 aperture.

FreedomPop Launches 'Premium' Voice Service Using Old-Fashioned 2G

FreedomPop is offering a premium voice service that it claims will deliver better audio quality and ensure customers can make and receive phone calls at times and in places where its voice service is normally spotty.

Four LGA-1150 Motherboards Under $60

Here at Tom's Hardware, we have a lot of fun testing the most expensive, highest-end gear. So can we really get excited about $60 motherboards?

Dell Reveals Venue 10 7000 Tablet With RealSense Camera

Dell's most expensive tablet to date is powered by an Intel Atom Z3580 and uses the Android Lollipop OS.

Intel Makes Splash In China With Atom x3 (SoFIA) LTE-TDD, IoT Expansion, New Intel RealSense Camera For Smartphones

Intel had a boatload of news to share out of IDF Shenzen, including: Atom x3 (SoFIA) chips got the LTE-TDD treatment, the SoFIA roadmap has been expanded to include IoT; and Intel has a new RealSense camera coming, for smartphones.

Zotac Goes Broadwell With New ZBOX M-Series Nano PCs

Zotac released four M-Series nano desktops with Intel (Broadwell) chips.

Razer Unveils Dev Tools, Additional Partners for OSVR

Now, any developer can build for OSVR with the release of the device's main tools and plugins for other supported software such as the Unreal Engine and Oculus Rift.

Cricket Wireless Introduces Three 'Tiers' for Buying Smartphones Off-Contract

Here's a good way to buy the latest and greatest smartphones from Cricket Wireless.

HTC One M9+ With Higher-Res Display, Fingerprint Reader, And Mediatek Processor Announced For China

HTC introduced a new flagship smartphone for China called the HTC One M9+, which is essentially a slightly bigger version of the M9 but with a higher resolution, a Mediatek processor and a fingerprint reader.

Live Over-The-Air TV Coming To Xbox One Console

Microsoft has teamed up with Hauppauge on OTA tuners for the Xbox One.

Intel Pentium And Celeron (Braswell) 14 nm SoCs Now Shipping

At IDF Shenzen, Intel made a flurry of announcements, including the news that its new Braswell SoCs are now shipping. The four Braswell chips include a new Pentium chip (quad core) and three Celerons (one quad core, two dual core).

be quiet! Silent Base 800 Case Review

Promising “unique performance and usability”, the Silent Base 800 debuts the case line of power supply brand be quiet!

Roccat Announces Analog Variant Of Kave XTD 5.1 Headset

Roccat's Kave XTD 5.1 Analog comes without the USB sound card, saving you a couple bucks and allowing you to choose what you hook it up to.

Indiegogo Project Offers ErgoDox Mechanical Keyboard Already Assembled

This quirky mechanical keyboard is called the ErgoDox EZ, and it does not require assembly on the end-user's part.

At Last, A 24-Inch 2560 x 1440 Monitor, Courtesy Of Dell

Dell introduced a 24-inch 2560 x 1440 monitor -- exactly what we've been waiting for...three years ago.

AVADirect's Avalanche Gaming PC Features Water Cooling With Hard Tubing

The new Avalanche system from AVADirect is indeed a high-powered machine chock full of high-end components, but its key differentiating feature is that it features (bent) hard tubing in its liquid cooling solution.

Turtle Beach Swims Into PC Gaming Peripherals With Impact Keyboards And Grip Mice

Turtle Beach, which is known for making gaming headsets for console and PC gamers, is now making an entry to PC gaming peripherals.

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