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We sit down with Intel's Paul Zagacki to talk Devil's Canyon, Haswell-E and overclocking. Then, we overclock five retail Core i7-5960X CPUs to their limits.
MSI is also jumping the gun and showing off another couple of Z170 boards.
A few services on the Xbox One, Xbox 360 and the Xbox app have limited functions due to an unknown problem.
AT&T is taking the first leap in the U.S. market by offering the 4G LTE version of Microsoft's Surface 3 tablet.
Microsoft deployed an emergency security update for all currently supported versions of the Windows operating system, resolving a vulnerability that could allow remote code execution when users view content that contains embedded OpenType fonts.
The hit indie title from the PlayStation 3 is getting an upgrade on the PlayStation 4.
Nintendo may not get "GTA V," "Fallout 4," or the latest "Doom," but gamers who own a Wii U will still be able to get their fill of violence in "Devil's Third."
Google submitted its comments to the U.S. Commercial Department's Bureau of Industry and Security and argued that they are too complex and could ultimately make the Web less secure.
The Cusby should take care of the connectivity problem that the new MacBook presented with its single USB Type-C port.
Phison offered to let us test its S10 controller with three flash types that will ship in 2015: Toshiba's A19 TLC, 15nm MLC and Micron L95B 16nm MLC.
Last week some pictures of the upcoming K|NGP|N GTX 980 Ti were revealed on the Kingpin cooling forum by the K|NGP|N himself. Now EVGA has revealed the pricing and when these highly anticipated cards will be released.
Researchers found that customized Android software leads to a higher degree of security risk and a larger attack surface for malware and hackers.
Epic Games and Wellcome challenged five international teams to create a better way to navigate large datasets using virtual reality.
Microsoft allows gamers to record Xbox One game footage and stream games from the Xbox One to Windows 10 devices with a new streaming service.
Microsoft has been working on Cortana for a long time now, but the plans for its digital assistant are far grander than anyone previously expected.
Nvidia will be hosting a free Deep Learning training course, taking place over the next two months. The company will be hosting five bi-weekly online sessions, with the first one happening this week.
Plextor announced the release of its M6V SSD with 15nm NAND.
Asus launched a new ChromeBook, the Flip C100, which promises the convenience of a tablet and the functionality of a laptop.
ID-Cooling built an all-in-one liquid cooler that we've all been waiting for, but whether it will be up to the task remains the question.
While watching EVO this weekend, we decided to give away 3 copies of "Ultra Street Fighter IV!" Enter in the Tom's Hardware forums.