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Is Microsoft working on a multi-platform competitor to the Oculus Rift?
The Surface Pro joins the Surface RT in the sale section.
Here's another monster gaming PC from Asus.
Microsoft has cranked up the GPU juice in Xbox One.
Check out Tom's Guide's latest store on mobile video editors.
Scythe’s new Grand Flex 120 series of cooling fans offers one range of four fixed speed models and another fifth range with PWM functionality.
AMD has opened a new design center as part of phase two of its transformation.
The CM 690 III is the newest revision to Cooler Master’s established series of mid-tower enclosures and aims to be “an icon redefined.”
Sit tight if you're waiting for a cheaper model.
Check out the Tom's Guide's team's latest story on superhero wallpapers.
Google is working on a native Android service for recovering and remotely wiping lost devices.
Apacer’s Ares series of overclocking memory aims to bring “overclocking techniques to a new level” and offer “excellent computing efficiency to audio / video workers.”
FSP has released its full list of power supply units that are compatible with Intel’s 4th Generation “Haswell” processors.
Michael Dell, Silver Lake Partners and the Special Committee have reached an agreement.
Toys R Us in the UK offers shipping dates for both consoles.
Motorola promises it has other exciting devices for Europe.
It may not be until 2014 before Asus enters the smartphone arena here in the States.
Dell is shipping Ophelia to testers now.
All three have ten-point touch input, making them great for Windows 8 navigation.