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Blog Post Archive

Windows 10 Coming This Summer, Still No Precise Date

At WinHEC, Microsoft gave some new information on Windows 10, including the fact that Microsoft's latest and greatest operating system will be launching this summer to 190 countries, which is earlier than the previously expected fall release.

HTC Will Replace Your HTC One M9 For Free Within 12 Months Of Purchase With 'Uh Oh' Program

HTC's Uh Oh Protection program will allow HTC One M9 owners to ask for a free replacement within 12 months of purchase, if anything bad happens to the phone.

Windows 'Hello' And 'Passport' Features Promise Website And App Logins Without Passwords

Microsoft announced three authentication methods supported in Windows 10 that use facial, iris and fingerprint recognition, as well as a new feature called Passport, to cryptographically log users into websites and apps without passwords.

Nvidia's GTC 2015 Keynote: Titan X, Digits DevBox, Pascal, Drive PX, And Lots Of Deep Learning

At the opening keynote of GTC 2015, Nvidia Co-Founder and CEO Jen-Hsun Huang announced many things, all of which are related to deep learning and neural networks.

GeForce GTX Titan X Lands, Nvidia Finally Reveals Full Details

Two weeks ago at GDC, Nvidia announced the GTX Titan X but didn’t really offer much information about it. Today, the we have all the juicy details we've been waiting for, as the green GPU maker announced more at the GTC (GPU Technology Conference).

GeForce GTX Titan X Review: Can One GPU Handle 4K?

Up until now, smooth gameplay at 4K resolutions required multiple high-end GPUs. But Nvidia's GeForce GTX Titan X purports to be the first card capable of driving 3840x2160 at demanding detail settings all on its own.

Tesoro Ups Its RGB Keyboard Game With $149 Lobera Spectrum

The Lobera Spectrum includes two USB 2.0 ports for charging devices as well as a DC-in jack and audio/mic jacks at the front of the keyboard.

Is Nintendo Finally Developing For Android, iOS?

It looks like Nintendo plans to develop original games for mobile devices... finally!

Live Stream: Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang's GTC Keynote, March 17, 9am PST

Nvidia's GTC keynote will be steaming live right here at 9am PST on March 17.

Metaio Demos Exciting AR Future With Mundane Hardware

Metaio's mission is to promote the development of AR. It offers the Metaio SDK for pros, as well as its Metaio Creator software for novices, to enable the creation of AR applications. We saw some demos of the tech in action at MWC 2...

Opera Coast Browser Improves Video Streaming With Video Boost

Opera Coast's video boost optimizes video streaming on mobile devices that suffer from a bad cellular signal or a clogged network.

Best SSDs For The Money: March 2015

This month brings a long overdue update to our best SSD list. We say goodbye to older 128GB-class models, and pave the way for new m.2 PCIe SSDs that we start listing next month.

Silicon Image Delivers 8K SuperMHL Compatible Chip

Silicon Image announced its new chip, the Sil9779, which it says is the first to be compliant with the SuperMHL standard.

Yahoo Introduces On-Demand Passwords

Yahoo is offering another service to better protect its users' accounts.

Facebook Clarifies What Can And Cannot Be Posted

Facebook reveals what is and is not tolerated on the site.

Cougar's QBX Mini-ITX Case Supports Seven Fans, Water Cooling

The QBX can support graphics cards up to 350 mm and has dedicated airflow for the power supply unit.

Silicon Motion SM2256 Preview

In my review of Samsung's SM951, I talked about a new divide coming for client SSDs. PCIe-based products will make up a majority of the performance SSD segment, and a second-tier PCIe segment will touch the mainstream market. That's where we look today.

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