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Corsair Unveils Three Mid-Tower Cases For The Holidays

The 570X RGB and 460X RGB are the latest additions to the Crystal Series and feature tempered glass. The 270R is yet another chassis in the company's ever-growing Carbide lineup.

Motion Control Support Coming To ‘The Assembly’

nDreams announced that an update for "The Assembly" is coming soon that adds motion control support to the game for all three major VR platforms.

'Oculus Medium': Sculpt Anything With Digital Clay

"Oculus Medium" is Oculus’ answer to Google's "Tilt Brush." The app puts a new twist on creating digital art in virtual reality. Whereas "Tilt Brush" is a 3D painting application, "Medium" is more like a digital clay sculpting application.

MX Technology MXSSDEP3 2TB SSD Review

MX Technology pulled the all-in-one RAID trick out of the bag to challenge the new crop of high-performance NVMe SSDs. This legacy technology is capable of delivering big performance and we explore how it stacks up against the latest NVMe SSDs.

Silverstone SST-EP03 Tear-Down

What can possibly be tear-down-worthy in a USB 3.0 hub? Read on to find out.

Alienware 15 R3 Gaming Laptop Review

Alienware is no stranger to the gaming laptop market, and with each new CPU and GPU update, the company's laptops are outfitted accordingly. Today, we’re looking at the Alienware 15 R3, which features the new Nvidia GeForce GTX 1060 Pascal GPU.

The Week In CPUs And Storage: Intel Shipping Purley (Skylake-EP) Xeons, Just Not To You

Set the multiplier to 1,000 and VCORE to 500, it's time for the Week in CPUs and Storage.

A Hall Effect Keyboard Is Nigh Thanks To Grassroots Effort

A keyboard with Hall Effect switches is coming, thanks in no small part to the efforts of one keyboard enthusiast and the support of the community.

Criminals Access Three's Upgrade Systems, Compromise Over 130,000 Accounts

Criminals accessed Three's database of customers eligible for smartphone upgrades through authorized logins and then used the information to burglarize the carrier's stores. The company is cooperating with the police, but it may be looking at a fine, too.

DirectX 12 Support, New Content Come To 'Civilization VI' With Fall Update

Before you take one more turn in "Civilization VI," make sure you download the game's Fall Update, which contains many fixes and balances.

Watch Our Livestream Of 'Planet Coaster' Today At 1pm PST

Frontier Developments is back in the theme park simulator genre with "Planet Coaster." Watch us try it out later today!

Study: Thousands Of Android Apps Lack Privacy Policies

Carnegie Mellon University revealed that thousands of popular apps in Google's Play Store either don't have privacy policies or aren't being totally honest about their data practices.

Raijintek Launches $186 'Paean' Dual-Chamber ATX Chassis

Raijintek joined the aluminum-and-glass case trend with a new ATX chassis dubbed "Paean."

Protein Folding: Your Chance To Help (and Whup AnandTech) Starting Dec 1

Tom's Hardware and AnandTech folding teams are asking for your help, Dec 1-7 in a special charity contest to benefit Folding@Home and Child's Play.

Thermaltake Toughpower DPS G RGB 850W PSU Review

In addition to its flagship Titanium line, Thermaltake also equipped the DPS G Gold family with an RGB fan. The highest-capacity model outputting up to 850W is our test subject today.

Intel Z170 Motherboard Price List

Z170 is the most feature-rich consumer chipset on the LGA 1151 platform. Here's a list of ITX, ATX and EATX motherboards available now.

Qualcomm, Samsung Hit 10nm On Snapdragon 835 SoC

Qualcomm and Samsung announced that the two companies have collaborated to create the new Snapdragon 835 SoC on Samsung’s 10nm FinFET process.

Snoopers' Charter, UK’s Most Privacy Invasive Law Passed By Parliament

The Investigatory Powers bill, which will give intelligence and law enforcement agencies unprecedented surveillance powers and will force ISPs to store browsing activities, was passed by the UK Parliament.

Qualcomm Launches Bug Bounty Program To Secure Its Mobile Tech

Qualcomm launched a bug bounty program to encourage hackers to disclose vulnerabilities in its processors, LTE modems, and other hardware.

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