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Reeven Goes Cheap and Silent with New Mid-Tower Case

Reeven introduced its new Rheia mid-tower case, which it optimized for value and designed to offer silent operation.

DeepCool Debuts New Liquid Cooled Case, RGB Cooling Fans

DeepCool had plenty of awesome new gear to show off this year at Computex, including a brand new case with built in liquid cooling, a new RGB LED fan system and an update to its Neptwin CPU cooler.

Motherboard Buying Guide And E3 Wrap Up: Community Roundup

Community Roundup is here to let you know the best of what's going on in the Tom's Hardware forums on a regular basis.

The Best deals on Laptops, Components, Tablets, Smartphones, Accessories and more: Jully 1st

Looking for the best deals but have no time to research or not enough knowledge to figure out what is and what isn’t a good deal? I’m here to help you. With 15 years of experience (See my About page) with computer hardware, researching, staying up-to-date with new products, performance and prices, I know what […]

Curiosity’s latest findings suggest Mars’ atmosphere was once much more like ours

New research suggests that Mars didn't just used to have flowing water -- its atmosphere may have also contained significant amounts of oxygen.

Gigabyte’s Aero 14 Arrives In The US

Gigabyte announced that its lightweight Aero 14 gaming laptop is now available in the US.

Apple's 'next big thing' might already be here

Analysts, pundits, and fans alike are desperate for Apple to get busy and unveil the "next big thing" to keep the dollars flowing as iPhone sales soften. But that "next big thing" could already be here.

Best Android smartphones: July 2016

Let's take a look a selection of the very best Android handsets currently available.

The Corsair Gaming K70 RGB RAPIDFIRE Mechanical Keyboard Review

There already are dozens of companies offering literally hundreds of mechanical keyboards, covering nearly all shapes and sizes. Designers try to innovate and differentiate but this becomes exceedingly difficult as the number of companies and products continue to increase while the number of the different mechanical key switches is small. Show More Summary

The Void Debuts 'Ghostbusters: Dimension' At Madame Tussauds In NYC

Madame Tussauds wax museum just got a lot spookier with "The Ghostbusters Experience," which features "Ghostbusters: Dimension," a “hyper reality” experience developed by The Void.

Cracking Android's full-disk encryption is easy on millions of phones – with a little patience

Just need a couple of common bugs, some GPUs and time Android's full-disk encryption on millions of devices can be cracked by brute-force much more easily than expected – and there's working code to prove it.…

AMD Releases Radeon Software Crimson 16.6.2 Drivers

21 hours agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

AMD has now brought us their latest card in the Radeon RX 480. With new cards comes new drivers. We are also getting fixes and a list of new features moved into Radeon Settings. So let’s get into what this release contains. To coverShow More Summary

ASUS Reveals Their New RX 480 GPU Design

21 hours agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

After a lengthy tease from AMD we are finally seeing the new AMD Radeon RX 480 roll out. As we saw in our preview the card successfully makes leaps in its power to performance profile and brings a healthy performance jump to the mainstream market. Show More Summary

2K's 'Bioshock: The Collection' Arrives September 13

The "Bioshock" series is the latest franchise to get the remaster treatment. "Bioshock: The Collection" also includes all of the single-player DLC for each game.

The Best CPUs, Processors and APUs For Your Money: July 2016

Recommendations for the best CPUs and APUs at various prices points.

Google’s ‘FASTER’ undersea cable goes online with 60 Tbps of bandwidth

The Google-backed cable has the highest available bandwidth of any undersea cable currently in operation.

A slim PS4 might show up at the Tokyo Game Show

The PS4K, also known as the PlayStation Neo, has been widely discussed for months now, and Sony has even quietly confirmed that it's in the works. But what about a simple mid-cycle PS4 redesign along the lines of the Xbox One S or the PS3 slim? It seems as if that minor hardware revision might be on its way sooner than we expected.

BMW, Intel, Mobileye lay groundwork for self-driving car

This may be BMW's chance to offer details (some) on the self-driving car it plans by 2021. Mobileye would supply the vision sensors using chips made by Intel.

Another sign Apple is nixing the iPhone 7’s headphone jack: Cirrus Logic releases Lightning kit

Rumors that Apple would remove the headphone jack from next-generation iPhones got another boost this week, as Cirrus Logic unveiled a convertor kit for building Lightning capable audio devices.

Windows 10 Anniversary Update Launching August 2nd

While certainly not as big of an update as the original launch of Windows 10, the next major update now has a release date. August 2nd will be the date where all of the latest additions and features will be coming to Windows 10. TheShow More Summary

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