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Hacker group demonstrates Steam games running on PS4 via Arch Linux

< 1 minute agoTechnology / Hardware : Extremetech

A hacker has found a way to boot Linux on the PS4, fire up Steam, and play at least some titles. It's an interesting experiment in what Sony's platform can do, but we don't expect to see the company embracing Linux as it initially did with the PS3.

OCZ RD400 NVMe SSD Review

Toshiba's OCZ division steals the NVMe spotlight with a very high performance M.2 SSD that aims to take the throne from Intel and Samsung. The new drive is a fire breather when pushed to the limits.

Arteris Announces Ncore Cache-Coherent Interconnect

42 minutes agoTechnology / Hardware : AnandTech

Arteris is a little mentioned company which we haven't had the opportunity to cover in the past, yet they provide IP for one of the most important parts of a modern SoCs: the various internal interconnects. Today's system-on-chips are...Show More Summary

Windows 10 Anniversary Update will require more RAM

If you're running Windows 10 on a budget PC, or a system that's a few years old, then the upcoming Windows Anniversary Update might require a hardware upgrade.

Best Windows, iOS, Android and Linux tablets of 2016

No matter whether you want iOS, Android, Windows, or Linux - yes, a Linux-powered tablet - this list of the best tablets for 2016 has you covered! There are also budget-conscious options for those who suffer from price-tag shock.

AMD Releases Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.5.3

New technologies come along, new games release, things break, and developers fix them. As this cycle continues we are brought to this latest update from AMD which gives us fixes in the Crossfire and XConnect departments, along with optimizations...Show More Summary

The HP Omen Is Back, And It Brought Friends: Gaming Notebook, Desktop And Monitor

With continued growth in the gaming market, HP has doubled down on its Omen-series gaming laptop, this time offering two different screen sizes in addition to adding a desktop PC and an Omen-branded display to the lineup.

NVIDIA Releases 365.10 WHQL Game Ready Driver

As the news has been, new game releases means more driver updates. Alongside game ready support for more titles this week and a fix we also get a heads up on some key issues. In this driver release brings us to the release 367 of the graphics drivers. Show More Summary

Use Your Vive Controller Like A Mouse In BigScreen

BigScreen Inc. announced that BigScreen Beta 0.2.0 was released today on Steam. The update fixes a number of bugs, and it introduces support for the Vive’s wand controllers. The Vive controller can now be used for several functions in BigScreen.

Dell unveils 43-inch 4K monitor that can split into four independent 1080p panels

Ever wanted a 4K monitor that could also connect to four separate desktops simultaneously? Dell has you covered with its new 43 Multi-Client Monitor, aka the Dell P4317Q.

Safety, pah! We have robot cars powersliding, say US boffins

Digital Dukes of Hazzard take to the road Last month, Google, Ford and Uber started a lobbying group called the Self-Driving Coalition for Safer Streets to promote autonomous vehicles on safety grounds, but boffins in Georgia are having far more fun with their hardware.…

Swing And A Miss: Oculus’s Attempt To Block Revive App Backfires Badly

Oculus added hardware DRM checks to the Oculus Home platform to put a stop to people using Revive to play Oculus game with their Vive. The developer fired back at Oculus by going around the DRM check altogether.

New Oculus DRM gave VR piracy a big boost

Oculus' attempt to lock out third-party hardware led to a full DRM workaround just a day later.

Microsoft’s latest trick: Clicking ‘X’ to dismiss Windows 10 upgrade doesn’t stop install

Microsoft's recent changes to the GWX.exe application changed how you opt-out of a Windows 10 installation and surprised a number of users who found themselves waking up to a brand-new OS rather than the product they intended to kee...

Toyota not shybot about whybot it will trybot the iBot

Automaker and Segway daddy revive wheelchair project Inventor Dean Kamen has inked a deal with Toyota to revive his iBot smart wheelchair, which has been out of production since 2009.…

Nvidia Has Your Game-Ready Driver For 'Overwatch'

Nvidia announced the availability of a new game-ready graphics driver that will offer an optimized experience for the launch of Blizzard Entertainment’s highly-anticipated first-person shooter, "Overwatch."

Thermaltake Tricks Out Level 10 M Advanced Mouse With Palm Ventilation, 5-Axis Button, RGB

Thermaltake's latest mouse features 10 buttons, up to 16,000 DPI and the ability to adjust the height of the spring that connects the top of the mouse to the base.

Aqua Computer Introduces kyroM.2 SSD Watercooler

Aqua Computer releaseed its new kyroM.2 SSD adapter, which supports either air- or water-cooling for M.2 SSDs.

How (and why) I'm reducing my Windows PC headcount

Over the years, I've accumulated a lot of Windows PCs, and the time has come to reduce on the headcount.

Homefront: The Revolution struggles on consoles and low-end gaming PCs

The original Homefront, released in 2011 by THQ, was an intriguing game with a laundry list of flaws. But in spite of its failures, a sequel was greenlit anyway. THQ then proceeded to implode, the franchise was sold, it changed hands yet again, and now Homefront: The Revolution is finally available for purchase. Show More Summary

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