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Mars may be slowly crushing Phobos into a planetary ring

Mars may one-day have a planetary ring made out of the rubble of its own pulverized moon, Phobos.

Racing Into The Night In ‘Need For Speed’

Ghost Games is back with reboot to the popular racing franchise, and it brought back in-depth customization and a variety of races for players throughout the city of Ventura Bay.

Google's 'Accelerated Mobile Pages' To Go Live Early Next Year

Google announced that its Accelerated Mobile Pages project will come to mobile users early next year.

Drug company reneges on promise to reverse 5,400-percent price hike on Daraprim

Remember Turing Pharmaceuticals, the company that raised prices on its medication from $13.50 to $750, only to back down in the face of outrage? Well, they've decided not cut prices after all.

Lenovo Yoga 900 Review: Brains, Beauty, and Braun

What a difference a year can make. Now that Intel's Skylake processors are widely available, desktop, tablets, and hybrid convertibles are all being refreshed with the latest hardware. Lenovo, for example, recently introduced its Yoga 900. Though the nomenclature has changed a bit, this machine is effectively a revised Yoga 3 Pro. The...

EK Water Blocks Releases Three New Reservoirs

EK Water Blocks announced the release of two new reservoirs designed to be paired with the recently-released XTOP Revo Dual D5 PWM pump top. The company is also releasing a white version of the existing EK-RES X3 250.

At up to 455 exabytes on a single gram, DNA storage could create mankind’s permanent record

It could store exabytes of information and last millions of years -- is biology's hard drive destined to be mankind's as well?

AMD Radeon Software Crimson, Catalyst Control Panel Compared

AMD just launched Radeon Software Crimson publicly and made some bold claims about the user interface, performance and power efficiency of the new driver suite. Let’s see if the driver suite lives up to the claims.

Eating 2.0: How the first FDA-approved, genetically modified animal will revolutionize food

Advances in the genetic engineering of animals are paving the way for a more sustainable and ecological era of food production.

Biostar Returns To GPU Market With GTX 950

Biostar has reemerged in the mainstream GPU market, this time with an Nvidia GeForce GTX 950, targeting the 1080p budget gamer with its latest endeavor in the graphics card arena.

Windows 10’s broken fall update removes user-installed applications without asking first

Microsoft's latest Windows 10 update is causing problems for at least some users, and uninstalling programs without the user's consent or evidence of a problem.

The Corsair SP (Static Pressure), AF (High Airflow) 120/140mm Fan Review

Both the selection and the testing of a fan can be a rather complicated matter. Even if someone knows the exact performance curve of a fan and can make an educated assessment regarding the airflow impedance, parameters such as the quality and noise come into play as well. Show More Summary

Best Gaming Laptops: Holiday 2015

Welcome to part two of our best laptop guide for 2015. The first part was traditional notebooks, this installment will focus on gaming notebooks, and our final piece will cover convertible devices. The gaming segment is one of the few...Show More Summary

Samsung's Galaxy S7 may come with a microSD card slot

Ask any fan of the old Galaxy S-series hardware why they've not upgraded to the newest handsets, and chances are they'll mention the lack of a removable battery and the fact that there's no SD card slot. Well, the microSD card slot might be coming back.

Sony PS4 sales surpass 30 million

In a little over two years Sony has sold over 30 million PS4 consoles, and that's ahead of the busy Holiday season.

MSI Z170A Gaming M5 Motherboard Review

MSI was among the first to participate in our Z170 review series. Will the now-mature firmware give its $180 Z170A Gaming M5 a lead in the upper-midrange LGA 1151 enthusiast segment?

Dell computers bundled with backdoor that blurts hardware fingerprint to websites

How it works Analysis  Dell ships Windows computers with software that lets websites slurp up the machine's exact specifications, warranty status, and other details without the user knowing.…

IT Pro: Samsung PM863 Enterprise SSD Review

The PM863 could prove to be the tipping point. Its lower cost, increased endurance and density appear to be the perfect trifecta to unseat the established stalwarts.

The Best deals on Laptops, PC Components, Tablets, Accessories and more! November 24th 2015 edition

Want the best deals on laptops, PC components, tablets, printers and more but have no time or no idea where to look for them? This article is for you.

Thanksgiving tech support survival guide (2015 edition)

Get some down time over Thanksgiving by preparing in advance for the inevitable 'Turkey Day' tech support requests.

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