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Intel Haswell-E to ship at end of August

Motherboards spotted in the wild Intel has reportedly fixed a date to ship its octo-core Haswell-E processor and X99 Express chipset, with a Japanese outlet saying it will hit the shelves on August 29.…

Intel Hawell-E to ship end August

Motherboards spotted in the wild Chipzilla has reportedly set down the ship date for its Haswell-E and X99 Express chipset, with a Japanese outlet saying it will hit on August 29.…

Zalman Reserator 3 Max Dual CPU Cooler Review

Zalman sent us their Reserator 3 Max Dual CPU cooler, which is a rather interesting device. It's an all-in-one liquid cooling solution that Zalman advertises as the "Ultimate Liquid CPU Cooler". Zalman's engineers are certainly no amateurs...Show More Summary

U wot? HTC is M8s again with Microsoft: New One mobe sports WinPhone

Just a couple of little catches, though HTC has launched an M8 phone running Microsoft's latest Windows Phone operating system – but only in the US and only for the Verizon network.…

ET deas: Dell Inspiron 15 for $230, 28-inch UltraHD monitor for $450, more

We’ve got another collection of top deals in electronics and tech for you today, including a 15-inch dual-core laptop for $230, a 25% savings on a 28-inch 3840×2160 monitor, a cool pair of Bluetooth headphones with a case for $30, and plenty more.Top DealsDell Inspiron 15 dual-core 15.6-inch laptop for $229.99 (normally $299.99 — use coupon…

Liquid metal injected into a heart for high resolution imaging

Scientists from China have figured out a way to image the vasculature of the heart in unprecedented detail. Their secret is to inject a shot of liquid gallium metal.

Roku takes aim at TV market with new Roku TV

Not content with producing the best media streaming box on the market, Roku has now set its sights on the television market by releasing an HDTV with all of the Roku's streaming capabilities built in.

Apple analyst: fruity firm set to shift 75 million iPhones

We'll have some of whatever he's having please Apple is set to flog some 75 million units of the new iPhone 6 by the end of the year, an analyst with a pessimism bypass has claimed.…

PlayStation Now is even better than I hoped it would be

I'll be the first to admit that there is plenty of room for improvement, but let me explain why PS Now is actually better than I expected it to be.

HTC Announces the HTC One (M8) for Windows

It's been a while since we've seen a high-end device running Windows Phone 8 launch from a company other than Nokia. Despite Nokia's dominance, HTC has certainly not given up on the platform and today they're demonstrating that with the launch of a new flagship Windows Phone 8 device that you may already know very well. Show More Summary

AMD slaps 'Radeon' label on Tosh flash: >Beard stroke< Hmm, cunning ...

Hey, you wanna SSD with that graphics card, man? X86 CPU and Radeo graphics chipper AMD has come out with an SSD line using Toshiba/OCZ componentry.…

AMD teams up with OCZ to launch its first SSDs, the Radeon R7 series

AMD is pushing into the consumer SSD space and partnering with OCZ to do it. Will consumers bite or is AMD bringing too little to an already saturated, and highly competitive, market?

SanDisk Releases Ultra II SSD: Bringing More TLC NAND to the Market

It is a busy day in the client SSD space as earlier today AMD announced the company's first SSD, the R7, and now SanDisk is releasing the Ultra II to the mainstream market. The Ultra II is based on SanDisk's second generation 19nm TLC NAND, which means that the Ultra II is the first non-Samsung SSD to ship with TLC NAND. Show More Summary

Steve Jobs had BETTER BALLS than Atari, says Apple mouse designer

Xerox? Pff, not even in the same league as His Jobsiness Steve Jobs was well known for the size of his cojones, but it turns out that his former employer Atari had even better balls than him.…

State of the Part: SoC Manufacturers

Introduction A few years ago, it seemed a new System-On-Chip (SoC) design using an ARM-based architecture would pop up every other week. While competition can be great, with so many of the designs offering similar core features and the...Show More Summary

Apple takes blade to 13-inch MacBook Pro with Retina display

Shaves price, not screen on mid-2014 model Review  This is getting to be a habit. So far this year we’ve seen £100 lopped off the price of the updated iMac and MacBook Air, and now it’s the MacBook Pro’s turn to get the price-cut treatment.…

ECS Announces Z97-PK: A Motherboard with ‘One Key OC’ 4.7 GHz for Pentium G3258

With the launch of the overclockable Pentium G3258 processor, some motherboard manufacturers have been scrambling to get a cheaper product to market to be the centre point of a Pentium based build. We covered ASRock’s Z97 Anniversary...Show More Summary

Things are looking up in Flappy Bird sequel

'Swing Copters' offers the same gameplay but in a different direction Game developer Dong Nguyen, the man behind Flappy Bird, has revealed the name and look of his next game.…

AMD Jumps Into the SSD Market: Radeon R7 Series SSD Launched

Back in 2011, AMD made a rather unexpected move and expanded its Radeon brand to include memory in addition to graphics cards. With today's announcement AMD is adding another member to its Radeon family by releasing Radeon R7 Series SSDs. Show More Summary

AMD Radeon R7 Series 240GB SSD Review

AMD is launching a new family of products today, but unless you follow the rumor mill pretty closely, it’s probably not something you’d expect. It’s not a new CPU or APU. And it’s not a new GPU or memory kit either. Well then, “what could it be” you ask? Today, AMD is launching its first line of solid state...

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