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Asus ROG G752 Review: A Pascal Packing Mobile Powerhouse

Asus is celebrating the 10th anniversary of its Republic of Gamers (ROG) brand this year. The manufacturer launched its ROG line in 2006 and has since developed a wide range of gaming products under the brand, including some monstrous gaming notebooks like the one we'll be showing you here. With the arrival of NVIDIA’s Pascal architecture...

Suddenly, PowerColor's 'Devil Box' External GPU With AMD XConnect Is Available

PowerColor has suddenly put itself among the first companies to sell an external GPU dock with Thunderbolt 3 over USB Type-C.

Nixeus Delivers 1440p IPS Monitor With 100% sRGB For $399

Nixeus' new monitor promises to be great for content creators without breaking the bank.

Cheaper, longer-lasting epinephrine pills could soon replace overpriced EpiPens

There are some hurdles to overcome, but epinephrine in pill form could be much less expensive.

Macs are up to $543 cheaper than PCs, claims IBM

IBM continues to challenge the popular myth is that Macs are more expensive than PCs.

CastAR Finally Coming To Market In 2017

Augmented reality company CastAR is bringing its "mixed reality gaming and entertainment platform" to market in 2017.

Samsung is refusing to pay for property damage caused by its exploding Note 7 phone

Samsung's handling of the Note 7 recall took another hit today as unhappy customers criticize the way the company is refusing to pay for the damage its phone has caused.

MSI Aegis X Mini-ITX Barebones Gaming PC Review

Compact and designed for gaming hardware, MSI’s Aegis X has a better feature set than most consumers can assemble from separate components. Nonetheless, we compare it to one of ours.

Apple claims more than 90 percent of ‘genuine’ Apple chargers sold on Amazon are fake

Apple has filed suit against a company it accuses of falsely representing that its products are genuine Apple cables and adapters when they absolutely aren't. Up to 90% of the "genuine" Apple cables and adapters sold on Amazon are estimated to be fake.

Websites Can Store IP Addresses Without User Consen--To Improve Security, Says CJEU

The highest court in the European Union ruled that website operators can store IP addresses if they're used for cybersecurity or for other legitimate generic purposes, as long as they don't clash with users' fundamental rights.

China's LeEco eyes up US, takes on, er, Apple, Samsung, Netflix, Tesla

Phones, cars, VR goggles... the Chinese are coming for your profit margins, America Pics  Chinese tech maker LeEco (pronounced Le Echo) has made its entrance into the US market – with a lavish press conference in San Francisco that showed the Middle Kingdom isn't afraid to take on some of the biggest names in technology.…

AnandTech Call for Writers: 2016

The Call for Writers has become something of an annual tradition over here at AnandTech. As anyone who follows the site knows very well, the list of things we have to review/cover usually exceeds our available time. So the call for writers...Show More Summary

Intel To Infuse Second-Gen Xeon Purley Platform With 3D XPoint, Tightens Data Center Stranglehold

Intel CEO Brian Krzanich noted that 3D XPoint would come to the second-generation Purley platform. The revelations indicate that Intel is moving ahead to bring key portions of the storage, memory, and networking realms firmly under its control.

Quantenna Announces 802.11ax Draft 1.0-Compliant Wi-Fi Chipset

Quantenna this week introduced the industry’s first 802.11ax Draft 1.0-compliant Wi-Fi chipset for access points. The QSR10G-AX is pin-to-pin compatible with Quantenna’s commercial QSR10G Wave 3 802.11ac-compliant Wi-Fi platform and can thus be easily integrated into existing APs (e.g., routers). Show More Summary

LeEco Takes Aim At Samsung Gear VR With Its Own Mobile 'ExploreVR' HMD

LeEco is taking the Samsung Gear VR approach with its own mobile Explore VR HMD and companion phones.

New crowdfunding project promises an ATX motherboard for IBM’s Power8

A new crowdfunding project wants to build ATX motherboards compatible with IBM's Power8 CPU. Non-x86 chips are making something of a comeback this year -- could Intel's data center dominance be in danger?

Acer Begins Selling 9.98-mm Swift 7 Kaby Lake Laptop in the U.S.: Starts at $1100

This week Acer has started to sell its first Swift 7 notebook in the U.S. The black and gold Swift 7 laptop is based on Intel’s Kaby Lake-Y-series CPU, and with an FHD display is the industry’s first clamshell PC that is thinner than one centimeter. Show More Summary

Gamdias P1, M1, E1 Keyboards Ape Corsair With Floating-Key Design

Gamdias has a trio of new keyboards that feature the floating-key design pioneered by Corsair.

How to choose the best Apple Macbook Pro 15.4? – Fall 2016

Interested in the Apple 15.4" Macbook Pro but not sure which model is the right one for you? This article is here to help you.

PSVR hands on: a week with Sony’s virtual reality headset

Since my headset arrived last week, I've spent countless hours fixing cars, golfing, defusing bombs, and leaning perilously over the virtual abyss.

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