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Best Computer Monitors: March 2015

After rigorous testing, we conferred awards on these displays as the best in class for the following segments: gaming, business, professional, Ultra HD, ultra-wide and jumbo.

MindMaze VR Lets You Control Games With Your Brain

MindMaze's VR platform features brain sensors that gives the player the ability to control the game with their brainwaves.

Nvidia’s Grid moves out of beta with premium tier, free games

Nvidia isn't just launching a new Android set-top box, it's expanding its Grid product as well. The company wants to improve and expand on its streaming service and boost the capability across the US.

Nvidia Announces The GTX Titan X; Features Maxwell, 8-Billion Transistors

Nvidia just surprised us all by spontaneously announcing the Titan X at a press conference hosted by Epic.

Latest Ubuntu For Mobile Hands-On, U.S. Model Coming

We had a chance to look at the latest version of Ubuntu running on some hot fresh hardware. There is not yet a U.S. phone with Ubuntu, but Canonical CEO Mark Shuttleworth told us that one is coming.

Not dead yet: AMD’s Mantle powers new Vulkan API, VR efforts

AMD's Mantle has been loudly proclaimed as dead following the launch of the Vulkan API yesterday, but that's not an accurate reading of the situation. Much of Mantle lives on in Vulkan.

HTC One M9, Hands-On At MWC 2015

After months of rumors, speculations and leaks HTC finally showed off its latest flagship handset, the One M9, at Mobile World Congress 2015.

Razer Updates OSVR, Grabs New Partners

Razer continues to get more support for OSVR, grabbing big names such as Ubisoft and giving the device more features such as 1080p resolution as well as positional tracking, and augmented reality.

With $199 Shield console, Nvidia targets Sony, Microsoft, Amazon

Nvidia's $199 Shield console takes on the PS4 and Xbox One as well as set top boxes from Amazon and Roku. But will it have what it takes?

Quantum radar can detect what’s invisible to regular radar

Its not just quantum computers that make use of entangled particles these days, everything from atomic clocks and unbreakable codes to the magnetic navigation abilities of birds can all exploit these effects. The latest application uses correlations between entangled microwave and optical beams to detect objects of low reflectivity, creating in effect, a quantum radar.

ET deals: Dell 4K 27-inch LED-lit monitor for $540

We've been hearing about 4K displays for years now, but monitors of that caliber have been extraordinarily expensive until recently. Luckily, prices have been tumbling lately, and so this excellent 27-inch 4K monitor from Dell is being sold at a steep discount. Simply use our coupon code in your cart, and you'll save over $150 off of the original price.

Dark energy camera accidentally snaps stunning 570-megapixel comet photo

An incredible new shot of the comet C2014 Q2 (Lovejoy) is even more amazing for having been captured by accident!

Saygus aims buffed up V2 Android mobe at Samsung

Shows Koreans where to stick the memory MWC 2015  At a pre-MWC preview, Utah-based Saygus showed off its V 2 Android phone, which turns up a notch all the specs.…

SanDisk Steps Into Storage Arrays: Launches InfiniFlash Series with Up to 512TB in 3U at

As a rather unexpected move, SanDisk has announced that it will be stepping into the storage array business with its in-house designed InfiniFlash all-flash array series. The driving force behind SanDisk's strategy is big data as the current solutions on the market don't meet all the needs that big data customers have. Show More Summary

Western Digital My Cloud DL4100 Business NAS Review

Western Digital is a comparatively recent entrant to the fast-growing NAS market. Despite having had a Windows Storage Server-based product for business users for some time now, a custom embedded-Linux based SMB-targeted model was lacking. Show More Summary

NVIDIA Announces SHIELD Console: Tegra X1 Android TV Box Shipping In May

Today NVIDIA has announced their latest addition to the SHIELD product family, the SHIELD Console. Launching in May at $199, the SHIELD Console is a combination microconsole and Android TV box, offering Android TV functionality along with two forms of gaming. Show More Summary

NVIDIA GRID Game Streaming Service To Become Commercial Service

As part of NVIDIA’s suite of GDC 2015 announcements, the company has announced that their GRID game streaming service is getting a promotion from beta to a commercial service. First introduced back in 2013 as a beta project for NVIDIA’s...Show More Summary

NVIDIA Unveils Tegra X1 Powered SHIELD Console. Yes, It Can Run Crysis.

NVIDIA just wrapped up an event in San Francisco, where the Game Developers Conference (GDC) is currently underway, at which the company unveiled a new Android TV streamer, game console, and supercomputer as NVIDIA’s Jen Hsun Huang calls it, all wrapped up in a single, ultra-slim device—the new NVIDIA SHIELD.The NVIDIA SHIELD Console...

Nvidia Shield: 4K Streaming And Gaming For The Living Room

Following the release of Nvidia's handheld Shield portable gaming device, Shield tablet for gamers, and Shield controller, it was only natural that the company followed up with a Shield set-top-box for the living room.

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