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Tired Of Lollipops? Try A Marshmallow

Google announced that it will push the latest Android 6.0 Marshmallow out to several Nexus devices today, bringing out several new features exclusive to the new OS.

Valve Partners With GameStop, EB Games, And GAME UK For Steam Section In Stores

GameStop, EB Games, and GAME UK will all have a Steam section in their many stores for customers to check out the Steam Controller, Link, and Machines.

Microsoft's big Tuesday reveal – new mobes and slabs? Win 10 shock?

Possibly new fitness hardware as well Microsoft has scheduled one of its biggest press conferences of the year on Tuesday in New York, and The Register will be there for the show. But leaks ahead of time suggest we'll be seeing a lot of new hardware and possibly some software tricks as well.…

Yezz Announces Smartphones With Google Cardboard VR Bundle Starting At Under $99

Yezz announced the launch of the Andy 5VR and Andy 5.5VR smartphones, which are Android devices that seemingly offer all the accessories needed to provide a more immersive VR experience.

Ten years after their debut, autonomous trucks are finally hitting the roads

Driverless giant trucks cruising the road may seem a little dystopian, but autonomous systems promise to reduce fuel consumption and be a driver's best friend.

Ad blocking for the masses, part three: Apple iOS 9 and the future of web browsing

Three ad-blocking extensions raced to the top of the iTunes store’s paid app category soon after iOS 9 was released -- and then one was promptly pulled.

Patriot Increases Speeds With Latest Viper 4 DDR4 Kit

Patriot announced another extension of the Viper 4 series of DDR4 RAM, and at 3600 MHz, this dual-channel kit is the fastest DDR4 memory that the company has released yet.

The great graphing calculator ripoff

Texas instruments' has a near total lock on the graphing calculator market, and the company's prices prove it.

Early report sheds first light on why VW cheated, chairman warns emissions scandal could kill the company

Evidence in VW's cheating scandal continues to come to light -- including the reason why the company chose to cheat in the first place.

Carrier Approvals Make Monthly Security Updates 'Not Realistic,' Says HTC

HTC USA President Jason Mackenzie said that the slow carrier approval processes of monthly security patches are not realistic, and he doubted Samsung's and LG's ability to offer them in a timely manner as promised.

Custom Button Assignments Coming To All Xbox One Controllers

It turns out you don't have to buy the new Xbox Elite Controller to customize button assignments as the feature is coming for all controllers in the near future.

Win 'Grim Fandango Remastered' From Tom's Hardware Community!

We're celebrating Halloween early by giving away "Grim Fandango Remastered!"

Rise of der Maschinen: Daimler trials ROBOT LORRY in Germany

Relieves driver on 'monotonous stretches'. That'll end well Daimler has sent out a robot-chauffeured lorry on German motorways for the first time.…

Doom gets ported to the Apple Watch, to our utter horror (and fascination)

Doom on an Apple Watch -- which is possibly the best use of the Apple Watch we've seen to date, as far as we're concerned.

The LG V10 Smartphone: A Metal Mobile Video Shooting Powerhouse (Hands On)

LG announced latest smartphone, the 5.7-inch LG V10, is a new flagship that is part of a new V-series of phones from the company and features some unique innovations such as a secondary display, stainless steel construction and a manual video mode.

Adobe teases new Photoshop Fix, Lightroom upgrades at Max conference

Adobe unleashed a wide-range of new features and applications at Adobe MAX today. There is something for everyone. We give you a rundown.

J-Display demos first 17.3-inch 8K panel

The first 8K monitor is reportedly ready to roll, but there are unanswered questions about its capabilities.

Microsoft buys Havok physics from Intel, could boost Xbox One cloud gaming

Havok has long had a reputation for running on just about every platform known to man, from game consoles to PCs and even smartphones.

The Acer Aspire S7-393 Review: Broadwell Comes To Acer's Ultrabook

The last time we got a chance to try out the Acer Aspire S7, it was back in 2013. At the time it was a big step up from Acer, and the Ivy Bridge based S7 came with one of the slimmest and lightest bodies of that era. That was 2013. In 2015, the competition in the Ultrabook space has not sat idly by. Show More Summary

Cougar MX200 Case Review

The Cougar MX200 is an inexpensible mid-tower case with two 5.25” and six 3.5” bays. Let's see if it is a good choice. The post Cougar MX200 Case Review appeared first on Hardware Secrets.

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