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No one wants yearly Android releases

After a year, Android Marshmallow has barely managed to hit 7.5 percent, and in a few weeks Google will unveil the next release that no one will want.

Shuttle Reveals SZ170R8 Barebones PC With High-Capacity Storage Options

huttle announced a new small form factor (SFF) barebones PC that can store up to four 3.5-inch hard drives despite its limited footprint.

HP Pavilion Lineup Gets 32-Inch QHD Display

HP revealed a new 32-inch QHD display for its mainstream Pavilion lineup. The monitor offers a resolution of 2560 x 1440 at 60 Hz with wide viewing angles and rich colors with its 100 percent RGB color gamut.

Philips Goes Big With 43-Inch UltraClear 4K IPS Display

Philips announced a new 4K IPS display featuring an impressive screen size of 43 inches. If nothing else, the new Philips UltraClear 43-inch class 4K Ultra HD IPS LCD display is pretty huge.

Win 'ARK: Survival Evolved' In Our Steam Giveaway!

We’re proud to announce another great Steam giveaway for you! Up for grabs this week are three copies of "ARK: Survival Evolved."

Turtle Beach Elite Pro Headset Designed To Keep Ears Cool, Accommodates Glasses

Turtle Beach, maker of a number of high end gaming headsets, revealed the Elite Pro headset and accessories with innovative and refreshing features designed for eSports players.

Oculus shipping hardware to retail stores while pre-orders are delayed for months

Oculus has decided to prioritize shipping Rift to retail outlets, while consumers who pre-ordered months ago wait in (literal) line. It may make smart business sense, but it's an insult to the people who supported the company financially and have been waiting months already.

Sat TV biz Dish: I'm not an authorized iPhone repairer ... but $20 is $20

Budget telly outlet finds a second job to feed the kids Satellite TV service Dish has announced plans to moonlight as an unauthorized iPhone repair service.…

Michigan Bill Would Give Life Sentence To Car Hackers, As Car Hacking Threat Grows

Michigan Senators want to punish car hackers will life in prison through a couple of new Senate bills.

'Dishonored 2' Arrives On November 11

Arkane Studios' "Dishonored 2" is coming on November 11, but fans will get to see new gameplay footage next month at Bethesda's E3 event.

2017 BMW i3: The new normal for EVs is 100-plus miles range. If not 200.

With a more powerful battery (same size) packaging, BMW's i3 jumps from 81 to 114 miles on electricity. When it ships, BMW will be facing Chevrolet, Nissan and Tesla EVs with 200-mile ranges.

Possible new particle from LHC has physicists cautiously excited

Surprising readings from December just won't go away -- and unlike the LHC's last big particle, this one would upset physics rather than confirming it.

Windows drops below 90% market share for the first time in years; Windows 7 falls below 50%

Microsoft's total share of the operating system market has dropped below 90% for the first time in at least a decade. Windows 7 dipped below 50% as well last month, but it's still the most popular Microsoft OS by a long shot.

Samsung Gear VR: Virtual Reality for the Average Consumer

After years of prototypes and last year’s first stab, the Samsung and Oculus partnership has produced the first-ever consumer-ready version of the Gear VR headset. It is smaller, lighter, and at $99, quite a bit cheaper, than previous versions. Show More Summary

Wooting One Analog Keyboard Coming With Optical Flaretech Switches

The Wooting One offers gradations of pressure on each key, as well as Flaretech optical switches.

Adata Seeks To Dazzle With LED Lights On Its XPG DDR4 RAM Lineup

Adata announced the launch of a new lineup of DDR4 memory modules designed for PC enthusiasts who love to show off their rigs. The company’s new XPG Dazzle DDR4 lineup features LED strips that light up the memory modules.

How Intel lost $10 billion — and the mobile market

How did Intel -- the most advanced foundry in the world -- manage to spend so many billions of dollars on mobile technology with so little to show for it?

Scientists use lasers to create the brightest artificial star in the sky

The latest addition to the ESO's Very Large Telescope will let it image all new targets -- by using high-powered lasers to create one all its own.

New malware takes advantage of Windows ‘God Mode’ to evade detection

God Mode can make your computer more powerful with a batch of handy shortcuts, but the same trick is now being exploited by malware.

Comtrend PG-9172 Powerline Adapter Review: Gets Primed for Retail Push

The battle between HomePlug and HomeGrid to emerge as the de-facto powerline networking standard was quite interesting between 2010 and 2013. However, despite silicon getting demonstrated at various trade shows, was unable to get a retail product out for a long time. Show More Summary

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