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Sprint’s new “All-In” phone plans are a terrible deal for mobile video

Sprint is offering a new "all-in" plan that's mostly, well, all-out. As in, out of anything you'd actually want to pay for, with a per-month lease rate and abysmal data speeds.

Best Android tablets for work and play: July 2015 edition

It is no exaggeration to say that there are hundreds of different Android tablets on the market to choose from, but if you filter this down to "best" tablets then this list boils down to only a handful.

Microsoft UK reveals £77,777.77 Surface 3 'variant'

That's about US$122,000 for a bog-standard Surface, thanks to a very expensive LTE option Microsoft's UK store is offering a £77,777.77 variant of the Surface 3.…

System Builder Marathon Q2 2015: Value Comparison

Now that we’ve built four PCs with matching budgets, which builder, and which machine, owns the title of best performance for $1600?

System Builder Marathon Q2 2015: $1600 Mini Gaming PC

Because you asked for it, we put an Intel Core i5 and an Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 into a mini-ITX case. But how does it perform compared to its larger twin?

Windows 10 Build 10159 Released To Windows Insiders

Just yesterday, Microsoft released build 10158 to the Windows Insiders fast ring. I was going to write it up but I wanted to kick the tires on it first to give my thoughts to the changes. Normally there is plenty of time to do that, but today yet another build was released. Show More Summary

Tom's IT Pro: Dell Venue 11 Pro 5130 Enterprise Tablet Review

Tom's IT Pro compares Dell's Venue 11 Pro 5130 enterprise tablet against Lenovo’s ThinkPad 10 20C1 and HP’s ElitePad 1000 G2 business-class units.

Microsoft Pushes Out Back To Back Windows 10 Preview Builds, Promises Surprise

Windows announced another Windows 10 build, and if it seems like just yesterday that the company released its last build, that’s because it was.

IBM gets green light to sell off chips biz to GlobalFoundries

US regulators furrow brows, frown, nod IBM looks to be in the clear to sell off its ailing chippery division to GlobalFoundries after US regulators gave the deal the nod on Tuesday.…

New Apple OS X 10.10.4 update enables TRIM support for third-party SSDs

Apple has begun enabling TRIM support in its latest OS update if you install a third-party SSD -- but be advised, some SSDs don't work with the chosen method of TRIM.

Microsoft Windows 10 Build 10158: Almost ready for prime time

Microsoft released Windows 10 Insider Preview build 10158 on June 29, 2015 – exactly one month before the scheduled release of the final version on July 29. We took the newest version for a spin on an updated a Dell Venue 8 Pro tablet that was previously running the rather-buggy build 10130. The update process…

Here's What's Coming To Xbox On Windows 10 Next

Windows 10 Preview participants will soon have the opportunity to try out some more of the Xbox on Windows 10 features that have been promised on the upcoming OS.

'Civilization: Beyond Rising Tide' Expansion Shows Off Aquatic Settlements, New Factions

Firaxis Games finally revealed its E3 gameplay demo of "Rising Tide," the first expansion for "Civilization: Beyond Earth."

Scientists around the world wish you a Happy Asteroid Day

Happy Asteroid Day! It's the 107th anniversary of the Tunguska event and a timely moment to remind you there are deadly rocks in the sky that could totally ruin your 4th of July weekend.

EU Cripples Original Net Neutrality Proposal, Eliminates Roaming Fees

The European Union announced a final net neutrality proposal, which is to be approved by the EU Commission and the EU Parliament. The legislation weakens the previous proposal by the former Commission by allowing zero-rating and specialized services.

Adata Launches Compact, High-Performance M.2 SSD

Adata's SP600NS34 M.2 SSD packs up to 256 GB of space, fits into the smallest form factor, and supports Intel Smart Response Technology.

Introducing the Build-A-Rig Project: Company Configured PC Contest, Readers Win PCs

A while back Newegg approached us with an interesting offer. They wanted to regularly give away complete PCs to our readers, and they wanted our help in doing so. While it’s easy enough to hold a giveaway – something we’ve done numerous...Show More Summary

Nvidia's Shield Adds 'Half-Life 2: Episode Two,' Three More Games To Google Play

If you own the new Shield Android TV device, get ready for four new games via the Google Play Store.

EU demands Google to respond to antirust complaints by August 17th

Uh-oh, Google is in hot water with the European Union. Allegedly, Google started manipulating search results in some European markets as early as January 2008, and the European Commission is not happy about it. Now, Google has until August 17th to respond to the commission's claims.

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