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Microsoft kills the last remnants of Nokia, will lay off 1,850 people

Microsoft announced today that it would lay off the last Nokia employees and take a $950 million hit to write down its Nokia purchase. RIP Windows 10 Mobile.

The reviews are in: Blizzard’s Overwatch is worth every penny

When the open beta of Overwatch launched earlier this month, the hype around Blizzard's newest release hit a fever pitch. Gamers acquired a taste for this team-based shooter, and the weeks between the beta and the final release were nothing less than torturous if the countless posts on social media are to be believed. Show More Summary

Samsung Expands 750 EVO SSD Lineup with 500 GB Model, Changes Positioning

When Samsung released its 750 EVO lineup of SSDs based on planar TLC NAND flash memory earlier this year, it seemed like a big surprise, as the company was first to ramp up production of 3D NAND memory and to use it for SSDs. Apparently,...Show More Summary

Report claims smaller Xbox One coming soon, more powerful model, possible Oculus Rift support arrive in 2017

Microsoft is reportedly working on a more powerful Xbox One for 2017, while a slimmed down model will launch this year. If true, this would hand the PS4 Neo dominance of this year's Christmas holiday at a time when the Xbox One is already lagging its rival.

ET deals: Get 25% off your first two months on TPO Mobile

If you'd like to save money on your monthly cell bill, and help out a good cause at the same time, consider switching your phone service to TPO Mobile. Apply today's coupon code when you check out, and you'll get 25% off your first two months of unlimited voice minutes, unlimited text messages, and 2GB of data.

Hooves in spaaace: Goat Simulator goes galactic

Caprine capers continue with Waste of Space expansion Swedish games outfit Coffee Stain Studios has announced it's releasing a galactic expansion to its popular 2014 ram-'em-up Goat Simulator, which finally offered goat wannabes the chance to fulfil their caprine fantasies.…

Corsair Bulldog Barebones Chassis Unleashed, Available For Preorder

The Corsair Bulldog High Performance PC Kit is now available for preorder and is preconfigured with or without a motherboard.

'Hitman' Takes To The Streets Of Marrakesh On May 31

The next episode of "Hitman" will show off the crowded streets of Marrakesh as you'll have to take out two targets for 47's latest mission.

Market Trends Q1 2016: Shipments of SSDs Up 32.7% Year-over-Year

Shipments of SSDs in the first quarter of 2016 were up 32.7% compared to the same period a year ago, according to findings of TrendFocus, a storage market tracking company. Sales of all types of SSDs, including those for client and server...Show More Summary

Solar superflares may have gotten life started on early Earth

It turns out that a violent assault on Earth's magnetosphere could have broken through the planetary radiation shield, and create the conditions necessary for life.

Ancient alien life may be harder to detect than we thought thanks to radiation

We may have to dig deep to detect the remains of ancient alien life in our solar system.

Living Room Gaming With Corsair’s Lapdog, Hands On

Corsair has tried--and mostly succeeded--to bring high-end peripherals into the living room to give us the lean-back PC gaming experience we've been pining for.

A New Strategy: 'Civilization VI,' Hands On

Throw your old strategy out the window. "Civilization VI" will force you to come up with new ways to expand and flourish your empire with its new mechanics.

MSI X99A Godlike Gaming ATX Motherboard Review

MSI's latest X99 motherboard invokes divinity. Does it deserve our worship, or is it a false idol?

Nokia Is Set to Return to Smartphones and Tablets: What to Expect?

For several months now, the management of Nokia has been talking about the possible return of the brand to the smartphone market, but emphasized multiple times that the corporation itself is no longer interested in producing, or selling handsets itself. Show More Summary

The Toshiba OCZ RD400 (256GB, 512GB, 1TB) M.2 PCIe SSD Review

Having recently assimilated OCZ and turned it into an enthusiast-oriented consumer brand, Toshiba has released their first M.2 PCIe SSD into the consumer market. Initially previewed by OCZ as the RevoDrive 400 and now simply the OCZ RD400, it is a high-end PCIe 3 NVMe SSD based on last year's OEM-only Toshiba XG3.

Toshiba Revamps OCZ Brand

Over the past few months, Toshiba has started fully assimilating & integrating OCZ, the SSD business they acquired from bankruptcy in 2014. Rather than just absorb OCZ's SSD-related assets like the Indilinx SSD controllers, Toshiba kept the business relatively intact as the independently operated subsidiary OCZ Storage Solutions. Show More Summary

AltspaceVR FrontRow Offers Limitless Capacity For Live Virtual Events

Imagine a performance event with unlimited tickets. No matter how many people showed up before you, there would always be a spot for you. AltspaceVR’s FrontRow is making that dream into a possibility.

Essential iPad accessories

Love your iPad (again?) by kitting it out with some new accessories. And if you also own an iPhone, then many of these will also work just fine with that too.

Valve Releases OpenVR SDK 1.0, Grants Devs Access To Vive Camera

Valve released a stable version of the OpenVR SDK that marks the first time third-party developers have had access to the Vive’s front-facing camera.

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