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Did Steam’s new refund policy force WB to pull Arkham Knight?

Steam's new refund system has only been in effect for a few weeks but it may have already sent a shockwave through game distribution. WB Interactive's decision to pull the PC version of Arkham Knight is nearly unprecedented for a AAA title, and refund-seeking gamers may have driven the trend.

The MSI GT80 Titan Review: The Broadwell Gaming Laptop Your Desktop Envies

I was lucky enough to be on-hand when MSI launched the GT80 Titan at CES. It was a big event for them, and all of the MSI people were quite excited about the unique device they had come out with. Over the last couple of years, thereShow More Summary

'Star Wars: Battlefront' Amazes With Snowy Demo At E3

Welcome back to the war. E3 2015 wouldn't be complete without some hands-on time with the new "Star Wars: Battlefront."

Rosewill Quark 1000 Power Supply Review

Today we take a look at Rosewill's Quark 1000. In addition to 80 PLUS Platinum efficiency and fully modular cabling, this $200 unit can support multiple GPUs.

Apple wants to patent iBeacon stalking

'Find a friend', what could possibly go wrong? The fruit of Apple's 2013 acquisition of indoor mapper WiFiSlam seems to have fallen from the tree and landed at the patent office, with Cupertino filing for a find-my-friends feature.…

Zalman ZM-T3 Case Review

The Zalman ZM-T3 is a low-cost, mini-tower computer case, supporting microATX and Mini-ITX motherboards. Let's analyze it.

ASUS H81M-A Motherboard

The ASUS H81M-A is a value motherboard for socket LGA1150 processors, based on the Intel H81 chipset. Let's see if is it a a good motherboard for building inexpensive PCs.

Corsair Force LS 120 GiB SSD Review

Let’s test the Corsair Force LS, a value 120 GiB SSD, and see how it compares to the popular Kingston SSDNow V300 120 GiB unit.

Thermaltake Water 3.0 Ultimate CPU Cooler Review

Let’s test the Thermaltake Water 3.0 Ultimate, a sealed liquid cooling system for CPUs, with a 360 mm radiator cooled by three 120 mm fans.

Toshiba Canvio Connect 2 TB External HDD Review

We tested the 2 TB Toshiba Canvio Connect portable external hard disk drive, which uses the USB 3.0 interface. Let's see if it is a good product.

Motorola Moto E 2nd Gen. Smartphone Review

Let's test the second generation of the Motorola Moto E, a value smartphone with a 4.5-inch, 960 x 540 screen, a quad-core 1.2 GHz CPU, 5 Mpixel camera, running Android 5.0.

ASRock FM2A88X-ITX+ Motherboard

Let’s examine the ASRock FM2A88X-ITX+, a Mini-ITX socket FM2+ motherboard based on the A88X chipset, with high-end audio interface, targeted to small form-factor (SFF) computers.

GeForce GTX TITAN X Video Card Review

The GeForce GTX TITAN X is the most powerful single-GPU video card available today, with 3,072 processing cores and 12 GiB of memory working at 7 GHz, among other features. Let's test this monster.

A10-7800 CPU Review

We tested the A10-7800, a quad-core socket FM2+ processor from AMD with a Radeon R7 integrated GPU, codenamed Kaveri. Check it out!

Samsung Galaxy A5 Smartphone Review

The Galaxy A5 is a new smartphone from Samsung. It has a five-inch, 1280 x 720 HD screen, a quad-core CPU, 13 Mpixel main camera, a 5 MP frontal camera, and runs Android 4.4. Let's take a good look at it!

Windows 10 Mobile Insider Preview Build 10149 Out Now In The Fast Ring

Microsoft announced that the next iteration of Windows 10 Mobile has been released to the Insider Preview fast lane. The new version fixes a number of issues, improves some features, and finally introduces the Edge branding for the new browser.

Google takes latest self-driving buggies to the streets

Relax, Mountain View, they'll have drivers… for now Google has begun public road tests for a line of self-driving cars designed to be free of such fripperies as a steering wheel or pedals.…

Apple apes Microsoft with iPhone BLUE SCREEN OF DEATH

Fanbois on T-Mobile US confounded by mystery crashes T-Mobile users with iPhones are being beset by a mysterious issue that causes their handsets to randomly flash a blue screen and then reset itself.…

Report claims Intel will delay 10nm Cannonlake CPUs, substitute new 14nm products

A new rumor suggests that Intel's Cannonlake could be delayed for an unknown period of time. We saw similar trouble with Broadwell -- as nodes get smaller, the difficulty of making each transition is steadily rising.

Fighting For Survival In 'The Division'

With The Division set for release in March (barring any delays), we finally were able to play it at E3. The demo featured a new area called the Dark Zone, which contains valuable weapons and gear up for grabs.

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