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Watch Us Play 'Battlefield 1' Today At 1pm PDT

If you're still on the fence about "Battlefield 1," check out our livestream event of the game later today to see if it's worth your money.

Choose Your Own VR: Onix VR Is Building A Modular HMD With A Curved 120Hz 4K Display

Onix VR is building a modular VR HMD that will let you pick and choose the functionality you want. Onix VR designed the headset to be upgraded from a tethered device to a wireless device, or to a standalone HMD.

Part 1: DirectX 11 Gaming And Multi-Core CPU Scaling

We test five theoretical Intel CPUs in 10 different DirectX 11-based games to determine what impact core count has on performance.

Vrvana Totem Mixed Reality HMD Prototype: Beyond Expectations

Immersed 2016 ran from October 16 -18, and there were plenty of exhibits to take in, but none of them were quite as impressive as the Vrvana Totem mixed reality headset.

Moto Z Play Review: 8-Cores And Insane Battery Life

Moto introduced the Moto Z family back in July with the launch of the Moto Z and Moto Z Force. Packed with flagship worthy hardware like the Qualcomm Snapdragon 820, both phones made a serious statement (click for full review) thanks to their modular capabilities, by way of Moto Mods. Moto Mods tune the already premium smartphones to...

Tesla claims it can control how customers use its self-driving car

Tesla now includes language that bans drivers from competing ride-sharing services like Uber. If you want to make money with your Tesla, you'll have to use its own software.

Trouble around Mars and Jupiter: this week in space

Extraterrestrial exploration has 99 problems, and Schiaparelli and Juno are two. Thankfully there's a new deep zoom into Eta Carinae in which we can drown our collective sorrows.

How to install the Android 7.1 developer preview on your device

Google starts testing Android 7.1 on Nexus devices, and you can try it right now... as long as you've got the right hardware.

The Best deals on Laptops, Components, Tablets, Smartphones, Accessories and more: October 21st

Do you want the best deals but have no time to research or not enough knowledge to figure out what is and what isn’t a good deal? I’m here to help you. With 15 years of experience (See my About page) with computer hardware, researching, staying up-to-date with new products, performance and prices, I know […]

iPhone 7 storage tests show higher-end models are significantly faster than the 32GB version

Apple's 32GB iPhone 7 is significantly slower than its 128-256GB models -- and the difference is large enough that it could impact your experience with the device, depending on how often you copy data on and off it.

Mission control has lost contact with the ESA’s ExoMars lander

The ESA is one for two this game; their orbiter is doing fine, but they've lost contact with the Schiaparelli lander -- and the prognosis doesn't look good.

IBM claims moving to Mac drastically reduced support calls, operating costs

IBM just declared that using Macs saves them hundreds of dollars over a four-year period. The claim may be true, but we'd like to see the supporting evidence.

Samsung Introduces 8 GB LPDDR4-4266 Package for Mobile Devices

Samsung this week announced its first LPDDR4 memory chips made using its 10nm-class DRAM fabrication technology. The new DRAM ICs feature the industry’s highest density of 16 Gb, are rated to run at 4266 MT/s data rate, and open theShow More Summary

Seagate Introduces BarraCuda 2.5” HDDs with Up to 5 TB Capacity

Seagate has formally introduced a new family of hard drives in the 2.5” form-factor. It is designed for laptops as well as external storage solutions. The new BarraCuda HDDs are based on 1 TB shingled magnetic recording platters and Seagate’s multi-tier caching technology. Show More Summary

Seagate Launches FireCuda SSHDs: Up to 2 TB, SMR, 8 GB of NAND

Seagate has officially introduced its fifth-generation solid-state hybrid drives (SSHDs) under the FireCuda brand name. They have a thinner form-factor compared to previous-gen solutions. The drives use Seagate’s 1 TB SMR platters as well as the company’s multi-tier cache technology. Show More Summary

Samsung CFG70: Curved 144Hz Displays with Quantum Dot Backlighting and AMD FreeSync

Samsung was among the first television manufacturers to use quantum dot technology for its products, and this week the company has continued that trend by introducing the industry’s first curved monitors for gamers featuring quantum dots. Show More Summary

The Cooler Master Master Keys Pro L White Mechanical Keyboard Review

Cooler Master is a very familiar brand name amongst enthusiasts, with a virtually endless lineup of products ranging from PC cases and coolers to peripherals and accessories. In this review we are having a look at one of Cooler Master’s latest and most popular mechanical keyboards, the Master Keys Pro L White.

Inateck FE2010 and UA1001 SATA - USB 3.0 Storage Bridges Review

Storage bridges come in many varieties within the internal and external market segments. On the external side, they usually have one or more downstream SATA ports. The most popular uplink port is some sort of USB connection. eSATA as an uplink interface is on the way out. Show More Summary

AMD Releases Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.10.2

We are now wading through the blockbuster season for the PC gaming industry. Consequently, the list of fixes is on the shorter side this time around, but AMD is adding official support for five titles coming out over the near future, with two games bundling in updated CrossFire profiles as well. Show More Summary

AMD Announces Q3 2016 Financial Results

Today AMD announced their third quarter earnings for the fiscal year 2016. Revenue was up to $1.307 billion, up 23% from a year ago. However their operating income and net income were not quite so lucky, with AMD showing an operating...Show More Summary

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