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LG 24GM77 27-inch 144Hz Gaming Monitor Review

While G-Sync-capable monitors still command a price premium, 144Hz panels have dropped in price. Today we’re checking out LG’s 24GM77, a full-featured gaming display that offers speed and motion blur-reduction.

OCZ Releases Vector 180 SSD And New SSD Guru Management Tool

OCZ Storage Solutions, a Toshiba Group Company, released the new Vector 180 series today.

BitWhisper: Stealing data from non-networked computers using heat

BitWhisper could snatch data from secure computer networks by monitoring heat output with a second, unassuming computer.

Early adopter: Microsoft’s Windows 10 will support up to 8K displays

Windows 10 will treat 4K as a first class citizen and plans to support 8K, despite that standard being years from common. Is Microsoft hedging its bets, or planning a fast resolution transition?

Cougar's 300M Gaming Mouse Offers 7 Programmable Buttons, 3 Profiles for $39.99

Cougar's latest mouse also includes LED lighting so you can customize which colors to display for certain DPI settings and profiles.

OCZ Vector 180 960GB SSD Review

One drive failure is too many in the eyes of OCZ Storage Solutions, so the company is addressing a potential point of failure in its new Vector 180 by adding a capacitor to ensure data at rest can make it to the flash should you lose power.

Google discovers new security holes in SSL — is the entire system fundamentally flawed?

Google has discovered a flaw in an intermediate certificate authority and revoked its permissions, but the problem points to root issues with the SSL system. Can they be fixed? Google wants to try.

The OCZ Vector 180 (240GB, 480GB & 960GB) SSD Review

OCZ has been teasing the Vector 180 for quite some time now. The first hint of the drive was unveiled over nine months ago at Computex 2014 where OCZ displayed a Vector SSD with power loss protection, but the concept of 'full power loss protection for the enterprise segment' as it existed back then never made it to the market. Show More Summary

Solar energy could soon get a 2-for-1 boost with tandem cells

New research claims adding an inexpensive perovskite solar cell to a traditional silicon cell could finally improve solar power efficiency in a meaningful way.

GIGABYTE Server Releases ARM Solutions using AppliedMicro and Annapurna Labs SoCs

As Johan points out in his deep dive of ARM in the server market, given a focused strategy new ARM solutions can offer the potential to disrupt some very typical x86 applications. Migrating from the ARM instruction sets or the ARM architecture...Show More Summary

Logitech Replaces Performance Mouse MX With $99 MX Master

Logitech's latest mouse features a gesture button and the ability to automatically shift the scrolling speed between the traditional click scroll to "hyperfast" scroll depending on your scrolling speed.

The End: Betting on the ultimate fate of our universe

A recent paper simply titled, 'The End', that has been incubating over on the Arxiv preprint server has just been promoted to peer-publication status in Physical Review Letters. In it the authors wager the ultimate prediction: not only will there be an Armageddon, but the collapse of the universe will start to kick in a few tens of billions of years from today.

Kingston unveils high-speed HyperX Predator PCIe SSD

Kingston's new HyperX Predator PCIe SSD is an upgrade part that brings read speed of up to 1400MB/s and write speeds hitting 1000MB/s to desktop and notebook systems.

ET deals: HP ENVY 700xt quad-core desktop for $585

Desktop PCs have become less popular in recent years, but don't let that discourage you from taking advantage of some major horsepower at a surprisingly affordable price. For example, this ENVY 700xt desktop from HP has a powerful quad-core processor and plenty of storage. Show More Summary

Lenovo And Huawei Launch Sub-$200 Budget Smartphones For Asian Markets

Lenovo and Huawei launched budget phones for under $200 in the Asian markets.

The Rosewill Photon 1050W Review

It has been nearly three years since our last review of a Rosewill PSU and the company is now back with an entirely new series, the Photon. With the Photon, Rosewill hopes to entice enthusiasts and advanced users. Does it have what it takes to lure such a demanding users group? We will find out in this review.


Telepresence 'bot market growing at more than 50 per cent a year Over the last couple of years The Reg has occasionally reported on “telepresence robots”, devices that beam your beaming smile onto a monitor carried atop a motorised trolley that rolls around a remote office.…

Acer Announces $499 Price Tag For XG270HU FreeSync Monitor

With both FreeSync and G-Sync now available, companies like Acer are quickly implementing both technologies into two variants of the same monitor.

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