Clevo, a large OEM/ODM exclusively producing laptop computers, has announced three new laptops powered by the recently released Coffee Lake-S (desktop) CPUs. The flagship P870TM supports up to a 95W CPU in the hex-core i7-8700K and either a GTX 1070 or GTX 1080 as a single card or in SLI. Show More Summary
The RPCS3 Playstation 3 emulator now includes upscaling features that are capable of taking original PS3 games all the way up to an eye-popping 10K resolution. The post RPCS3 Emulator Turns Old PS3 Games Into Works of Art appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Not long after the company revealed that its hack affected 145.5 million people in the U.S. instead of the originally estimated 143 million, it said that 693,665 people were affected by the breach in the UK, too.
Even though MSI launched its line of Z370 based motherboards over a week ago, we are just now getting getting the full details on its Z370 Pro series motherboards.
When you get a new phone, it seems blazing fast and fun to use. A year or two later, probably not so much. Is that actually because the phone is slower, or have your standards just increased? The post Benchmarking Firm Says Apple Isn’t Slowing Down Your Old iPhone appeared first on ExtremeTech.
The Toshiba TR200 finally brings Toshiba's 3D NAND to the retail SSD market. Where Western Digital and SanDisk chose to go after Samsung's performance with their 64L 3D NAND SSDs, Toshiba's TR200 is an entry-level DRAMless SATA SSD that will have to compete solely on price. Show More Summary
SATA is one generation away from becoming a legacy technology. Toshiba has one last gasp for the aging technology that is on the cusp of extinction for many of our readers.
Today, less than 2 weeks since 17.9.3, AMD has released Radeon Software Crimson ReLive Edition 17.10.1, bringing support for Middle-earth: Shadow of War (launching today) and The Evil Within 2 (launching this Friday). 17.10.1 is also...Show More Summary
Oculus stands at a crossroads. It’s facing market threats from all sides, and its more or less walled-garden strategy looks more tenuous than ever.
Valve is getting ready to ramp up production of the SteamVR Tracking 2.0 base stations. The company sent out a request to SteamVR technology licensees asking for estimated purchase volumes for 2018 so that it can accurately target its production needs.
Tom's Hardware worked with kids to teach them how to build a PC. We put it all on video as part of our STEM Camp initiative.
The new Star Wars trailer dropped last night, and the movie looks as if it'll answer a lot of questions The Force Awakens didn't explain. We break it down, shot by shot. The post Star Wars: The Last Jedi Hints At Answers The Force Awakens Didn’t Deliver appeared first on ExtremeTech.
On the eve of Oculus’s annual Oculus Connect developer conference, the company threw a bone to the open-source hardware community by releasing documentation for the Rift Development Kit 2 (DK2) headset.
A new edition of Windows 10 called Windows 10 Pro for Workstations is coming soon, and the version realignment will likely increase costs for system builders. Those costs will probably end up being passed down to consumers, too. The post Microsoft May Be Planning Price Increases for Windows 10 appeared first on ExtremeTech.
Cooler Master announced the MasterCase H500P, which is the latest in the company’s MasterCase series of chassis.
The month-long extravaganza includes new skins for the game's heroes, fresh cosmetic items, and a new game mode that pits four people against zombie robots.
VPN services are often cited as a way to preserve your privacy online, and many of the claim to keep no logs that could potentially unmask users. But those non-existent logs apparently helped the FBI track down an internet stalker. The post Supposedly Non-Existent VPN Logs Help FBI Catch Internet Stalker appeared first on ExtremeTech.
You don't need to cough up the extra cash to enjoy more of "Assassin's Creed: Origins."
Nokia announced that it is refocussing Nokia Technologies to maximize its investment in digital health technology. As a result, the company will not be developing a new version of its stereoscopic OZO camera.
Accenture, a global management consulting and professional services firm, exposed sensitive information such as private keys, credentials, and secret API data of its Fortune 500 corporate clients on the web via four publicly-accessible servers.