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Samsung Unleashes Five New Curved Monitors

These curved monitors range from 23.5 inches to 29 inches.

Do stars make sound? Researchers say yes

A team of researchers have found the first evidence that stars generate a sound of their own -- although the result is distinctly otherworldly.

Do patents still work in today’s fast-moving tech landscape?

Patents are a complex and controversial topic, but just about everyone thinks the system needs to be improved.

AMD and Nvidia get ready for next-gen DirectX 12

Microsoft has yet to launch its next-generation DirectX 12 multimedia API, but AMD and Nvidia are both ready with hardware to support it.

ET deals: Alienware 17 R1 17.3-inch 3D gaming laptop for $1440

If you're looking to enjoy a real PC gaming experience wherever you go, it's time to invest in a full-fledged gaming laptop. Not sure where to start? Well, consider this Alienware 17 R1 from Dell -- it has a quad-core CPU, a beefy graphics card, and a 120Hz HD display. Better yet, we found a coupon today that will knock hundreds of dollars off the asking price.

The uncertain future of the Xbox One

Rumors continue to swirl that Microsoft would like out of the Xbox One business, even as the company talks up its cross-platform play. We dissect the rumors -- and the long-term potential.

Discreet fighting man: Battlefield Hardline

Woop woop, SSSSHHHH! It's the sometimes-stealthy sound of the police Game Theory  If there’s one area of the Battlefield formula you’d say needs most work, it would undoubtedly be its single-player component. Recent offerings have promised much in hyped-up trailers, showing blazing gunfights and falling buildings. Show More Summary

Vuze speeds up torrent downloads with swarm merging

Torrent client Vuze gains the ability to merge swarms with matching files to speed up downloads and revive dead torrents.

Corsair Releases Orange Dominator Platinum DDR4-3400 for GIGABYTE X99-SOC Champion

During CES earlier this year we spent some time at the Corsair booth and saw a beta system demoing an orange kit of DDR4-3400 modules on the X99-SOC Champion. It would seem that now those modules are finally coming to market, with the X99-SOC Champion being the lead platform due to the styling. Show More Summary

Galaxy S6: Most of the bloatware can be removed

One of the biggest complaints leveled at Android smartphones is the plethora of apps, many of which unwanted, that come preinstalled on the devices. Samsung has listened to this and has made the bloatware it installs on the Galaxy S6 user-removable.

Mature mainframe madness prints Mandlebrot fractal in TWELVE MINUTES

Welcome back to kah-zzeeep the dot matrix age A programmer better known for work on Arduino has shown off handy vintage mainframe skills, getting an ancient IBM 1401 to buzz away on its dot-matrix printer to produce the classic Mandelbrot fractal image.…

Patriot Ignite 480GB SSD Review

Patriot was quiet in the SSD space for a couple of years. But it's back now with a trio of new products, led by the Ignite. Inside, you'll find Phison's S10 quad-core controller and asynchronous 16nm flash.

Samsung buoyed by 'huge' Galaxy S6 preorders

Samsung, which saw profits tumble by 60 percent last year, is seeing an uptick in its fortunes thanks to stronger than anticipated Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge preorders.

Western Digital debuts 'world's most power-efficient' high-capacity 3.5-inch HDD for datacenters

Western Digital has introduced new datacenter hard drives that deliver the lowest power consumption of any high-capacity 3.5-inch hard drive available today.

Apple Watch, in pictures

Here's everything you need to know about the Apple Watch, from features to pricing and availability.

Apple Watch: Things we need to know

There's a lot we already know about the Apple Watch, but there's also a lot that we don't. Here are some questions I hope we will get answers to.

Apple boots Windows 7 out of Boot Camp

New Macs fall foul of Cupertino's Drill Sergeant The Cupertino fruit factory has decided to boot old versions of Windows out of the camp, quietly not-announcing that only Windows 8 and 10 will run on the latest flavours of the dual-boot "Boot Camp" utility that ships with this year's new Macs.…

The HTC One M9 Review: Part 1

For the most part, HTC’s story in the recent past has been well-understood. Starting with the G1, HTC was the first to adopt Android, with massive success as others lagged behind. However, around the time of the Sensation, we saw HTC’s fortunes peak and begin to fall. Show More Summary

Pass the Lollipop: Google creepily warms to body contact with Android lock function

Now thieves are encouraged to wrestle mobe from your hands Google, it would seem, has quietly released a new smart lock mode feature for Android-powered devices.…

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