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ET deals roundup: Save big on HDTVs

While this 3D smart TV usually retails for nearly $1500, Dell is selling it now at a whopping $600 discount. And not only does it offer video streaming, it also features game streaming with PlayStation Now.

Antec Teases At A $499 Flagship Signature-Series S10 Case

Antec is teasing a very expensive new flagship PC enclosure, but doesn't really tell us anything about it. (Yes, we know, that's what teasers are supposed to be).

CableMod Makes You Work For DIY Cable Extensions

If you were upset that you couldn't use CableMod's beautiful sleeved cables in your system because you don't have a compatible PSU, be upset no more! CableMod's DIY Extension Cables have come to the rescue.

The US is in danger of losing its technological edge

The United States had better get to work and work collectively to address competitive challenges, or we will all fail together and fall further behind for sure.

Microsoft Introduces Phone Companion App For Windows 10, Confirms Cortana Coming To Android, iOS

Windows 10 wants to work not just with Windows phones, but Android and iOS devices as well. Luckily, Microsoft made an app for that purpose.

Is paying a monthly fee for pro A/V software in your future?

Are you buying software, or merely renting it? Let's take a look at some popular audio and video applications, and examine their licenses to see exactly what you’re getting.

Qualcomm's Sense ID Fingerprint Reader To Be Used By Japan's Largest Wireless Carrier

Qualcomm's Sense ID fingerprint authentication technology will be used for biometric online authentication by NTT Docomo, Japan's largest wireless carrier.

The Looming Smartphone Paradigm Split

There's a coming split in the smartphone market between high-end flagship devices and a smattering of lower-end smartphones, and what they're used for. (And it's a good thing.)

Opera Max Data-Saving App Brings Wi-Fi Data Compression In New Version

Opera announced a new version of its Opera Max application today, which comes with support for Wi-Fi data compression.

DARPA laser scanning: Bending light with a microchip

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has demonstrated solid-state optical phased array technology in a microchip, bringing the ability to bend light to the battlefront.

Samsung Shows Off ARTIK Platform for IoT (Especially Drones)

Samsung Semiconductor's Open House event in San Francisco showcased the firm's new ARTIK platform, which it hopes will become a developer's tool of choice when building for the Internet of Things (IoT).

The ASUS Zenfone 2 Review

ASUS is not new to the smartphone market. Since the days of Windows Mobile (not the new Windows Mobile) they've been selling smartphones. But when it comes to Android devices they've been primarily focused on tablets. ASUS worked with Google to design and manufacture both generations of the Nexus 7, which was beloved by Android enthusiasts. Show More Summary

SanDisk Releases Z400s SSD for Mainstream PCs & Embedded Applications

With Computex only a week away, SanDisk is taking a head start today with the release of Z400s SSD. SanDisk is aiming to cater two different markets with the X400s, the first one being the traditional mainstream PC space where SanDisk...Show More Summary

Asus GeForce GTX 960 Strix OC Edition Review

With Asus' celebrated DirectCU II cooling, an attractive price tag and Nvidia's GM206 GPU, the GeForce GTX 960 Strix OC Edition has all the makings of a winner.

Qualcomm, Daimler in wireless comms, charging tie-up

Oh Lord, won't you buy me a Mercedes Benz in which to charge my smartmobe? Qualcomm's won a deal with Daimler (whose Mercedes AMG Petronas F1 team it sponsors) to push wireless tech into the latter's luxury cars. The two also reckon they'll try and crack the tough nut of charging electric vehicles without cables.…

Chap mines Bitcoin with PUNCH CARDS and ancient mainframe

IBM Model 1401 can hash, will produce a Bitcoin some time after the Sun explodes Vintage hardware enthusiast Ken Shirriff has shown that a model 1401 mainframe, which IBM announced in 1959, can mine Bitcoin. If, that is, your definition of mining includes “chugging away at the problem until pretty close to the heat-death of the universe.”…

Hide My Ass! VPN Service Review

Our readers have weighed in with their own assessments of popular VPN Service HMA!, to which we’ve added our own hands-on test results.

Intel 750 Series 400GB Versus Samsung SM951 512GB

We're pitting Intel's 400GB SSD 750 against Samsung's 512GB SM951 because they're the fastest PCIe-based drives in their respective categories today.

Land Rover's return: Last orders and leather seats for Defender nerds

Blighty's Jeep – done in a thoroughly British way Geek's Guide to Britain  We all know there’s only on one true Land Rover: the Defender. A cheerful, competent, boxy-shaped device that’s been in production since 1948, inspired by the Jeep, the Allies' WWII workhorse.…

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