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You Can 3D Print Parts For Your Asus Motherboard, And More

There has never been so many options for PC modders. Asus is taking PC customization to new heights by offering CAD files that you can use to create customized motherboard components you can print at home on your own 3D printer.

Click, Clack, Buzz: Cooler Master Masterkeys Lite L RGB Combo, Hands On

Cooler Master's latest "mem-chanical" keyboard comes with a mouse and offers nice RGB lighting but poor typing performance.

Hot Chips 2016: Memory Vendors Discuss Ideas for Future Memory Tech - DDR5, Cheap HBM, & More

Continuing our Hot Chips 2016 coverage for the evening, along with the requisite presentations on processors, several of the major players in the memory industry are also at the event making their own presentations. A fast chip is only...Show More Summary

Hot Chips 2016: NVIDIA Pascal GP100 Die Shot Released

The first day of conference sessions wrapped up earlier this evening at the annual Hot Chips symposium. One of the computing industry’s lower-key events, the IEEE conference for high performance chips is not a venue for product announcements,...Show More Summary

Microsoft's HoloLens secret sauce: A 28nm 24-core DSP custom brain built by TSMC

How to make your own virtual reality brain Hot Chips  Microsoft today revealed a first look at the inside of its Holographic Processing Unit (HPU) chip used in its virtual reality HoloLens specs.…

Neural network spotted deep inside Samsung's Galaxy S7 silicon brain

Secrets of Exynos M1 cores spilled Hot Chips  Samsung has revealed the blueprints to its mystery M1 processor cores at the heart of its S7 and S7 Edge smartphones.…

Nvidia quietly launches new GTX 1060 3GB with fewer cores, $200 price point

Nvidia quietly launched a new GTX 1060, aimed at the $200 price point last week. Is the cost savings worth cutting 3GB of RAM off the GPU?

T-Mobile’s new ‘unlimited’ plan is a blatant violation of net neutrality

The new T-Mobile plan will force you to pay for unthrottled video, and the EFF doesn't think that's cool. Neither do we.

Android 7.0 Nougat Released

Google has completed its five month beta program and is officially releasing Android 7.0 Nougat today. The company will begin rolling it out to select Nexus devices, including the Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, Nexus 6, Nexus 9, Nexus Player, the Pixel C tablet, and the General Mobile 4G (Android One phone), as an OTA over the next few weeks. Show More Summary

Gaze in awe at Elon Musk’s historic 156-foot erection

First retrieved Falcon 9 goes on permanent display SpaceX has retired the first rocket it managed to land in one piece and erected the remains on Sunday outside the company's US headquarters.…

Sony may announce two new PS4 consoles, new slim design leaks on auction site

It looks like Sony is building a new PS4 Slim to replace its current PlayStation 4, while simultaneously launching the new, upgraded, PS4 Neo. Will consumers bite on both platforms, or will they flock mostly to the new high-end hardware?

Netgear Orbi aims to kill your wireless dead zones with mesh networking

Netgear's Orbi home Wi-Fi system is the latest to offer routing, range extension, and simple installation and administration in a stylish package -- for a price.

Silverstone Releases CS280 DIY NAS SFF Chassis

In case you’re a DIY enthusiast in the market for a small form factor (SFF) NAS chassis, Silverstone just released one such product called the CS280.

The Best Internal 2.5? and 3.5? Hard Drives: August 2016

No time to read reviews and just want to know which is the best hard drive for your needs? This article is for you!

Microsoft Apologizes For Failing To Communicate Windows 10 Anniversary Update Issue With Webcams

Microsoft apologized that it failed to communicate that some changes in the Windows 10 Anniversary Update would cause many webcams to stop working unless app makers updated their apps and users upgraded to the new versions.

Flying The USS Aegis In VR In 'Star Trek: Bridge Crew' (Hands On)

I spent an unusual amount of time in VR at Gamescom 2016, much of it very impressive, but one brief 10-minute demo really left my jaw on the floor: Star Trek: Bridge Crew.The idea behind the demo was simple: you are part of a crew of four in charge of t

Intel Hates Cables, VR Edition: A Wireless VR Demo

A group within Intel is working on leveraging WiGig to solve everyone's tethered VR HMD woes.

Exploring Croft Manor In VR: 'Tomb Raider' at Gamescom

We first met Lara Croft in Tomb Raider in October 1996, and to commemorate, Square Enix is making a special edition of the game: Rise of the Tomb Raider: 20 Year Celebration. While we were at Gamescom we got a preview of what’s coming in the bundle, which

The future of Android likely means the death of Android

Opinion - Android has a lot of problems, and Google knows this, and is already making plans for the death of Android.

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