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CES 2017: GIGABYTE Shows Passive Apollo Lake BRIX in Embedded UCFF

Despite the candid approach that Intel has had to its Apollo Lake platform, we are now starting to see fully developed platforms coming out to play from the major vendors. (I personally have some APL motherboards for desktops in forShow More Summary

Digital Storm’s Bolt X Will Have Intel Kaby Lake, AMD Ryzen And Vega

Digital Storm showcased an upcoming revision of its Bolt-branded custom-built small form factor (SFF) gaming PC, the Bolt X, at CES 2017.

Microsoft’s latest Windows update breaks multi-monitor gaming

Microsoft's latest Windows 10 patch breaks multi-monitor gaming and the current workarounds are inadequate. How about using that telemetry data to flag users who shouldn't install a given update, instead of making them all mandatory? The post Microsoft’s latest Windows update breaks multi-monitor gaming appeared first on ExtremeTech.

GIGABYTE Exhibits an Aquantia AQC107 based 10G Ethernet PCIe Card

During December, Aquantia announced that it will be launching two multi-gigabit NICs into the market, offering 2.5G/5G capability on both and one with 10GBase-T as well. We were told that industry partners would announce solutions with...Show More Summary

Kodak might give back my Kodachrome, or at least let me buy more

Kodachrome featured one of the most-iconic film looks ever. Now, six years after dead-ending it, Kodak hints it may bring it back. The post Kodak might give back my Kodachrome, or at least let me buy more appeared first on ExtremeTe...

Asus Reveals New ZenBook, Chromebook, Transformer, And AsusPro Laptops

Asus updated a handful of laptops in their ZenBook and Chromebook line up, including the ZenBook 3 Deluxe and the Chromebook Flip C302. The company also announced the a new detachable Transformer and AsusPro business-class laptop.

Tesoro Develops Ultra-Thin Mechanical Chiclet Keyboard (Update: Gateron Switches)

Mechanical keyboards are getting slimmer and slimmer; Tesoro used super-slim Kailh switches and chiclet caps to get as low as you can go.

CES 2017 kicked off the year 360-degree and VR capture could hit the mass market

With over a million high-end headsets shipped, and many millions of Gear VR and Cardboard units, 2017 will finally see a reasonable market for compelling VR content. The post CES 2017 kicked off the year 360-degree and VR capture could hit the mass market appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Tom's Hardware Steam Giveaway: 'Watch Dogs 2'

With a new year comes a brand new Steam giveaway, and up for grabs this time are three (3) copies of "Watch Dogs 2." Hack and fight your way through Ubisoft's anticipated sequel to its 2014 open world action-adventure third-person shooter.

11 Best Graphic Cards For Gaming – January 2017

Want to know which graphic card is the best for you? This article is for you.

Intel Compute Card: A Universal Compute Form-Factor for Different Kinds of Devices

At CES 2017, Intel introduced a new form-factor for computing platforms in order to enable easy development, configuration, maintenance, repair and upgrade of various devices. Intel’s Compute Card is as small as a credit card, but, packs everything needed for computing, including the CPU, DRAM, storage, communications and I/O. Show More Summary

Cloudflare Discloses Four-Year Fight Against Unconstutional National Security Letter And Gag Order

Cloudflare's case is only the latest legal battle against the NSLs that show how unconstitutional and prone to abuse the national security letters are.

Facebook Journalism Project Battles 'Fake News' Problem

Facebook announced that it has partnered up with media outlets, fact-checkers, and others to help combat the spread of misinformation on its social network. Will this prove more effective than the company's previous efforts?

With Kaby Lake, Intel finally brings Hyper-Threading to its Pentium-branded processors

Intel just announced a new set of Pentium-class processors with support for Hyper-Threading. These are the first Pentium-branded processors to support that technology since Intel retired the Pentium 4 brand, and we suspect AMD's upcoming...Show More Summary

Modular Morpha X Mouse From Epic Gear Is Ready

Epic Gear's modular Morpha X gaming mouse is no longer a prototype.

SK Hynix Announces 8 GB LPDDR4X-4266 DRAM Packages

SK Hynix on Monday officially announced the industry’s first 8 GB LPDDR4X (LP4X) packages for next-generation mobile devices. The new memory chips not only increase DRAM performance but also reduce its power consumption due to lower I/O voltages (and come in a smaller form-factor). Show More Summary

Epic Gear At CES: Keyboards, Mice, And Eye Candy Galore

Epic Gear didn't have much to show in the way of new keyboards and mice at CES. Rather, it expanded the accessory line to include lots of eye candy.

Verizon notifies heaviest unlimited data users they need to switch plans or leave

Verizon is going after heavy data users with an ultimatum. The post Verizon notifies heaviest unlimited data users they need to switch plans or leave appeared first on ExtremeTech.

Corsair’s Bulldog 2.0 Gets Kaby Lake-Compatible Z270 Motherboard, New Cooler

Corsair introduced its new Bulldog 2.0 small form-factor HTPC console-like barebones kit at CES. The new Bulldog 2.0 received a new motherboard based on the Intel Z270 PCH with improved features, as well as a new CPU liquid cooling system that is said to be quieter compared to the predecessor. Show More Summary

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