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Monthly Archives: May 2017

  • Rivet Networks xTend Tech Transforms Your Gaming PC Into Wi-Fi AP And Switch

    Rivet Networks is serving up a fresh take on its Killer Networking with a new hardware and software solution called xTend. With xTend, you will in essence be able to provide additional coverage for your wireless and wired networking devices without the need for an additional network switch or Wi-Fi...
  • Origin PC Chronos Review: An Attractive Small Form Factor System For 4K Gaming

    It used to be that large physical dimensions were a telltale sign of a Herculean gaming PC. Looming desktop towers with wild looking exteriors indicated the presence of serious hardware inside. Cracking one open might reveal multiple graphics cards and fancy liquid cooling setups, both almost considered prerequisites in order...
  • Microsoft shakes up Computex with mixed reality showcase

    Leading PC manufacturers are beginning to support Microsoft’s vision of the extended PC, using virtual reality (VR) headsets for gaming and business applications. By submitting your personal information, you agree that TechTarget and its partners may contact you regarding relevant content, products and special offers. You also agree that your...
  • Steve Ballmer Regrets Slow Pivot To Hardware While Serving As Microsoft's Exuberant CEO

    It has been over three years since Steve Ballmer left Microsoft, and the company has thrived without him at the helm. Current CEO Satya Nadella has transitioned the company into a “cloud” powerhouse and has embraced the lucrative subscription model for its products. Microsoft has invested heavily in deep learning...
  • Messaging app Telegram centrepiece of IS social media strategy

    The Islamic State militant group (IS) is fighting on many fronts against those seeking to defeat it. One of those fronts is a digital one. IS puts media warfare on a par with its battle on the ground and often glorifies "media martyrs" - people who are killed while creating...
  • Nest Cam IQ Flaunts 4K HDR Visuals And Facial Recognition For Connected Home Security

    In a perfect world, we would not have to worry about intruders breaking into our homes and pilfering our belongings. Of course, we do not live in such a world, and the sad reality is that burglars and thieves exist. Fortunately there are home security products that make life tough...
  • Gigabyte Wields Explosive Intel Core-X Power With Aorus Gaming X299 Motherboards

    Enthusiast system builders have a lot to be excited about this summer. New high-end CPUs and GPUs are on the horizon and it doesn't even matter where your allegiance lies—Intel, AMD, and NVIDIA have all announced some exciting new products. For Intel, the big news is its Core i9 line...
  • ASUS ROG Strix GL702ZC Gaming Laptop Rocks AMD Ryzen Desktop CPU And Radeon RX 580 GPU

    Thinner and lighter gaming laptops are on the horizon, though do not mistake that to mean under powered. As we saw with the unveiling of the ASUS ROG Zephyrus, a gaming notebook packing an NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 GPU and Intel Core i7-7700HQ CPU in a chassis measuring just 0.7...
  • Intel Core i9-7900X Overclocked To 5.7GHz, Shatters Cinebench World Records

    Intel officially rolled out its brand new Skylake-X and Kaby Lake-X processors earlier this week as part of its Core-X family. Processors range from the “lowly” $242 Core i5-7640X to the monster Core i9-7980XE, which is priced at $1,999. Right smack dab in the middle of the lineup is the...
  • ReMarkable digital notepad 'feels like real paper'

    A Norwegian start-up is developing a digital paper tablet it hopes will appeal to "paper people". Go to Source

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