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Star Wars has evolved from a single movie to one of the world's most recognizable franchises. We look back at all the PC games it has spawned over the years.

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A cybersecurity think thank released a new report in which they warned that non-secure or backdoored IoT devices could one day be used as powerful weapons by rival nations. The authors suggested a move towards regulated and "secure-by-design" IoT devices.

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We've rounded up all the GeForce GTX 1080 graphics cards we can find. Read on for an in-depth look at ten different interpretations of Nvidia's flagship GPU.

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The company's latest controller includes four additional programmable buttons as well as the option for a hair-trigger mode for faster firing.

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Occipital announced a new mixed reality headset called Bridge that offers inside-out, room-scale, 6-degrees-of-freedom (6DoF) tracking.

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Finnish security researcher Jouko Pynnönen finds Yahoo Mail XSS vulnerability one year after discovering a similar flaw for the service. The bug could allow an attacker to eavesdrop on anyone's inbox or infect their PCs with no user action needed.

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LG redefines the “ultra” in ultra-wide with its 38" 38UC99. It’s a curved IPS panel with 3840x1600 pixels, FreeSync, and 75Hz operation. We’re checking out this sleek white behemoth today.

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We spoke with Lance Madsen, founder of Aimpad, about analog keyboard switches and how they can change the game.

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We list all motherboards based on Intel's H110 chipset. These boards may not be feature rich, but they still offer a basic platform for Skylake processors.

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Malwarebytes 3.0 combines its original anti-malware tool with the new anti-exploit and anti-ransomware tools to offer multi-layered protection. The company making it claimed that users of Malwarebytes 3.0 should not even need an antivirus anymore.

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HTC announced that it's formed a new division, Vive Studios, to create and publish virtual reality (VR) content.

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Google's Daydream VR platform expanded with support for more phones, limited edition colors for the Daydream View HMD, and new apps like Netflix.

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Bitfenix is the latest to announce a new case, the Shogun, with tempered glass panels. It also has RGB lighting strips for the SSDs, because why not.

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Some of the world's largest virtual reality (VR) companies partnered up to form the Global Virtual Reality Association (GVRA) to expand the VR industry.

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Our latest Steam Giveaway for "Skyrim: Special Edition" is almost over. Be sure to head to our PC Gaming forum and enter the raffle to win one of 3 copies of the updated Bethesda classic.

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Cryptography and network security professor Matthew Green has been invited by Private Internet Access, a major U.S. VPN service provider, to audit the open source OpenVPN software used by most VPN services and users.

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AMD's new drivers introduce a feature called Radeon Chill, which promises to reduce power consumption situationally. We test its impact.

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AMD’s Radeon Technologies Group is living up to its promise to release a whole new Radeon driver suite once a year. The graphics and CPU giant released the next chapter of RTG’s software suite, and it comes with several tasty new features.

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At WinHEC, the next chapter of Wintel VR unfolds in a mess of ideas, ethos, and things.

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Qualcomm announced that its next-generation processors would be able to run all legacy Windows applications, by using an x86 emulation feature for ARM chips that should be available to Windows 10 next year.

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"MechWarrior 5: Mercenaries" is coming, and it looks like it supports VR headsets. Prepare for a new level of immersion.

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Bluetooth SIG announced that the next version of its nigh-ubiquitous wireless technology is now available.

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Qualcomm announced today that it has already begun sampling of its first 10nm 48-core server processor.

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Rosewill enters the 80 PLUS Titanium efficiency club with two Tokamak models boasting 1.2kW and 1.5kW of capacity. The highest-end version is on our bench today, and we're eager to check out its Enhance-based platform.

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We made a visit to Intel’s R&D labs for a bit more esoteric view of the underpinnings of it all, and what we learned surprised us in its audacity. Intel’s goal, we were told, is to mimic the human perceptual system.

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