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Toshiba wants you to forget about SATA-- the company just released the "Everybody" NVMe SSD starting at just $60.

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Adata announced a Realtek-powered mainstream SSD and an RGB adapter that keeps two M.2 SSDs cool.

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Tucked away on a far corner of the Adata booth we found a server with PCIe 4.0.

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Cougar brought a $900 case, along with several new PSU models and some gaming-focused peripherals, to Computex 2018.

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The most anticipated Phison E12 NVMe SSD breaks cover as MyDigitalSSD talks BPX Pro and shows us a 2TB drive.

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HyperX teased new RGB peripherals at Computex.

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Logitech announced the new G512 keyboard with full 16.8 million color RGB lighting and clicky GX Blue switches.

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Censorship machines and link taxes could become a big headache for European and American companies alike, if the new copyright directive passes on June 20 in the European Parliament.

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Intel announced that the company will bring a discrete graphics card to market in 2020.

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Valve has announced that it would launch the official Chinese version of Steam.

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Valve released an open beta version of its new Steam Chat service that boasts a more feature-rich friends list, improved group messaging tools, and other updates.

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SilverStone revealed three new PSUs, including a 2kW monster, along with new chassis and removable storage products at Computex 2018.

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With the new ThinkPad P52, Lenovo crammed an Nvidia Quadro P3200, a hexa-core Intel Xeon processor, and up to 128GB of memory in a 15" body.

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McAfee said it discovered the problem earlier this year and revealed it to Microsoft on April 23; the fix arrived with the "Patch Tuesday" release from June 12.

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Apple limited some abuses from third-party developers in its new App Store policies, including doing cryptocurrency mining on iPhones and selling users' contacts lists.

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Valve announced that starting January 1, 2019 the Steam client will no longer work on PCs running the Windows XP or Windows Vista operating systems.

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Maingear has its fingers on the Pulse of gaming laptop glory.

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Computex is the perfect place to find companies that offer innovative products. One we spotted was Sorama, which found a way to visualize sound and vibrations.

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Epic Games’ Fortnight Battle Royale is the hottest game on the market right now, by a long shot! The company announced that in less than one year, more than 125 million people had played the game.

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Researchers at the Okta security company revealed a code signing flaw in macOS and OS X that undermines the operating systems' basic defenses.

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AMD has worked with Cooler Master to develop a new Wraith Ripper air cooler for the Threadripper's TR4 socket.

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UL Benchmarks (formerly Futuremark) today introduced a mobile version of its VRMark performance analysis tool, which enables you to compare the VR capability of Android smartphones.

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Google's Pixelbook is designed to run on Chrome. But a new report suggests it might also be able to run Microsoft's Windows 10.

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LazyFP is one of the eight "next-generation" Spectre flaws for which we started seeing reports last month. The flaw seems to affect only Intel Core processors.

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FSP had several PSUs suitable for mining purposes to show during Computex 2018, including a unit with 2,000W max power and 18x PCIe connectors which can power multiple GPUs at the same time.

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