posted 9 days ago on tom's hardware
Softbank, the Japanese telecommunications company that previously acquired Sprint, announced that it bought ARM Holdings for $32 billion.

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posted 9 days ago on tom's hardware
Five weeks before launch, Square Enix and Eidos Montreal showed us more of Adam Jensen's latest adventure.

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posted 9 days ago on tom's hardware
SK hynix has a hot, new, low-cost SSD that looks amazing and performs well with TLC flash.

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posted 10 days ago on tom's hardware
It’s not a laptop. It’s not a desktop. It’s an Airtop, CompuLab’s fanless living room and office small form factor PC.

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
We peck away at the latest storage news seeds flung out across the internets.

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
We took a look at a keyboard one could consider a future classic--the Corsair Gaming K70 RGB.

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"Mirror's Edge Catalyst"’s latest update made it the first released game to add Nvidia Ansel support. Now you can take the screenshots you’ve always dreamed of taking. Maybe.

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
Microsoft released its latest Windows Insider Build 14390, which contains relatively few changes. Although this build may not have much to offer, its lack of improvements likely stems from Microsoft’s work on the one-year anniversary update coming later.

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
Prepare yourself for a virtual reality adventure of trans-dimensional proportions. Owlchemy Labs and Justin Roiland have teamed up to bring you into the ridiculous world of Rick and Morty.

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
Attackers breached the Ubuntu forums, which were previously hacked in 2013. Two million usernames, emails and IP addresses were exposed, but the hackers were unable to access the user passwords.

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
Instead of a smartphone, a Dutch-based VR company used HoloLens to create a "Pokémon Go" that works with Microsoft's augmented reality device.

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posted 12 days ago on tom's hardware
If you want to explore all of the planets in "No Man's Sky," it's going to take more than a few months.

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posted 12 days ago on tom's hardware
Thermoelectric cooling expert Phononic presents its latest revolutionary product in the form of a mid-sized CPU cooler. Can the technology of drink coolers and refrigerant-free air conditioners overcome the limits of the HEX 2.0’s size?

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posted 12 days ago on tom's hardware
Drobo. Now that's a name we haven't heard in a long time. The company is back, and it sent us its new Marvell-powered B810n storage appliance to test. Is there new magic in this once-prolific brand, or does it fail to reignite that old flame?

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posted 12 days ago on tom's hardware
3DMark has been promising a DirectX 12 benchmark for some time now, and the company has finally delivered on its promise with the debut of Time Spy.

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posted 13 days ago on tom's hardware
Microsoft won an appeal against the U.S. government, which issued warrants that required the company to turn over the data held on servers in Ireland.

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posted 13 days ago on tom's hardware
Nvidia's latest GeForce drivers address multiple 10-series issues and optimizes a handful of VR games. The update also enables multiple 10-series specific features, including Ansel.

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posted 13 days ago on tom's hardware
Nintendo announced that it has made an official NES clone called the “NES Classic Edition,” which brings the look of the original product to a smaller design.

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Colorful joined the Pascal party and announced four new GTX 1060 graphics cards under its iGame-series banner, with each GPU offering different base and boost clock rates.

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Nvidia announced VR Funhouse, which was designed to highlight the capabilities of Nvidia’s Gameworks technologies running on Pascal GPUs, during the Pascal reveal in early May. Now you can try it too if your PC is powerful enough.

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Razer’s new Thing is just an iPad Pro case with a keyboard (seriously, that’s it), but the switches the company employed on the so-named “Razer Mechanical Keyboard Case” portend more intriguing products in the future.

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posted 13 days ago on tom's hardware
Gigabyte's GA-970-Gaming SLI adds contemporary features such as USB 3.1 to AMD's classic AM3+ platform. We examine how well it stacks up against the competition in overclocking and value.

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posted 13 days ago on tom's hardware
Learn the pros and cons of overclocking your CPU, the physics behind changing your clock rate and the basics of overclocking an Intel or AMD processor.

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posted 13 days ago on tom's hardware
Learn the pros and cons of overclocking your CPU, the physics behind changing your clock rate and the basics of overclocking an Intel or AMD processor.

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posted 13 days ago on tom's hardware
Valve prepares to take action against third-party sites using its in-game trade systems for gambling operations.

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