posted 10 days ago on tom's hardware
We count on power bars to protect our expensive PC hardware, and it's easy to take them for granted. Recently, one of our writers took an APC unit apart, though, and discovered some disturbing manufacturing work. Follow along as we dig into his findings.

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posted 10 days ago on tom's hardware
Verizon Wireless isn't the only carrier that must answer to the FCC.

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
MSI also teases its upcoming X99S XPower AC motherboard on social media.

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
"Naked PCs" and Windows piracy are old problems for Microsoft that are now being accentuated by Microsoft also losing ground in mobile and in the whole computing devices market. Can free Windows 9 upgrades reverse this trend?

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
A report is online with pictures of graphics cards with the new AMD Tonga GPU; they look like ordinary graphics cards.

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
After 22 years of supporting legacy code, the Khronos Group wants a fresh start with a next-generation and unified OpenGL API for PC and mobile.

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
Cortana is showing up in Windows 9.

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
Origin's new promotion brings you a lot of value for your money, though it is still a lot of money. We suspect Origin PC wants to go bankrupt.

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
We check out OnLive on the WikiPad 7.

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
Intel finally provides solid information on Haswell's successor, the next-generation Broadwell core. We also learn some detailed info about the new 14nm processing node, a must-read for CPU enthusiasts who are interested in the future of Intel's Core!

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
We’ve been waiting to experience the wonders of G-Sync for months, and Asus is the first company to deliver a finished product. Its ROG Swift PG278Q is a 27-inch QHD TN-based display with G-Sync, 144 Hz operation, and ULMB, a new blur-reduction feature.

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posted 11 days ago on tom's hardware
Acer debuts 13.3-inch chromebooks packing Nvidia's Tegra K1 SoC; but will cheap Windows notebooks hurt sales?

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posted 12 days ago on tom's hardware
Tom’s Hardware and QUE Publishing are teaming up once more to bring you four more chapters from the latest edition of Scott Mueller’s Upgrading And Repairing PCs. Today, we bring you select portions of Chapter 20: PC Diagnostics, Testing, and Maintenance.

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posted 13 days ago on tom's hardware
Alienware has introduced its lightest gaming notebook to date.

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posted 14 days ago on tom's hardware
After the Snowden revelations, what are the major Internet companies doing to protect their users?

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posted 14 days ago on tom's hardware
Want to start your own repair business? Here's how.

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posted 14 days ago on tom's hardware
EA's "Access" plan sounds like a great deal, especially when additional AAA games are added.

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posted 14 days ago on tom's hardware
Everybody is showing off their X99 motherboards. Good times!

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posted 14 days ago on tom's hardware
Raidon's new external hard drive enclosure uses hot-swap bays. That's cool!

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posted 14 days ago on tom's hardware
There's a new Windows 8.1 3-in-1 hybrid coming to town.

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posted 14 days ago on tom's hardware
By acquiring MIPS Technologies, Imagination hopes to build a strong platform to compete against the incumbent ARM and daunting challenger Intel on a more equal footing. We go through the company's portfolio to determine its strengths and opportunities.

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posted 15 days ago on tom's hardware
Microsoft Research is working on haptics technology.

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posted 15 days ago on tom's hardware
Google pushes for more security on the web with the new change in its search algorithm that boosts ranking for websites using HTTPS encryption.

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posted 15 days ago on tom's hardware
Microsoft will scan image "thumbprints" for child pornography.

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posted 15 days ago on tom's hardware
New phone from India shows Android KitKat can work well even on hardware that's less powerful than the standard requirements Google has given.

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