posted 23 days ago on tom's hardware
Nintendo recently stated that "NX" was the code name for a new game console under development. No information on this console has been given except the code name, but what does Nintendo need to do with its next game console?

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posted 23 days ago on tom's hardware
Microsoft announced that it will stop enabling the Do Not Track policy by default in its future browser versions.

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posted 23 days ago on tom's hardware
While the MX200 will eventually replace Crucial's popular MX100, the BX100 series is a new low-cost drive designed to replace your hard drive.

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posted 23 days ago on tom's hardware
Samsung reveals pricing and availability for its new curved monitors (updated).

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posted 23 days ago on tom's hardware
Bloomberg reported that Apple will use Samsung's foundry after all to build its A9-series chips.

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posted 23 days ago on tom's hardware
After a hard look at the ASRock M8 barebones system back in October of 2013, we examined the 2015 version of the M8.

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posted 23 days ago on tom's hardware
Ruckus Wireless unveiled the ZoneFlex R710, a device designed to extend Wi-Fi to enable multi-gigabit performance and offer unprecedented capacity for enterprise users and service providers.

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posted 24 days ago on tom's hardware
Each week, Tom’s Hardware sifts through numerous Newegg deals to find the ones we believe are the most interesting to readers and offer the best value.

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posted 24 days ago on tom's hardware
OnLive will soon shut down.

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posted 24 days ago on tom's hardware
Google announced that it will ban China's CNNIC root CA from its Chrome browser after the recent forged certificate incident by an intermediary certificate authority with a digital intermediate certificate from CNNIC.

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posted 24 days ago on tom's hardware
The final round of Club Nintendo's Elite Rewards are out now, with several game offers for each system to choose from.

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posted 24 days ago on tom's hardware
Comcast announced 2 Gbps "Gigabit Pro" service to Atlanta next month, with a nationwide rollout by the end of the year. The company also pledged a one-gigabit service tier by the end of 2016.

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posted 24 days ago on tom's hardware
Say bye bye to the Kinect for Windows sensor.

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posted 24 days ago on tom's hardware
Velocity Micro introduced a new chassis for its Vector Z25, Raptor Z40 and ProMagix HD30 desktops.

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posted 24 days ago on tom's hardware
Intel dropped the fastest consumer-oriented SSD in the world, the NVMe Intel SSD 750 Series.

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posted 24 days ago on tom's hardware
Ossia announced a new breakthrough wireless charging technology called "Cota" that can charge devices up to 30 feet.

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posted 24 days ago on tom's hardware
Club3D's SenseVision CSV-3203 is a universal DisplayPort- and USB-based docking station for Ultrabooks that carries a $150 price tag. The question is, is it worth it?

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posted 25 days ago on tom's hardware
Acer is launching a Chrome OS-based all-in-one PC in 2Q 2015.

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posted 25 days ago on tom's hardware
Atmel announced a new SAM L21 microcontroller that can power devices that last more than a decade with a single battery charge.

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posted 25 days ago on tom's hardware
These apps don't have the Xbox branding.

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posted 25 days ago on tom's hardware
The Yoga Tablet 2 (10-inch) and its keyboard are fine devices on their own, but together they present some design problems.

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posted 25 days ago on tom's hardware
We take a look at Microsoft's new browser.

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posted 25 days ago on tom's hardware
The Samsung Galaxy S6 and S6 edge will launch April 10, but you can pre-order it today from carriers nationwide. Some carriers are offering special deals on the new phone, and we've aggregated and listed the options below for your convenience.

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posted 25 days ago on tom's hardware
Move over, Oculus Rift. Get lost, HTC Vive. Don't even bother, Microsoft's Hololens. There's an unbelievable new tech in town called literal reality (LR) that completely blows away the best VR or AR experience you've ever had or could hope to have.

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posted 26 days ago on tom's hardware
5G is intended to be the next evolution in wireless networking standards. There's only one problem: 5G hasn't been defined yet, and we're likely still years away from seeing an official definition.

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