posted 17 days ago on tom's hardware
SilverStone has a long tradition of offering small PSUs, and the new ST1500-GS is an excellent example of this, achieving an impressive 646 watt per liter power density score.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Larry Page announced a major restructuring of Google under the new umbrella company, called Alphabet. Google will shave off its unrelated projects, with some of them turning into real companies and subsidiaries of Alphabet, just like Google.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Google announced that Android will soon support the next-generation low-level graphics API, called Vulkan, alongside OpenGL ES. This will give developers an option for more explicit control over the GPU.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Microsoft might be giving users a free upgrade to Windows 10, but for those concerned with privacy, the OS has some issues.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Space VR launched a Kickstarter campaign hoping to raise enough money to send a VR camera to the International Space Station.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Security firm FireEye uncovered that the HTC One Max was keeping its fingerprint data unecrypted in an image file inside a world-readable folder, which any malicious app could read and then steal the user's fingerprint data.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
A security researcher with the Battelle Memorial Institute revealed an exploit at Black Hat that points to a design flaw in the x86 architecture that has been around since 1997 and affects numerous processor architectures still in use today.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
The next installation in the "Final Fantasy" series showed up last week at Gamescom with two more videos showcasing gameplay and a small peek into the story.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Win "Sleeping Dogs: Definitive Editon" from Tom's Hardware Community!

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Samy Kamkar talked mostly about wireless attacks against cars and garages at DefCon.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Motorola announced patches for its lineup of phones, which will be pushed to carriers starting today. The company also said its recently launched Moto X Style, Moto X Play and Moto G 3rd gen already have the patches integrated, with a few exceptions.

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posted 18 days ago on tom's hardware
Motorola recently announced two Moto X phones; here are the differences between them.

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posted 19 days ago on tom's hardware
Tired of the same old boring surge protectors? Join us as we tear down a far fancier unit — SurgeX's pricy SA-1810.

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posted 20 days ago on tom's hardware
Several new SSDs passed UNH-IOL's interoperability tests for NVMe. Phison's upcoming E7 is one of them.

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posted 21 days ago on tom's hardware
Verizon announced that starting August 13, there will be no more smartphone contracts that include subsidies.

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posted 21 days ago on tom's hardware
"Call of Duty: Black Ops 3" showed off some of its new features at Gamescom, which will be beneficial to professional eSports team in future tournaments.

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posted 21 days ago on tom's hardware
Speedlink started selling its products to North American customers in March 2015. At Gamescom, it announced more products coming out in the early months of 2016.

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posted 21 days ago on tom's hardware
Oculus announced that the next iteration of the Oculus SDK (0.7) will be released in the coming weeks. The new version leaves games built on outdated versions incompatible. Developers will want to update their wares as soon as possible.

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posted 21 days ago on tom's hardware
Mozilla uncovered a serious security vulnerability in its PDF.js reader, which affects all desktop versions of Firefox. The company recommended users to upgrade to the latest version of Firefox to receive the patch.

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posted 21 days ago on tom's hardware
The initial release of Intel's NVMe client featured a 400 GB drive at $389 and a large 1.2 TB model at $1,049. It's a wide gap; Intel could easily address it as the company offers other NVMe products with the same controller in an 800 GB capacity.

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posted 21 days ago on tom's hardware
A presentation at DefCon detailing the infamous Jeep hack.

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posted 21 days ago on tom's hardware
G.Skill proudly announced that its memory modules were recently used to break numerous overclocking world records. G.Skill DDR4 was used to break the world record DDR4 clock speed, as well as first place rankings in 16 different benchmarks.

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posted 21 days ago on tom's hardware
Biostar has three Z170 motherboards, but a design flaw might steer some users away.

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posted 21 days ago on tom's hardware
Adata detailed another client SSD after Computex. The SP550 taps SMI's SM2256 controller and low cost TLC flash.

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posted 21 days ago on tom's hardware
We set up camp at Newegg's Hybrid Center in City of Industry, California to test FreeSync against G-Sync in a day-long experiment involving our readers.

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