posted 26 days ago on tom's hardware
Leaked LinkedIn passwords re-used for other services, including Skype, may now be used in active phishing and spam campaigns.

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posted 26 days ago on tom's hardware
There are few monitors engineered or built better than those from NEC. Today we’re testing the EA275WMi, a 27" QHD-resolution IPS panel with features that will appeal to enterprise and business-class users.

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posted 27 days ago on tom's hardware
Alphacool’s VPP755 Eispump boasts lower power draw, less vibration, and stronger head pressure than the popular D5 pump, and they are compatible with all Alphacool D5 accessories.

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posted 27 days ago on tom's hardware
The Seagate Innov8 uses high style to entice users to backup data to a massive 8TB desktop hard drive that takes advantage of a single cable to provide power and data.

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posted 28 days ago on tom's hardware
Have you ever owned a UPS long enough for it to fail? When my 10-year-old BX1000 kicked the bucket in December 2015, I put it in my “fix it later” pile. Today I'm pulling it out to try restoring functionality.

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posted 29 days ago on tom's hardware
After 81 hours in a massive, open-world RPG game called Enderal, so compelled was I by the experience that I visited its website to leave a note for the developers.

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posted 29 days ago on tom's hardware
If you’ve been wondering what happened at Valve’s Steam Dev Days conference in October, now you can see for yourself. Valve released the recordings of all the sessions from this year’s event.

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posted 29 days ago on tom's hardware
Activision's "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare--Jackal Assault VR" debuted as a free download for PSVR owners.

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posted 29 days ago on tom's hardware
Vertigo Games released a behind the scenes video that discusses the destructive environments and weather effects in "Arizona Sunshine." The company revealed that you'd need an Intel Core i7 processor to unlock the game's full experience.

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posted 29 days ago on tom's hardware
Steam announced that it's making more games available to arcades, college dorms, and other members of its Steam VR Arcade Licensing Program.

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posted 29 days ago on tom's hardware
G.Skill announced a new 64GB (4 x 16GB) DDR4 Trident Z-branded memory kit clocked at an impressive 3,600 MHz.

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posted 29 days ago on tom's hardware
AMD released Radeon Software Crimson Edition 16.11.1, which offers support for "Call of Duty: Infinite Warfare" and the "Remastered" version of the game, in addition to a DirectX 11 CrossFire profile for "Titanfall 2."

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posted 29 days ago on tom's hardware
Most headsets aren’t designed to share your cranium with another device, but the Turtle Beach Stealth 350VR is. And it's designed for VR gaming.

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posted 29 days ago on tom's hardware
Thunderbolt 3 leads the specifications for Gigabyte’s mid-priced Z170X-Ultra Gaming, but does it perform up to par with similarly priced non-Thunderbolt motherboards?

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
BearSSL joins the fray of TLS software libraries meant to replace OpenSSL with less support for legacy code and crypto protocols. However, the new library is written from scratch to guarantee "correct" code and the use of modern security features.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Futuremark's long awaited VR benchmark tool, VRMark, is finally available. There's a free version for everyone and an advanced version with more features that you can choose to buy.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Nyko announced Miniboss, a $20 wireless controller, as well as a $10 six-foot cable called the Extend Link for the NES Classic Edition.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Valve announced that developers will no longer be able to include pre-rendered photos, concept art, or marketing images under the "screenshots" section of a title's Steam page.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Thermaltake proceeded with a small upgrade to its Toughpower Gold, Smart M Bronze, and Smart PSU models.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
"Obduction" was Cyan's first game in VR, but it won't be its last title for the new medium.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Corsair's CX series consists of both non-modular and semi-modular units. It was recently upgraded with new members and improved versions of older ones. The CX650M is the third strongest member of the line, featuring 650W capacity and a 40°C rating.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
LastPass has now become free for mobile, allowing many more users to adopt the popular password manager tool to better protect their online accounts against hacking.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Facebook released its Gameroom software, which will essentially move games off Facebook and onto a semi-independent platform to improve performance and encourage game development.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
I-Rock's latest strange concoction is a LEGO-compatible mechanical keyboard with, of all things, Alps switch clones.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Bitdefender announced that it discovered critical vulnerabilities in an unidentified manufacturer's IoT cameras, which are often used for home surveillance or monitoring children, that could threaten the privacy of their owners and enable DDoS attacks.

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