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New "Soft Machines" startup invents virtual cores technology that promises to double single-threaded performance of a physical CPU core.

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Civilization: Beyond Earth for the PC is now available.

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Cyberpower has a new gaming notebook packed with Intel and Nvidia inside.

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Assassin's Creed Unity has some very steep system requirements.

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We're giving away an Antec EDGE Warrior package consisting of a P280 Window Case, TrueQuiet 120 Fan, EDGE 750 Power Supply, Kuhler H2O 1250 Liquid Cooling System, LED Lighting Kit, and a pair of PULSE Headphones.

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Acer CEO Jason Chen talked about the company's gaming strategy and showed that he understands what sets gaming devices apart.

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LG enters the mobile chip war with its own Cortex A7/Cortex A15 NUCLUN application processor with built-in LTE Cat 6.

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3D Realms is back. Will we get a new Duke Nukem game?

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Lian-Li's latest Mini-ITX enclosure is like a suit, but for your NAS.

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Amazon launched a new data center in Frankfurt, Germany to benefit from stronger data protection laws which should appeal to customers who demand their data to be protected from the US government.

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Here's an SSD in a USB stick form factor, complete with a controller.

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Looking to build a Wireless AC network? Here's a starting point.

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Here's a look at the latest build of Windows 10 Technical Preview.

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Nvidia has added DSR support to its driver for Fermi- and Kepler-based GPUs.

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MicroATX might not seem the obvious platform choice for Intel’s Haswell-E-based processors, but six- and eight-core CPUs are a must-have for some compact system builders. EVGA’s X99 Micro is the first compact LGA 2011-v3 motherboard to hit our benches.

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Another device has popped up, promising anonymous surfing on the Web.

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We sat down with Neil Schneider, Executive Director of the Immersive Technology Alliance (ITA), to discuss the ITA's upcoming Immersed AR/VR conference.

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Google launches "Inbox," its next-generation email client focused on better task organization and improving the productivity of the user with automatic suggestions.

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Xotic PC is partnering with Asus ROG on a limited edition gaming PC called REAPER.

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Microsoft seems to be getting more serious about security with Windows 10, and it's planning to adopt two-factor authentication, file containerization and code-signing.

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Thermaltake builds five new 80-Plus Gold certified power supplies.

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G.Skill's latest PCI Express-based SSD promises to be very fast.

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Thermaltake's Core V31 chassis has room for lots of hardware and can cool all of that effectively.

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Cooler Master's new 120 mm and 240 mm Nepton series all-in-one liquid CPU coolers may be very quiet if you fine-tune their settings.

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Samsung Knox-enabled devices continue to be adopted at higher levels in the government as well as for more classified use.

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