posted 29 days ago on tom's hardware
Blizzard and Facebook have teamed up to bring livesgame streaming of Blizzard games to Facebook pages everywhere.

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posted 29 days ago on tom's hardware
If you’re in the market for a premium professional wide-gamut monitor, it makes sense to add high pixel density to your list of criteria. To that end, we’re looking at Asus’ PA329Q today. It’s a 32-inch IPS panel with Ultra HD resolution.

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posted 30 days ago on tom's hardware
Get another chance to see more "Titanfall 2" multiplayer gameplay this weekend.

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posted 30 days ago on tom's hardware
Security researchers developed a unique solution made of two chip modules that can verify whether the main chip destined for electronic devices has been sabotaged by malicious actors.

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posted 30 days ago on tom's hardware
Galax is not to be left out of the GTX 1060 3GB party.

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posted 30 days ago on tom's hardware
Crucial's 2TB MX300 SSD is coming soon, but the real story is the price.

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posted 30 days ago on tom's hardware
Zscaler security researchers discovered an attack, which used the "AgentTesla" commercial keylogger to infect users and steal their information and passwords. The malware was delivered through cybersquatted domains.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Facebook asked for denser and cheaper 100TB QLC NAND SSDs at the Flash Memory Summit. Coincidentally, an hour later, Toshiba laid out its ambitious plans to develop 100TB QLC SSDs. According to our calculations, QLC may also work its way to the desktop

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Thermaltake's new chassis comes with a gull-wing windowed side panel, making it a... showcase!

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Avexir's attempt to crowdfund the S100 only netted $2,100 out of the $50K goal, but the company was still able to bring the drive to market. We finally have the first LED SSD with a fighter jet theme in for testing.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Citizen Lab and Lookout uncover "lawful intercept" spyware that's used to target activists and journalists, including the New York Times in a recent attack.

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Intel announced that it is refreshing its consumer, data center and IoT SSDs with six new SSDs armed with its new IMFT 3D NAND. The move marks Intel's first products with its much-anticipated 3D IMFT NAND.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
The next major patch for CCP Games’ first person space dog fighting sim, "EVE: Valkyrie," is due out at the end of the month, and it will bring improvements to the player experience.

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Justin Roiland, one of the co-creators of Adult Swim’s widely popular "Rick & Morty," has been bitten hard by the VR bug. Roiland revealed that he’s jumping into the development business by launching his own studio.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Mozilla launched a campaign to convince the European Commission to base the new EU copyright right on principles such as having a 21st century-ready copyright framework, built-in flexibility, and avoiding breaking the Internet.

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'Hover Junkers' was one of the Vive’s launch titles and was the first multiplayer shooter available for the platform. After months of work behind the scenes, StressLevelZero rolled out the Loadout update, with new weapons, "junk," and a new character.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Thermaltake launched its Core G3 Slim ATX PC case today, which is targeted at users building 4K or VR gaming systems.

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Frontier Developments will be outing update 2.2, "The Guardians" for "Elite Dangerous: Horizons" mid-October, and it's a big one!

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
In commemoration of last week's AMA with MSI, we're giving away loads of MSI gaming hardware, including their powerful MSI GTX 1080 Gaming X 8G graphics card!

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Representative Ted Lieu from California asked the FCC to expedite its investigation on the SS7 flaw affecting everyone with a cellphone, after recent reports that foreign hackers stole the phone numbers of almost half the U.S. Congress members.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
AMD dove further into the details of its core microarchitecture at the aptly-named HotChips conference, which is a yearly industry event that attracts the best and brightest of the processor world.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Gigabytes re-enters the high-end PSU market with its Xtreme Gaming 1200 W PSU. Besides high capacity, it also features Platinum-rated efficiency, modular cables, and interesting looks. This unit is built to meet the demands of enthusiasts, to be sure.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Cooler Master released the MasterMouse Pro L, an RGB illuminated ambidextrous mouse with customizable top and side panels.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
SilverStone announced a new thin mini-ITX case, the PT13B-120. Unlike some larger mini-ITX cases targeted at gamers, this one is designed to be as compact as possible, and it uses an external PSU to further reduce its overall size.

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posted about 1 month ago on tom's hardware
Two security researchers from the French Institute for Research in Computer Science and Automation showed that practical collision attacks are now possible against 64-bit ciphers and recommended that everyone starts supporting the AES 128-bit cipher.

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