The market for consumer virtual reality is exploding right now, but it’s mostly been a battle between the Vive and the Rift at the high end. Now, a new competitor enters the market; […]
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Case fans are good at keeping your computer running at optimal temperatures. They’re also good at sucking up dust and getting themselves nice and dirty. Dust build-up on blades can seriously mess with […]
Virtual reality gaming can be mind-blowingly cool, but you can look decidedly uncool while doing it. MSI wants to make sure it’s not your gear that makes you look dorky. Their new VR […]
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Alienware’s always had a reputation for being somewhat… opulent. Its ostentatious machines demand a certain kind of attention and a price premium to match. Even so, over the past few years Alienware has […]
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Apple does not look kindly on any company attempting to copy their hardware, just look at how long Samsung has been in court facing off against Apple’s lawyers. But when a company decides […]
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If you look at the low-end ($200-$300) Windows laptop market in 2016 you’ll notice that the hardware spec is mostly the same regardless of which brand name is on the casing. We get […]
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Have you been waiting patiently to upgrade your phone in the hopes that a Project Ara phone would pop up on Google Store? Yeah, about that… You might never see one. According to […]
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On the same day that they revealed a 2.5-pound Ultrabook measuring just 0.39 inches thick, Acer also showed off another model that weighed 17.6 pounds and probably eats Ultrabooks to power itself. This […]
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Who remember privacy screen filters? It was in the late 90’s I believe they became all the rage. You’d see these plastic frames clipped on to the front of a display making it […]
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Dropping your smartphone on a sidewalk is one way to kill its touchscreen. If you own an iPhone 6 or 6 Plus, however, there’s a “disease” that could kill it. More and more […]
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It looks as though Sony is going to reveal two new consoles on September 7, with the PS4 Slim ready to go on sale immediately.
IBM’s been busy. A couple weeks back they unveiled a new line of neural computing chips that try to mimic the kinds of connections found in the brain. It could unleash incredible new […]
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