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This week's podcast is postponed
I'll come right out and say it: no podcast this weekend. Scott, Geoff, and Cyril are hard at work on new reviews, and even I...
Watch TR's Jordan Drake cover the Asus 3x3 Overclocking Summit
As we write these words, TR podcast host and producer Jordan Drake is in Santa Clara, California covering the Asus 3x3 Overclocking Summit. Asus happens...
Those of you who listen to the TR Podcast will be pleased to hear that we've picked up a new sponsor for the duration...
A quick podcast schedule announcement
Howdy all. Today is Good Friday, so we're not publishing our full slate of news throughout the day. That's why it's a little...
Acer Aspire One giveaway winner emerges
Our contest has ended. Almost two weeks ago, we said we'd be giving...
Enter here to win a free Acer Aspire One
As you might have noticed, we wrote a detailed review of Acer's Aspire...
You know, our podcast is pretty OK, really
Did you know we have a podcast? Seriously, we do. In fact, we've recorded quite a few episodes now, and I think we're...
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|Gmail for Android 5.0 Lollipop to support non-Gmail accounts||17|
|GeForce GTX 970 cards from MSI and Asus reviewed||30|
|Biostar mini PC combines Bay Trail quad with USB audio||13|
|GlobalFoundries to acquire IBM's microelectronics business||46|
|Forbes: Microsoft smartwatch to launch within 'next few weeks'||22|
|24 FPS was only chosen for cinema because it is the bare minimum to appear fluid (albeit in a dark environment, and film still uses some "tricks" to k...||+45|