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Windows 8: The convertible OS
After spending a week with Microsoft's touch-friendly OS, one thing is clear: Windows 8 is perfect for convertible tablets.
Asus' Transformer tablets share an Ice Cream Sandwich
Asus has been quick to roll out Ice Cream Sandwich updates for its Eee Pad Transformers. We take a closer look at the...
Windows 7: A desktop user's take
Does Windows 7 really live up to the hype? Is it a worthwhile upgrade over Vista and XP for desktop users and enthusiasts? We took...
Windows Vista Service Pack 1: A performance check
How does Service Pack 1 affect Windows Vista's day-to-day performance in common desktop applications and games? We've run a host of benchmarks in order to...
Bigfoot Networks' Killer NIC
FOR YEARS, GAMERS, enthusiasts, and even mainstream users have been getting their networking for...
Xeenon's MPire: Sight and sound to go
Dr. Evil's back with a review of the Xeenon MPire, a funky device...
Remembering the Amiga's glory days
Time to bust out some nostalgia! Eight years ago, PC's were boring beige business boxes, and many computing enthusiasts got their kicks out of funny little...
|MSI's Z87-GD65 Gaming motherboard reviewed||16|
|LG says mass production of flexible displays will begin this year||18|
|Steam beta file hints at game sharing feature||20|
|Asus mulling wearable devices||13|
|Nvidia to license Kepler GPU core to Android device makers||62|
|Refuted: BF4, other Frostbite 3 games to be 'optimized exclusively for AMD'||179|
|Enter here to win an XFX Radeon HD 7790 graphics card and AMD FX-8350 CPU||46|
|We have a winner in our Adata storage giveaway||19|
|Continuing a long history of innovation, AMD announced today that they were the first to reach a critical CPU power envelope threshold. AMD CEO, Rory...||+141|