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Winners crowned in our hardware photography contest
After painstakingly poring over the deluge of pictures submitted for our hardware photography contest, we've settled on our favorites. Judging was difficult because...
TR overtaken by LOLcatz
First, we started blogging, which only served as a gateway to unboxing. Podcasts soon followed, as did our inevitable foray
Let there be light!
It all started a few weeks ago when I sent a picture over to Jordan, our resident podcast guru, showing off the light box I...
Announcing TR's Christmas Giveaway 2008
It's time once again for our annual TR Christmas giveaway. This time, we're giving away a gratuitously awesome bundle of components, complete with a...
Who needs a proper photo studio?
After finally receiving one of Apple's new aluminum MacBooks last week, I've been doing some testing and working on my review of the machine....
Introducing TR image galleries
We've just added a new feature to the site: image galleries, represented by the film-strip interface you can see at the bottom of this post. ...
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|Fatal1ty by Monster's FXM 200 gaming headset reviewed||13|
|Independent QA firm digs into the causes of Note 7 battery fires||38|
|BenQ SW320 monitor is one of the first with HDR||18|
|GeForce 376.19 drivers bring Oculus Touch support||2|
|Corsair's Carbide Series Air 740 case reviewed||10|
|Micron 5100-series SSDs make speedy datacenter storage cheaper||22|
|Intel takes the lid off the full specs of its Apollo Lake NUCs||45|
|The little 1.5-GHz Celeron isn't likely to set anyone's pants on fire with its performance. Not setting pants on fire can be a good thing you know. --...||+37|