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On the potential of HTML5
By now, many of you must have looked at, or at least heard of, the experimental, HTML5 version of YouTube. And if you read...
A few weeks with LaCie's iamaKey thumb drive
USB thumb drives are everywhere. Heck, they've been everywhere for years. Never before have I see a new class of product become...
Microsoft's free photo stitching tool is very slick indeed
A few weeks ago on a backpacking trip, I took a stack of pictures to stich together for a dramatic panoramic shot. Or rather,...
IE8 and why the IE team still can't code its way out of a wet paper bag
Look, I'm sorry. I'm sure Microsoft's Internet Explorer team is full of smart, passionate, and talented people. But their latest effort, the Internet Explorer 8...
|Apple's A9 impresses and the Nexus strikes back: The TR Podcast 188||2|
|Color is key with Dell's latest trio of Ultrasharp displays||34|
|Android 6.0 Marshmallow rolls out to Nexus devices starting today||18|
|Google Fiber has arrived in Damage Labs||109|
|Silverstone's PT18 chassis lets NUCs run fan-free||8|
|Intel to begin shipping Skylake CPUs with SGX enabled||31|
|Premium HDMI cables will be ready for next-generation media||53|
|Microsoft acquires Havok physics engine from Intel||85|
|AMD unleashes mobile Tonga with the FirePro W7170M||15|
|You don't need moral fortitude to see that "Intel" is an anagram for "Let In." Applying similar standards, if you look closely at "AMD", you'll notice...||+40|