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Have Internet, will travel
To borrow the first line from The Streets' magnificent A Grand Don't Come for Free, it was supposed to be so easy. After a brutally...
Windows 8 and the marginalization of geeks
On Tuesday, Microsoft made the Windows 8 Developer Preview available publicly without demanding so much as a Windows Live login name and password in return....
An evening with OnLive's cloud gaming service
You've heard about the cloud, right? No, not the one that's spitting a pitter-patter of raindrops onto the roof of my home office. ...
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...
The pool wants you!
As Chicago said back in 1970, does anybody really know what time it is?...
Trying out Windows 7's XP Mode
Late last month, Microsoft revealed plans to offer a free Windows XP virtualization solution to users of Windows 7 Professional and Ultimate. In a...
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...
|Here's the first desktop display based on quantum dots||10|
|Killer slays wires with its Wireless-AC 1535 NIC||3|
|Intel's Broadwell goes broad with new desktop, mobile, server variants||29|
|Nanotube-infused NRAM promises DRAM speeds with unlimited endurance||26|
|Antec puts a new Signature on its cases with the S10||27|
|16.7 billion reasons Altera sold out to Intel||51|
|Nvidia released the GTX 980 Ti; you won't believe what Gigabyte did next||49|
|Be careful not to lose SanDisk's tiny 128GB flash drive||23|