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Papa's got a brand-new, undead-proof European carryall
So iPhone 5S and 5C mania has died down (although someone needs to tell the entrepreneurs on eBay), OS X Mavericks has yet to go...
Technology way out in the wild
Warning: the following is not, under any circumstances, to be considered an in-depth review or technical article. I've got a rather major one of...
Snooping Timbuk2's camera messenger bag
For more than a decade, I lugged my notebook in a simple shoulder bag. I suppose you'd call it a messenger-style bag today, but...
There are few things that I despise more than the predominance of polished plastics in today's notebooks. Glossy finishes are the single worst...
A few months with Acer's Aspire 1810TZ budget ultraportable notebook
About a year and a half ago, I bought an Eee PC 1000HA as an experiment of sorts. Both batteries for my aging 14"...
A sneak peek at Asus' P6T Deluxe Nehalem motherboard
Intel's next-gen Nehalem processor has yet to be released, but a compatible motherboard has already arrived in The Benchmarking Sweatshop. Behold Asus' P6T Deluxe:
|Go back in time with Nanoxia's Ncore Retro keyboard||5|
|WD unveils a raft of HGST enterprise storage products||7|
|Fatal1ty by Monster's FXM 200 gaming headset reviewed||10|
|Independent QA firm digs into the causes of Note 7 battery fires||31|
|BenQ SW320 monitor is one of the first with HDR||16|
|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||43|
|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|