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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....
My iPhone 4 is awesome
Well, I finally did it. After misguidedly buying what turned out to be a sub-par iPhone clone in 2008, then waiting almost five months...
Building the imperfect beast, part II: mobo risin'
Hey hey, kids. In case you've forgotten or are too lazy to use a...
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...
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....
|Microsoft shows Windows 10, preps public preview build for tomorrow||13|
|Windows 9 is actually called... Windows 10||43|
|Doom looks awesome in the Lego universe||4|
|Project Ara phones with hot-swap modules launching in early 2015||3|
|HP's new Intel-powered Win8.1 tablet costs $99||10|
|Hynix slides tease vertically stacked memory with 256GB/s of bandwidth||27|
|Catalyst 14.9 drivers improve performance, CrossFire scaling||43|
|Photoshop heading to Chromebooks—in streaming form||18|
|This wouldn't have happened if Steve Jobs was still around. Everyone knows he always insisted on being inflexible.||+78|