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Revisiting the Killer NIC, eight years on
Killer-powered Gigabit Ethernet ports can be found on many gaming-focused motherboards and laptops these days. We talked to Killer Networking about the details of its...
Release roundup: Bits, pieces, and whole PCs
Almost no week passes without some new PC hardware products being announced. This week, we have a handful of newcomers that may be worthy of...
Intel announces silicon photonics breakthrough
The future of I/O connectivity is bright—literally. Intel has developed what it says is the "world's first silicon-based optical data connection with integrated lasers using...
Bigfoot intros Killer 2100 network card
A year on from the release of its Killer Xeno Pro, Bigfoot Networks has struck again, unleashing a whole new Killer card aimed at...
Bigfoot Dashboard utility helps gamers identify bottlenecks
For a while now, Bigfoot Networks has offered gamers a way to curb lag and maximize frame rates in online games through its Killer...
The pool wants you!
As Chicago said back in 1970, does anybody really know what time it is?...
Google pulls the curtain off Chrome OS, releases source
As planned, Google showed Chrome OS to the world for the first time earlier today. The unveiling came hand-in-hand with the release of the...
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