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My first foray into password management
For Internet users, the week of April 6 was undoubtedly one of the most annoying and harrowing in recent history. OpenSSL's Heartbleed bug was simultaneously...
Daddy's got a brand new ride
A look at TR's new GPU test rigs
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...
An upgrade tale 2: upgrade harder
So, almost three years had passed since my last major system upgrade—downright shameful negligence for someone in this line of work, clearly. I won't...
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...
|The TR Podcast 158: Planet of the Shield Tablets||2|
|Latest Raptr client expands game recording for AMD and Nvidia GPUs||2|
|Rumor: 12'' Retina MacBook, 4K Mac desktop coming||26|
|Firefly MMO to bring series cast back together||37|
|Friday night topic: your top movies?||197|
|Deal of the week: Corsair's 750D case and four fans for $100||20|
|Android on x86: A quick look at Asus' Memo Pad ME176C tablet||47|
|Triple-wide radiator defines Thermaltake's new water cooler||52|
|The new new name for the UI is called Retro.||+40|