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Why Google Chrome is already a great browser
So, you've seen the news. Google has released an early beta of its first web browser, Chrome, which mixes elements from Safari and Firefox into...
Why Internet Explorer 8 still sucks
I already ranted extensively about Internet Explorer 8's shortcomings when the first beta release came out in March. At the risk of being labeled...
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...
Lessons from the difficult birth of the Spider platform
We try not to get too much into behind-the-scenes drama here at TR, "inside baseball" stuff like how we deal with public relations types, because...
|ROG Strix XG32VQ and XG35VQ fuse fast VA panels with FreeSync||2|
|ROG Strix GL702ZC takes 16 Ryzen threads on the move||13|
|Rumor: December Radeon drivers will bring a performance OSD||27|
|Intel spins up new assembly-and-test site for Coffee Lake CPUs||10|
|Deal of the day: A laptop with an i5-8250U and Pascal graphics for $680||32|
|G.Skill's DDR4-4400 kit seizes the four-module memory speed crown||19|
|EVGA DG-7 cases cover every base||20|
|Radeon 17.11.2 drivers take the fight to the Galactic Empire||47|
|Intel readies a family of 5G modems and talks up a storm on 28 GHz||25|
|It's around 40 hours to unlock one character of many. And that's actually just a guess because the progression is somewhat random based on what you ge...||+10|