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Time Warner slings free Maxx upgrades to counter Google Fiber 77
AMD's high-bandwidth memory explainedInside the next generation of graphics memory 258
TR's April 2015 peripheral staff picksMonitors, mice, and keyboards, oh my 59
Farewell, beloved Rat 75
Rosewill's RK-9000V2 mechanical keyboard reviewedOrdinary in a superior realm 27
BenQ's XL2730Z 'FreeSync' monitor reviewedFirst of its breed and 144Hz speed 240
Rowhammer attack exploits shrinking process size in DRAM 46
EVGA's Torq X5 and X10 mice reviewedRodentia evgae 36
The TR Podcast 170.5: The Heimlich maneuverSuperfish aggravates our trust issues, and G-Sync vs. FreeSync doesn't help much 9
The TR Podcast 169.5 bonus edition: Q&A intensifiesYou ask, we attempt to answer 5
BenQ's XL2420G G-Sync monitor reviewedTwo scalers, one monitor, zero tearing 54
Samsung's Galaxy Note 4 with the Exynos 5433 processorA Korean import gives us a look at ARM's latest tech 110
TR's big CES 2015 digestAll of our dispatches from the show 11
The TR Podcast 167.5 bonus edition: You guys ask us stuff!The chat channel hops into the driver's seat 6
Apple's iPhone 6 and 6 Plus smartphones reviewedSupersize me 206
Thanksgiving offers a perfect chance to crack open a busted iPad Air 50
TR's 2014 Christmas gift guideThe best techie-friendly items for under your tree 52
TR's November 2014 mobile staff picksCore M and phablets ahoy 74
Finally light bulb's Tesla tech gives LEDs a worthy rival 70
A first taste of Lollipop on Nvidia's Shield TabletAndroid 5.0 comes to the other Tegra K1 slate 35
WASD's Code keyboard with Cherry MX clear switches reviewedThe white whale surfaces 26
Cree raises its game, lowers prices with 4Flow bulb 85
Cooler Master's Mizar mouse reviewedAn IntelliMouse Explorer 3.0 for a new generation 22
A first look at the Windows 10 Technical PreviewBack to the drawing board 116
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Razer purchases Ouya's software platform and technical team5
Samsung's SE370 FreeSync displays wirelessly charge your phone19
Valve closes Steam password reset security hole5
Jeep Cherokee hack leads to 1.4-million-vehicle recall97
PCWorld's Win10 review dives deep into the upcoming OS130
Deals of the week: iPads, a Dell 24" display, and a Radeon R9 290X31
Twitch begins migrating video streams away from Flash29
Qualcomm cuts 4,500 jobs, may spin off divisions69
Phil Spencer: Xbox One may get PC game streaming 46
AT&T nearing regulatory approval for DirecTV acquisition15
Microsoft posts $2.1 billion loss due to mobile restructuring62
Apple revenues grow 33%; profits up 39%107
Samsung says data-eating TRIM bug is a Linux kernel problem 60
Report: Micron believes a Tsinghua deal won't work out21
Apple Watch satisfies owners; non-techies love it most127
Ashley Madison data breach exposes broken vows192
Samsung's Galaxy Tab S2 brings the thin in August23
Deals of the week: a cheap IPS display and HP's Spectre X3609
Microsoft promises at least 10 years of support for Win1044
Warhammer 40K: Inquisitor-Martyr is a proudly grim RPG15
Attack breaks RC4 cipher in 75 hours, busts SSL, WPA32
AMD reports $181 million loss for Q2135
HP's Win10 business offerings include new hardware, services15
Report: Arkham Knight won't be fixed any time soon53
Oculus acquires hand-tracking company Pebbles Interfaces15
The TR BBQ XII is just a month away!28
Malware attack on Kaspersky Lab used stolen Foxconn certs6
Cougar's 550M mouse lights up your life with 16 million colors16
Intel reports Q2 financials, qualifies Skylake chips for production38
Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 10240, may be RTM36
Hacking Team's UEFI rootkit could enable persistent infections39
Apple updates iPod touch with A8 CPU, 8MP camera49
MS ends support for Server 2003, Security Essentials on XP6
Choose your own adventure with the latest Just Cause 3 trailer8
Bid farewell to new Windows 10 preview builds, fresh installations65
Firefox temporarily blocks Adobe Flash as vulnerabilites mount53
Report: Tsinghua Unigroup to bid $23 billion for Micron65
Report: Apple reaps 92% of all smartphone profits 132
New unpatched vulnerabilities uncovered in Flash, Java 39
MIT's RAM-free clusters chew through big data sets cheaply28
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