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|The Tech Report attends Silicon Valley Virtual Reality 2016||4|
|Rumor: Early Broadwell-E benches hint at solid performance gains||9|
|HP refreshes Pavilion consumer PC lineup||5|
|Nvidia teases Pascal GeForces amid GTX 1000-series rumors||37|
|Philips' new 43-inch monitor might make native 4K practical||47|
|Alleged Kaby Lake CPU shows its face in SiSoft Sandra database||25|
|Dell will become Dell Technologies after its EMC buyout||6|
|Nvidia and Samsung settle long-running patent litigation||16|
|Oculus Rift demos go on the road starting May 7||13|
|Is this a review of a review?||+24|