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Interface concept involves invisible mouse
— 9:58 AM on July 13, 2010

Now that multi-touch mice are out, what's the next step in mouse evolution? Pranav Mistry of the MIT Media Lab's Fluid Interfaces Group reckons...

Type: News story Tags: Input devices

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This week's podcast is postponed
— 3:17 PM on July 10, 2010

I'll come right out and say it: no podcast this weekend. Scott, Geoff, and Cyril are hard at work on new reviews, and even I...

Type: News story Tags: Podcast

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Friday night topic: Your home empire, err, network
— 5:44 PM on July 9, 2010

There was a day not long ago when a home network was a small, simple affair involving one to three PCs and perhaps a router....

Type: News story Tags: Networking

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Launch roundup: Two cases, 18 mouse buttons, and 1080p through USB
— 3:25 PM on July 8, 2010

This week, we've collected launch announcements from Atlona, Enermax, Thermaltake, WarMouse. Let's start with the enthusiast gear: ...

Type: News story Tags: Multimedia Cases Input devices

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Signs point to Microsoft introducing multi-touch mouse
— 3:42 PM on July 2, 2010

According to this post over at istartedsomething, Microsoft may introduce a multi-touch mouse as early as tomorrow. A number of European retailers have...

Type: News story Tags: Input devices

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Launch roundup: multitouch gaming, killer DIMMs, and more
— 10:12 AM on July 2, 2010

Another week, another roundup of product launches. This time, we have news from Corsair, iBuypower, and NZXT. MAGIC ships with...

Type: News story Tags: Miscellaneous Memory Input devices

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Deal of the week: It's raining coupons, halellujah!
— 1:08 PM on July 1, 2010

Newegg has kicked off Fourth of July celebrations a little early this year, e-mailing us a cornucopia of coupon codes that can shrink prices...

Type: News story Tags: Motherboards Multimedia Cases Storage Input devices Gaming Networking

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The latest USB oddity: foot switches
— 10:47 AM on June 28, 2010

The market is littered with all sorts of bizarre USB peripherals. Thumb drives are available in a multitude of shapes and sizes. ...

Type: News story Tags: Input devices

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The TR Podcast 67: Don't hold it that way, new server gear, and our favorite SSD
— 10:41 PM on June 27, 2010

In this episode, we cover the latest solid-state drives, AMD's newest server processors and graphics cards, and iPhone 4 troubles, with a spicy gaming...

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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Kinect's motion control tech coming to the PC
— 11:33 AM on June 23, 2010

The Xbox 360's new Kinect motion controller has all sorts of potential. Unfortunately, it also has some limitations, at least for now. Microsoft...

Type: News story Tags: Input devices

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The TR Podcast 66: Computex, hybrid hard drives, and iPhone 4
— 12:41 PM on June 14, 2010

With Cyril fresh from Computex, Scott and Geoff primed with new reviews, and Jordan armed with lame jokes, this is an episode you won't...

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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Radeon shares graphics card with Killer NIC
— 10:53 AM on June 4, 2010

Bigfoot Networks and TUL have collaborated to produce a unique networking/graphics hybrid. The prototype on display at Computex combines a Killer 2100 NIC...

Type: News story Tags: Graphics Networking

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Thermaltake shows mechanical gaming keyboards
— 8:52 AM on June 3, 2010

COMPUTEX — Keyboards with clicky, mechanical keyswitches have gathered a cult following in recent years, and Thermaltake is planning to capitalize on that. Sitting next...

Type: News story Tags: Input devices

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New Folding@Home GPU client is tuned for Fermi
— 9:01 AM on May 26, 2010

Folders, take note. Stanford University has released a beta Folding@Home GPU client specially tuned for Nvidia's Fermi architecture, which should be good news to...

Type: News story Tags: Folding

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The TR Podcast 65: Multi-display madness, super-fast storage, and bring your own OS
— 1:39 AM on May 22, 2010

In this week's power-packed episode, we spend some quality time discussing all three of our latest reviews... and more.

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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Bigfoot intros Killer 2100 network card
— 12:11 AM on May 11, 2010

A year on from the release of its Killer Xeno Pro, Bigfoot Networks has struck again, unleashing a whole new Killer card aimed at...

Type: News story Tags: Networking

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The TR Podcast 64: Pots and kettles, Moorestown, and AMD strikes back
— 3:13 AM on May 10, 2010

This week on the TR Podcast: listener mail, the latest mobile platform from Intel, Steve Jobs' Flash rant, AMD's exciting new processors, and much more.

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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WiGig spec released, Wi-Fi Alliance joins the fun
— 11:48 PM on May 9, 2010

Almost exactly five months ago, we told you all about the freshly completed WiGig specification, which promised 7Gbps Wi-Fi for all—not to mention goodies...

Type: News story Tags: Networking

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