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Photos suggests Light Peak will debut in new MacBook Pros
— 6:00 AM on February 24, 2011

Apple has a long history of trailblazing in the I/O world, and it looks set to uphold that tradition by adopting Intel's Light Peak interconnect...

Type: News story Tags: Storage Input devices Mobile computing Mac

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The TR Podcast 81: Superbowl ads, Sandy Bridge trouble, and a graphics giveaway
— 10:58 AM on February 17, 2011

This episode of the podcast melds talk of Superbowl ads with discussion of Intel's chipset snafu—and much more. We're also giving away a free...

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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Apple shells out $3.9 billion to keep the spice flowing
— 9:36 AM on February 1, 2011

It's good to be the king. Not content with raking in truckloads of cash and being among the world's highest-valued companies, Apple is now throwing...

Type: News story Tags: Displays Mobile computing Personal tech

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The TR Podcast 80: Titanium graphics and Sandy Bridge goes mobile
— 2:01 AM on February 1, 2011

This episode of the podcast is rife with Sandy Bridge talk, but we also delve into other topics, like Nvidia's new GeForce GTX 560...

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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Couch surfing to get easier thanks to Logitech M515 mouse
— 12:55 PM on January 21, 2011

Logitech has unveiled a new mouse for couch potatoes. According to Electronista, the M515 has been designed to track smoothly on upholstery. ...

Type: News story Tags: Input devices

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The TR Podcast 79: A Sandy Bridge to CES
— 9:08 PM on January 17, 2011

Between a detailed look at Intel's new Sandy Bridge processors (not to mention the slew of motherboards that come along with them) and all the...

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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New Asus LCD has 24-inch IPS panel, 1920x1200 resolution
— 2:03 PM on January 10, 2011

As LCD monitors with 6-bit TN panels continue to dominate the landscape, displays with IPS panels have become increasingly scarce. That's a shame for...

Type: News story Tags: Displays

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Pixel Qi plans three new screens for 2011
— 10:44 AM on December 21, 2010

I have a serious crush on Pixel Qi's transflective display. It may only be 10 inches across and offer 1024x600 pixels of display resolution,...

Type: News story Tags: Displays Mobile computing

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The TR Podcast 78: The GPUs pair up, avoiding RSIs, and a special sneak preview
— 10:03 AM on December 13, 2010

Join us for an episode that may help you avoid office injuries, speed up your laptop hard drive, get excited for the next version...

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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Poll: What kind of panel lives inside your LCD monitor?
— 12:56 PM on December 9, 2010

Thanks to the rise of TN panels, LCD monitors have become incredibly cheap. However, some of us are still willing to pay a premium...

Poll Question: • My primary LCD's panel type is:

Type: News story Tags: Displays

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Intel, AMD to phase out VGA by 2015
— 12:17 PM on December 8, 2010

Death to VGA! No, not Spike's painfully lame Video Game Awards (although those could also use the axe) but the analog video connector that's...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Graphics Chipsets Displays

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Quantum dots offer OLED alternative for large-scale displays
— 11:52 AM on December 7, 2010

Although OLED displays can now be found in smartphones and extremely expensive televisions, the technology has struggled to ramp up to larger panel sizes. ...

Type: News story Tags: Displays

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Poll: How big is your CPU fan?
— 1:14 PM on December 2, 2010

As CPUs have become more power efficient, the fans used to cool them have grown in size. That might seem counter-intuitive, but it speaks...

Poll Question: • How big is your CPU fan?

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Cooling

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Microsoft enjoys strong Kinect sales, endorses hacking
— 11:02 AM on November 30, 2010

When Microsoft first revealed its Kinect motion controller, I wondered whether consumers would really want to interface with games by waving their arms in the...

Type: News story Tags: Input devices Game consoles

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Microsoft patent promises tactile feedback for touch screens
— 2:17 PM on November 29, 2010

Touch screens are everywhere, and they're only going to become more prevalent as smart phones and tablets continue to grow in popularity. However, for...

Type: News story Tags: Displays Personal tech

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The TR Podcast 77: iPhone Rage, special edition GPUs, and discrete audio
— 3:37 PM on November 28, 2010

We cover a lot of ground in this episode, from iOS gaming and early benchmark results to sound cards and new Nvidia gear. Tune...

Type: Feature article Tags: Podcast

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Deal of the week: Canadian edition
— 9:12 PM on November 25, 2010

Just because folks up here celebrate Thanksgiving a few weeks early doesn't mean they can't reap the spoils of Black Friday like their American friends....

Type: News story Tags: Graphics Cases Storage Memory Input devices

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Deal of the week: Black Friday cometh
— 5:48 PM on November 24, 2010

Yes, yes, it's only Wednesday. Be that as it may, Newegg has kicked off its Black Friday sale, and there's already a myriad of...

Type: News story Tags: Graphics Storage Input devices

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