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OCZ's Neural Impulse Actuator
Like flying cars, thought-based control schemes have been a staple of sci-fi movies for decades. OCZ has embraced the concept with its Neural Impulse Actuator,...
Valve's Source engine goes multi-core
IF THE LAUNCH OF Intel's new quad-core Core 2 Extreme QX6700 processor has made...
John Carmack's QuakeCon 2005 keynote
JOHN CARMACK'S QUAKECON address has become something of an annual benchmark for the...
EverLAN Summer 2004
IF YOU'RE LIKE me, your idea of a LAN party probably involves five...
Crytek weighs in on Shader Model 3.0
AFTER WE PUBLISHED our article about the new Far Cry 1.2 patch...
BFG vs. Ph.D
All the talk lately about video games causing real-world violence has seriously miffed us here at TR, and Andy decided to do something about it....
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|Samsung releases the 860 EVO SATA SSDs||2|
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|Tuesday deals: a Ryzen 7 1800X, a nice Z370 mobo, and more||11|
|Apple HomePod materializes on February 9 for $349||13|
|Micron 5200 SSDs cover business data with 64 layers of 3D TLC NAND||0|
|Intel's SSD 760p Series 512 GB solid-state drive reviewed||12|
|Samsung's 860 Pro 1 TB solid-state drive reviewed||22|
|I'm not going to pay full price for a new broken Intel CPU You could buy a new, slightly less broken AMD CPU instead... ;-)||+34|