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New, 11.6-inch MacBook Air starts at $999
Not one to disappoint, Steve Jobs unveiled two new MacBook Air notebooks during his Back to the Mac event today: one with a 13.3" display...
Mac Steam client arrives, Portal offered for free
Who ever said Macs can't play games? Valve released the Mac OS X version of its Steam client earlier this afternoon, allowing users of...
Apple's iPad debuts: a giant iPod touch for $499
Not one to disappoint, Apple CEO Steve Jobs unveiled his company's latest creation during this morning's press event. Dubbed iPad, the new device has...
Apple refreshes iMac, MacBook, Mac mini systems
On the heels of its record-breaking financial results, Apple has revamped its consumer Mac line with new, larger-screened iMacs, a polycarbonate unibody MacBook, and...
New triple-channel Corsair DDR3 kits run at up to 2GHz
Corsair isn't joking around with its latest batch of DDR3 kits for Core i7 systems. The memory firm has launched three kits as part...
OCZ cooks up new SSDs and a beefier Silencer
CES — OCZ will be expanding its SSD lineup in 2009 with a focus on multi-level cell flash. Rather than rebranding units from other...
|Friday deals: A speedy 960-GB NVMe SSD for $157 and more||3|
|The Tech Report System Guide: January 2019 edition||37|
|Intel graphics driver version 188.8.131.5219 is indie game-ready||5|
|Ditch New Year's Resolution Day Shortbread||19|
|Zotac's Mek Mini stuffs RTX graphics into a 9-liter package||15|
|Zotac shows off the GeForce RTX 2080 Ti ArcticStorm at CES 2019||17|
|The Asus ROG Mothership: An AIO, a tablet, a gaming laptop||14|
|Alphacool starts in on servers at CES 2019||22|
|G.Skill's latest Trident Z kit bumps Threadripper RAM to 3466 MT/s||8|
|Two things: * Who cares? * FreeSync is one of AMD's trademarks so of course Nvidia isn't using it.||+28|