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Windows 8 and the marginalization of geeks
On Tuesday, Microsoft made the Windows 8 Developer Preview available publicly without demanding so much as a Windows Live login name and password in return....
On the potential of HTML5
By now, many of you must have looked at, or at least heard of, the experimental, HTML5 version of YouTube. And if you read...
A few weeks with LaCie's iamaKey thumb drive
USB thumb drives are everywhere. Heck, they've been everywhere for years. Never before have I see a new class of product become...
Trying out Windows 7's XP Mode
Late last month, Microsoft revealed plans to offer a free Windows XP virtualization solution to users of Windows 7 Professional and Ultimate. In a...
A sneak peek at Asus' P6T Deluxe Nehalem motherboard
Intel's next-gen Nehalem processor has yet to be released, but a compatible motherboard has already arrived in The Benchmarking Sweatshop. Behold Asus' P6T Deluxe:
Microsoft's free photo stitching tool is very slick indeed
A few weeks ago on a backpacking trip, I took a stack of pictures to stich together for a dramatic panoramic shot. Or rather,...
IE8 and why the IE team still can't code its way out of a wet paper bag
Look, I'm sorry. I'm sure Microsoft's Internet Explorer team is full of smart, passionate, and talented people. But their latest effort, the Internet Explorer 8...
|Nvidia lists games that will support Turing cards' hardware capabilities||24|
|Logitech G Pro Wireless mouse lets elite gamers cut the cord||7|
|Tuesday deals: a Radeon RX 580 8 GB for $210 and more||10|
|MSI cooks up RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti cards in multiple flavors||4|
|Zotac hosts a quartet of RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Tis||4|
|Gigabyte readies four GeForce RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti cards||1|
|EVGA has a sweet sixteen RTX 2080 and RTX 2080 Ti cards||20|
|Asus’ flock of GeForce RTX cards takes flight||10|
|Nvidia announces GeForce RTX 2080 Ti, RTX 2080, and RTX 2070||252|
|1200 for a video card. I really don't care how insane the price/performance ratio is. These would be used for video games. Video games. Sorry man, no....||+44|