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Knight's Corner is now Xeon Phi
The Intel project code-named Larrabee was intended to produce a discrete graphics processor to compete with chips from Nvidia and AMD. When that...
Intel introduces 910 Series PCIe SSD
Intel is no stranger to the world of enterprise-grade SSDs. Its first offering for that market, the X25-E, was released way back in the...
Motion control comes to the PS3 with Sony's PlayStation Move
Sony has officially unveiled its motion controller for the PlayStation 3 game console. The wand-style PlayStation Move made its debut at the Game...
New HP home server is cheap, Atom-powered
The Atom has found a natural niche in netbooks and low-cost desktop PCs, but that's not its only vocation. HP happens to think Intel's low-power...
Lian Li : void your Xbox warranty to avoid heat issues
In a bizarre sales pitch, the folks at Lian Li have introduced what looks like a very nice PC chassis.... for the Xbox...
|AMD's Ryzen 7 2700X and Ryzen 5 2600X CPUs reviewed||213|
|der8auer and Asus took a Ryzen 7 2700X to 6 GHz||10|
|Motorola unwraps its latest Moto G6 and E5 handsets||19|
|National Hanging Out Day Shortbread||9|
|Thursday deals: huge monitors at cheap prices and more||5|
|AMD teases PowerColor's take on the elusive Vega Nano||11|
|G.Skill's Trident Z RGB and Sniper X kits for AMD get even faster||1|
|Lenovo's ThinkPad 485 and ThinkPad 585 put Ryzen APUs to work||12|
|WD's Ultrastar DC HC530 puts PMR to good use in 14 TB||15|
|Remember when we all whined that Founder's Edition parts were overpriced ripoffs? Pepperidge Farm remembers.||+33|