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Poll: The future of pointing input methods
For a long time now, the mouse and touchpad have been the primary computer input devices for pointing and selection. True challengers have been few...
Poll Question: • In 10 years, the dominant computer pointing/selection input method will be:
Poll: What's the best new web browser?
In the last few weeks, we've been treated to a bevvy of major browser releases: Chrome 10, Internet Explorer 9, and Firefox 4. If...
Poll Question: • What's the best web browser?
Poll: Which tech company is the most evil?
Microsoft is generally assumed to be evil, Google likes to say that it's not, and Apple is too cool to care one way or another....
Poll Question: • Who's the most evil?
Poll: How do you back up your data?
The more data we accumulate in our increasingly digital lives, the more we stand to lose in the event of a catastrophic storage failure. ...
Poll Question: • How do you back up your personal data?
Poll: Do you have a home-theater PC?
With the exception of my desktop, the next most often-used PC in my home sits in the living room. I've had one in there for...
Poll Question: • Do you have a home-theater PC?
Poll: What kind of keyboard do you prefer?
In light of our latest keyboard review, it seems only appropriate to ask: what kinds of keyboards do TR readers favor? We've put up...
Poll Question: • Poll: What kind of keyboard do you prefer?
|Have it your way with Cooler Master's two-faced MP860 mouse pad||3|
|Nvidia sets an October 17 release date for the RTX 2070||16|
|Comic Book Day Shortbread||4|
|Tuesday deals: 16 GB of 3600 MT/s RAM for $140 and more||13|
|HyperX Savage Exo wraps SSD speed in a light and portable body||11|
|AMD updates OCAT with frame-time visualization and VR HMD tools||20|
|Weighing the trade-offs of Nvidia DLSS for image quality and performance||102|
|Asus fires a volley of GeForce RTX 2070 cards||47|
|Amazon's latest devices put Alexa anywhere and everywhere||34|
|I know Scott was involved in kicking off the project but it's currently maintained by a team led by Rys Sommefeldt, who TR readers will also recognize...||+21|