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Poll: How often do you browse the Web on your phone?
Only a few years ago, browsing the Web on a cell phone might have seemed like an entirely futile endeavor. Displays were too small and...
Poll Question: • How often do you browse the Web on your phone?
Poll: Will you get a Blu-ray player now?
So, it's over. The HD DVD camp has admitted defeat, and Blu-ray has emerged as the victorious high-definition disc format, promising to take us...
Poll Question: • Now that HD DVD has lost, will you get a Blu-ray player?
The TR Hardware Survey: What's in your main PC?
We're unveiling a new feature today, the TR Hardware Survey. As its name suggests, this feature's goal is to give both us and you, the...
Poll Questions: • Processor • Graphics processor • How much did your graphics card cost at the time of purchase? • Chipset • Motherboard brand • Memory size • Total internal hard drive storage capacity • Primary optical drive type • Sound card • Number of displays • Main display type • Main display size • Main display aspect ratio • Main display resolution • Primary operating system
|Micron announces mass production of GDDR6 RAM||6|
|Apple admits butterfly keyboard problems and promises free repairs||1|
|The TR BBQ XV is tomorrow, and Corsair hooked us up!||17|
|Valve lets developers play with force-sensitive Knuckles VR 2.0 controllers||3|
|Report: TSMC CEO says 7-nm production is ramping up||66|
|Flip Grip takes vertical Switch gaming on the go||4|
|Alphacool Eissturm kits take the guesswork out of open-loop liquid-cooling||10|
|Steam Summer Sale has great deals galore||37|
|Samsung's first NF1 SSD puts 8 TB on a wide gumstick||14|
|And to think, 10 years ago to the day, AMD launched the HD 4870, the first consumer product to use GDDR5.||+7|