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  • AMD Annoints Two New Heads Of Its Radeon Technologies Group By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 24, 2018

    AMD ANNOINTS TWO NEW HEADS OF ITS RADEON TECHNOLOGIES GROUP

    AMD has appointed two new graphics industry veterans to run the Radeon Technologies Group .

  • Irdeto Security Firm Acquires Denuvo DRM Maker By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 23, 2018

    IRDETO SECURITY FIRM ACQUIRES DENUVO DRM MAKER

    The Irdeto security firm announced that it acquired games DRM maker Denuvo.

  • 'Overwatch' Blizzard World Map Goes Live With Over 100 New Cosmetic Items By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 23, 2018

    'OVERWATCH' BLIZZARD WORLD MAP GOES LIVE WITH OVER 100 NEW COSMETIC ITEMS

    The update includes a meaty chunk of new cosmetic options, with the introduction of over 100 new items for all 26 heroes, including...

  • Micron Infuses 5200 Series SSDs With 64-Layer NAND By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 23, 2018

    MICRON INFUSES 5200 SERIES SSDS WITH 64-LAYER NAND

    Micron infuses its SATA SSDs with the latest 64-layer NAND.

  • Biostar Announces H110MDE Entry-Level Motherboard By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 23, 2018

    BIOSTAR ANNOUNCES H110MDE ENTRY-LEVEL MOTHERBOARD

    Advertised as the "perfect solution for desktop users on a tight budget," Biostar clearly has its sights set on cost-conscious consumers...

  • Streacom Releases GPU Cooling Kit For Its DB4 Fanless Chassis By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 23, 2018

    STREACOM RELEASES GPU COOLING KIT FOR ITS DB4 FANLESS CHASSIS

    Streacom released a GPU cooling kit for its fanless Mini-ITX chassis, the DB4. The kit allows for fanless cooling of a discrete GPU,...

  • Micron Teams Up With Hardware IP Partners To Deliver GDDR6 Solutions By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 23, 2018

    MICRON TEAMS UP WITH HARDWARE IP PARTNERS TO DELIVER GDDR6 SOLUTIONS

    Micron detailed its upcoming GDDR6 memory chips and announced that it is working with multiple hardware partners to broaden the applications...

    Hardware
  • DuckDuckGo's New Extension Gives Websites A Privacy Grade By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 23, 2018

    DUCKDUCKGO'S NEW EXTENSION GIVES WEBSITES A PRIVACY GRADE

    DuckDuckGo launched new browser extension and app that goes beyond offering users private searches. The new tools include tracking...

  • Tobii's Poised For Big Wins In VR Eye Tracking By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 23, 2018

    TOBII'S POISED FOR BIG WINS IN VR EYE TRACKING

    Tobii showed us eye tracking inside a VR HMD that was as perfect an implementation as we've seen. That, coupled with the company's...

  • Intel SSD 760p Review: The New NVMe Value Leader By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 23, 2018

    INTEL SSD 760P REVIEW: THE NEW NVME VALUE LEADER

    Intel's new 760p uses the latest 64-layer flash to boost performance while keeping pricing in check.

  • Samsung 860 Pro SSD Review By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 23, 2018

    SAMSUNG 860 PRO SSD REVIEW

    Samsung's SATA line moves forward a generation today. The iconic 850 series will enter end of life status while the new 860 rises to...

    Samsung
  • Montana Governor Takes First Steps To Protect State Net Neutrality By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 22, 2018

    MONTANA GOVERNOR TAKES FIRST STEPS TO PROTECT STATE NET NEUTRALITY

    The Governor of Montana has taken the first steps to help preserve net neutrality in his state.

  • Intel's Latest On Spectre Fix Reboot Issue: Updated Fix Being Tested By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 22, 2018

    INTEL'S LATEST ON SPECTRE FIX REBOOT ISSUE: UPDATED FIX BEING TESTED

    Intel announced that it has made progress in correcting the issue causing random reboots in the fix for the Spectre vulnerability that...

    Hardware
  • FCC Stops Looking To Include Wireless Access In Broadband Definition By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 22, 2018

    FCC STOPS LOOKING TO INCLUDE WIRELESS ACCESS IN BROADBAND DEFINITION

    The FCC announced that it is no longer considering adding wireless internet access to its definition of broadband internet access.

  • Nvidia Geforce Now Game Streaming Service For PC In Open Beta By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 22, 2018

    NVIDIA GEFORCE NOW GAME STREAMING SERVICE FOR PC IN OPEN BETA

    The Geforce Now game streaming service for Mac/PC had entered public beta. Does that sound like deja-vu? It is

  • Enermax Platimax D.F. 1200W PSU Review By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 22, 2018

    ENERMAX PLATIMAX D.F. 1200W PSU REVIEW

    The Platimax D.F. 1200W serves as its family's flagship, featuring 80 PLUS Platinum efficiency and Enermax's special Dust Free Rotation...

  • AMD Lists Ryzen Raven Ridge Desktop APU Details By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 22, 2018

    AMD LISTS RYZEN RAVEN RIDGE DESKTOP APU DETAILS

    AMD has posted more details about its Raven Ridge APUs to its website.

  • Creative Sound Blaster Inferno Gaming Headset Review By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 22, 2018

    CREATIVE SOUND BLASTER INFERNO GAMING HEADSET REVIEW

    We put Creative Sound Blaster's low cost Inferno gaming headset through its paces in our German lab.

  • How We Test USB Power Adapters By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 21, 2018

    HOW WE TEST USB POWER ADAPTERS

    USB power adapters come in countless shapes and sizes, equally diverse price points, and infinitely more variable quality when stepping...

    Hardware
  • AmazonBasics ABHT1208TC Surge Protector Tear-Down By Tom's Hardware   -   Jan 20, 2018

    AMAZONBASICS ABHT1208TC SURGE PROTECTOR TEAR-DOWN

    Are AmazonBasics surge protectors any good? Let's find out by having an inside-out look at the ABHT1208TC.