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Jason has written professionally about technology and video games for almost 20 years. His goal in life is to figure out how complicated technology works and explain it in a way anyone can understand.

ATI Introduces Radeon HD 5670

New graphics cards bring DirectX 11 to the sub-$100 crowd

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Acer Ferrari One Has Lexus Design but Gremlin Performance

Excellent design and features compensate for lackluster performance in a cool little laptop that will have netbook buyers considering something just a little bit bigger.

Microsoft Should Kill Internet Explorer

It's time for a fresh start with a new browser.

Nvidia Unveils Tegra 2: Targets Android Tablets

New low-power ARM-based chip powers a new generation of tablets

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HP drops prices, boosts specs of Envy 13 and 15 notebooks

Sleek and speedy notebooks now cost significantly less, with better CPUs and GPUs

Alienware M11X Packs Big Gaming Performance in a Tiny Package

This new 11.6-inch ultraportable runs games better than most 15-inch laptops.

Gateway Adds DVD to EC Series Ultraportables

New EC14D configuration features integrated DVD drive.

HP Updates Notebook Lineup, Including Touchscreen Netbook

New netbooks, tablets, and workstations feature new Intel chips.

Tablets Are Hot at CES

Everyone’s talking about tablets. Will they take over netbooks as the hot PC product of 2010?

Kingston Announces 30GB SSD “Boot Drive”

Aggressive pricing for SSDNow V Series drive at February launch

Lenovo's Funky New Laptops

New Skylight and IdeaPad models revise the company's staid image.

Dell's Inspiron 11z Netbook: Superior Performance, Lousy Touchpad

If it weren't for the absolutely awful touchpad, we'd have no problem recommending the speedy little Dell Inspiron 11z.

Dell Upgrades Mini 10 to Atom N450

New processor promises improved performance, longer battery life.

Zune HD finally gets its 3D games

Audiosurf, Vans SK8, Project Gotham Racing, and more...but not Facebook or Twitter just yet

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Maingear Announces SHIFT "Personal Supercomputer"

It's a new gaming PC, not a supercomputer.

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