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Toshiba Tecra Z40-A1401 review: Too little for too much

This business laptop’s price tag fails to match up to its blah feature set and mediocre performance.

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HP Spectre 13 review: an exceedingly well-executed return to the basics

Think all trackpads are the same? Run your fingers over HP’s new Control Zone.

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The best gear for gamers: Buy this and frag happy

Console gamer, PC gamer, or somewhere in between? There's something shiny here for all tastes and budgets.

Roccat Ryos MK Pro review: Spoilt for choice

The Ryos MK Pro is a great mechanical keyboard—but its competitors are just as good (or better) and cost less. Aw, shucks.

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Party poopers: Turntable pulling the plug on Turntable.fm

The impromptu-DJ service will have one final hurrah on December 2nd.

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Roll up those sleeves, we’re digging in to Farming Simulator 2014

The premiere farming simulator arrives on iOS.

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Stealth Inc. finally brings its speedy brand of subterfuge to iOS

Hyperactive skulking games are all the rage these days.

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Diving in to Desktop Dungeons

Do you enjoy dying over, and over, and over again? You're in luck!

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GameStick review: Another bad Android micro-console that means well

The idea is sound and the form factor is fascinating, but the GameStick is simply not worth your time.

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Anomaly 2 upgrades the tower defense genre on iOS

More like a tower OFFENSE game, am I right folks? ...Anyone?

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Tiny Death Star: Return of the routine

Tiny Tower strikes back.

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What I’m Playing: Hurry up and wait!

Among the great games we're playing this week are something slow, something fast, and something in between.

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Don't fear the fun tax, and try Dead Trigger 2

Madfinger Games’ latest free-to-play zombie game may be a bit eager with in-app purchases, but don’t let that stop you.

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Play This Right Now: Candy Box 2

What’s in the box? Candy, presumably.

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