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How to Take Better Photos Under Pressure

Taking photos while you're wrapped up in a crowd is tough--doubly so at night, or when panic sets in. Here are some tips to take usable photos while you're on the move.


Mechanical Keyboards: Which One is Right for You?

Looking to swap out your boring membrane keyboard for a mechanical-switch model? Check out our reviews of ten top mechanical keyboards.

How to Build Your Own Network-Attached Storage System

Building your own NAS is a great way to safeguard and share your data, without breaking the bank. We'll show you how to get started.

Lab Tested: AMD's Bulldozer Packs Plenty Of Cores, But Not Enough Power

With eight-cores and loads of overclocking potential, AMD promised a lot with its new Bulldozer processors, but ultimately they leave much to be desired.

Improve Your Productivity With the Web

Many of us rely on the Internet to get things done. Here are some tips and services to help you work smarter and more productively on the Web.

Windows 8 and OS X Lion: How Do They Compare?

Windows 8 is far from ready, but the developer preview gives us a chance to see how it compares to Apple's OS X Lion.

Windows 8 Breaks Down the OS Walls That Divide Our Devices

With Windows 8, Microsoft wants an Everywhere Operating System, offering access to all information and services across all your Windows 8 devices.

AMD Breaks Overclocking Record, Leaves the Competition in the Dust

What better way to show off the capabilities of a new performance processor than crushing a long standing overclocking record?