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EVGA’s latest graphics card makes connecting a virtual reality headset to your PC a breeze.
That's a nice looking Microsoft Android phone you've got there.
To keep up with the demands of a connected world, future Intel chips may focus on energy efficiency over absolute computing power.
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The Pirate Bay is back with another big feature addition—one that the MPAA really won't like.
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The fun and convenience of Microsoft's Cortana digital assistant isn't just for Windows 10 functions—it's integrated with a host of third-party apps in the Windows Store.
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The Internet Archive is creating a repository of the darker aspects of computer culture: malware.
In another move to make browsing on the web safer, Google will start penalizing sites with ads that have deceptive download buttons.
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