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NZXT's $100 Doko uses Gigabit Ethernet and USB over IP technology to stream your entire PC to your TV.
U.K. threatens chat app ban ... Obama suggests immunity for breach reporters ... ISIS takes down a Twitter account ... and more
Consumers will benefit from the competition: Cheaper Windows machines will try to keep people from straying to Chromebooks, and people who skipped Windows 8 will have a new crop of Windows 10 machines waiting for them.
CISPA is back! ... Snowden says hack-backs are a bad choice ... Google wants a cut of the US insurance market... and more
Laptops with integrated graphics can't really run modern AAA games. But they can with MSI's pricey new Shadow gaming dock with a discrete GPU.
The FCC chief is pulling in the same direction as President Barack Obama ... Samsung says profits will be down ... and more
Intel releases pricing information for its Compute Stick, which puts a cheap Windows PC literally in the palm of your hand.
Beat out of a windfall?
Intel's smallest ever wearable computer was almost invisible to the eye during a CES keynote.
The National Weather Service could offer more accurate long-term forecasts by October
Dell is bypassing Intel's new Broadwell processors on some laptops, with Skylake attracting its attention.
These aren't the thinnest or widest or whatever, but they are the solid, mainstream systems that most normal people buy, and they've all been upgraded this year.
Can a pint-sized NUC PC run what it used to take a dual processor, Core 2 Extreme system with 8 cores to do? Yes, except the NUC actually does it better.
Now in its third iteration, Intel's NUC line gets a Broadwell U refresh that makes it as fast in some chores as a $5,000 PC from 2008. The real shocker though is Intel's new Compute Stick. A full featured quad-core PC that is only slightly bigger than a USB thumb drive.
MSI's GS30 Game Dock lets you run a powerful GPU by simply docking your laptop to it.
Lenovo's Vibe X2 Pro has a 5.3-inch screen and two 13-megapixel cameras,