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The 3rd Generation Intel Core Processor family reduces power use without sacrificing performance, and gives graphics a substantial upgrade.
Nvidia's new high-end graphics card is the most efficient in its class, and a great buy for serious game enthusiasts.
AMD’s latest takes the performance crown, gracefully.
Shopping for a graphics card? You have a lot to pick from. We tested the cream of the crop from AMD and Nvidia to help you find a graphics card that fits your needs.
The Titanium is a push-to-talk phone with great battery life, but slow data speeds make it useless as a smartphone.
Alienware's Aurora is a desktop performance-level gaming PC that's housed in a relatively small case.
Sony hopes to bring 3D to the masses with a low-cost PlayStation-branded television it announced at E3 in Los Angeles.
AMD’s dual-GPU Radeon HD 6990 is the world’s fastest single-slot graphics card. But with massive power comes a massive price tag.
Nvidia’s GeForce GTX 560 Ti makes a strong push for the midrange graphics card crown, but savvy shoppers have a few options before them.
AMD’s latest graphics cards don’t take the speed crown, but they do offer a terrific combination of performance, price, features, and power efficiency.
A perfect storm of price, features and performance make for an excellent buy -- even if it doesn’t lead the pack.
It may not top the charts, but AMD’s Radeon HD 6970 delivers an excellent value.
Google’s prototype Chrome OS computer delivers little more than the company’s browser in a box.