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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.

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Google reportedly launching a Nexus-branded set-top box

Google may be taking another stab at the living room, with the Nexus brand as the point of the spear.

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Beats Music subscription service arrives in January to take on a crowded market

A new, upcoming music streaming service from Beats Audio aims to take Spotify’s lunch.

Spotify for Artists wants to woo musicians with real-time data

The popular audio-streaming service will arm artists with a treasure trove of data about music streaming.

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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Clap along to Happy, Pharrell Williams’ 24-hour long interactive music video

Betcha can’t watch it just once.

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Party poopers: Turntable pulling the plug on

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

YouTube arrives on the Xbox One

Revamped YouTube app sports a new look for a new console generation.

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

The premiere farming simulator arrives on iOS.

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

Hyperactive skulking games are all the rage these days.

Diving in to Desktop Dungeons

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

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.


Anomaly 2 upgrades the tower defense genre on iOS

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