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Fractal Design ION+ 560P Power Supply Review: As Quiet As It Gets

The Fractal Design Ion+ 560P is dead silent and achieves good performance in all areas. If 560W covers your needs, this should be near the top of your shopping list.

Ryzen 5 3500X Reviewed: Promising But Out Of Reach

Chinese media Expreview reviews AMD's latest Rzyen 5 3500X processor.

PSVR 2 May Be Wireless, With AR Potential

Sony filed a patent for an interesting new VR headset that seems worthy of being called the PSVR 2.

EVGA SuperNOVA 750 G5 Power Supply Review

The SuperNOVA 750 G5 is fully modular, compact, and promises for high performance. Will it be able to meet the popular Corsair and Seasonic offerings though?

Linksys Aware Uses Mesh Wi-Fi to Detect Home Invaders

Linksys is updating some of its mesh Wi-Fi routers with motion-sensing capabilities to power a home security system called Linksys Aware.

Researchers Can Now Reverse Engineer Entire Chips With X-Ray Technology

Researchers from the U.S. and Switzerland have invented a new non-destructive technique that allows for the imaging of an entire chip, which could be used to identify hidden backdoors in chips or to verify if a chip's design matches the specifications.

Asus TUF Gaming H7 Wireless Gaming Headset Review: Tweaking Required

There's plenty to like about the Asus TUF Gaming H7 Wireless gaming headset. But we have reservations about its shape and out-of-box sound quality.

Twitter Used Contact Info Provided for Two-Factor Authentication for Targeted Ads

Twitter said phone numbers and email addresses used to secure accounts on its platform were "unintentionally used for advertising purposes."

Blazing Fast 1TB PCIe 4.0 SSDs Drop to $200

If you're ready to jump on the PCIe 4.0 SSD bandwagon, we have some nice 1TB deals that will surely interest you.

One Year Later: Intel Adds Heatsink To M.2 Optane 905P SSD

Intel adds a heatsink to its speedy Optane 905P SSDs.

Document Outlines Google Certification for Gaming Smartphones

Google rumored to be developing a certification for gaming smartphones.

Dutch Police Now Using AI-Powered Surveillance to Catch Drivers on Their Phone

Police in the Netherlands have begun using AI to scan for drivers using their phones.

Atari VCS Architect Quits Over Alleged Non-Payment, Casts Doubt on Console's Future

The Atari VCS' lead architect stopped working with Atari on October 4, leading some to question whether the product will actually reach consumers.

Intel's Kaby Lake Desktop Processors Ride Into the Sunset

Intel is retiring its 7th Generation Kaby Lake Core, Celeron, and Pentium processors.

Astronomical RAM: G.Skill's Newest 32GB DDR4 Modules Make 256GB Kits

G.Skill launches new 256GB memory kits.

Hardcore Multitaskers Only: Android Calls via Windows 10 Have Arrived

The Your Phone app, for making calls of your Android phone from your Windows 10 PC, finally arrived this week.

MSI Accidentally Confirms a Threadripper 3000 TRX40 Motherboard

MSI spills the beans on its upcoming Creator TRX40 motherboard for Threadripper 3000 chips.

DeepCool Gamer Storm Castle 240EX Review: Pretty and Pricey

DeepCool's Gamer Storm Castle 240EX looks good and performs well enough. It's a bit expensive, but if you prioritize aesthetics, it's worth considering.

Aorus CV27F 165Hz Curved Gaming Monitor Review: HDR on Budget

For about $350, the Aorus CV27F delivers everything a performance-oriented gamer could want, including HDR with both FreeSync and G-Sync PCs.

The Element: Intel's Push For A Modular PC

Intel shows off 'The Element,' a dual-slot PCIe card that houses a processor, memory, storage and among other things.

Bitdefender Total Security 2020 Review: One-Stop Protection

Powerful, professional, yet easy to use, Bitdefender Total Security 2020 is top-quality, accurate and stuffed with malware-busting features.

Dropbox Review: File Sharing Made Simple

Dropbox is quick to install and use but doesn’t offer the same value for money or flexibility as Microsoft OneDrive or Google Drive.

Google Drive Review: Cloud Storage for the Masses

Google Drive’s strength is its competitive pricing for online cloud storage that you can share with others.

Arctic Liquid Freezer II 280 AIO Cooler Review: Unique, Affordable Performance

System builders with an aversion to RGB lighting who seek a liquid cooler with distinct attitude should put Arctic’s Liquid Freezer II 280 cooler on their short list.

Acer Predator XN253Q 240Hz Gaming Monitor Review: The King of Speed

The Acer Predator XN253Q monitor should be on every competitive gamer’s short list, thanks to a reliable 240 Hz refresh rate, G-Sync and super-low input lag.

AMD Announces Ryzen 9 3900 and Ryzen 5 3500X

AMD announces the Ryzen 9 3900 and Ryzen 5 3500X with little fanfare, largely because you won't be able to buy them at retail.

Exclusive: Microsoft’s New Surfaces Use Toshiba’s Tiny BG4 SSD

Early units of Microsoft’s new Surface devices sport tiny 2230 SSDs from Toshiba and SK Hynix. But it’s not clear yet which you’ll get.

Comodo Antivirus for Windows Review: Free, Feature-Stacked

With an extra helping of bonus features and customization options, Comodo Antivirus for Windows is free but requires some know-how for the optimal experience.

Back in Black: Noctua's NH-D15 Cooler (And Two Others) Arrive in a Color Other Than Brown

Noctua goes full blackout with its new line of coolers.

Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order Recommended Specs Includes 32GB of RAM

Electronics Arts has unveiled the system requirements for Star Wars Jedi: Fallen Order, and the recommended specs are a doozy. Specifically, it calls for 32GB of RAM.

Microsoft OneDrive Review: Windows-Friendly Cloud Storage

Microsoft OneDrive cloud storage can be used to sync and share files easily, but security and flexibility aren’t its strong points.

Malware Targets Chrome and Firefox To Sniff Encrypted Traffic

Cybersecurity experts at Kaspersky identified a string of malware that affects encrypted communication by modifying Chrome and Firefox install files.

Upcoming XFX RX 5700 XT Thicc III Ultra Graphics Card Is 2.5 Slots Wide With 3 Fans

XFX updates the THICC II RC5700xt to THICC III adding an additional fan and still keeping the same premium styling cues.

US Sanctions Force Adobe to Deactivate Venezuelan Accounts

Adobe announced that it has to deactivate the accounts of its Venezuelan customers to comply with U.S. sanctions.

Microsoft Expands Airband Initiative to Offer High-Speed Internet

Microsoft announced that it's expanding its Airband Initiative with the intent of providing internet access to 40 million people by July 2022.

Atari VCS: New Pics and Details on the AMD-Powered Gaming Device

Atari shared pictures of the upcoming Atari VCS gaming device on Medium.

All-Black, No RGB & Lots of Heatsinks: MSI's MEG X570 Unify

MSI launches it blacked-out MEG X570 Unify motherboards.

Lexar NM600 M.2 NVMe SSD Review: Affordable and Efficient

Lexar's latest NVMe drive competes on price, while sipping power and delivering decent performance. Its main drawback is capacity, topping out at just 480GB.

Ray Tracing Galore: Intel's Xe Graphics Reported to Join the Bandwagon

It's a ray-tracing party, and everyone's invited.

Arctic Drops New Liquid Freezer II All-In-One CPU coolers

Arctic launches the new Liquid Freezer II AIO, which comes with a small integrated fan to cool motherboard components around the socket.

Sony: PS5 Will Feature AMD-Accelerated Ray Tracing

Sony confirmed the console will be called the PlayStation 5, will ship this holiday season and will feature hardware-accelerated ray tracing from AMD's chips.

TeamGroup Introduces DDR4 Memory & PCI-E 4.0 M.2 SSD for Ryzen-3000 Systems

TeamGroup’s new memory is optimized for AMD’s new 3000-series CPUs and the X570 platform.

Intel Axes Kaby Lake-G Processors With AMD's Radeon Vega Graphics

The unholy alliance of Intel CPUs and AMD GPUs in the Kaby Lake-G processors has come to an unceremonious end.

MSI X299 Pushes Intel Cascade Lake-X to the Shores Of Triple EPS12V

Up to 90A to help your 18-core X-series to meet is maker…

Eve’s Crowd-Developed Spectrum Gaming Monitor Will Use LG’s 1ms IPS Panel

Eve reveals exclusive specs and details about its crowd-developed and crowdfunded Eve Spectrum gaming monitor.

TSMC Starts Shipping EUV N7+ Chips, AMD Among Likely Customers

TSMC claims it is delivering the first EUV chips to market with its N7+ process. It delivers a 15% increase in density compared to N7 and has reached similar yield levels.

macOS Catalina Available Now

The latest version of Apple's macOS operating system, macOS Catalina (10.15), is now available.

What Are HBM, HBM2 and HBM2E? A Basic Definition

What is the meaning of HBM and HBM2? High bandwidth memory explained.

Noctua NH-U12A Cooler Review: Expensive Excellence

Noctua’s latest dual-fan tower delivers great thermal performance, quiet operation, and the signature look of the company’s beige-and-brown aesthetics, at a premium price.

Cirrus7 Rolls Out Fanless AMD Ryzen-Powered Mini-STX PC

Cirrus7 announces the brand's new incus A300 Mini-STX PC, which is available for preorder.