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What to do about Heartbleed

Heartbleed is out there, and you need to take some precautions to protect your information. Here are some tips on exactly what to do now that the flaw has been exposed. Add comment

Eagletech Neptor NP056K external battery pack review

The Neptor NP056K battery pack has some compelling features that set it apart from other external battery packs. Add comment

Ducky DK9008G2 Pro review. Is this mechanical keyboard Nirvana?

Ducky Channel is a brand that is probably not familiar to most... They are a Taiwanese manufacturer of high-quality mechanical keyboards. Today we review the DK9008G2 Pro. Add comment

OWC Mercury Elite Pro Qx2 review

The Mercury Elite Pro Qx2 external hard drive array is versatile and speedy, but some odd pricing may make for a head-scratcher in certain configurations. Add comment

AMD launches Radeon HD 8970M

AMD has announced their newest high-end mobile GPU, the 8970M, and released specs. Add comment

Sensu Brush review

The Sensu Brush is a digital brush and stylus tool with actual capacitive bristles that seeks to bring a true "paintbrush" feel to digital painting. Add comment

SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 7990 announced

SAPPHIRE announced their version of the AMD Radeon HD 7990 today. Here are the specs and features of this new dual GPU monster. Add comment

T-Mobile’s new Simple Choice plan: the time to switch is now

T-Mobile's new "Simple Choice" rate plan is one of those things that leaves us all scratching our heads, wondering "Why hasn't anyone done this sooner?" Add comment

PowerColor PCS+ Radeon HD7850 2GB review

PowerColor may not be a familiar name to many, but the PCS+ HD7850 GPU is surprisingly spry under the hood. Add comment

Oculus Rift: Good news and bad news

A message from Oculus to developer kit pre-order customers contained some good news and some (slightly) bad news. Add comment

DesignworksUSA teams up with Thermaltake to create new gaming headset

BMW DesignworksUSA and Thermaltake have teamed up once again to create another snazzy gaming peripheral—this time, a headset. Add comment

ECS refresh their G24 all-in-one

ECS has released details of a sleek all-in-one touchscreen desktop PC—the new G24. Add comment

Score some free games with your next GPU

Thinking of upgrading your old GPU? Well AMD have just the offer for you. Hot on the heels of last year’s ‘Never Settle’ promotion which gave gamers the chance to snag free games with the purchase of a new graphics card comes ‘Never Settle: Reloaded’.  From now until December 31st 2013 gamers can get their [...] Add comment

OCZ Vector 256GB SSD review

The OCZ Vector SSD line is the first of the company's drives to feature a controller developed entirely in-house. Here's our review. Add comment

Fractal Design Node 304 case review

Fractal Design's Swedish design sensibilities come into play with the Node 304 Mini-ITX case. Does it pass the Wife Acceptance Factor and Living Room Test? Add comment

New OCZ Vector SSD promo gives away Far Cry 3 for free

OCZ is promoting their Vector SSD line with a free copy of Far Cry 3. Add comment

Meet the new NZXT flagship case. Phantom 820 reviewed

The NZXT Phantom 820 is their new flagship full-tower case for enthusiasts. Here's a look at what overclockers and large system builders have to look forward to. Add comment

The new version of 3DMark has arrived

Today Futuremark releases the newest version of their iconic 3DMark benchmarking tool, simply titled "3DMark". Add comment

Tt eSports Level 10 M Mouse review

Thermaltake has unleashed the BMW-designed Tt eSports Level 10 M gaming mouse. Here's how it stacks up. Add comment

Nanoxia Deep Silence 1 brings German engineering to the world of cases

Nanoxia is a German case designer that has sent along their Deep Silence I case for us to look at; featuring absolutely clean design, does it live up to its name of being silent? Add comment

Oculus Rift might actually deliver on the promise of virtual reality gaming

A lot of people have a lot to say about the Oculus Rift. Can a head-mounted, heavy peripheral that must be worn actually sell? Only if the experience is amazing... Add comment