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12.01.15
Future PS4 games will have more power to play with
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Future PS4 games will have more power to play with

Sony unlocks a seventh CPU core.

By N. Summers,   12.01.15
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09.03.15
Your doctor may soon check your heart with a smartphone
09.03.15

Your doctor may soon check your heart with a smartphone

An iPhone app could soon tell doctors if your heart is normal or not.

By S. Dent,   09.03.15
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09.01.15
Intel's 'Skylake' CPU family includes an unlocked laptop chip
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09.01.15

Intel's 'Skylake' CPU family includes an unlocked laptop chip

Intel just took the wraps off most of its Skylake-based 6th-generation Core processors, and there are quite a few pleasant surprises.

By J. Fingas,   09.01.15
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08.08.15
Old Intel chips are vulnerable to a fresh security exploit
08.08.15

Old Intel chips are vulnerable to a fresh security exploit

You might want to get rid of that old computer in the basement -- it's vulnerable to a hardware-level security exploit.

By J. Fingas,   08.08.15
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09.10.14
NPD breaks down Heavy Core, Light Core, Casual PC players
09.10.14

NPD breaks down Heavy Core, Light Core, Casual PC players

Of the US population age 9 and older, 37 percent of people play games on the PC, the NPD reports in...

By J. Conditt,   09.10.14
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08.31.14
Innovating laziness: the rise of the remote control
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Innovating laziness: the rise of the remote control

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By J. Turi,   08.31.14
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06.23.14
Sony SmartBand review: a fitness tracker that goes beyond fitness
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06.23.14

Sony SmartBand review: a fitness tracker that goes beyond fitness

When you hear the word "wearable," there's a good chance you think of a wristband, probably one th...

By J. Trew,   06.23.14
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06.04.14
Sony's $99 life-tracking SmartBand lands in the US
06.04.14

Sony's $99 life-tracking SmartBand lands in the US

Let's flash back to the heady days of CES 2014, shall we? Sony embraced the wearable bandwagon (ag...

By C. Velazco,   06.04.14
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05.14.14
Analysts: 75 percent of US core gamers prefer physical copies
05.14.14

Analysts: 75 percent of US core gamers prefer physical copies

According to sales and marketing analyst NPD Group, 75 percent of American core gamers prefer physi...

By J. Reahard,   05.14.14
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