Desktops

11.23.15
Dell is the latest PC maker with a gaping security flaw, but it will fix it
11.23.15

Dell is the latest PC maker with a gaping security flaw, but it will fix it

Dell's PCs have a flawed security certificate that could expose you to attacks.

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11.21.15
Leaked Apple support app could save you a trip to the store
11.21.15

Leaked Apple support app could save you a trip to the store

Apple's rumored support app would not only speed up your Genius Bar visit, but save you from making some trips.

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11.20.15
The world's fastest consumer CPU probably isn't worth the upgrade
11.20.15

The world's fastest consumer CPU probably isn't worth the upgrade

The 8-core i7-5960X does boost performance, but it's not worth the hefty price tag for most users.

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11.18.15
IBM's supercomputer knows what'll be hot this holiday
11.18.15

IBM's supercomputer knows what'll be hot this holiday

Don't expect to see it hanging around the front door of Sears just yet, though.

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11.17.15
ASUS Chromebit review: Turn any display into a Chrome OS machine
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11.17.15

ASUS Chromebit review: Turn any display into a Chrome OS machine

Put ChromeOS on anything with an HDMI port for $85.

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11.16.15
Apple's Tim Cook says a converged MacBook and iPad won't happen
11.16.15

Apple's Tim Cook says a converged MacBook and iPad won't happen

“We feel strongly that customers are not really looking for a converged Mac and iPad."

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11.14.15
Steam Machines are slower gaming systems than Windows PCs
11.14.15

Steam Machines are slower gaming systems than Windows PCs

Benchmarking shows that a SteamOS machine will be slower than its Windows counterpart using similar hardware.

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11.07.15
Lawsuit claims AMD lied about the number of cores in its chips
11.07.15

Lawsuit claims AMD lied about the number of cores in its chips

AMD is facing a class action lawsuit claiming that it sold its 'Bulldozer' chips as eight-core when they effectively have four.

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11.07.15
One of the world's first personal computers is up for sale
11.07.15

One of the world's first personal computers is up for sale

The Kenbak-1 launched in 1971, with no microprocessor, and only 256 bytes of RAM. Fewer than 50 units were ever made, but one of them is up for auction today in Germany.

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