New Raspberry Pi Zero micro computer is smaller, faster, and costs $5 2:44

The new Raspberry Pi Zero has launched for the holidays and instantly sold out. Costing just $5, it is more powerful and less expensive than the older Raspberry Pi. It is a full-blown programmable computer that can run Linux.

The Darknet Shopper bot is back on the Deep Web; let’s see what it buys next

The bot designed to shop on the Deep Web is out of police company and shopping again. Its first purchase since being taken into custody for buying ecstasy is pretty tame, but the conversation about internet purchasing rages and people are…

Sony looks at Microsoft and develops app to let you stream PS4 games on PC and Mac

Looks like consumers won't have to stream PS4 games on their PCs using third-party apps, as Sony reveals in-house app is in development.

Glorious 128GB DDR4 RAM hits the business market

Samsung blasts the door open with 128GB DDR4 RAM for enterprises. Consumer hardware on the way, though it might take a few years before you see this type of memory speed in one of your everyday devices,

Asus launches blinged-out GTX 980 Ti

In time of its 20th anniversary, Asus takes the opportunity to announce the shiny Asus 20th Anniversary Gold Edition GTX 980 Ti. Asus claims that this is the fastest GTX 980 Ti on the planet,

How to take a screenshot on a Mac

Here's a quick explanation of how to take a screenshot on a Mac using both keyboard shortcuts and the bundled Preview application. Once you know how, you'll be able to snap shots of all sizes within seconds.

The NSA will no longer collect your metadata starting tonight

Ending an infamous era of Big Brother-esque surveillance, the National Security Agency's bulk phone surveillance program will officially be discontinued by Sunday, November 29.

How long does your laptop last on a charge? Here’s how to find out

Finding an exact value for your laptop's battery life is a bit tricky, but its an important way to benchmark your system. Here's what you need to know about precise battery measurement.
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Lenovo and Razer join forces to create new generation of desktops

Lenovo and Razer have announced a partnership for new gaming desktops and laptops. Details are sketchy at the moment, but the new devices should be ready for debut at CES 2016.

Russia plans to build its largest data center on top of a nuclear power plant

While most of the world still balks at the notion of using nuclear energy to power large-scale enterprises, Russia recently announced plans to build what could be its largest data center right on top of the Kalinin nuclear power plant.