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Watch Duke take on Wisconsin with our March Madness championship game streaming guide

Catch every buzzer-beating basket and incredible upset with our comprehensive guide on how to stream 2015's edition of NCAA March Madness online.

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Microsoft’s Project Spartan browser will not enable Do Not Track by default

Microsoft's next iteration of its Internet browser, codenamed Spartan, won't have Do Not Track enabled by default. This may mean less for privacy than you'd think.

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Did LG just reveal an 8K iMac planned for later this year?

Apple is set to launch an 8K resolution iMac before the year is out, according to a recent post on the LG Display blog. Is the rumor a mistake, or a leak about something big in the works at Cupertino?

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Origin's unassuming Chronos doesn't scream performance, but it still screams

Can a Titan X fit comfortably in a small gaming rig? Origin seems to think so, and has set out to prove it with the latest Chronos, a system that can even tackle 4K gaming – for…

  • Pros: Compact, yet has solid connectivity , Most hardware is easy…
  • Cons: Boring design , Not much room for future upgrades

Star Trek enthusiast docks Wi-Fi router into model of the original Enterprise

A clever Star Trek enthusiast has figured out how to stuff Wi-Fi hardware into a model of the original Enterprise, leading to a unique and surprisingly functional router.

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John Oliver and Edward Snowden explain how the NSA collects pics of our junk

John Oliver interviewed NSA leaker Edward Snowden about the most important issue of our day: Whether or not the federal government can see out naughty nude photos, and what the feds do with all those pictures.

Movies & TV

You can now pre-order Intel’s first computer on a stick

Amazon and Newegg have begun accepting preorders for Intel's new Compute Stick, which allows users to transform a monitor or TV into a PC. The stick comes with either Windows 8.1 or Linux, and it's approximately four inches long.

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Bill Gates writes a moving letter to employees on Microsoft’s 40th anniversary

Bill Gates wrote to Microsoft employees over the weekend as the computer giant celebrated its 40th anniversary. In the message, the Microsoft co-founder talked about future opportunities for the company while thanking employees for their hard work.

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What will the Surface Pro 4 be like? We put 10 rumors to the test

Rumors have begun to swirl around the Surface Pro 4. Could it include a retina-quality display, 16GB of RAM, 1TB of storage, Intel Core M, and Windows 10? We take a close look at the rumors and find out what's real, what's possible, and what may be a complete…

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Avoid Google Chrome’s security flaw with these password manager apps

The Internet is a scary place, especially if you don't have a proper passcode manager. Here's a quick guide to password manager apps: what they do, how they protect, and good ones to choose.

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Should you shell out for an extended warranty? We ask an expert

When buying consumer electronics should you consider paying out for an extended warranty? We asked an expert about what devices, if any, are worth getting coverage for, and what you can expect for your money.

Mobile

Take your Chromebook experience to the next level by installing Windows

If you want to push the functionality of your new Chromebook to another level, and Linux isn't really your deal, you can try installing Windows.

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Are Chrome OS desktops useful, or toys

Chrome OS is coming to desktops ranging from the $100 Asus Chromebit to HP's powerful Core i7 Chromebox. Are these systems a viable alternative to a Windows PC, or does Google have its head in the clouds?

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Illinois man cleared of child porn charges after it was discovered he unintentionally downloaded it

A Cook County, Illinois, judge found a man not guilty after child pornography was found on a folder on his work computer. He testified it was unintentionally downloaded and mixed up with his World War II downloads.

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Three new Samsung curved monitors target budget buyers

Samsung has announced it will be debuting new curved monitors, the 31.5-inch SE590C Series, 27-inch SE591C Series and SE510C Series, this coming May. The monitors promise to bring curved displays to lower price points.

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