Comcast targets cord cutters with data cap dodging Stream TV

Comcast's latest attempt to woo cord cutters is a streaming TV service offered exclusive to its Internet-only customers, which allows users to dodge the company's often-criticized data caps.

Intel's 10-core monster planned for Q2 2016 debut, according to new leak

If a leaked roadmap from Intel is accurate, Broadwell-E CPUs will be available in the early summer of 2016, with the Kaby Lake and Apollo Lake SoC coming later in the year.

Take to the virtual skies with these 6 free flight simulators

You don't have to spend your paycheck to become a virtual ace pilot when it comes to flight simulation. Here are our picks for the best free flight simulators so you can unleash your inner Maverick or Iceman, regardless if you're running…

Cirque du Soleil is using VR to put you on stage in its latest production 1:58

Virtual reality is shaping up to, potentially, be the next big revolution in tech. Now Cirque du Soleil, the world famous theater company, has decided to explore the medium.

Knights Landing to bring 72 compute cores to workstations next year

Intel's new Knights Landing is a super-computing component that's being brought to workstations in 2016. It provides an incredible 72 cores combined with 15GB of on-board MCDRAM.

Surface Book and Surface Pro 4 firmware update fix freezing issue

If you're one of the newest owners of a Microsoft Surface Book or Surface Pro 4, there's a slight chance you're among the unlucky few who have had freezing issues due to problematic touch drivers. Well no longer after this update.

Don’t shoot RAW: Reuters instructs photographers to submit only JPEGs

News agency Reuters is requesting all its freelance photographers to submit only original, unedited JPEG files, not uncompressed RAW files, citing its ethics policy and a need for speed.
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Asus Strix R9 380X OC Review

Even with twice the power of a PS4, AMD's Radeon R9 380X still can't conquer 1440p.

Microsoft's new Bing app lets you buy music or watch a movie without skipping a beat

Microsoft's reimagined Bing app for iOS links to relevant pages within apps such as Netflix, Amazon, iTunes, YouTube, and more depending on the search. It packs a barcode scanner, too.

Is cyber-sickness a 21st century plague?

Studies have found viewing digital content in a variety of forms can cause motion sickness, and that up to 80 percent of people are vulnerable to the problem.

Crytek Back to Dinosaur Island VR experience available to everyone … with a DK2 3:10

Think you could handle coming face-to-face with one of the biggest carnivores the Earth has ever seen? That's what you're faced with in Crytek's newly released demo of its Back to Dinosaur Island experience from earlier this year.

Can’t afford a Surface Pro? What about Fujitsu’s alternative? 1:40

The success of Microsoft's newest Surface Pro has spurred many imitators, and Fujitsu is the latest to join the party. Its upcoming competitor offers up to twelve hours of battery life.