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Intel offers new Skylake details at IDF15

As part of the Intel Developer Forum, new details on the capabilities of Skylake are making the rounds — but we're still waiting on firm details regarding pricing and availability.

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Dell releases beastly Alienware 18 gaming laptop

Alienware 18 has some absurd specs including a Core i7-4710MQ and two GeForce GTX 970M GPUs.

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Having audio issues with Windows 10? The fix is just a few clicks away

Let's do some troubleshooting. Here are the ways you can fix Windows 10 audio issues to remove the dreaded sound of silence.

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DDoS attacks hit record numbers in Q2 2015

DDoS attacks have grown substantially in the last quarter, according to Akamai's latest State of the Internet report. Large-scale attacks have increased, and gaming networks on the most common victim.

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IBM’s unveils the brain-inspired TrueNorth cognitive computer

IBM's new TrueNorth chip is the result of seven years of work, and represents a fundamental change in computing architecture, scalability, and power.

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Speak and it shall be done: Intel’s Skylake can be awakened with your voice

Cortana might have helped Master Chief save the human race more than once, but in the near future she'll be helping us turn on our PCs with a simple voice command; thanks to Intel's Skylake chips and Windows 10.

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Nvidia is making it possible to play local co-op online

Cooperative play might have once been a living room affair, but today it's all about online play. With Nvidia's new Geforce Experience Share update, you can even play local co-op games over the Internet.

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Parallels 11 brings Macs and PCs together like never before

Don't be that snob that hates on any one OS. Appreciate them for what they all offer, and use them all if you feel like it. Parallels 11 makes that a whole lot easier, while also supporting Microsoft's latest operating system, Windows 10.

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Microsoft patches up major flaw in Internet Explorer

If your'e a regular Internet Explorer user, you'll want to make sure that your browser is up to date, as Microsoft has just released a new patch for its ageing browser that affects all versions across many operating systems.

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Vaio computers are returning to the U.S., starting with the Z Canvas this fall

Last year we mourned the passing of Vaio, Sony's longtime PC brand. Last year Vaio was reborn under new ownership, still focusing on premium quality PCs. Now Vaio is returning to the U.S. with the Z Canvas this fall.

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Ashley Madison hackers follow through with threat to dump members’ data online

Cheating spouses who use the Ashley Madison site may be sweating it out in the coming days after hackers dumped stolen data online that reveals not only names and payment information, but also intimate details of their sexual preferences and fantasies.

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3 reasons you shouldn’t buy an all-in-one

All-in-one computers have become a popular desktop alternative over the last half-decade. They promise a sleeker, more intuitive experience, but their initial attractiveness can quickly wear off.

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Target in $67m settlement with Visa over massive 2013 hack

Target was hit by a massive hack back in 2013, one which affected as many as 110m customers. To cover the costs of card issuers that had to deal with its aftermath, the retail giant has agreed with Visa to pay $67m to those affected.

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Razer and Intel are working together on a RealSense-enabled 3D camera

Razer and Intel are collaborating on a 3D-sensing camera for consumer-end VR and gaming computers.. The device should make it possible to dodge enemy attacks in a fighting game by physically moving around.

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