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Graphics cards: A beginner’s guide to getting the best GPU for you

A new graphics card might be just the kick in the pants your system needs. We've got you covered with this rundown of the best graphics cards available today, regardless of what your budget allows for.
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What is Nvidia G-Sync, and how does it make graphics look prettier?

Graphical tearing and input lag are menaces that G-Sync addresses, but getting your hands on it may require you to put down some serious cash.
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Dell Inspiron 15 7000 series Review

Dell Inspiron 15 7000 series review.
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Apple, Google, and others are defying gov’ts to tell us when we’re being spied on

Policy alterations taking place at several major technology companies mean in the future, they will inform more customers about government and law enforcement requests for your private data.
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Hard drives, SSDs, and disks in between: What’s the best fit for you?

Here, we take a look at some of the primary pros and cons of the consumer-oriented storage options that are on the market today.
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This prototype Microsoft keyboard also reads hand gestures

This prototype keyboard from MIcrosoft has sensors built in that allow it to read hand gestures. You can learn more about this peripheral here.
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Microsoft tweaks Bing Smart Search in Win 8.1 to help it understand natural language better

Microsoft hopes to make Windows 8.1 easier to use with some changes its adding to Bing Smart Search, which it has begun to roll out this weak. You can learn more about the tweaks here.
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Windows XP usage is still going strong, even though Microsoft no longer supports it

Though Microsoft has stopped supporting Windows XP, millions of people are still using it. However, Windows 7 and Windows 8.1 got a bit more popular as well. Learn more here.
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Microsoft bails out XP users with unexpected Internet Explorer zero-day flaw patch

Though it wasn't in the cards initially, Microsoft has decided to patch the recently discovered zero-day flaw in Internet Explorer for Windows XP users after all. You can learn more here.
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Pew: only 39 percent of Internet users took steps to protect themselves from Heartbleed

Many Internet users did not take any measures to protect themselves from the Heartbleed OpenSSL bug, the Pew Research Center found. Learn more here.
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America’s nuclear arsenal still relies on floppy disks (and it’s intentional)

You might not have touched floppies in ages, but they're still used for plenty of important tasks, like operating and safeguarding parts of our nuclear arsenal. You can learn more here.
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MacBook Pro used as a benchmark for the design of a…cutting board

This cutting board looks quite like a MacBook Pro, and that's no coincidence. You can learn more about the Apple Wood Cutting Board here,