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Close to the Metal Ep. 36: Whose Optane Memory is it anyway?

Intel Optane Memory is right around the corner, but there are still a lot of unanswered questions surrounding its release. We'll break down what we know on this week's Close to the Metal.
Computing

Thermaltake’s View 28 is a gull-wing case with beautiful lighting

There are many considerations when selecting a case beyond its specs, like how it looks and how easy it is to get into. Thermaltake has taken all of those things into consideration in the design of its new View 28 mid-tower case.
Gaming

Better spend your points: Nintendo DSi Shop closes at the end of March

Nintendo is closing its DSi Shop at the end of this month, and players have until march 31 to spend any remaining points before permanently losing the ability to purchase new games.
Gaming

LiquidSky promises seamless PC game streaming with relaunched client

Gaming-focused cloud streaming service LiquidSky relaunched with support for hundreds of compatible PC games, promising high-quality, low-latency performance across Windows PCs, smartphones, and tablets.
Computing

Switch to Windows 10 dark mode in seconds with our guide

Despite once being reserved strictly for developers, dark mode is now available to all Windows users. Here's how to activate the feature and adjust the accent colors in Windows 10.
Computing

Install Creators Update early using an unreleased Upgrade Assistant tool, ISOs

Creators Update is hitting the masses in April but there are two methods you can use to grab the update before everyone else. This is done via Microsoft's yet-to-be-released revamped Upgrade Assistant tool, or with an ISO file.
Gaming

Report: 'Call of Duty: WWII' takes series back to D-Day

Call of Duty: WWII is reportedly the next game in the series, taking the action back to World War II and the D-Day invasion. The series hasn't seen any World War II content since 2010.
Movies & TV

Warner Bros, IMAX to partner on ‘Justice League,’ ‘Aquaman’ VR experiences

IMAX and Warner Bros Pictures announced that the two companies are partnering on a three-year plan to release one virtual reality experience each year based on Warner Bros films, starting with this year's Justice League.
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If Sears goes bankrupt, what happens to your product warranties?

In its annual filing, Sears acknowledged doubts about the company remaining in business. Extended warranties cause customer concern. According to a bankruptcy attorney, warranties would be considered after creditors.
Cars

Volvo’s U.S. boss hopes drivers “will wake up and start appreciating station wagons again”

After re-inventing all of its 90-series models, Volvo is turning its attention to the mid-range 60-series cars. Lex Kerssemakers, the head of the company's North American arm, speaks candidly on the future of performance, downsizing, and…
Photography

Panasonic squashes rumors on scaling back cameras, confirms some changes

Panasonic quieted rumors of a serious scale back on camera production but did confirm that some changes are in the works. The change is designed to enhance customer experience, the company says.
Photography

Videographer offers 5 tips for better fast-cut video editing

As more and more people start to discover video as a medium to tell their stories and document their lives, more of us are looking to learn about video editing and the process of making videos.