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Computing

As PC sales dwindle, high-end builders find that gamers aren’t going anywhere

There's been plenty of talk about the death of the PC and the post-PC era. However, if you ask the CEOs of three boutique PC manufacturing outfits, they're not exactly buying it. Read on to learn more.
Product Review

Epson Stylus Pro 3880 Review

Epson Stylus Pro 3880 review.
Web

Google+ photo editor boosted with HDR and zoom tools

You may have never used the Google+ Photos editor, even if you're backing up your pictures there, but Google has introduced a couple of new features to make the app more functional for users.
Mobile

Eyes-on GlassesOff, the app that promises to improve failing eyesight

We go eyes-on with GlassesOff, a new app with strong scientific credentials, which promises to help those with declining eyesight read small print without reading glasses, or eye-strain.
Cars

Koenigsegg One:1 hypercar test drives start February 26th (and no, you’re not invited)

A new rendering of the Koengisegg One:1 hypercar has hit the Internet. Set to debut on March 4th at the Geneva Motor Show, the One:1 will first be offered to six lucky folks for a test drive on February 26th.
Mobile

Flappy Bird creator pulled hit game from app stores

It has amassed over 50 million downloads and earns an average of $50k a day in advertising revenue, but now Flappy Bird is about to be pulled from the app stores by its creator Dong Nguyen.
Mobile

Windows Phone 8.1 notification center appears in leaked screenshots

Here's our clearest look yet at the improvements coming in Windows Phone 8.1: a leaked presentation slide shows off the all-new notification center being added to Microsoft's mobile OS.
Gaming

World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition blows up in new screens

Check out a whole mess of new screens from Wargaming's World of Tanks: Xbox 360 Edition! You'll see tanks all alone! Tanks in groups! Tanks blowing each other up! There's even a tank near a bicycle!
Mobile

Shoot, ski, record: How biathletes use tech to stay on target

The biathlon may have originated from the hardship of life in Scandinavia, but in modern times, tech helps athletes master the sport’s unique demands.
Photography

Online photo community 500px launches Prime, a commercial licensing service

Popular online photo community 500px, a place where amateur and professional photographers share their work, is launching a commercial licensing service called Prime. Acting as an agent, 30 percent of proceeds from a photo sold goes to the…
Opinion

NBC warms to streaming for Sochi, but still leaves cord-cutters out in the cold

NBC will air all 15 events of the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics online, where it will live stream some 1,000 hours of coverage. But really, the network would much rather you watch them tape-delayed on TV.