HDTV Picks for Black Friday, and how to make sure you get a good deal! NES Classic Edition, Samsung 960 EVO is Faster than the Pro, Serious Sam VR Scales, WD PiDRive Foundation Edition, is your phone sending your data to China, and what's up with the SSD in the Touch Bar MacBook Pro models?
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- Amazon top sellers
- NES Classic Edition sells out in seconds...
- Touch Bar MacBook Pro models have non-upgradeable SSDs, seemingly under-sized batteries
- The surprising reason why the new MacBook Pro doesn't have (much) more battery life
- The Touch Bar on the new MacBook Pro is interesting, but check out that GPU
- NVIDIA GeForce 375.86 Game Ready Drivers Released
- RX 480 versus the GTX 1060; who gets your $250?
- NVIDIA's Third Quarter Up to $2 Billion USD in Revenue
- Intel Is Making a Major Investment in Autonomous Vehicles
- Samsung is buying Harman for $8B to further its connected car push
- Qualcomm Teases Snapdragon 835, built on Samsung 10nm FinFET
- Oculus Rift reduces system requirements w/ Asynchronous Spacewarp
- Serious Sam VR: The Last Hope cales w/ Multi-GPU
- Google Earth for HTC Vive!
- HTC Announces Wireless Kit from TPCAST for Vive VR
- Samsung 960 EVO 250GB and 1TB M.2 NVMe SSD Full Review - TurboWrite Squared
- WD PiDrive Foundation Edition
- HP's tiny Xeon-powered PC puts the Mac Mini to shame
- Secret Back Door in Some U.S. Phones Sent Data to China, Analysts Say
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