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Nvidia's First Maxwell Card is a Power-Sipping Screamer

Nvidia's Tegra K1 is damned pretty for mobile tech, but the desktop team hasn't just been sitting around waiting for Tegra to catch up. Say hello to Maxwell—the new architecture on the desktop side—and the GTX 750Ti. It's a tiny little sucker that's worth its weight in watts. Read More >>

apple
Steve Jobs's Lisa Mouse Found Inside Long-Lost Time Capsule

Time capsules are all well and good, but if you set a date on which to dig one up and review its contents, you'd better hope you'd made a good map of where you left it first. He may have been a visionary, but it's one oversight Apple's Steve Jobs made. Read More >>

computers
Sony is Selling Off its Vaio PC Business

Sony has decided to give up on its Vaio PC business, and has announced that it is selling the entire division to Japan Industrial Partners. Read More >>

laptops
Fujitsu's GranNote is a Laptop for Your Nan

Making a notebook for the over 60s takes more than just bigger default fonts and pre-installed Vera Lynn albums, according to Fujitsu. Read More >>

computers
Take the Guesswork Out of First Time PC Building with These YoYoTech Bundles

Building a PC from scratch can be a rewarding and educating exercise, but for the uninitiated it can be a daunting minefield. Will this processor be compatible with this motherboard? Which power supply do I need? What the hell is "RAM"? Read More >>

apple
Happy 30th Birthday Macintosh, the Controversial World-Changer

Today is a very special day for a very special computer. This is the computer that started it all, the device that changed everything, the very thing that kicked off the era of the personal computer. Happy 30th birthday, Macintosh. It's been quite a trip. Read More >>

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Apple Celebrates 30 Years of Mac With Retrospective Video...and Moby

30th birthdays are a time for reflection: Looking back at former glories, worrying about the growing paunch by the belt line, drawing in lost hairs onto a balding crown with a Sharpie pen. Not so for Apple though -- it's celebrating 30 years of Mac computers this year, and has got all its trendy mates around to pay homage at its altar of pricey computing. Read More >>

computers
Give Your Browser Some Serious Nostalgia With These Emulator Websites

Want to stroll down virtual memory lane? You could futz around with classic software on a virtual machine or rummage around ebay for a working model of your first computer. Or, you could cruise the seven classic Windows and Mac OS emulator sites found by Ars Technica's Jon Brodkin. Which sounds a hell of a lot easier. Read More >>

computers
IBM's Watson is Now the Size of Three Pizza Boxes--It's Also a Billionaire

IBM just put the pedal to the metal on Watson's crawl towards relevance. The company just announced a billion dollar investment, giving the supercomputer its own business division as well as an office in New York City's Astor Place. Read More >>

security
Cop Cams to Record The Shootings of the UK's Armed Police

Members of the UK police who carry guns will soon be required to have a webcam attached to their lapels too, in order to provide visual evidence of their actions and hopefully restore trust in the work of our armed police. Read More >>

concepts
Toshiba Crammed 5 Computers in its Shape-Shifting Concept 5-in-1 PC

It's a concept but it's a super fun one. Toshiba's shape-shifting 5-in-1 PC somehow manages to be a laptop, a tablet, a convertible tablet, a canvas, and a presentation TV-type device. A few of those five might be redundant (and/or useless), but it's pretty cool to see one computer try to be everything you want it to be. Read More >>

computers
Gigabyte's Squeezed Amazing Gaming Guts Into a 0.9-Inch Thick Laptop

This laptop might not have the sleek looks of a shiny ultrabook, but what does that matter when Gigabyte has managed to cram some crazy powerful gaming guts into its 0.9-inch frame? Read More >>

computers
Razer's Modular Desktop Makes Building a PC Like Playing With Lego

Building your own computer is generally reserved for the hardcore, the devoted, the geeky. But with Razer's Project Christine, it's as easy as playing with Lego. Really big, actively mineral cooled Legos. Also it looks like a badass rack of rockets or something, which is cool as shit. Read More >>

computers
13 Steam Boxes, Ranked

Last night, Valve announced and showed off a collection of 13 different third party Steam Boxes at its CES event. What Valve didn't do was rank them for you. We've taken the liberty of handling that, based on criteria that's almost entirely arbitrary. Read More >>

computers
These Colourful Computer Glasses Are Fun! But, Uh, Computer Glasses

That screen you're staring at all day is screwing up your eyes, but you don't do anything about it. For years, Gunnar Optiks has sold glasses that help take the strain off, but let's face it, they make you look like an asshole. So Gunnar is trotting out a new line of glasses that look more like beachwear than nerd glasses. Now you can be the the person everyone stares at while you're trying to work. Read More >>

computers
Intel Dual OS: Stuffing Android and Windows Into the Same PC

Anyone who's tried it can tell you that cohabitation is hard. But Intel's hoping that those Odd Couple hiccups can be overcome with its Dual OS project, which puts Android and Windows in the same, dual-booting PC. Felix, meet Oscar. Read More >>

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