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Great games done dirt cheap, courtesy of GOG and GamersGate.
If your gaming rig and home network are up to snuff, you can stream Steam games to another PC (including Macs and Linux machines) or Windows tablet and play in other parts of your abode. Here's how to set it up.
From new chips to super-fast storage and amazing connectivity improvements, the future of computing was unveiled at Computex.
Asus says the RT-AC3200 is the world's fastest consumer router.
Corsair's Flash Voyager GTX flash drive may fit in your pocket, but it's packed with big-time storage and blazing-fast transfer speeds.
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Nope, it's not just you.
Netflix said price increases were coming, and here they are.
Talking to a bunch of your buds just got a whole lot less costly for Skype users.
Yep, a lot of folks are using Apache OpenOffice -- despite the fact that many Linux distros now default to LibreOffice.