Gordon Mah UngExecutive Editor, Macworld

One of founding fathers of hardcore tech reporting, Gordon has been covering PCs and components since 1998.

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MacBook Pro throttling: What we know, how it was fixed, and what it means for Apple

The 2018 MacBook Pro has had an eventful week. We'll talk about the new laptop and its performance issues. Join us with your comments and questions.

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The throttled MacBook Pro: Discussing the heat problems with Apple’s new laptop

The MacBook Pro's Core i9 CPU has come under fire (figuratively) for its performance. Our editors have some early thoughts and testing results on the laptop's CPU throttling.

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Hands on: Razer's Core X GPU enclosure is cheaper, bigger, and even works with Macs

The Core X external GPU case will take up to a 3-slot wide GPU, provide up to 100 watts over Thunderbolt 3 for charging, and cost just $299.

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Star Wars gift guide: Top picks for fans who are tech geeks

PCWorld's Star Wars gift guide, is for people who are (or are shopping for) Star Wars fans who are also tech geeks. Our top picks range from droids to drones, from LEGOs to ugly sweaters, and even snow globes.

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Intel Inside: The CPUs Apple could stuff in the next MacBooks

It's the time of year when everyone gets to play the "what CPU will Apple use next" game.

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How Thunderbolt 3 won the port wars

Intel's putting Thunderbolt 3 into its CPUs and opening up the spec, and that means one thing: world domination.

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Finsix Dart-C charger review: Tiny, powerful, and worth the expense

Finsix's Dart-C is almost as small as a phone charger but can power an entire laptop.

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Tested: The truth behind the MacBook Pro's 'terrible' battery life

Most reviewers said the MacBook Pro's battery life was great. Many users said the MacBook Pro's battery life was terrible, and Consumer Reports agreed until it changed its mind. Who's right? We ran a bunch of benchmarks to find out.

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The Ehang 184 personal drone is ready to fly

With 200-plus successful test flights, the Ehang 184 autonomous aerial vehicle (in other words, a person-sized drone) has permission to fly, but its first operation probably won’t be in the United States.

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Hands-on with Propel's Collectible Star Wars Battle Quads

Yes, you can finally relive the Battle of Yavin with these fighting Star Wars drones.

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Mario's coming to the iPhone

Super Mario Run lets you play one-handed against other players around the world.

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10 key things to know about Intel's Kaby Lake CPUs

Intel's 7th-gen Kaby Lake CPUs will bring massive power savings when playing 4K video and a double-digit performance increase.

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Apple’s old Mac Pro has to go, and we’ve designed the perfect replacement

The 2013-vintage Mac Pro is looking older and older as new generations of CPU, GPU, and other hardware have advanced beyond it. We imagine what a caught-up Mac Pro would look like.

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Who makes the most reliable hard drive? Latest BackBlaze survey claims to know

Seagate's reliability improved dramatically, but Hitachi still rules the roost.

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This electric bike is made for Imperial Stormtroopers

Zeitgeist's carbon-fiber electric bike will go up to 100 miles on a charge and looks like it was built for the Empire.

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