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There is Only One Internet

by Brett Thomas on April 25, 2014 in Staff Editorials

The press coverage for Heartbleed has come and gone, and it seems like the public has missed the message. Brett takes a step back to glance at the bigger picture of a world that authenticates based on what we know, and what that means when everyone else knows it, too.

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Apple’s Newest Mac Pro Costs Less than DIY PC Build… Thanks to AMD

by Rob Williams on December 27, 2013 in Staff Editorials

Word’s out that Apple’s latest Mac Pro costs less than an equal-configured do-it-yourself PC, but as we’ve discovered, this is one of those cases where there’s more than meets the eye. Has Apple finally loosened up on its famed “Apple Tax”? Not so. Instead, the attractive pricing of the latest Mac Pro owes its thanks to none other than AMD.

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Building an HTPC: Planning, Part Picking & Building

by Ryan Perry on November 8, 2013 in Staff Editorials

Today, most of us are always on the hunt for tools that can make our lives easier. Enter the HTPC. We have the Internet, movies and photos on our phones – why not on our TVs? Come along on a voyage of technological discovery that is fraught with peril, as we cover the good and potentially bad of building one of these handy systems.

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(Getting Out from) Under the Surface

by Brett Thomas on September 27, 2013 in Editorials, Staff Editorials

Microsoft has been making a lot of weird moves lately, but the strangest of all has been its release (and now re-release) of the Surface tablet. With Steve Ballmer now out of lives, we take a look at his strange vision of Microsoft’s future – and how it has affected the company.


Where’s the Challenge: Have MMOs Become Too Easy?

by Rob Williams on July 5, 2013 in Gaming, Staff Editorials

When World of Warcraft launched in 2004, the world of MMO gaming immediately felt its impact. Competing titles didn’t stand much chance, and some were even canceled before release – all because they didn’t follow the standard that Blizzard inadvertently created. Is this a problem? For those who appreciate a rewarding experience, it can be.

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Title Author Date Categories
There is Only One Internet Brett Thomas April 25, 2014 Staff Editorials
Apple’s Newest Mac Pro Costs Less than DIY PC Build… Thanks to AMD Rob Williams December 27, 2013 Staff Editorials
Building an HTPC: Planning, Part Picking & Building Ryan Perry November 8, 2013 Staff Editorials
(Getting Out from) Under the Surface Brett Thomas September 27, 2013 Editorials, Staff Editorials
Where’s the Challenge: Have MMOs Become Too Easy? Rob Williams July 5, 2013 Gaming, Staff Editorials
…And the Winner of Next-Gen is: PlayStation 4 (Unless Microsoft Fixes Things) Rob Williams June 12, 2013 Gaming, Staff Editorials
Plugging into the Puzzle Brett Thomas May 10, 2013 Editorials, Staff Editorials
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Team Development at Cost Zero Mario Figueiredo October 29, 2012 Staff Editorials
Playing the Game Brett Thomas October 10, 2012 Staff Editorials
The Basics of Multi-Monitor Gaming Brandon Mietzner October 1, 2012 Staff Editorials
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The Rebirth of PC Gaming – Bring on the Modders! Jamie Fletcher August 22, 2012 Staff Editorials
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The State of Overclocking on Intel Motherboards Rob Williams April 12, 2011 Intel Motherboards, Intel Processors, Staff Editorials
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The New-Age Nickel & Diming Rob Williams September 24, 2010 Staff Editorials
The Games I Keep Going Back To Brett Thomas June 4, 2010 Gaming, Staff Editorials
The Vicious Cycle of Gaming DRM Brett Thomas April 23, 2010 Staff Editorials
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A Testing Hypothesis Brett Thomas June 26, 2009 Staff Editorials
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ASUS Shows Faith in Splashtop Rob Williams May 14, 2008 Linux, Staff Editorials
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