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Don't battle the Terminator T-800, own one

"​Terminator: Genisys" is out, and so, soon, will be a life-size Terminator T-800 endoskeleton bust. Because nothing says shabby Skynet chic like a killer robot on the fireplace mantle.

By July 5, 2015

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Why some of today's hottest video games are coming from small, independent studios

Affectionately known as "indies," these developers and their eccentric games are now sought after by the biggest names in the industry.

By June 17, 2015

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AppRadio 4 supports Apple CarPlay, lossless FLAC

Pioneer's AppRadio 4 smartphone-centric multimedia receiver debuts with new features and, surprisingly, a smaller screen.

By October 6, 2014

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Hands on with Dell's Inspiron R and Vostro laptops, with new Intel CPUs

Dell's new laptops get upgraded with next-gen Intel Core i-series CPUs and a few new design tweaks.

By March 17, 2011

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New Nuvi 3700 series is Garmin's thinnest yet

Garmin has announced its thinnest, sexiest GPS device yet, the upcoming Nuvi 3700 series.

By April 19, 2010

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Microsoft rallies behind PC gaming

Kevin Unangst, senior director of global gaming, has been making the rounds to dispel the notion that PC gaming is in trouble. Company also has big plans for Games for Windows Live.

By June 5, 2008

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Apple fixes seven Quicktime flaws

Patch includes both Mac OX X and Windows versions.

By November 6, 2007

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Philips LX-3750W

This HTIB's "wireless" speakers actually plug into a wall socket, but at least the system delivers sweet DVD sound.

By December 2, 2003

3 stars Editors' rating December 2, 2003

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Cisco updates Ethernet switches

Networking giant also extends security and reliability to the access portion of the network.

By November 30, 2004

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Photo: HP's ProCurve 3400cl-24G

On Thursday, the company plans to announce the ProCurve Switch 3400cl, a fixed-port Ethernet switch that goes head-to-head with Cisco's 3750 Ethernet switch.

November 1, 2004