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iFixit teardown reveals easy repairs for Xbox One

The Xbox One may be comparatively large and subjectively ugly, but at least it's easy to repair. iFixit has torn apart the new console, and like the PlayStation 4, it scores marks for its modular design.

By November 21, 2013

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Xbox One just as sleek (on the inside) as PlayStation 4

The folks over at iFixit dismantle the Xbox One to show that despite its bigger and bulkier appearance, Microsoft's next-gen console is just as easy to dismantle and repair as Sony's.

By November 21, 2013

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Crave giveaway: 240GB SanDisk Extreme II SSD

Want your computer to move faster? Try this speedy (and oh-so-free) solid-state drive from SanDisk.

By November 8, 2013

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Sony gives the ultimate PS4 lowdown with 160-question FAQ

Sony has posted a massive FAQ on its US blog to answer the most pressing questions fans have about the upcoming PlayStation 4 console.

By October 31, 2013

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Get a Toshiba 256GB SSD for $149.99 shipped

This top-rated model offers blazing performance and a three-year warranty. Plus, five free 1080p movies when you sign up for Vudu!

By October 11, 2013

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The Mac that Thunderbolt built: The newly compact Mac Pro

High-speed ports mean that Apple is moving expansion outside the chassis for its high-end machines. It's a departure for the Mac Pro, but it's in line with decades of Apple thinking.

By June 11, 2013

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Get a 480GB internal SSD for $299.99, shipped

That's nearly half a terabyte of storage from a drive that includes a three-year warranty.

By May 22, 2013

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Top five Thunderbolt storage devices: Performance meets capacity

CNET editor Dong Ngo rounds up the top five Thunderbolt-based desktop external storage devices on the market.

By February 7, 2013

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Digital storage basics, Part 1: Internal storage vs. memory

CNET editor Dong Ngo goes over the basics of digital storage devices for home users.

By November 7, 2012

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How to build your first PC

While there are plenty of off-the-shelf solutions that you can buy, you'll get the most reward by getting down and dirty and building your own PC. Here's a rundown of what you'll need to do.

By October 24, 2012