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Why The Private Internet Is Growing So Fast

If you’re not a fan of AMC’s Halt and Catch Fire, you’re missing one of the best pop culture takes on the tech world ever produced. Sure, it might not have fire-breathing dragons and zombie armies, and very few people watch it, but as a fictional representation of the historical origins of the computer and Internet world that we now all ... Read More »

Report: League of Legends is No. 1 in PC game revenue so far in 2017

According to a report by SuperData, League of Legends is No. 1 in the world in terms of PC game revenue since the start of 2017. Long championed as perhaps the most popular game in the world, it’s no surprise to see League of Legends at the top of the list. With millions of players around the world, League maintained its market presence across multiple continents ... Read More »

AMD Ryzen Threadripper: Everything we know so far about this monster CPU

AMD’s Ryzen Threadripper chips could very well be the most powerful consumer CPU ever introduced when it releases in August. With up to 16 cores and 32 threads, Threadripper gives the high-performance Intel products currently dominating high-end desktops something to worry about. The mega-core CPU battle is now quickly turning into an arms race. Check back here for all the ... Read More »

Samsung Galaxy S8 rumor roundup: Here’s everything we know so far

Editor’s note: This article is frequently updated to reflect the latest information available. It’s that time of year again. Rumors are flying about the latest Samsung flagship smartphone. Presumably to be called the Galaxy S8, it’ll attempt to revive Samsung’s burned edges from the Galaxy Note7 debacle. Here’s everything we have heard so far about what Samsung is putting together. ... Read More »

Logitech G933 review: This wireless headset is so good, you can skip its high-end competition

Logitech has been pushing hard to win back the gaming crowd in recent years—and I’ll be damned if the G933 isn’t one of their best shows yet. How good? Well, I’d probably save a $100 (or more) and take this headset over our long-standing high-end recommendation of the Astro A50 and the SteelSeries Siberia 800, barring a few exceptions. Indeed ... Read More »

Oil’s now not riding the marketplace bus, so I’m hedging: dealer

Oil and the inventory market used to transport in tandem, but the dating between crude and stocks has turn out to be a great deal more informal in current weeks. On Thursday, Todd Gordon of TradingAnalysis.com counseled investors about continuing to depend uponthe oil rally to determine market trends. “you will note that in just the ultimate several months, that ... Read More »

Here’s what we know about LG G5’s US availability and pricing so far

As you might already know, LG’s newest flagship smartphone – the G5 – was unveiled at the ongoing Mobile World Congress yesterday. If you are in the US, and are planning to purchase the device, here’s what we know about its availability and pricing so far: AT&T AT&T has confirmed that it will carry the LG G5 as well as ... Read More »

Super Tuesday not so super for drug stocks

The Super Tuesday primaries solidified Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton as the likely party nominees for the general election, with both winning seven states. Market analysts are now starting to suggest clients invest around a possible Clinton or Trump presidency. “Super Tuesday front-runners Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton delivered strong enough results to begin focusing on a general election match-up,” ... Read More »

Glaucoma: why are so many of us blind to this sight-stealing disease?

  aucoma is a primary cause of vision loss and blindness in the US, affecting around 2.7 million people – a number that is expected to reach 4.2 million by 2030. While severe glaucoma-related vision loss can often be prevented, there is one major barrier: around half of patients with the disease do not know they have it. Glaucoma can ... Read More »

So is daily fantasy gambling or not?

New York State Attorney General Eric Schneiderman Tuesday ordered DraftKings and FanDuel, the biggest daily fantasy sites, to stop accepting bets from New Yorkers. Schneiderman said the activity was gambling rather than a skill-based game and therefore illegal under New York law. Is daily fantasy gambling or not? Yes No Not sure VOTE Vote to see results The cease-and-desist is ... Read More »