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Intel's partnered with Raptr to help you squeeze as much gaming performance as possible out of PCs with integrated graphics--which are much more capable than you think.
Raptr is bringing its automatic game optimizations and driver updates to Intel systems to help you squeeze every ounce of performance out of your PC.
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WHOA 
It only took an embarrassing adware scandal that put millions of PCs at risk, but Lenovo just had a revelation: People just want clean Windows.
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Hey charlie, isn't that always the case? I think lenovo is a great company but they fell in line with every other nosy company. Theyre getting paid a ton to snoop on people. There's money to be made in prying into people's lives. 
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Steam Machines. VR everywhere. Cutting-edge new graphics technologies. Whatever Nvidia's announcing. Next week's Game Developers Conference should be a DOOZY. 
SteamVR, DirectX 12, glNext, Nvidia...something. This year's GDC is a doozy. Here's the lowdown on what to look out for next week as the conference kicks off.
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Here's how to use the amazing IFTTT to automatically send any new Gmail attachment to your Dropbox account, where it can be more easily organized and accessed. 
Use this trick and you'll never have to wade through your inbox for buried files again.
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Why aren't AMD processors inside Chromebooks yet? The company's CTO explains.
Mark Papermaster says AMD chips' graphics power isn't needed yet, but he also indicates a reluctance to win designs via deep discounting, as rival Intel can afford to do.
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Tegra X1 - hmmm.... for mobile-tablet devices!
http://www.nvidia.com/object/tegra-x1-processor.html
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Now that LoopPay has been acquired by Samsung, you're likely to see it built the copmany's phones. How does it stack up against Google Wallet?
We took LoopPay's physical Card device to see what using Samsung's newly acquired technology is like to use out in the real world.
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Linux gaming has utterly EXPLODED over the past year or so. Here's a rundown of 25 big-name games and indie gems that now call Linux home ahead of next week's big reveal of new Linux-based Steam Machines. 
It's taken a long time and the promise of SteamOS, but more and more big-name games are finally becoming Linux natives. Here's a sampling.
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By default, Ubuntu shows related suggestions from online retailers like Amazon and eBay when you conduct a desktop search. Chris Hoffman explains how to stop the madness. 
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Microsoft's spectacular concept video is chock full of futuristic technology, affecting how we work, live and play. And inside it are all Microsoft's tech, reimagined: a next-gen Microsoft Band, an evolved HoloLens, and even future versions of Microsoft Sway and its giant Surface screens.
Microsoft's 'productivity future vision' presents an idyllic, amazing concept of the future where interactive displays meet Microsoft's next-gen Microsoft Band, the Folio folding display, and more.
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Why do PC makers purposefully shovel crapware like ‪#‎superfish‬ on your computer and make your experience worse? This article explains just that, as well as how to remove or dodge bloatware completely. 
Lenovo's Superfish debacle has thrust bloatware back into the limelight. Here's why PC makers intentionally make your PC experience worse, and how to blast the crap off your computer.
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Who says you can't get work done on a Chromebook? These tips and tricks can help you fine-tune your workflow to maximize your productivity. 
Chrome OS has some powerful tweaks and customizations so you can work faster or automate frequent tasks.
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And no, by 36-cores Boxx isn't counting Hyper-Threading virtual cores. If it did THAT, the Apexx 5 would be a 72-thread workstation.
 
This thing is utterly RIDONKULOUS! Dear Santa...
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+PCWorld and yes, desktop computers aren't dead yet! :D
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