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Samsung has announced the availability of Samsung Fl!p, a new interactive flip chart enabling employees to collaborate and work efficiently together.
Intel CEO Brian Krzanich has resigned after a probe found a consensual relationship with an employee violated company policy.
G.Skill have shown off a slightly-different interpretation of RGB-enabled memory modules at this year's Computex in Taiwan.
CoolerMaster are looking to renew their presence in the gaming peripheral space with an impressive showing at this year's Computex in Taiwan, headlined by a mouse that can be used to count your kills.
HyperX has refreshed two products in its core accessory line-up to tie into its growing RGB ecosystem.
Roccat brought their new Vulcan keyboard and Titan switches to this year's Computex.
Gigabyte didn't bring any new products to show off at this year's Computex. Instead, they opted to give us a fresh look at their existing products by putting them in the environments they're intended for.
AMD announced the 32-core Threadripper 2 CPU and more during their press conference at this year's Computex.
AMD looks to be setting a new bar for itself, announcing a 32-core second-gen Threadripper CPU and more during their press conference at this year's Computex.
Roccat has become the latest gaming accessory brand to ditch Cherry MX keyswitches for their own proprietary solution. Here's a closer look at the company's new Titan switches.
Intel's Senior vice president and general manager of the Client Computing Group Gregory Bryant, detailed the company's upcoming innovations at their Compute 2018 keynote.
Ballistix has launched a new line of Sport AT memory in collaboration with ASUS’ TUF Gaming Alliance at this year's Computex in Taiwan.
Razer has announced that the company's Chroma RGB lighting ecosystem and Razer mechanical switches will now be available through third party products.
The new OLED displays in ROG PSUs and CLCs are for both work and play.
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