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Echogear Outlet Shelf review: A brilliant, if not always practical, shelving idea
Mon, 04 Sep 2017 04:00:00 -0700
You're plugging stuff in that outlet, so why not make use of the space around it?
Author: Michael Brown
Nonda USB-C HDMI review: Foldable adapter offers a well-made travel option
Mon, 04 Sep 2017 04:00:00 -0700
If you need to carry a USB-C adapter for HDMI output, Nonda's foldable one is the best.
Author: Glenn Fleishman
Best mouse pads for gaming or business
Mon, 04 Sep 2017 03:30:00 -0700

A great mouse mat is a must for gamers, reducing wear on wrists during hours of intensive play. Many modern ones use chemical coatings or specially engineered surfaces to improve sensor accuracy or reduce drag'-a boon if you're doing repetitive motion that requires high accuracy.

(Don't mistake mouse mats for the smaller mouse pads, once an absolute necessity in the era of mechanical mice. Because optical and laser mice can work on so many different kinds of surfaces, the humble mouse pad has largely disappeared.)

Plenty of mouse mat manufacturers exist, but few provide clarity or consistency in describing their products. For example, most don't report how much friction you'll encounter when using their mats with the most popular mice. To help you find the best mouse mat for your needs, we've tested several from a few different companies that represent a range of surface types (metal, plastic, or cloth) and usage cases (business or gaming).

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Author: Daniel Starkey
Yamaha YAS-107 soundbar review: This speaker delivers plenty of bang for the buck
Mon, 04 Sep 2017 03:00:00 -0700
Highly intelligible dialog and great overall performance make Yamaha's sound bar a top performer in its price class.
Author: Theo Nicolakis
Agents of Mayhem review: Not-so-super heroes
Sat, 02 Sep 2017 04:00:00 -0700

Saint's Row's Achilles heel was always combat. It hid this fact by peppering each game with a handful of absurd weapons, from a recliner that fired missiles to the Dubstep gun to the iconic purple dildo bat'-still the weapon I most associate with the series.

But even armaments that creative couldn't hide the fact that combat was often a by-the-book affair. Enemies were brainless, and each encounter involved simply trying to get through it as fast as possible without dying. It's telling that most of the memorable moments in Saint's Row had nothing to do with combat, be it the Tron-esque 'Deckers Die' mission, singing Biz Markie in a car with your friends, or an Aerosmith-backed rocket ride into space.

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Author: Hayden Dingman
Best gaming keyboards of 2017: Our picks for the top budget, mid-tier, and RGB boards
Fri, 01 Sep 2017 13:31:00 -0700

Choosing a gaming keyboard is a matter of personal taste. One person could be into Cherry Browns and white backlighting. Another might favor Razer Greens and a rippling RGB glow. Gigantic wrist pads, compact shapes, numeric keypads, macro keys, volume controls'-a plethora of keyboards exists because everyone wants a different mix of features.

To help you sort through the many options, we've sifted through the latest and greatest planks to come up with our top recommendations. All of these are mechanical keyboards, and for good reason'-they're simply more comfortable to use over the long haul. But we're open-minded, so if we encounter an alternative that works well, you may see it appear on this list. We'll keep updating it periodically as we test new keyboards.

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Author: Hayden Dingman
Amazon Alexa branches out, appearing in the Lenovo Tab 4 with Home Assistant
Fri, 01 Sep 2017 13:30:00 -0700

Amazon Alexa is breaking free of the Echo. First she made friends with Cortana, and now she's popping up in the Lenovo Tab 4, thanks to the Home Assistant accessory introduced Thursday at IFA in Berlin.

When the Home Assistant ships in October (for $70), you'll be able to dock the Tab 4 or Tab 4 Plus to it and run all Alexa functions off the tablet. The Home Assistant handles the audio portion, picking up your voice commands and responding for Alexa.

The dock adjusts to fit the 8-inch and 10-inch tablet sizes in the Tab 4 line. It also charges the tablet and can be used to play music or other audio output from your tablet. Lenovo mentions how it can turn the tablet into a clock or weather station, but it could also lend better audio to movies streaming on the tablet.

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Author: Martyn Williams
This week in games: Divinity: Original Sin II adds playable undead, Sunless Skies hits early access
Fri, 01 Sep 2017 12:00:00 -0700

It's the end of the week but not the end of the news, perhaps. This weekend is PAX Prime West up in Seattle, which means plenty of last-ditch efforts for publishers to stand out before heading into the crowded fall release calendar.

A live-action trailer, for instance? We've got one of those for Destiny 2 as it approaches its console release, plus Divinity: Original Sin II lets you play as a face-stealing skeleton, Sunless Skies hits early access, Vermintide secures a sequel, and more.

This is gaming news for August 28 to September 1.

So many sinners

Hard to believe Divinity: Original Sin II is only weeks away. It seems like just yesterday Chris Avellone was completely ruining (improving?) my first hands-on demo of the game. But it's true'-the isometric follow-up is due out on September 14, less than two weeks from now, and celebrated that milestone this week by revealing the final race players can take on: Undead.

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Author: Hayden Dingman
Windows 10: Everything you need to know
Fri, 01 Sep 2017 11:41:00 -0700

The next Windows 10 update'-currently the Fall Creators Update'-is always around the corner, and this article will keep you informed about what's new and what's important. Check here for our latest Windows 10 review based on the two major updates scheduled per year, plus the highlights from notable builds in between. We'll tell you how to get Windows 10 for your PC. Finally, we'll discuss the major features of Windows 10'-including a few you should watch out for. Keep reading for everything you need to know about Windows 10.

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Author: Melissa Riofrio
How Intel Core chips could take over two-factor authentication from your phone
Fri, 01 Sep 2017 11:40:00 -0700

Password manager Dashlane is one of the first consumer-facing companies to take advantage of a little-known feature within Intel's 8th-generation Core chips that could become much more popular: enabling two-factor authentication with just your PC, and not your phone.

What's known as Universal Second Factor (U2F) authentication lives within the 8th-generation Core architecture. Typically, two-factor authentication (2FA)'-recommended for years as an additional security measure for email, online storage, and other data'-requires that a code be sent to your phone either via an app or SMS. Intel's 8th-gen Core architecture and its associated software cut out the need for a phone, simply requiring you to click a software 'button' to authenticate the 2FA transaction.

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Author: Mark Hachman

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