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Samsung's New PCIe SSD Writes At 2.15GBps And Uses Barely Any Power

This little chap might not look much, but within lurks a super-fast, super-efficient SSD. Samsung’s latest PCIe flash drive can move data at up to 2.15GB per second — and only draws 2mW of power while in standby.


Intel's Curie Module Can Turn Everything You Wear Into A Smart Device 

Here at Intel’s big CES keynote, CEO Brian Krzanich is announcing Intel’s new Curie Module, a tiny little device that will let you turn all the things you already own and wear into smart devices. It’s a little DIY hardware module, powered by Intel’s teeny tiny Quark technology.


Intel Broadwell: The Badass Brains That Will Power Your Next PC

The brains that will power your next laptop are here. Intel’s just taken the covers off the high-powered versions of its new Broadwell architecture. That is to say, the 5th generation Intel Core i3-i7 chips that will make your next laptop better than ever.


This 8TB Seagate Hard Drive Only Costs $US260

If you’re running out of digital storage and are on a tight budget, you could do a lot worse than consider Seagate’s latest hard drive. Part of its Archive HDD line, you can pick up an 8TB model for just $US260.


Snapdragon 810: Your Next Phone's Brains Are Way More Than Just Fast

A new year means a new flagship smartphone brain, and Qualcomm has detailed some of the most fun features of its upcoming Snapdragon 810 chip, which will start popping up in Android and Windows phones next year. It’s faster, and it supports better graphics sure, but it also has other tricks up its sleeve. Here’s what you can expect to see.


These Silicon Strips Could Make Computers Way, Way Faster

It may not look much, but this tiny piece of etched silicon could make our computers way faster. Designed to split and direct light, it could allow computers to trade electrons for photons — and gain a jump in speed in the process.


Nexus 6 Teardown: A Big Beast Full Of Beautiful Guts 

The Nexus 6 is Google’s new (and wonderful) behemoth flagship, so of course the folks at iFixit took the first opportunity to vivisect it for your pleasure. Inside that big, beautiful body is plenty of room for the requisite guts: A big battery, badass brains, and even a secret LED.


This Cheap Little Circuit Could Double Data Speed On Your Next Phone

Wireless technology is already amazing. It’s any data you could ever want through the air. But some exciting innovations are hiding on the horizon. This cheap little circuit that allows a wireless antenna to send and receive data at the same time is one of them. It stands to double the rate at which your phone transfers data.


Could We Have Built A Computer In The 18th Century?

So you want to build a computer in the 18th century. Is it even possible? Probably not. Most people don’t think about the actual amount of money and tools needed to produce exactly one transistor-based computer, power it and program it, to say nothing of the social challenges you’d face trying to build this high-tech machine centuries ago.


The New Raspberry Pi: Smaller And Somehow Cheaper

Raspberry Pi has just managed to do what every technology manufacturer should strive to achieve: it made its basic product both smaller and cheaper at the same time.