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Asus Announces Crypto Mining Motherboard With Support for 20 GPUs

GPU prices have started coming down, but Asus thinks the crypto boom just needs better mining hardware.

Bethesda Announces Fallout 76, Reportedly an Online Survival RPG

There's a new Fallout game coming — and it's unlike any title Bethesda or Black Isle ever built.

HP Mindframe Gaming Headset Keeps Your Head Cool in the Heat of Battle

Maybe you'll be able to find your optimal ear temperature if there is such a thing.

Google Determined to Chase the iPhone With Upcoming Pixel Upgrades

Google's Pixel family of devices hasn't sold very many units compared with Apple or Samsung, but Google is reportedly charging ahead with plans for a Pixel 3.

Intel Announces New Optane DC Persistent Memory

Intel has unveiled a new tier of Optane storage — one designed to bridge the gap between volatile and non-volatile memory and create a new class of "Persistent" memory in the process.

Why Self-Driving Cars Keep Running Into Things

We're enthralled by the idea of cars that can whisk us anywhere without us lifting a finger, but in the meantime some of the early efforts are making what seems like a rookie mistake and plowing into parked vehicles. We look at why.

Google’s Project Fi Adds Moto G6, LG G7 ThinQ, and LG V35 ThinQ

Starting today, you can pre-order the Moto G6 on Project Fi. In the coming weeks, you'll also be able to get the LG G7 ThinQ and LG V35 ThinQ on Fi.

ET Deals: Refurb Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8-inch Android Tablet for $100

Looking for an affordable Android tablet? For a limited time, you can pick up a refurbished 8-inch Samsung Galaxy Tab A for just $99.99 – 44 percent off of the list price. This deal ends soon though, so don't hesitate to get your order in.

Microsoft Replaces Xbox Support Reps With Unpaid Volunteers

In some cases, the support reps who were let go spent their final weeks of employment training the new unpaid volunteers.

The Most Promising Companies in Robotics Engineering

You probably haven't encountered any robots from these firms, but it's only a matter of time.

LG Develops AI to Combat Virtual Reality Nausea

LG thinks it has a way to reduce the nausea many experience when gaming in VR, thanks to the use of AI to slash photon latency and frame times.