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EA made a series of videos meant to showcase its ‘next-gen’ video games, and the results are accidentally horrifying
EA intended to demonstrate the power of its next-generation graphics technology in a new video. Instead, it demonstrated the uncanny valley.
This is the craziest gaming setup we’ve ever seen: It has a full gaming PC, a PS4 Pro, three screens, snacks, and a built-in massager
If you're into video games, this setup is a dream come true.
Thanos eliminated half of the universe at the end of "Avengers: Infinity War." INSIDER rounded up major characters from each Marvel movie along with their current status.
I tried Eero’s $400 WiFi system before Amazon bought the company, and it’s one of the best ways to get fast WiFi throughout your home
Eero's second-generation of mesh WiFi routers will bring WiFi to even the most stubborn WiFi dead zones.
Bose’s $350 noise-cancelling headphones are a must-have if you want to live in a quieter world – and they sound great, too
If you've ever considered noise-cancelling headphones to drown out distracting noises, let this be the pair.
Barclays has the fastest growing stock trading team around — and it’s posing a threat to some of the biggest players
Barclays equities division is the fastest-growing on the planet. It reported second quarter earnings Thursday, growing its stock-trading business 37% to $807 million.
Kanye West’s new album ‘Ye’ is his shortest ever at 23 minutes long — this chart shows how it compares to his others
Kanye West dropped his seven-track new album on Friday and it clocks in at just over 23 minutes — his shortest yet. This graph shows just how short it is compared to his other albums.
Don't try Samsung's super-ultra-wide CHG90 monitor if you want to stay happy with your normal widescreen monitor.
Netflix's spending on acquiring and producing content is right up there with some of the biggest entertainment companies — and it could keep moving up the list.
In a recent survey, nearly two-thirds of the companies polled said they'd use the cash they'd stashed overseas to pay down debts. Might Apple be among them?