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Google Helpouts aims to improve your life with the healing power of web video

It’s like a Hangout, only with less loitering and more healing. Or something. After months of behind-the-scenes testing, Google’s launching Helpouts, a new service that leverages the company’s video offerings to pair users up with doctors, teachers, personal trainers and the like. Those professional …

The AMD Radeon R9 290 Review

Launching today is AMD's Radeon R9 290, the obligatory lower-tier part for AMD’s new flagship video card lineup. Making the usual tradeoffs for a lower-tier part, AMD is cutting down on both the number of functional units and the clockspeeds in exchange for a tantalizingly lower price of $399. But with their eyes distinctly on winning the price/performance battle, has AMD sacrificed too much elsewhere in the name of incredible performance?

Read on to find out.


    







The AMD Radeon R9 290 Review

Launching today is AMD's Radeon R9 290, the obligatory lower-tier part for AMD’s new flagship video card lineup. Making the usual tradeoffs for a lower-tier part, AMD is cutting down on both the number of functional units and the clockspeeds in exchange for a tantalizingly lower price of $399. But with their eyes distinctly on winning the price/performance battle, has AMD sacrificed too much elsewhere in the name of incredible performance?

Read on to find out.


    







The AMD Radeon R9 290 Review

Launching today is AMD's Radeon R9 290, the obligatory lower-tier part for AMD’s new flagship video card lineup. Making the usual tradeoffs for a lower-tier part, AMD is cutting down on both the number of functional units and the clockspeeds in exchange for a tantalizingly lower price of $399. But with their eyes distinctly on winning the price/performance battle, has AMD sacrificed too much elsewhere in the name of incredible performance?

Read on to find out.


    







The AMD Radeon R9 290 Review

Launching today is AMD's Radeon R9 290, the obligatory lower-tier part for AMD’s new flagship video card lineup. Making the usual tradeoffs for a lower-tier part, AMD is cutting down on both the number of functional units and the clockspeeds in exchange for a tantalizingly lower price of $399. But with their eyes distinctly on winning the price/performance battle, has AMD sacrificed too much elsewhere in the name of incredible performance?

Read on to find out.


    







The AMD Radeon R9 290 Review

Launching today is AMD's Radeon R9 290, the obligatory lower-tier part for AMD’s new flagship video card lineup. Making the usual tradeoffs for a lower-tier part, AMD is cutting down on both the number of functional units and the clockspeeds in exchange for a tantalizingly lower price of $399. But with their eyes distinctly on winning the price/performance battle, has AMD sacrificed too much elsewhere in the name of incredible performance?

Read on to find out.


    







The AMD Radeon R9 290 Review

Launching today is AMD's Radeon R9 290, the obligatory lower-tier part for AMD’s new flagship video card lineup. Making the usual tradeoffs for a lower-tier part, AMD is cutting down on both the number of functional units and the clockspeeds in exchange for a tantalizingly lower price of $399. But with their eyes distinctly on winning the price/performance battle, has AMD sacrificed too much elsewhere in the name of incredible performance?

Read on to find out.


    







The AMD Radeon R9 290 Review

Launching today is AMD's Radeon R9 290, the obligatory lower-tier part for AMD’s new flagship video card lineup. Making the usual tradeoffs for a lower-tier part, AMD is cutting down on both the number of functional units and the clockspeeds in exchange for a tantalizingly lower price of $399. But with their eyes distinctly on winning the price/performance battle, has AMD sacrificed too much elsewhere in the name of incredible performance?

Read on to find out.


    







The AMD Radeon R9 290 Review

Launching today is AMD's Radeon R9 290, the obligatory lower-tier part for AMD’s new flagship video card lineup. Making the usual tradeoffs for a lower-tier part, AMD is cutting down on both the number of functional units and the clockspeeds in exchange for a tantalizingly lower price of $399. But with their eyes distinctly on winning the price/performance battle, has AMD sacrificed too much elsewhere in the name of incredible performance?

Read on to find out.