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Sick of Apple News on Tom's Hardware? Read This

Technology is technology. There's a lot to know about, and it's good to understand things from all angles. There's a lot that Apple does that actually influences other companies to do things better. Like them or not, Apple is a big influence, and as such, we will continue to cover Apple news wherever appropriate.

But, I've heard some of your cries that our Apple related news is melting your eyeballs. Fear not.

While this solution isn't ideal, it's something that I've setup for those of you who are interested of seeing Tom's Hardware news without Apple articles. In the future, we'll work on a better solution that's integrated into the site. But for now, you can hit this link:

http://www.feedrinse.com/services/channel/?chanurl=ecf04781ea3c61683df0e65c752f3486

And be presented with full Tom's Hardware News without any Apple info.

This doesn't include Tom's Guide, since Tom's Guide focuses on consumer products and not enthusiast hardware like Tom's Hardware does. I hope this is sufficient for now until we finish working on some type of integrated filtering system so that you don't have to leave the site to filter out content you don't want to see.

Again, hopefully we can have something integrated in place, but for now, I hope that will please some of you.

Take care,

/ Tuan
Director, News Operations

  • shadow187
    Wow, I'm surprised. That's showing quite some love for the knuckleheads who don't know how to NOT CLICK LINKS THAT THEY DON'T WANT TO READ.
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  • Apple News like "The new iPad" or "New version of iPhone" it's ok, but there are lots of news about the same product again and again. I don't want to stop hearing about Apple, just moderate the news about them. Thanks, salutes.
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  • pcuser12
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  • sandypants
    copy engadget much?
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  • tuannguyen
    sandypantscopy engadget much?
    Do you want this or not? Yes or no?
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  • brendano257
    shadow187Wow, I'm surprised. That's showing quite some love for the knuckleheads who don't know how to NOT CLICK LINKS THAT THEY DON'T WANT TO READ.
    Thank you, it really is just that SIMPLE. If you don't like the feeling of your "eyes melting" then don't put the hot iron on it.
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  • tpi2007
    Really Tuan, that is not needed, people are just not obliged to click on a particular link!

    I am a proud owner of many devices/gadgets/computers, NONE of them made by apple; I think iTunes is a disgraceful piece of software, and I just wish no site on earth would require me tu have quicktime installed to access some content, but that does not mean I'm not interested in technology. Hey, they might actually make a product I will want sometime in the future!

    ... er.... probably not, because it's the underlying philosophy that gets reflected in the end product that bothers me, and that is unlikely to change in the near future, at least while Jobs is the CEO, but it's always good to know, or be able to know, that's the point of a technology site like this.

    Bottom line is, Apple is on the news. Don't like ? Don't read it. Read the ones you like, or come back later.
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  • sandypants
    tuannguyenDo you want this or not? Yes or no?
    Tom's does a good job afaik, it's not necessary, no, I don't want it.
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  • HalJordan
    Without the iPad articles where are we going to bash Apple? We need these articles in order to properly vent our Jobs induced frustration.
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  • ohim
    i don`t like tons of Apple news but i never complained about it, now where`s my cookie ? :D
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