17 September 2020
rephrasing it to make it better
changing information to reflect the site changes, also I do not believe that former participation in Folding project is worth mentioning, especially since this information is not being mentioned on the site itself
→Main Page: rephrasing it differently
Edited to reflect current state of the site, it is not what it used to be and there are no actual reviews being made, only advertisement of chairs and other junk falsely labeled as reviews.
17 August 2020
8 December 2019
2 December 2019
removed Category:Technology websites; added Category:American technology news websites using HotCat
31 October 2019
→top: IP is outdated, the current one would be 18.104.22.168 or 22.214.171.124, but both return "Error 1003 - Direct IP access not allowed"
13 August 2019
→History: jeff said in forums he wanted to be removed
→History: holy shit they erased everything
→Main Page: this is how it looks now
→History: editing for better read
→History: telling the truth
28 July 2019
→History: Paragraph read more like an opinion piece rather than a factual article. Not up to Wikipedia's standards.
25 July 2019
20 July 2019
→AMD TLB bug investigation: better formatting
→SSD Endurance Experiment: wording edit
→Video game and GPU performance benchmarking research: wording edit
→AMD TLB bug investigation: website editing, this is what too much copypasting will cause
→Video game and GPU performance benchmarking research: formatting edit
→SSD Endurance Experiment: minor formatting edit
adding more reliable sources suggested by other editors
→Community and Forum: I am sorry, but WP:RS still applies and forums are not a reliable source of information even when mentioned by Secondary Source, especially since author of New Yorker article makes false claim about forum users being "expert" without even mentioning in which field they are "experts" or how the author came to this conclusion
19 July 2019
→Video game and GPU performance benchmarking research: adding another source suggested by other persons
Undid revision 907023705 by Omgwtfbbqsomethingrandom (talk) The cite was not of a forum post, it was of The New Yorker, renown and independent publication, using the forums as a source, expressly noting its hardware expertise. The New Yorker is neither questionable nor self-published.
→Community and Forum: forum user posts are not usable to establish the significance of the article and should not be used as ANY kind of source in general per WP:SPS
adding more references which mention TechReport's AMD TLB bug investigation and benchmarking
Adding more reliable sources suggested by other editors and separating the significant part into its own section to note the significance
Add a third party reference to the site as being notable for their hardware expertise.
→History: forgot to remove that, this is a no-no per WP:N, WP:SPS and other stuff, notability must come from third-party sources
Updating Alexa rating, per suggestion of derFunkenstein
→Community and Forum: Irrelevant puffery and trivia. "Large community"? How "large"? How many inches or cubic meters?
→Main Page: Irrelevant subjective opinion
→History: removing unreliable source per WP:UGC - forums cannot be considered as reliable sources, and replacing it with more reliable one, thanks for suggesting it. There is no evidence that it had any impact on "encouraging GPU manufacturers" to do anything, more sources needed for that claim
11 July 2019
Nominated for deletion; see Wikipedia:Articles for deletion/The Tech Report (2nd nomination). (TW)
10 July 2019
9 May 2018
→top: replace deprecated template parameters, removed: | slogan="PC Hardware Explored" using AWB