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Category: Computing

Kingston HyperX Predator 1TB Flash Drive: You Don’t Want to Lose This One

Kingston HyperX Predator 1TB Flash Drive: You Don’t Want to Lose This One
Kingston just unveiled a technological marvel at CES 2013: a 1TB USB 3.0 flash drive. A terabyte on a stick. If you can make something as insane as that, then you deserve to name it whatever…
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HAL 9000 Life-Size Replica: Buy at Your Own Risk

HAL 9000 Life-Size Replica: Buy at Your Own Risk
Few villains enjoy a level of popularity as HAL 9000, which is why it’s not surprising that ThinkGeek’s newly released life-size replica of the computer from 2001: A Space Odyssey is already sold out despite its…
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Chinese Man Dies After 40-Hour Gaming Marathon

Chinese Man Dies After 40-Hour Gaming Marathon
Actually, I’m kind of surprised that there aren’t more deaths caused by compulsive gaming. Just like anything else, you can become completely addicted to games if you’re not careful. That’s something that potentially led to the…
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Corsair Voyager Air Keeps You Connected on the Go

Corsair Voyager Air Keeps You Connected on the Go
Corsair has been a name in the computer accessory and peripheral market for a number of years. The company first made its reputation for creating some very speedy memory for enthusiast computers. Corsair also makes a…
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Sweetbox Case Turns Raspberry into a Sweet Piece of Pi

Sweetbox Case Turns Raspberry into a Sweet Piece of Pi
The Raspberry Pi is definitely a cool little computer, and while the system is pretty bare-bones, a couple of accessories will allow users to make it quite useful in a variety of different situations. Enter the…
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USB 3.0 Mashes the Pedal for More Speed at CES 2013

USB 3.0 Mashes the Pedal for More Speed at CES 2013
Compared to the rather sloth-like USB 2.0 port, the current USB 3.0 ports found on some computers and notebooks on the market today are insanely fast. The original USB 3.0 port support data transfer rates of…
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Father Hired In-Game Assassins to Save Son from Gaming Obsession

Father Hired In-Game Assassins to Save Son from Gaming Obsession
MMORPGs and other kinds of online games can take over your life, if you’re not careful. Just like most things, there’s something to be said about moderation. In order to save his son from his growing…
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Razer Orbweaver Keypad Puts Just the Gaming Keys in Your Left Hand

Razer Orbweaver Keypad Puts Just the Gaming Keys in Your Left Hand
The problem I always had using a full-size keyboard for gaming with games that have a lot of commands bound to keystrokes was remembering which of those keys activated the commands I was looking for. I…
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Onkyo TW21A: The 21-inch Tablet PC

Onkyo TW21A: The 21-inch Tablet PC
I’ve always wanted something a bit bigger than my iPad that I could use for both desktop and laptop computing, but carrying around a 21-inch PC seems like it might be a bit of overkill. But…
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Archos TV Connect Turns Android into an Immobile Operating System

Archos TV Connect Turns Android into an Immobile Operating System
Previous attempts at turning TVs and monitors into huge tablets were either very expensive or were DIY projects. We’ve seen cheap Android-on-a-stick devices, but they don’t have the full functionality of a tablet, i.e. multitouch. Archos…
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Ubuntu for Phones: the Not-Mobile OS

Ubuntu for Phones: the Not-Mobile OS
Earlier this year, Canonical threw its hat into the mobile arena when it announced Ubuntu for Android, a variant of the open source operating system that can be installed on phones already running Android. But today…
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Guy Builds Wind Tunnel-Cooled Computer to Help Cure Cancer

Guy Builds Wind Tunnel-Cooled Computer to Help Cure Cancer
I’ve had problems with computers and video game systems overheating over the years, so I’m all for good cooling systems. And while some computer modders have solved the problem by adding more cooling fans and heat…
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Samsung Series 7 SC750 Display Flips Images on Their Ears

Samsung Series 7 SC750 Display Flips Images on Their Ears
With CES 2013 just days away, more items from the show are beginning to surface. One of the many items you’ll find in Samsung’s booth will be this cool looking touchscreen display, which can rotate 90…
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Aladdin USB Key Makes Passwords Easier to Use (and Steal)

Aladdin USB Key Makes Passwords Easier to Use (and Steal)
Passwords are one of the weakest links of online security. Or rather, people who have weak passwords are the weakest links. I personally know of a couple of people who use dead simple passwords because they’re…
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Most Popular Posts of 2012

Most Popular Posts of 2012
Well another year is over, and it was loaded with triumph and tragedy as usual. But as usual, humankind persevered – at least when it came to their gadgets and geekery. All tolled, we published over…
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Moneual Touch Table PC Brings Multitouch Computing to Hungry Diners

Moneual Touch Table PC Brings Multitouch Computing to Hungry Diners
We’ve seen a number of multitouch tables over the years, with the most notable being Microsoft’s PixelSense (formerly known as Surface). But most of these have very large screens and are designed for coffee tables or…
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