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Apple iTV coming soon? Best Buy thinks so

Apple iTV coming soon? Best Buy thinks so

David Liu February 8, 2012 1

Remember, back in 2009, when Borders effectively leaked the iPad with a survey that asked customers if they intended to buy Apple’s then-unannounced “large screen reading device?” Well, it seems Apple’s next big product

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CM Storm Quick Fire Rapid Review

CM Storm Quick Fire Rapid Review

David Liu January 31, 2012 0

If you ask any PC enthusiast to recommend a keyboard, chances are that while the specific recommended model will vary, the vast majority will recommend some sort of mechanical keyboard. Despite near-universal praise, however,

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January 2012 PC Build Guide, Part 1

January 2012 PC Build Guide, Part 1

David Liu January 25, 2012 1

If you’re the kind of person who’s known among his or her friends as “that computer guy,” known for your inexhaustible knowledge of the current PC market, you will undoubtedly be all too familiar

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Galaxy Nexus to be Sprint’s first LTE device?

Galaxy Nexus to be Sprint’s first LTE device?

David Liu January 5, 2012 12

The Galaxy Nexus, insofar only available on Verizon’s network and in unlocked HSPA+ form, has all but been confirmed for Sprint’s upcoming LTE network. In an advertisement that apparently went up on CNET a

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Windows 8: Simplifying the Recovery Process

Windows 8: Simplifying the Recovery Process

David Liu January 5, 2012 0

For current Windows users, the word “reinstall” brings to mind images of data loss, crippling viruses, and uninterested tech support personnel. Restoring your OS to a “good state” is a fairly complicated and confusing

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Verizon’s Convenience Fee Controversy: Valuing your two cents over your two dollars

Verizon’s Convenience Fee Controversy: Valuing your two cents over your two dollars

David Liu December 30, 2011 1

Yesterday, a memo was leaked via DroidLife detailing Verizon’s plans to implement a $2 “convenience fee” for customers who made payments by phone or online. The charge itself was intended to be an incentive

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2011 Holiday Shopping List: Top Mice & Keyboards

2011 Holiday Shopping List: Top Mice & Keyboards

David Liu December 20, 2011 1

Is your loved one still rocking a beige IBM mouse and keyboard combo from the ’80s? With all its attention on $300 CPUs and $500 graphics cards, the world of custom-built PCs often forgets

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Review: RAIDMAX Blackstorm ATX Mid-Tower Case

Review: RAIDMAX Blackstorm ATX Mid-Tower Case

David Liu November 14, 2011 0

RAIDMAX is known for their futuristic-looking, heavily-styled cases. The Blackstorm is another one of their visually-striking offerings, a mid-tower gaming-oriented chassis with a very novel party piece. Available in both black and white with

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ASUS announces the Eee Pad Transformer Prime: 10″ Gorilla Glass IPS display, quad-core Tegra 3, 12-hour battery for $499

ASUS announces the Eee Pad Transformer Prime: 10″ Gorilla Glass IPS display, quad-core Tegra 3, 12-hour battery for $499

David Liu November 9, 2011 0

Up until now, we’ve only had speculation on the details of ASUS’s next big product, the successor to the original Eee Pad Transformer. But ASUS has just broken the tension with the final specs

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Xigmatek Loki CPU Cooler Review

Xigmatek Loki CPU Cooler Review

David Liu October 17, 2011 0

Although they now make almost everything from massive full-tower chassis to power supplies to thermal paste, Xigmatek is most known for its trademark Heatpipe-Direct-Touch (HDT) CPU coolers. They sent us three such coolers—the entry-level

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