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AMD’s new Radeon HD 7750 and 7770: Benchmark Roundup

AMD’s new Radeon HD 7750 and 7770: Benchmark Roundup

David Liu February 15, 2012 0

Although the benchmark-shattering Radeon HD 7970 and 7970 have occupied the bulk of our attention over the past few weeks, AMD hasn’t forgotten about those individuals who would like to get in on the

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Tipping Point – Smart Phone Shipments Top PCs

Tipping Point – Smart Phone Shipments Top PCs

Aaron Holtzman February 5, 2012 1

For this past year, for the first time, smartphone shipments were greater than PCs.  There was a 62.7% increase from 2010 totaling 487.7 million units shipped in 2011 while only 414.6 million PC units

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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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NZXT’s Next Case, Switch 810, Leaked

NZXT’s Next Case, Switch 810, Leaked

Patrick Nosker January 7, 2012 0

Another NZXT case soon to be released has been revealed to be known as the Switch 810.  Check out the image we received. From the looks of it, it’s very sleek and classy. Other

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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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Meg Whitman – Pulling HP out of a nose dive

Meg Whitman – Pulling HP out of a nose dive

Aaron Holtzman November 22, 2011 0

Hewlett-Packard Co.  announced a massive drop in quarterly profits amid more than a year of harsh waters.  For this past fourth period ended Oct. 31, 2011, H-P’s revenue dropped 3% and net income plummeted 91%. Newly appointed

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Google Music opens to the public in the U.S.

Google Music opens to the public in the U.S.

Matt Evangelist November 16, 2011 0

Google set the internet ablaze yet again with its announcement that, starting today, Google Music would be available for anyone in the U.S. free of charge. That’s right, free. During the summer, Google Music’s

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LEAK: NZXT’s New Mini Phantom Case

LEAK: NZXT’s New Mini Phantom Case

Patrick Nosker November 11, 2011 0

Thanks to an anonymous tipster, we have some details on NZXT’s next PC case. NZXT is well known to make feature packed computer cases for a reasonable cost. We reviewed the Phantom case almost

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Internet For Low income Americans, The FCC Does Something Right!!

Internet For Low income Americans, The FCC Does Something Right!!

Aaron Holtzman November 9, 2011 0

Today, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) declared a new initiative to get inexpensive computers and high speed internet into the homes of low income Americans. Three major providers, Cox, Charter, and Time Warner Cable are

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Modern Warfare vs Battlefield 3: Part 1

Modern Warfare vs Battlefield 3: Part 1

Matt Evangelist November 8, 2011 4

The wait is finally over as one of the most anticipated games of the year, Activision’s* Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3, hit the shelves and just as quickly left them. Gamers everywhere waited

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