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  • Online News May 26, 2012

    Online News May 26, 2012

    [Hardwarecanucks.com] Siri No Longer Welcomed in the Halls of Big Blue IBM – a long proponent of the ‘Bring Your Own Device’ movement – has banned employees from using Siri for official business. Apple has long disclosed that its servers retain users’ voice queries, as this ever-expanding database allows the service to be improved. In […]

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  • Online News May 25, 2012

    Online News May 25, 2012

    [Hothardware.com] Android vs. Windows Phone: The Case For Conversion Image: http://hothardware.com/thumbnail/mobos110.jpg (http://hothardware.com/Reviews/Windows-Phone-75-vs-Android–Mobile-User-Interfaces-Explored/) 2012 is shaping up to be a major year for mobile operating systems. For those fortunate enough to own a smartphone, these are exciting times…. [Anandtech.com] Replacing my HTPC with a mini ITX System Image: http://images.anandtech.com/doci/5861/_DSC7007_575px.jpg (http://i4memory.com/show/5861/replacing-my-htpc-with-a-mini-itx-system) Free time is hard to come […]

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  • Online News May 24, 2012

    Online News May 24, 2012

    [Hardwarecanucks.com] GIGABYTE Launches Intel Xeon Processor E5-2400 Family Server Motherboard Series GIGABYTE*TECHNOLOGY*Co. Ltd., a leading manufacturer of server hardware, today announced the launch of its series of server motherboard based on Intel latest generation of server CPUs, the Xeon processor E5-2400 family. GIGABYTE is mostly known for its various innovations on motherboards and… [Expreview.com] Seagate […]

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  • Online News May 23, 2012

    Online News May 23, 2012

    [VR-Zone.com] Samsung’s upcoming Chromebox near launch, priced in video vr-zone.com – Image: http://resources.vr-zone.net/uploads/15965/chromebox.jpg Back at CES, Samsung was showing off an upcoming product called the Chromebox, a desktop version of the Chromebook, but so far the device hasn’t materialized. However, now the final specs and pricing has leaked… [VR-Zone.com] CyberLink throws in some AMD Trinity […]

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  • Online News May 22, 2012

    Online News May 22, 2012

    [Anandtech.com] Answered by the Experts: Heterogeneous and GPU Compute with AMDâ??s Manju Hegde AMD’s Manju Hegde is one of the rare folks I get to interact with who has an extensive background working at both AMD and NVIDIA. He was one of the co-founders and CEO of Ageia, a company that originally tried to bring […]

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  • Online News May 21, 2012

    Online News May 21, 2012

    [Anandtech.com] ASRock Fatal1ty Z77 Professional Review – IDE and Floppy on Z77 Marketing is a very powerful tool. A successful marketing campaign or product segmentation can increase sales more than ten-fold. It is not something we hear or talk about much in the motherboard arena – while a manufacturer will try and promote all the […]

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  • Online News May 20, 2012

    Online News May 20, 2012

    [Anandtech.com] PC Power & Cooling Silencer Mk III 400W We have already reviewed quite a few PC Power & Cooling products on AnandTech, but this time we will be looking at their first series with modular cables and a white case. In contrast to older PSUs PC Power & Cooling delivered, this one provides a […]

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  • Online News May 19, 2012

    Online News May 19, 2012

    [Anandtech.com] OCZ Releases Low Profile Version of Vertex 3 Image: http://images.anandtech.com/doci/5841/Vertex3_LP_b.jpg (http://i4memory.com/show/5841/ocz-releases-low-profile-version-of-vertex-3) OCZ has added a low profile version of the Vertex 3 to their SSD portfolio. The drive has a height of 7mm, which is 2.5mm slimmer than most 2.5″ drives… [Hothardware.com] HD Overdrive: Corsair’s Accelerator SSD Cache Image: http://hothardware.com/thumbnail/Corsair-acc-tmb.jpg (http://hothardware.com/Reviews/Hard-Drive-Overdrive-Corsairs-Accelerator-Series-Reviewed-/)Solid State Drives are […]

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  • Online News May 18, 2012

    Online News May 18, 2012

    [Techpowerup.com] (PR) ASUS Releases the P8C WS Motherboard with the Intel C216 Chipset The ASUS P8C WS motherboard combines the advantages of several product classes. While mainly a workstation board, it also incorporates server readiness, and can be easily used in high end standard desktop builds. As a flexible choice for system integrators, its compact […]

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  • Online News May 17, 2012

    Online News May 17, 2012

    [Hardwarecanucks.com] NVIDIA Posts Complete Kepler GK110 Technical White Paper For those of you wondering about what makes NVIDIA’s upcoming GK110 tick, NVIDIA has posed a complete architectural White Paper. *There is some seriously interesting contained in there, enough to make us want GK110 to make it over into the GeForce lineup as soon as possible. […]

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  • Online News May 16, 2012

    Online News May 16, 2012

    [Techpowerup.com] (PR) PNY Launches New Range of Verto GeForce GT 600-Series Mainstream Graphics Cards PNY Technologies, Inc. today introduced the NVIDIA Verto GeForce GT 600-Series which includes the GeForce GT 630 2048 MB, GT 620 1024 MB, and GT 610 1024 MB graphics cards. The PNY GeForce GT 600-series graphics cards are designed to deliver […]

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  • Online News May 16, 2012

    Online News May 16, 2012

    [Techpowerup.com] (PR) PNY Launches New Range of Verto GeForce GT 600-Series Mainstream Graphics Cards PNY Technologies, Inc. today introduced the NVIDIA Verto GeForce GT 600-Series which includes the GeForce GT 630 2048 MB, GT 620 1024 MB, and GT 610 1024 MB graphics cards. The PNY GeForce GT 600-series graphics cards are designed to deliver […]

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  • Online News May 15, 2012

    Online News May 15, 2012

    [Anandtech.com] Ask the Experts: Heterogeneous and GPU Compute with AMDâ??s Manju Hegde AMD’s Manju Hegde is one of the rare folks I get to interact with who has an extensive background working at both AMD and NVIDIA. He was one of the co-founders and CEO of Ageia, a company that originally tried to bring higher […]

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  • Online News May 14, 2012

    Online News May 14, 2012

    [Anandtech.com] A Tale Of Two Thunderbolt Storage Devices: Seagate’s GoFlex Desk and Western Digital’s Thunderbolt Duo I remember the early days of the USB-vs-FireWire wars like they were yesterday, although Wikipedia reminds me that they were more than a decade ago (sigh). USB 1.0 arrived in 1996 but didn’t begin to see broad adoption until […]

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  • Online News May 13, 2012

    Online News May 13, 2012

    [Expreview.com] GTX 690 Not with Good Compatibility with GeForce 301.34 Driver When GTX 690 was released, the driver used was 301.33 beta, according to the usual practice, upon the launch of relative reviews NVIDIA rolled out 301.34 WHQL driver which supported GTX 690, meanwhile the new driver is also the first one to support GTX […]

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  • Online News May 12, 2012

    Online News May 12, 2012

    [VR-Zone.com] Coolermaster Trigger Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review vr-zone.com – Image: http://resources.vr-zone.net/uploads/15853/DSC_2741.JPG CoolerMaster is a highly popular company among enthusiasts, with their reputation coming from their extensive line-up of computer chassis, power supplies and cooling solutions. However, lately CoolerMaster has been… [Techpowerup.com] TIM is Behind Ivy Bridge Temperatures After All It’s proven: the thermal interface material […]

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  • Online News May 11, 2012

    Online News May 11, 2012

    [Techpowerup.com] (PR) Palit Announced Another Legend GeForce GTX 670 JetStream Palit Microsystems Ltd, the leading graphics card manufacturer, has unleashed the GeForce GTX 670 graphics card. It taps into the powerful Kepler architecture to deliver faster, smoother, richer gaming. It’s more than state-of-the-art technology and features. It’s truly game-changing performance. … [Techpowerup.com] (PR) Origin PC […]

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  • Online News May 10, 2012

    Online News May 10, 2012

    [Techpowerup.com] Microsoft Patents Pressure-Sensitive Controller Since Nintendo pushed the envelope, hardware manufacturers seem intent on making new controller types. Now that each of the big gaming companies have at least dabbled with motion controls, biometric feedback seems to be the next big thing. Sony is looking into biometric controllers to measure… [Techpowerup.com] (PR) Cisco Reports […]

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