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Asus Maximus VIII Extreme Overclocking Review

Introduction The Maximus VIII Extreme is the new top of the line socket 1151 board from Asus that just begs to be paired with a 6600K or 6700K for some overclocking goodness. The board was built for…

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der8auer Delid Die Mate Coming Soon to Caseking

Today der8auer unveiled his newest device for overclocking, the Delid Die Guard. The device makes removing the lids of CPUs so easy that even my mother could do it. The preferred method of the past has been the…

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Google Hangouts Is Rolling out a New UI and Better Video Quality

Today we found out that Google has announced that they are bringing tweaks to Hangouts. The move is intended to streamline the user interface while at the same time improving the streaming video quality. Users can…

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Apotact Labs Takes ‘Gest Controller’ to Kickstarter

Are you a huge fan of the Nintendo Power Glove and wish that you could use it with your Android or iOS device? Well, that isn’t going to happen anytime soon without some electronics hacking on…

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Quake Live Steam Update Charges $10 and Deletes Player Data!

The popular free-to-play Quake Live first person shooter PC game was launched first as a browser-based game before moving to Steam in 2014. When it moved to Steam it continued to be free but also had a…

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Jonsbo Reveal Sleek New UMX3 Micro-ATX Case

Jonsbo announced that it is releasing the new sleek-looking UMX3 Micro-ATX case. The steel and aluminum case features a minimalistic and clean design that will look great for years to come. The front panel of the case…

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UK E-tailers Taken Offline by DDoS Attacks

Yesterday, UK based e-tailers were the apparent victims of a DDoS attack that took Aria Technology, Novatech, and Scan Computers websites offline. Channelweb reported that Aria Taheri, the owner of Aria Technology said that after the business’s…

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Misfit Introduces the New Shine 2 Fitness and Sleep Monitor

Misfit is a hardware company that makes wearables that utilize sensors to monitor activity and sleep. Today they announced the Shine 2, the next generation of the award-winning Shine Fitness and Sleep Monitor. Inside the Shine…

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Godzilla and King Kong Will Rise Again With a Fight Scheduled For 2020

Today there is great news for fans of Godzilla and King Kong as Legendary and Warner Brothers Pictures announced a trio of new movies and dates for them. First out is Kong: Skull Island which will…

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“Improve Detroit” Cell Phone App Helps Fix More than 10,000 Problems in the City

Any massive city has problems that need addressing that slide by the people in charge. In a city like Detroit, they saw an opportunity to change this. That is how they started thinking about creating a…

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FBI Releases Warning of Chip & Sign Credit Card Weakness

The FBI today released a statement today warning consumers that the new chips don’t prevent against online fraud or point of sale compromises (like the Target hack). Apparently the “chip and sign” signature based systems are…

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Light Hopes to Replace DSLRs with Their 16-Lens L16 Camera!

The cover has just been taken off of Light’s L16 camera, something that looks pretty crazy but is certainly awesome. Built to be a great camera to replace the need to lug a huge DSLR everywhere…

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Gigabyte GA-X99-SOC Champion Sub-Zero Overclocking Review

Introduction The GA-X99-SOC Champion is Gigabyte’s overclocking-centric motherboard for the X99 chipset and is the choice of many professional overclockers and benchmarkers around the world. The board has an OC Socket much like the one that…

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Retail Release of Shovel Knight Is Delayed

The retail release of the successful Shovel Knight game was supposed to be released next week but has been delayed two weeks. Now the date is to be October 30th for Europe and November 3rd for…

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Oculus, AMD & Dell Join Forces to Bring You Oculus-Ready PCs

Adding to the long list of Virtual Reality projects that AMD is working on this year, they just announced a unified project between themselves Dell and Oculus. They are aiming to bring consumers Oculus-Ready PCs that have…

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Gigabyte Z97X-SOC (LGA 1150) Sub-Zero Overclocking Review

Introduction The Z97X- SOC motherboard is Gigabyte’s affordable overclocking-centric Z97 motherboard that is not quite as tricked out as its big brother Z97X-SOC Force. That bigger brother is  geared toward quad-SLI setups with its PLX chip…

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Gigabyte BRIX GB-BXi5H-5200 Review

Introduction Today we are taking a look at Gigabyte’s Intel i5 5200U powered BRIX. Gigabyte has an impressive array of BRIX models that come in at all different performance levels with many CPU options and even options…

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Zotac CI321Nano Barebones System Review

  Introduction Today we are taking a look at one of Zotac’s latest ZBOX CI321 nano barebones system that is packing a dual-core 2961Y CPU. Something that makes this CI321 nano stand out of the crowd…

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NASA Patches Curiosity Rover’s Chem Cam from 235 Million Miles Away

As if the people at NASA haven’t been doing enough awesome stuff lately they just did one insanely long distance software upgrade. The Curiosity rover just got the auto-focus of its “Chem Cam” improved with an…

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No Plans for Flying Mounts in Warlords of Draenor or Beyond

For everyone eagerly waiting to get to the patch that will allow flying mounts in Warlods of your hopes were just dashed! In an interview with Polygon lead designer Ion Hazzikostas made it clear that Blizzard is…

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Yahoo Labs Finds Filtered Photos Are More Popular

A new paper from Yahoo Labs “Why We Filter Our Photos and How It Impacts Engagement” delves into its findings after analyzing 7.6million photos on Flickr. They found that filters boost engagement on Flickr. Thanks to social…