Archive | December, 2014

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What to Expect from CES 2015

The Internet of things, VR, 5K monitors, and more 2015 is nearly upon us, and that means the next Consumer Electronics Show is right around the corner. We’ll be at CES 2015 and will provide you with in-depth news and videos on the latest tech from the show floor. But since we’re already super excited […]

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Microsoft to Discontinue Original Kinect for Windows Sensor in 2015

Out with the old, in with the new It was only a matter of time before the original Kinect for Windows sensor would be set aside once Microsoft had released the Kinect for Windows v2. The new device was released in October and now Microsoft has announced that it is discontinuing the original Kinect for […]

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Lizard Squad Releases DDoS Attack Tool Starting at $6 per Month

Banking on its “fame” The group that has claimed responsibility for bringing down Sony’s PlayStation Network and Microsoft’s Xbox Live with a series of distributed denial-of-service (DDoS) attacks, which began back in August, are now looking to make a profit. Lizard Squad has launched a DDoS tool called Lizard Stresser for anyone wishing to bring […]

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Be Careful of 'WTF?' Malware on Steam Chat

As always, be suspicious of links in your Steam chat sessions Hopefully you’re getting to spend a bit of time in Steam over the holiday season, catching up on a treasure trove of games that you picked up on discount through various sales. While you’re navigating Steam, however, be advised that there’s a piece of […]

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Run Ubuntu or Another Linux Distro in a Window on Your Chromebook

Another use for Chromebooks Given the choice, most people would likely choose a Windows laptop over a Chromebook if both were free. They’re not free, of course, and Chromebooks have found an audience due to their low price tags and ability to offer basic functionality, like surfing the web and being productive in Google’s ecosystem. […]

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Thermaltake Tt eSports Breeds a Second Generation Black Laser Gaming Mouse

Program up to 35 macros across five profiles Thermaltake’s Tt eSports division has just uncaged a new rodent for gamers, the Black V2 laser gaming mouse. The Black V2 is a follow-up act to the original, and according to Thermaltake, it’s been upgraded in just about every way possible, including the laser sensor, surface finish, […]

PlayStation Plus: January’s Free Games

It’s almost time to ring in another New Year, so let’s take a peek at what Plus members can play to kick off 2015. PlayStation 4 owners can leave their pink neon mark on the city of Seattle in inFAMOUS: First Light, a standalone expansion to inFamous: Second Son that outlines the backstory of the […]

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Time Warner Cable Ranked as Worst Company for Customer Satisfaction

Comcast also at the bottom It has been a tumultuous year for internet service providers as the Federal Communications Commission continues to debate on net neutrality laws. But other issues that included customer service gaffes and the potential merge between Time Warner Cable and Comcast have not painted ISPs in a good light. As a […]

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Samsung Unveils ATIV Book 9 Laptop and ATIV One 7 Curved All-in-One PC

Samsung takes a break from mobile handsets to announce a pair of PC products Between all the Galaxy smartphone and tablet releases, we’re a little surprised Samsung has time to take a breath, let alone announce a pair of sleek looking PC products. Yet that’s exactly that the company has done today. Specifically, Samsung today […]

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