Archive | May, 2015

Nvidia GeForce GTX 980 Ti Review

We all know the type: the ultra-cool guy that has the best hair, wears the right clothes, and drives the hottest car. The problem is that trying to make friends with such a person is difficult…and it will cost you. But did you know that the coolest guy in town has a little brother that’s […]

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The Drop: New PlayStation Games for 6/2/2015

Not only does this week mark the beginning of a new PS Plus lineup, but a host of new games joins the PlayStation family, including the eye-catching Wander on PS4. Explore a tropical paradise from atop a griffin’s back, or plunge into the depths of the sea in search of untold wonders. In Wander, players […]

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Windows 10 Vs. Windows 8.1: The Major Differences

With Windows 10 gearing up for a summer launch, many Windows 7, 8, and 8.1 users may be skeptical about the upgrade, despite its zero-dollar price tag. Visions of the Windows 8 rollout are still pretty fresh in our collective mind, and despite the OS’s many benefits, that Start screen can still inspire hyperventilation (and […]

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Hola VPN Extension Caught Selling Bandwidth to Botnet

Adiós, Hola! Whoever first said that the best things in life are free forgot to mention that there’s often a catch. For users of the super popular Hola VPN extension for browsers, the cost for using the free add-on came in the form of forking over bandwidth and unknowingly being a part of a botnet. […]

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Going with Godavari? Asus Gives FM2+ Owners the Green Light with BIOS Update

A BIOS update awaits AMD yesterday announced the arrival of a new APU, the A10-7870K. The new A-Series APU is part of AMD’s “Godavari” lineup, which are basically extensions of Kaveri, and as we said they should serve as painless drop-in replacements on any socket FM2+ motherboard. Lest there be any doubt, Asus was quick […]

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Microsoft to Crack Down on Windows Store App Pricing and Clutter

Microsoft’s way or the highway Microsoft this week made public the changes it’s rolling out to the Windows Store app certification policies in an effort to clean up the clutter and improve the overall experience for customers. As part of that process, Microsoft will keep a closer eye on app pricing to make sure that […]

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Zotac's Zbox MA760 Mini PC Brings Four DisplayPorts to the Viewing Party

DisplayPorts gone wild Zotac is plenty experienced in the mini PC movement, and if you can conceive it, they’ve probably already built it or have it on a roadmap. That also means that some of its offerings are niche products — or niche within a niche, since not everyone cares about NUC-sized systems — like […]

PlayStation Underground: Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture

Welcome back to PlayStation Underground, our online show about video games! Today, we go underground with Everybody’s Gone to the Rapture, a poignant exploration of the apocalypse, and a snapshot of 1980’s England. For those looking for an emotional, story-driven experience, look no further than this upcoming PS4 project. I get mellow on the couch […]

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