Archive | December, 2015

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Newegg Daily Deals: Samsung 500GB Portable SSD T1, Dell 27-Inch Monitor, and More!

Top Deal: USB flash drives are great and all, but if you crave truly fast portable storage, there’s another option. That option is today’s top deal for a Samsung 500GB Portable USB 3.0 Portable SSD T1 for $160 with free shipping (normally $180 – use coupon code: [EMCKNPA26]). It’s not very bulky and it offers […]

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Tor to Implement Bug Bounty Program

Another money making opportunity for bug hunters It pays to be a bug hunter. No, not the squishy kind that scurry about (unless you’re an exterminator), but the kind that leave software vulnerable to attack. There are numerous bug bounty programs out there, and soon you’ll be able to add the Tor Project to the […]

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Biostar Readies Trio of Racing Themed Motherboards for Skylake

Fighting for pole position Motherboard makers continue to flesh out the market with socket 1151 options for Skylake builders. Count Biostar among them, which is getting ready to release three new options as part of its new Biostar Racing series. The Biostar Racing line combines “cutting edge features” with a “new racing design for a […]

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iBuyPower's Revolt 2 Desktop Shows Off Graphics Card, Takes Aim at eSports

Leading a Revolt Boutique builder iBuyPower has a new system on tap, the Revolt 2, that it’s billing as the world’s first eSports focused gaming machine. Beyond the marketing angle, what’s most interesting about the Revolt 2 is the placement of certain components. iBuyPower set out to a build a system that highlights the most […]

PlayStation Developers on 2016’s Most Anticipated Games

Earlier this week we found out what the stand-out gaming moments for PlayStation developers were in 2015. As promised, today we’re going to find out which games the same group of razor-sharp creative minds are most looking forward to getting their hands on in 2016. Read on to find out, and then chime in with […]

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Dealing with Memory Leaks

How memory leaks happen, and what to do about them You may have heard the phrase, “You can never be too rich, too thin, or have too much RAM.” RAM is a vital part of a computer system, providing for computer data storage via volatile memory. The current minimum for a new system build is […]

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Newegg Daily Deals: MSI GeForce GTX 970, EVGA 850W Modular PSU, and More!

Top Deal: Now that you’ve stocked up your library of games through Steam’s Winter Sale, it might be time to think about upgrading your GPU. That way you can crank up the eye candy and enjoy all the titles have to offer. Need direction? Check out today’s top deal for a MSI GeForce GTX 970 […]

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TigerDirect Clearing Out Inventory with Sitewide Sale, Future Uncertain

Out with the old and in with the new? Something strange is happening at TigerDirect, the online retailer that was once owned by Systemax (more on that in a moment). If you head over to TigerDirect’s website, you’ll notice a sitewide sale with items marked down by up to 50 percent. Adding to the intrigue, […]

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Windows 10 Races Past 200 Million Installs (Unofficially)

Ending the year on a high note The last official count from Microsoft regarding the number of Windows 10 installations came in October. At the time, Microsoft said its latest OS had raced past 110 million installs, an impressive number considering it came out on July 29. And now? Unofficially, the number has jumped to […]

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FCC Report Notes Threefold Jump in Average Broadband Speeds Since 2011

Broadband speeds on the rise The United States hasn’t caught up with countries like France, Canada, Germany, and Japan in average broadboad speeds, but things are at least moving in the right direction, the latest report by the Federal Communications Commission suggests. According to the latest version of the FCC’s ongoing nationwide performance study of […]

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