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Newegg Daily Deals: Asus GeForce GTX 750 Ti, AMD FX-8370 Vishera, and More!

Top Deal: Bringing a knife to a gun fight is the wrong weapon of choice, just as wielding integrated graphics at high end games will put you at a disadvantage. That doesn’t mean we’re telling you to go stockpile a bunch of guns (or knives), but you would be wise to check out today’s top […]

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RadioShack May File for Bankruptcy in February

A series of ‘misstpes’ Any nerd over the age of twenty can probably remember a time he or she would frequent the local RadioShack. It was the go-to shop for electronics and geek fare, though we’re talking a lifetime ago in tech years. Fast forward to today and there are reports that RadioShack is headed […]

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Marriott Decides Against Jamming Personal Wi-Fi Devices

The Marriott hotel chain issued a statement saying it has decided not to block guests from using their personal Wi-Fi hotspots at any of its locations. It’s a decision that comes three months after the chain was fined $600,000 by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) for jamming personal Wi-Fi networks at the Gaylord Opryland Resort […]

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Score a Reconditioned Das Keyboard 4 Mechanical Keyboard for $120

This is one plank you mind walking When it comes to keyboards, there are two types: mechanical planks and everything else. I can say that with complete confidence after having gone through and used or otherwise tested a number of keyboards over the years — for the most part, squishy membrane keyboards just don’t compete […]

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Samsung Wins Race to 8 Gigabit GDDR5 Memory, Begins Mass Production

Denser memory solution could lead to larger frame buffers Samsung today announced that its has started mass producing what it claims is the industry’s first 8 gigabit (Gb) GDDR5 DRAM, which is being built on the company’s 20nm manufacturing process. This is the same type of memory that’s found on scores of graphics cards for […]

Toukiden: Kiwami Coming to PS4, Vita in March 2015

At this time last year, I blogged about Toukiden: The Age of Demons for PS Vita and we received a lot of positive feedback from many PlayStation fans here (that made us very happy)! Today we’re proud to be announcing that Toukiden: Kiwami is coming to PS4 and PS Vita on March 31, 2015 (both […]

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G.Skill Scales Consumer Ripjaws 4 DDR4 Memory Kits to 3400MHz

Comes with their own cooling fans There have only been a few RAM kits we can recall that came with cooling fans, or that were recommended to pair with an active cooling scheme. Of course, those were back in the early days of DDR memory, when buying a kit of overclocking RAM could you make […]

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How to Use Adobe Photoshop

Not sure where to start in Photoshop? Here’s a crash course on the basics Photoshop is a powerful application that can be used for a variety of purposes, from editing photos or other images to graphic design and 3D art to light videography work. But Photoshop’s power and versatility can also make it incredibly intimidating. […]

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Intel Pushes for Bigger Size 2-in-1 Hybrid PCs

Get ready to see 12.5-inch 2-in-1 PCs in the near future If you own a low-cost 2-in-1 hybrid device (or convertible laptop, if you prefer to call it that), chances are you’re rocking a 10-inch display, or thereabouts. Going forward, don’t be surprised to see vendors start churning out bigger size models. That’s because Intel […]

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