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Updating your graphics card is like giving your old PC a good kick in the pants. It can make for a smoother gaming system overall, as well as keep the setup from running too hard and too hot. ASUS is heating up the graphics card market with its latest Radeon HD7790-DC2OC-1GD5 graphics card.The latest in the ASUS line promises better performance via a 1075MHz GPU and the company’s own DirectCU II... continued.
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 PC manufacturers were thrown off by Windows 8 and its new touch-friendly face, which has given the PC industry what it needed to bring the PC forward into the mobile device space. The PC’s long term success hinges on its ability to evolve, both in form factor and functionality. Boxes have largely given way to all-in-ones, laptops to Ultrabooks, and so on. Innovation often equals... continued.
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Back in 2012, Belkin introduced the Thunderbolt Express Dock to a lot of fanfare. So what the heck happened? Well, the product had a few tweaks since then (for the better!). Now, the company has officially started shipping the product. The Thunderbolt Express Dock is slim and sort of sexy, designed to hide all of that not-so-sexy cable clutter. Made specifically for use with Mac computers that... continued.
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The smartphone has become an invaluable tool. It’s almost like a best friend. Well, hopefully you never lose your best friend. If that’s something you have nightmares about, you may want to pick up Kensington’s Proximity Tag. The Proximity Tag is designed to keep tabs on your Samsung Galaxy smartphone via an app-enabled monitoring system. It can track that pricey portable and even offer up a... continued.
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Currently in its alpha phase and developed by Introversion Software, Prison Architect is a fantastic and fresh game that will put a smile on any city builder's face (especially those disappointed by the poor launch of Sim City).The premise is the same as all games in the genre, you start with land, money, and a directive to build. In this case, you're building a prison and choosing key things,... continued.
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All-in-one computers have a great space-saving profile for businesses and regular home users. When configured with WiFi and wireless keyboard/mouse, the only cable is the power cable, making for an uncluttered and unimposing look. Not at all a stranger to the AIO market, HP has introduced its Compaq Elite 8300 AIO system. Let’s take a closer look. Physical Layout Many AIOs tend to look... continued.
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As a PC builder, it's refreshing to see a wide variety in enthusiast desktop cases. For a long while it seemed like case makers used the term "enthusiast" and "gamer" interchangeably, and believed every gamer wants a case loaded with great features, but with neon lights, aggressive designs, and wild colors. Everyone else wanted a plain box. There's certainly a market for extreme designs, but... continued.
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Believe it or not, everyone doesn’t have an Ethernet jack or WiFi available in every single nook and cranny of his or her workspace. However, those users can definitely enjoy networking as well, via powerline technology. Powerline networking can turn any outlet into a web connection. However, you’re going to have to hook up powerline-enhanced networking products to the outlet to make... continued.
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When discussing computer memory built to the new DDR4 standard, John David Kistler, president and CEO of system builder J&B Technologies Ltd. of Maryland Heights, Mo., mentions the higher data rates allowed by the new technology. He also talks of the lower power consumption compared with the current DDR3 chips. “It’s a Ferrari that gets twice the mileage,” he says. DDR4 is the fourth... continued.
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Irrational Games' latest installment in the Bioshock series sees you lifted from the murky utopia of Rapture into the Eden of Colombia, a floating city in the sky. You play as Booker DeWitt,  a former Pinkerton agent sent to Colombia to track down a women by the name of Elizabeth and bring her to New York to pay off a debt. Infinite is just as much (if not more) a game about story as it is... continued.
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Microsoft’s flagship suite of productivity software, Office 2013, offers enhanced integration and many refinements over the previous version. Overall, Office 2013 is smoother, more user friendly and pleasant to use than any previous version of the Office productivity suite. It’s not leaps and bounds above previous incarnations, but Microsoft has paid attention to the details and created a product that is well refined and offers the subtle joy that a well-designed product can deliver. Let’s go app by app and take a look at what’s new… for better or worse.
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Some people listen to a local AM or FM radio station, while others use some electronic device to bring their digital music or podcast library with them on the go. If you’re the former, Automatica isn’t for you. If you’re the latter, like me, Automatica is positioned to help you get music into your car by leveraging the cloud.The premise is simple - park your car in the garage and Automatica goes... continued.
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Kingston Technology certainly knows how to celebrate a birthday—with gifts for all! The company is marking its 10th HyperX anniversary with all-new black printed circuit boards (PCB) for two of its most popular products. The HyperX Beast and the entry-level “black” lines will add a black PCB under the company’s own signature heatspreader designs. The new addition is... continued.
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Rebellion's latest game places you behind enemy lines as a US sniper during the closing days of World War II. Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army is a stand-alone game based on Sniper Elite V2 and its game engine, meaning all that much loved sniper gore in V2 is still here in Nazi Zombie Army.Like you would expect from most zombie games, Nazi Zombie Army lacks in the story department. The basic... continued.

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