Date: Wednesday, 20 Aug 2014 05:16
Logitech's new G402 is billed as the fastest gaming mouse money can buy for high-speed FPS gameplay, with a track speed of over 500 inches per second using the company's Fusion Engine sensor technology combining an accelerometer and gyroscope, as well as its Delta Zero sensor tech for extreme accuracy.
Date: Monday, 18 Aug 2014 06:44
Unlike Windows and OS X, Linux allows you to fully customize not only the look and feel of your desktop, but also its functionality as well as settings, through different desktop environments. We do a brief overview of the most popular Linux desktop environments to give you an idea about what each has to offer and what suits you the best.
Date: Friday, 15 Aug 2014 04:28
Released in early June, SanDisk's Extreme Pro is the successor to the venerable Extreme II, which was among the best SSDs of its generation in terms of performance and reliability. The drive is aimed at gamers, enthusiasts and professionals who demand the highest real-world performance, and will trade blows in that regard (and on pricing) with Samsung's excellent SSD 850 Pro.
Date: Thursday, 14 Aug 2014 07:30
I've wanted to write this for some time, but hadn't because there was no solid data to back-up my assertions. I do now. This is about why I believe the future of tablets (and by extension, computing) is 15-inches in display size, perhaps even 17-inches.
Date: Wednesday, 13 Aug 2014 13:08
With Crucial's MX100 series recently arriving for as low as $0.42 per gigabyte and hogging SSD sales as the new value king, the competition has been forced to respond. The OCZ Arc 100 SSD Series utilizes the tried and true Barefoot 3 M10 controller along with the latest A19nm Toshiba Multi-Level Cell (MLC) flash memory and is priced at $0.50 per gig for its 480GB and 240GB models.
Date: Tuesday, 12 Aug 2014 02:58
Leaving aside its wackier conspiracy theories, it's the quality - the prescience - of Deus Ex's story that makes it such a great game to play in 2014. Somehow, it seems timely: moment after moment of sneering, political philosophising about money, health, corporations and the poor, punctuated by regular, 400-volt jolts of: wait, when was this written?
Date: Monday, 11 Aug 2014 04:34
Targeting the entry-level market in Asian nations, the new Zenfone 5 offers something a little different for just $170. The device packs a 5.0-inch 720p display, 8MP camera, and a rarely-used Intel Atom dual-core SoC. A polished hardware offering and a form factor more closely in line with high-end devices could make this a fantastic choice for a small price.
Date: Friday, 08 Aug 2014 05:55
The TechSpot PC Buying Guide offers an in-depth list of today's best desktop PC hardware, spanning four unique yet typical budgets.
Date: Friday, 08 Aug 2014 02:13
Small Chinese companies like Xiaomi and OnePlus were able to create markets even while competitors like Apple and Samsung spend billions in advertising their smartphones. Their success is a blueprint for others to follow, whether they're running an established smartphone company or starting one.
Date: Thursday, 07 Aug 2014 07:29
The big thing most people misunderstand about Ballmer is that he's unbelievably smart. They see him going crazy on the stage and assume the man is a joke. I can assure you he's anything but.
Date: Tuesday, 05 Aug 2014 04:09
The spread of broadband Internet is changing the way we watch TV and movies. A lot of people are cutting the cable company cord or dropping that satellite service in favor of online streaming. If you've been wondering where you can find movies and TV shows to watch for free online without breaking the law, then we've got you covered.
Date: Monday, 04 Aug 2014 13:12
The small form factor tablet market has gotten pretty crowded, particularly when it comes to budget models, and while the generally fantastic Google Nexus 7 can be had for around $215 nowadays, going below that usually involves some compromises. Today, I'm checking out Asus' attempt at a low-cost Android tablet and whether it's worth a small amount of your cash.
Date: Saturday, 02 Aug 2014 15:18
For many people smartphone cameras have replaced standalone point-and-shoots as the go-to device for everyday photography. But just what goes in to making a good smartphone camera? What hardware do companies use? What do pixel sizes and f-stops really mean? In this article I'll be exploring the hardware, key terms associated with photography, and some comparisons along the way.
Date: Thursday, 31 Jul 2014 12:18
AMD promised many new APUs when unveiling its Kaveri architecture in January but until now has only been able to deliver two. Now the company is announcing an updated lineup and today we'll be looking at the $155 A10-7800, which comes in 45W or 65W TDP modes and has a full-blown R7 GPU featuring 8 CUs with 512 SPUs and 32 TAUs like the unlocked, range-topping A10-7850K.
Date: Thursday, 24 Jul 2014 03:55
For more than a decade tech-savvy users on a budget would commonly buy a sub-$100 CPU and achieve performance comparable to $200-$300 chips by overclocking. These days Intel locks down its lower end parts, but to mark the 20th anniversary of its Pentium brand, they've released a fully unlocked dual-core Pentium G3258 for $72 -- just what the overclocking community has been waiting for.
Date: Wednesday, 23 Jul 2014 06:48
We take a look some of the more common advantages and disadvantages of virtual desktops, give our general impressions on setting up and using virtual desktops for a variety of uses and make some educated guesses as to whether virtual desktops truly are the future of computing or if they will likely remain a niche technology.
Date: Monday, 21 Jul 2014 06:48
Touting several refinements and a new 5.5-inch Quad HD display, LG has brought to market the new LG G3. The new, larger display brings a resolution and pixel density above of what we've seen on the current crop of flagships. You also get a 13-megapixel camera with a unique laser autofocus system, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 SoC that's at the top of its class.
Date: Thursday, 17 Jul 2014 04:01
Silverstone's Raven RV01 caught our attention back in 2008 with a unique layout that turned the motherboard upward so its I/O panel was on top of the enclosure instead of behind, making it very effective for cooling. 2014's RV05 sticks to this layout but Silverstone claims to have eliminated much of the wasted space in previous models while bringing one of its better looking designs so far.
Date: Wednesday, 16 Jul 2014 06:52
The Wii U finally has so many good games that it's possible to forget some of them. A few of the initial gripes we had with it can be addressed with add-ons or accesories -- like a better battery for its controller or external storage to expand the paltry 32GB of built-in space -- and these concerns are ultimately overwhelmed by what the Wii U does right. It's finally time to get one.
Date: Tuesday, 15 Jul 2014 03:29
While it may seem antiquated the command line is the most flexible and powerful way to perform tasks in Linux. In the first part of our ongoing command line series, we discussed some of the very basic operations, and now we'll build on that as we discuss more things like file metadata, permissions, timestamps, as well as some new tools like tee, Vim, and more.
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