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DEOS Apple Headphone Covers

on Thu, Dec 10, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

Did you ever wish that Apple made different color headphones, Now the wait is over with Deos. The DEOS (Defining Expression of Sound) earphone covers promise to give your overused and much-abused earphones a second life once you clamped them in, your earphones look brand new and if your earphones are brand new you could use them to protect them and make them your own. They...

GELID Wing 12 Gamer 120mm Case Fan

on Thu, Dec 10, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

If you’re looking for a 120mm case fan to cool your components, Gelid’s Wing series may be your perfect fit. The fans are available in green or blue, and each fan blade is UV-reactive and can be easily cleaned by removing the fan impeller with a simple tug thanks to the magnetic Nanoflux bearing, the fan is also waterproof and dust proof. The Packaging is nice , in the...

Noctua’s New NH-C12P SE14 Premium Cooler

on Wed, Dec 9, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

Noctua today officially introduced its new NH-C12P SE14 premium cooler. Building on the proven basis of the successful NH-C12P, the NH-C12P SE14 now comes with Noctua’s new, already award winning NF-P14 140mm fan for further improved quiet cooling performance and adds support for LGA1156 as well as LGA1366 via the latest SecuFirm2™ multi-socket mounting system. “Ever...

Pandora Sets Its Sights On In-car Music Streaming

on Tue, Dec 8, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

Pandora has already come a considerable way from its rather modest beginnings, but it looks like the company unsurprisingly has some even grander ambitions for the near future, including a variety of options for in-car music streaming. That word comes straight from Pandora’s Chief Technology Officier, Tom Conrad, who told attendees at the SF Music Tech Summit that the...

Motorola Droid getting 2.0.1 Software Upgrade

on Mon, Dec 7, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

In brief, this looks like bug-fix nirvana with improved stability and battery life, better camera and call quality, faster visual voicemail, and a host of other goodies — anyone hoping for new features is probably primed for disappointment, but we’ll take what we can get. Keep an eye on your Droid today, owners, and let us know how the experience treats you. ...

Hybrid Supercar Does 150MPH With Batteries And A Jet Engine

on Mon, Dec 7, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

LA Auto Show this month, the Capstone CMT-380 prototype is an automotive beast unlike anything we’ve ever seen. Rather than mixing batteries and a conventional engine, this whip combines the former with a diesel / biodiesel-powered microturbine, which is — for all intents and purposes — a jet engine. Reportedly, the car can reach 60MPH from a standstill in...

Gamer Grub: Snack Of The Gods

on Mon, Dec 7, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

Biosilo Foods was kind enough to send me a couple of their products, part of a line called “Gamer Grub”. These are trail mix like snacks that come in resealable pouches, intended to ease greasy fingers, as well as keep the snack fresh. The snack comes in four different flavors; here I am reviewing the Pizza and PB&J. First, I will just start by saying the...

Microsoft Says Fairway To Windows 7 Family Pack

on Sat, Dec 5, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

As it stands right at this moment, the Windows 7 Family Pack is pretty much sold out everywhere. Do enough digging and you may find a smaller site still selling its little remaining stock for $270 or more, but that’s a tough price to swallow when for the past 6 weeks you could pick up the package for $150. So how could Microsoft let this happen in the middle of the...

SteelSeries Drops Limited Edition Gamer Gear

on Fri, Dec 4, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

Gaming gear is typically high on the list of gift items that the average PC gamer wants during Christmas. A new mouse and mouse pad would be welcome by most PC gamers, especially if they are cool and limited edition. SteelSeries has announced a limited edition version of its Ikari mouse and QcK mouse pad.   The Ikari mouse has a camouflage paint scheme and the mouse...

Micron’s New SSD Fastest Around

on Thu, Dec 3, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

This new SSD is sampling now in limited quantities and Micron says it will be in full production starting in Q1 2010. I guess we can assume boards needed to take advantage of the SSDs will be on the market then too. Micron will offer the SSDs in 2.5-inch and 1.8-inch form factors for notebooks and desktop systems. The new SSDs promise a read throughput of up to 355MB/s and...

Google Looking Into Fee-Based TV Streaming on Youtube

on Tue, Dec 1, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

Google’s exploring a possible new stream of revenue: fee-based streaming television on YouTube. Peter Kafka, of All Things Digital, reports Google is presently in preliminary discussions with networks and studios, with both sides appearing optimistic. The deal would include YouTube making available first-run television shows commercial-free for $1.99 apiece, like Apple...

Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands Announced

on Mon, Nov 30, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

Today Ubisoft announced Prince of Persia: The Forgotten Sands, which will return to the ‘Sands of Time’ storyline from the previous trilogy. This new game is set for release alongside the upcoming feature film in May 2010. Not many details about the title were revealed, however, such as possible tie-ins with the film and what platforms it will appear, only saying...

Gamer Sues World of Warcraft Maker for Ruining His Life

on Mon, Nov 30, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

    A California-based gamer is suing World of Warcraft maker Activision Blizzard for ruining his life. Erik Estavillo is accusing the publisher of maintaining a “harmful virtual environment” via “sneaky and deceitful practices,” according to GameSpot. Among other things, Estavillo is annoyed by the monthly $14.99 access fee, the speed at...

Razer Announces Imperator Mouse with sliding thumb Buttons

on Wed, Nov 25, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

Razer’s newest gaming Mouse  the Imperator was designed exclusively with righties in mind and has a very cool new future sliding thumb Buttons, I really like the idea of sliding buttons because with the mouse I use now it’s a real pain to find the buttons when your hand is too big for the mouse. The new Imperator boasts a 5600dpi 3.5G laser sensor, 50g acceleration...

OCZ Colossus SSD

on Wed, Nov 18, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

The OCZ Colossus 3.5-inch SSD will be available in Four models: the Colossus 120 (128GB, 250 (256GB), 500 (512GB) and 1TB (1024GB) priced at $300, $650, $1,200 and $2,200 respectively.   ...

NZXT Releases The Updated Tempest EVO Gaming Chassis

on Tue, Nov 17, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

The NZXT Tempest is a great case. It’s, has tons of room, a sleek look, and amazing airflow. But it seems everyone’s chief complaint is that it’s very loud. The newly redesigned Temptest EVO aims to solve that problem. The new case is almost the same thing except the fans have been reworked to take the noise level down a notch. Plus the side panel now sports a smoked...

Project Natal Will Hit Store Shelves In November 2010

on Wed, Nov 11, 2009 | By Christopher Allega

Details on the launch of Project Natal have hit the internet reportedly gleaned from private Microsoft meetings. If the leaked information is accurate, Project Natal will hit store shelves in November 2010. Microsoft is reportedly touring major design studios with Project Natal in tow to spur game development. ...


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