Dell Venue 11 Pro 7140 Convertible Review

Mobile/Tablets by stefan @ 2015-04-23 read/post comments()

If you are looking for a professional looking convertible with the latest available low power consumption Intel Core M processor which is paired with 8GB of RAM, 256GB SSD and comes with a fully-fledged Windows 8.1 Pro operating system, then look no further, your answer is here! read more

Corsair Gaming Sabre Optical RGB Gaming Mouse Review

Others/Mice & Keyboards by stefan @ 2015-04-21 read/post comments()

We have tried multiple titles (Heroes of the Storm, Dying Light, Dirty Bomb, CounterStrike Global Offensive) with the Sabre Optical RGB and we were pretty impressed with the overall comfort, which was matched by precision thanks to the latest Avago ADNS S3988 6400DPI sensor. The mouse was designed only to be used by right-handers and on the laterals we have an arched design for obtaining a good grip.   read more

Blackview Breeze Smartphone Review

Mobile/Smart Phones by stefan @ 2015-04-16 read/post comments()

This model was mainly built for people with lower budgets, which do not have enough cash to invest in higher-specced models and Blackview has picked one of the mainstream SoCs (MT6582) of 2013 to equip it, which now also has sources for building Android 5.0 distributions. read more

QNAP TVS-863+ AMD Turbo vNAS Review

Storage/NAS by stefan @ 2015-04-10 read/post comments()

With the latest TVS-863+ 10GbE-ready Turbo vNAS, QNAP is proposing a centralized solution featuring the latest technologies and integrating new AMD-based hardware with the quad-core embedded SoC which is clocked at 2.4GHz, which is also powered by AMD Radeon Graphics. The system is housed inside a proven mini-tower NAS metallic case, with a LCD screen and buttons in order to perform some actions right from the frontal area. read more

Blackview Omega Smartphone Review

Mobile/Smart Phones by stefan @ 2015-04-03 read/post comments(0)

Omega is one of the latest smartphones of Blackview, featuring the established MT6592 SoC at 1.7GHz from Mediatek and is paired with 2GB of RAM, 16GB of internal storage. The selfie camera is 5MP, while the shooter from the back is powered by the Sony IMX135 13MP sensor and it does have a battery of 2100mAh. read more

HIS Multi-View X2 USB Docking Station Review

Others/Miscelleneous by stefan @ 2015-03-31 read/post comments(0)

The Multi-View X2 USB Docking Station from HIS is a real help when we are frequently on the road or even at offices if using compact laptops/ultrabooks with a low number of ports. With laptops and Windows tablets, we are able to have up to four displays on at the same time (the internal display, the second display via the tablet/laptop HDMI output, third and fourth display thanks to the dock), but also plenty of USB ports for data transfer, quick charging or connecting various peripherals. In case we lack a LAN port, the dock also provides it for us, along with an additional headphone and microphone jack. read more
Storage/HDD Silicon Power Stream S06 4TB USB 3.0 HDD Review by stefan @ 2015-03-28
Storage/HDD Toshiba MG04ACA400A 4TB Enterprise HDD Review by stefan @ 2015-03-21
Storage/NAS ASUSTOR AS5104T 4-bay NAS Review by stefan @ 2015-03-17
Mobile/Smart Phones KingSing T8 Smartphone Review by stefan @ 2015-03-10
Audio/Others Corsair Gaming H1500 Dolby Gaming Headset Review by stefan @ 2015-03-09

Hardware or Gadgets/Multimedia news

Car headlights of the future won't blind other drivers

@ 2015/04/28 read/post comments(0)
Carnegie Mellon's work on headlights has made an appearance here before, where it's near-future smart headlights would parse raindrops and 'cancel' them out, projecting light around the rain drops, substantially improving visibility. But that's just ... Go To Full Article

Project CARS release draws near

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Racing simulator fans across the world have been wiping the drool off of their keyboards for years, ever since the first trailers for Project CARS debuted. The game has now gone gold and the release on PC, PS4 and Xbox… Go To Full Article

Kingston HyperX Savage SSD Review

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M.2's might get all the ink lately but SATA is still here to stay for a while as a storage staple in modern PC systems. With many budget models now able to reach 500MB sequential read/writes, it might seem like… Go To Full Article

Asrock X99E-ITX/ac Review

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Asrock doesn't mind taking chances with design and proof of this is the X99E-ITX/ac, the world's first and only Mini-ITX X99 motherboard and the first ever of its kind to support an Intel Extreme-series chipset. Though we were skeptical at… Go To Full Article

Pebble is working with Apple to prevent Pebble app rejections

@ 2015/04/27 read/post comments(0)
we're working with Apple to clear up any misunderstandings to make sure rejections like the handful of recent ones don't happen again—they're being super responsive the concerns that bubbled up (much appreciated!). Apps are still getting approved with mentions of… Go To Full Article

DeepCool Launches GamerStorm TriStellar ITX Chassis

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A week after its debut as part of CyberPowerPC's Trinity gaming desktop, DeepCool launched the GamerStorm TriStellar mini-ITX chassis, so PC enthusiasts can cram in whatever hardware they want. It may be designed for mini-ITX motherboards only, but this is… Go To Full Article

Scythe Ninja 4 CPU Cooler Pictured

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Here are some of the first pictures of Scythe's latest flagship CPU heatsink, the Ninja 4. The fourth generation Ninja gets a unique new symmetrical square fin design, which is split in a way that makes it look like the… Go To Full Article

Eurocom Launches 13.3-inch M4 Ultraportable

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Eurocom has launched the 13.3" M4 high-performance, upgradeable, ultraportable laptop, now with NVIDIA GeForce GTX 960M graphics, Intel Core i7-4940MX upgradeable processors and QHD+ 3200-by-1800 13.3" display while only weighing 2 kg. "The EUROCOM M4 is the culmination of all… Go To Full Article

Jay Z says his Tidal music service is doing just fine, thank you

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Jay Z re-launched Tidal with a lot of fanfare, but how well is his artist-owned streaming service doing so far? Just fine, if you ask the man himself. As part of a flurry of Twitter posts, Mr. Carter revealed that… Go To Full Article

'Gears of War' looks like the next game to get an Xbox One remaster

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Like it or not, ports of classic games to the latest consoles are still all the rage... and Microsoft appears eager to cash in on the trend. Both Kotaku and Polygon report that Microsoft, Black Tusk Studios and Dirty Bomb's… Go To Full Article

NASCAR's first hydrogen-powered pace car hits the track

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NASCAR may be dominated by gas-guzzling racers, but its pace car this weekend is decidedly kinder to the environment. The motorsport league's Sprint Cup race in Richmond on the 26th (delayed from the 25th due to rain) has Toyota's hydrogen-powered… Go To Full Article

GeIL Launches the ‘Super Luce’ DDR4 Line with Heartbeat LEDs

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An inescapable part of the world of self-building a personal computer is customization and aesthetics. For most users, and even some gamers, the box under the desk is built for function. But there’s a sizeable crowd of chassis/system modders, LAN… Go To Full Article

'Call of Duty: Black Ops 3' is fast, frantic and adds a co-op campaign

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Developer Treyarch has a good record of keeping things fresh in Call of Duty. The company started working on the franchise back in 2005. With World at War it added zombies, Black Ops went to Vietnam, Black Ops 2 traversed… Go To Full Article

Nokia denies that it will resume making phones

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We hope you weren't counting on Nokia reviving its phone business. The Finnish firm is now bluntly denying claims that it's planning to return to making phones -- there are "no plans" to make or sell any, Nokia says. That's… Go To Full Article

Your Tor-based email isn't as secure as you think

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A recent security breach just provided a painful reminder that Tor's anonymity network isn't completely foolproof against truly determined intruders. The email service SIGAINT is warning users that someone recently launched a sustained attempt to bre... Go To Full Article

Oppo’s ‘bezel-less’ smartphone leaks in clear spy shots

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The clearest images yet of Oppo’s upcoming bezel-less smartphone have appeared on the web today, courtesy of Chinese website MyDrivers. A video of the device has also been posted by the website, showing the smartphone in action. Of course, the… Go To Full Article

Hackers deface Tesla's website and Twitter accounts

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It's all too common to see ne'er-do-wells compromising a website or a social network account, but Tesla just got hit with a triple whammy. At least one group has hijacked not just the electric car maker's website and its Twitter… Go To Full Article

First Utility tempts new energy customers with free smart thermostat

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There's a thin line between a flourishing product category and an oversaturated one. The smart thermostat racket is fast approaching critical mass, and energy providers across the UK have begun offering hi-tech heating controls to their customers thr... Go To Full Article

Russian hackers scooped up the President's unclassified email

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Russian hackers may have had more success in breaching the White House network than first thought. New York Times sources understand that intruders who got into the White House's unclassified systesm managed to collect some of President Obama's email...… Go To Full Article

Facebook and Google help find Nepal earthquake survivors

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The Nepal earthquake has caused an immeasurable amount of tragedy this weekend, but some internet services are offering tools that might provide comfort if you have friends or family in the area. Facebook has rolled out its recently introduced Safety... Go To Full Article

Send directions to your Android phone with a Google search

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Sending Google Maps directions to an Android phone hasn't been that hard for a while, but it's now downright easy. Google has introduced a web feature that delivers instructions through a simple search. As long as your phone is properly… Go To Full Article

Windows 10 Build 10061 Hands-On: Fresh Apps and Features

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With the looming annual Build Conference literally right around the corner, Microsoft released another new build of Windows 10 on Wednesday. Build 10061 is full of new tweaks, features and apps, with some working flawlessly and others, not so much,… Go To Full Article

From garage to campus: a look at the digs of tech's Big Five

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Google, Apple, Microsoft, Facebook and Amazon: These juggernauts are at the forefront of the tech industry. And with that success comes an ever-expanding workforce, and the need for a place to put them. To keep pace with growth, these companies… Go To Full Article

Only selfies can kill the bad guys in this game

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Okay, "bad guys" is a bit of an exaggeration: The green boxes you have to kill in Selfie Assault don't really do anything but stay perfectly still. You'd have to eliminate them all to conquer the game, though -- as… Go To Full Article

GeIL Announces Super Luce DDR4 Enthusiast Memory Series

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GeIL announced its top-of-the-line Super Luce Enthusiast DDR4 memory series. The Super Luce series, is equipped with the patented iLuce Thermal-beaming technology. Users will be able to observe real-time temperature condition of memory modules right through different LED breathing-light tempos,… Go To Full Article

Google pulls the Nexus 7 tablet from its online store

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In case you were on the fence about grabbing one of Google's affordable Nexus tablets, you'd better jump off it pretty soon. The Nexus 7's been pulled from the Google Store, as spotted by TalkAndroid, and it almost assuredly isn't… Go To Full Article

X2 Introduces the ISOLATIC Chassis

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From the design heart of Europe X2 is introducing a new addition to its product line: The iconic ISOLATIC series full-tower pc enclosure is built for people that just love playing with computers. With ample room for up to 5… Go To Full Article

Ozone Rage ST Headset Review

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Despite the stereotype, gamers are social creatures too. Competitive games after all requires another person to play with, but as expressive as some gestures may be such as virtual teabagging, it is not nearly as effective in conveying what you… Go To Full Article

HTC Butterfly 3 spec sheet leaked courtesy CompuBench

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Rumors about the HTC Butterfly 3 smartphone have been doing the rounds since late last year. Recently we heard the device is set to launch in the second half of the year and now the specifications of the device have… Go To Full Article

3D printing upgrades to “4D” with new material

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Additive manufacturing will add another dimension to 3D printing. Researchers at the University of Wollongong are developing 3D-printed materials that can change its structure post-production. The plan is to have printed products that can react with external stimuli like heat… Go To Full Article

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