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Schools Grab .XXX Domains to Protect Names

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Not only is this smart to do now, it is also pretty inexpensive. Attorney fees and lawsuits cost a fortune so snagging these .XXX names now seems like the logical thing to do. The new .xxx domain will be launched… Go To Full Article

Two Razer Blade Gaming Laptop Prototypes Stolen

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In a statement on the official Razer Facebook page, Razer has announced that two of the Razer Blade prototypes were stolen from their San Francisco Research and Development lab. Razer has contacted the authorities, and is imploring anyone with information…

iTunes Match Goes Live

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Apple has finally released iTunes Match to the public. The release comes a couple of weeks later than its originally schedule October. For those of you unfamiliar with the service, iTunes Match is iTunes in the cloud… Go To Full Article

SteelSeries Legendary MMO Gaming Mouse Review

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SteelSeries has been manufacturing peripherals such as keyboards, mice, headsets and pads for World Of Warcraft fans for quite some time now and today we will be taking a thorough look at their latest offering in that line of products… Go To Full Article

DeepCool IceEdge 400XT Heatsink Review

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Deepcool's IceEdge 400XT heatsink is a mid-size tower cooler that stands a modest 127mm high and weighs 585 grams. At its heart are four, 6mm diameter copper heatpipes and a 92x100mm stack of dark nickel plated aluminum fins. As with… Go To Full Article

QPad MK 80 Mechanical Gaming Keyboard Review - XSReviews

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While mechanical boards have been around for longer than any other type of keyboard input, they’re usage petered off over the past few decades as cheaper methods of production came in to being. When you’re using your keyboard for just… Go To Full Article

Intel Core i7-3960X Extreme Edition CPU @ Benchmark Reviews

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Intel's "Extreme Edition" CPUs have always represented the company's top consumer offerings. Typically priced in the $1,000 range, they have unlocked multipliers, lots of cache, and lots of cores. But until now, Intel's top Extreme Edition offering, the Core i7-990X… Go To Full Article

MSI GE620 Gaming Laptop Review @ HardwareLOOK

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MSI have a large range of laptops now, and one of their most popular ranges is the Gaming series. The gaming series consists of a few different types of portable gaming systems, the GX range, the GT range which we… Go To Full Article

Sound ID SIX Bluetooth Headset @ TestFreaks

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It features both internal and external improvements. Externally Sound ID went with a carbon fiber work to set it apart from earlier editions that were various styles of black. The biggest addition to this Bluetooth headset is the voice menu… Go To Full Article

Revisiting the Legend: OCZ Vertex LE 240GB Solid State Drive

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In early 2011 we prophesized the extremely successful SF-1200 SATA II controller wouldn't die off easily and we backed that up with a review of the new SanDisk Ultra just last week. At the time of writing the SanDisk Ultra… Go To Full Article

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