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Some thoughts on the Yahoo telecommute ban

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I always thought the term "telecommuting" was funny. It’s obviously a relatively new word in the modern vernacular, where you’re working at home and you do a lot of communicating with your boss via phone and e-mail. Go To Full Article

Those next-gen games? Yeah, one just arrived

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We've been swept away by a wave of talk about next-gen consoles since Sony unveiled the specs for the PlayStation 4, and we're due for another round when Microsoft reveals the next Xbox. The reception for the PS4 specs has… Go To Full Article

Seagate to Discontinue 7200rpm 2.5" Drives Later This Year

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Earlier today X-bit Labs reported that Seagate will stop the production of their 7200RPM 2.5" drives by the end of this year and I just got a confirmation from Seagate that this is really the case. Seagate currently offers four… Go To Full Article

Review: Crysis 3 (PC)

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Crysis 3 is here! We all know it looks good, but how does it play? Can Crytek deliver a game that is both beautiful and engaging, or are we going to be shedding a few tears? Go To Full Article

Noctua NH-L9i Low Profile Cpu Cooler @ Rbmods

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Finding a low profile cpu cooler that performs well can be a hard task, we all want our HTPC or servers to run as silent as possible. Today we are looking at the Noctua NH-L9i low profile cpu cooler. Noctua… Go To Full Article

JetBlue dreams of an airport with Google Glass, forgets to include lost luggage

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Google has been asking prospective Glass owners how they would use the eyewear if they had the chance. The team at JetBlue did more than write a hashtagged post and call it a day: the airline posted mockups of its… Go To Full Article

The ever-expanding smartphone screen: how supersized became everyday

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It used to be that any smartphone screen beyond three inches was considered big -- and it was, for an audience still weaning itself off of flip phones and PDAs. Flash-forward several years, however, and we're to the point where… Go To Full Article

Logitech cuts 5 percent of core staff as part of its shift to mobile

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Logitech made clear in January that it was jettisoning weight in a bid to stem losses and focus on more successful technologies like mobile peripherals. Sadly, we're learning today that this also includes cutting jobs. The company is shedding 140… Go To Full Article

Steelseries Flux Luxury Headset Review @ XSReviews.co.uk

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Steelseries produce a lot of gaming peripherals. That’s been their focus for a long time. But these days it’s not all about the giant gaming cans with the big boom mic. It’s about mobile phone gaming on the move –… Go To Full Article

Intel Core i5-3570K vs. i7-3770K Ivy Bridge @ techPowerUp

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Intel's latest Ivy Bridge processors promise extra high performance in every sector (gaming, encoding, etc.). Today we will compare the performance of the most popular models: the Core i5-3570K and the Core i7-3770K, at stock and overclocked. Go To Full Article

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