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ASUS Maximus VI Formula Completes ROG LGA1150 Lineup

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ASUS launched its socket LGA1150 motherboard lineup with three products in its coveted Republic of Gamers (ROG) lineup, the flagship Maximus VI Extreme, the micro-ATX Maximus VI Gene, and the mid-range Maximus VI Hero. A little earlier today, the mini-ITX… Go To Full Article

Acer boss bashes Windows RT, again

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In recent weeks Acer chairman J.T. Wang has transformed into an outspoken critic of Microsoft’s OS strategy and now he’s at it again. This time he has Windows RT in his crosshairs, and it wouldn’t be the first time we've… Go To Full Article

Crucial Introduces New Ballistix Sport Design for Gamers and Enthusiasts

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Crucial, a leading global brand of memory and storage upgrades, today announced the immediate availability of the Crucial Ballistix Sport XT memory, which offers a new aggressively-styled, taller heat spreader design that improves thermal performance. Designed for gamers and enthusiasts… Go To Full Article

ASUS Unveils ROG Maximus VI Impact Mini-ITX Motherboard

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ASUS announced its first Republic of Gamers (ROG) motherboard in the mini-ITX form-factor, the Maximus VI Impact, which could go on to become choice number one for SFF gaming PC builders. Arguably the most feature-rich mini-ITX motherboard ever made, the… Go To Full Article

Obama to target patent trolls

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US President Barack Obama might not be the strapping young Muslim socialist he used to be, but he still seems to have a few tricks up his sleeve. According to the Wall Street Journal, he is planning… Go To Full Article

Beer fridge collapses Aussie mobile network

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One of Australia's largest mobile networks was caught by the billabongs in a freak rogue beer fridge accident. The fridge in north-east Victoria was hunted down by a software "robot" employed by Telstra to identify things that… Go To Full Article

China lifts the lid on new supercomputer

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Details are emerging about a Chinese supercomputer that is headed to becoming the world's fastest. The Chinese Tianhe-2 is being developed in the National Supercomputer Center in Guangzhou as the successor to the Tianhe-1A. … Go To Full Article

Intel: Now your PC is a zombie

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Tom Kilroy, an executive VP of Intel said that netbooks ushered in tablets, which is an interesting re-invention of history. Kilroy, speaking in a vast auditorium here at Computex Taipei, was pushing hard the concept of two-in-one machines. Go To Full Article

Windows 8.1 and Haswell can't save the PC

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Analysts are looking hopefully at Windows 8.1 and the release of the Intel's Haswell chip in the belief that this can stimulate the flagging PC market. Initially there had been hope that the tide against the IT… Go To Full Article

ASRock Shows Off Z87-Extreme11/ac Build with 22 SSDs

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ASRock Z87-Extreme11/ac motherboard can connect to no less than 22 drives over its six SATA 6 Gb/s, and sixteen SAS3 ports, so why not show it off? It's just that ASRock chose 22 Plextor M5 Pro SSDs, which make for… Go To Full Article

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