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Android 4.2.2 Jelly Bean update incoming for Verizon's Galaxy Nexus

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Verizon's Galaxy Nexus is largely considered to be the (Big) Redheaded stepchild of the Nexus line, lagging behind its purebred bretheren in the update department. But the delays are getting shorter and, as the carrier's just confirmed, users should begin… Go To Full Article

Digital Storm Unleashes Hailstorm II Gaming PC

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Enthusiasts looking to quench their thirst for a benchmark crushing components and bone chilling liquid cooling need look no further than the Digital Storm Hailstorm II. With space for up to four radiators (ranging from 140mm to 480mm sizes) and… Go To Full Article

Google Drive Realtime API arrives, lets developers make collaborative apps

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Google has been eager to have programmers weave Google Drive sharing and syncing into their apps, but the coveted live collaboration has remained solely in Google's domain. Until today, that is. The company has posted a Google Drive Realtime API… Go To Full Article

Oculus Rift could work on current and next-gen consoles

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Think virtual reality is the exclusive playground of the PC gaming elite? It doesn't have to be. Oculus VR's Nate Mitchell says it's a matter of development support and interest. "Basically, the bar for a great VR experience is roughly… Go To Full Article

Apple releases iOS 6.1.3 to patch lock screen security hole

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A month to the day after Apple issued iOS 6.1.2 in order to patch an Exchange bug, the company has pushed out iOS 6.1.3 today to seal up a security hole that allowed a complex combination of finagling to bypass… Go To Full Article

Wacom Cintiq 13HD graphics display hands-on

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Here's the thing with Wacom's latest Cintiqs: the bigger the display, the more straightforward the buying decision tends to be. The Cintiq 22HD and 24HD dominate at the professional high-end, but, as you get smaller and cheaper, more options come… Go To Full Article

Oculus' Palmer Luckey and Nate Mitchell on the past, present and future of the Rift

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As geeks, we have a tendency to let our imaginations run away with us. Science fiction-fueled dreams conjure up images of flying cars, robots and artificial reality. We judge our gadgets by the arbitrary standards of famous speculative works: hoverboards… Go To Full Article

Virtual Reality now: hands-on with the Oculus Rift final development kit

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On a sunny Southern California afternoon, Oculus VR's founder, Palmer Luckey, its VP of Product, Nate Mitchell, its press agent, a film crew, photographers and a pair of Engadget's editors occupy a conference room in the company's Irvine headquarters. While… Go To Full Article

Digital Storm's Hailstorm II relieves you of gaming PC claustrophobia

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What's the price for glory? Digital Storm's just launched its latest flagship PC gaming platform, the Hailstorm II, letting serious players part with anywhere between $2,700 and $8,000-plus. A sequel to the original Hailstorm PC, the integrator claims its new… Go To Full Article

Cooler Master Storm Scout II Advanced Case Review: Falling Behind the Curve

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Cooler Master has been fairly gung ho on the PR side about their Storm Scout II Advanced. While we missed the opportunity to review its predecessor, the Storm Scout II, we aim to rectify that omission by putting this new… Go To Full Article

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