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NewerTech NuGreen Energy Efficient Flexible Neck LED Desk Lamp Review

@ 2012/05/31 read/post comments(0)
Working at nights (just like now) is something i do a lot mainly because there's far less ambient noise around (and also less distractions) allowing me to perform noise level tests far more accurately than during the day. However what's… Go To Full Article

Crysis 2 returns to Steam with DLC in tow

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It's baaack. Close to a year after being dropped from Steam, Crysis 2 has returned to Valve's content delivery service. The Maximum Edition of the game is now available for $40, which appears to be the official list price.… Go To Full Article

Press pics of Gigabyte's X11 lightweight laptop reportedly pop up online

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Last week, Gigabyte teased us with the promise of a new bantam laptop, the X11, that would be the "lightest notebook on earth." Today, it appears the good folks at Pocket-lint have taken a bit of the wind out of… Go To Full Article

Noctua developing noise-cancelling PC fan, will demo at Computex

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Try as we might to block it out, we just can't stand the whirring of our PC fan when it starts to act up. There may be an end to our cringing, as Austrian company Noctua is gearing up to… Go To Full Article

Kevin Rose moving within Mountain View, now a partner at Google Ventures

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Have you been wondering what Digg co-founder, Kevin Rose, has been up to since joining the Mountain View team a couple months back? Well, AllThingsD is reporting that Mr. Rose has left his duties as senior product manager of Big… Go To Full Article

Facebook's, Google's futures are embedded in these two images

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"So the titanic showdown between Facebook and Google might not be the News Feed vs. Google+ after all. It might be Facebook Camera vs. Project Glass. It might, in fact, be pictures vs. vision." Sounds esoteric, but bear with author… Go To Full Article

The Raspberry Pi's here, and it's awesome

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It took the world a good while, but today, my Raspberry Pi finally landed on my doormat. Since it only arrived today, I haven't had the time to put it through its paces, but I do have a few first… Go To Full Article

Phanteks PH-TC14PE Orange Heatsink Review

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"On Frostytech's test bench today is Phanteks's PH-TC14PE (orange) heatsink. The Phanteks PH-TC14PE's five, 8mm diameter copper heatpipes fan out from a thick nickel-plated copper base plate into two 115mm tall anodized aluminum cooling towers. The fans that ship with… Go To Full Article

Sean Parker: Apple tried to keep Spotify out of the United States

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Daniel Ek (co-founder of Spotify) and Sean Parker (Director at Spotify) just took the stage here at D10, with Walt Mossberg asking the two about the company's impact in America, negotiations with record labels and -- perhaps surprisingly -- its… Go To Full Article

Second-gen IOIO in the works: embraces the wireless revolution, cuts cost

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Ytai Ben-Tsvi's IOIO board is quite the hit with the Android-hacking DIY crowd. But, that doesn't mean there isn't room for improvement on the $50 dev board. A second-gen version is in the works that adds the ability to connect… Go To Full Article

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