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G.SKILL Announces Ripjaws 4 DDR4 Memory Kits In Preparation For Haswell-E
Researchers Prove That Wirelessly Hacking Traffic Lights Is A Frighteningly Real Threat
Northern Illinois University Demonstrates Supreme Stupidity, Bans Social Media, Political Content and Wikipedia
Say It Ain't So! Kari, Grant And Tory Leaving MythBusters Show
Research And ACT Score Data Shows States With Faster Internet Service Have A Smarter Population
Apple iPhone 6 Design Tweak Causes Screen Shortage, Supply Chain Heartburn
Comcast ‘Xfinity On Campus’ Service Lets College Students Stream TV On Demand Anywhere
Ecosystem Explosion: New Report Finds Nearly 20,000 Distinct Android Devices
No Monkey Business, Monkey Selfie Defies The Laws Of Copyright
Apple Rolls Out OS X Yosemite Public Beta 2, iTunes 12 Beta, Available Now
Android, Windows and iOS Vulnerability Allows 92 Percent Hack Success Rate For Popular Apps Like Gmail
Acer Launches Chromebox CXI Google Chrome-Powered Mini Desktop
Microsoft Planning Windows 9 Launch For September 30
50% Off Canon PIXMA Printers; Plus low prices on Samsung HDTVs, Lenovo Gaming Laptops, Sol Headphones and More
UPS Hit With Latest Data Breach, Impacting 51 Stores and 105,000 Transactions
Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport Review
Walmart To Slash iPhone 5C to 97 Cents, iPhone 5S to $79 To Make Room For iPhone 6 Inventory
Sprint Keeps It Simple With $60 Unlimited Wireless Plan For New And Existing Customers
Opera Wins Deal With Microsoft To Become Default Mini Browser On Feature And Asha Handsets
AT&T Will Bring Gigabit Internet To Cupertino, Home Of Apple

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G.SKILL Announces Ripjaws 4 DDR4 Memory Kits In Preparation For Haswell-E

G.SKILL Announces Ripjaws 4 DDR4 Memory Kits In Preparation For Haswell-E

With the launch of Intel's Haswell-E processors and X99 chipset right around the corner, everyone aside from Intel itself has been previewing products that complement the platform. Most notably, this involves motherboard and memory manufacturers, with some choosing to remain mum in advance of the launch, with others happy to talk about what's...

Researchers Prove That Wirelessly Hacking Traffic Lights Is A Frighteningly Real Threat

Researchers Prove That Wirelessly Hacking Traffic Lights Is A Frighteningly Real Threat

Word to the wise -- be careful crossing through intersections, even when you have a green light. We don't want to overstate the threat, but apparently you really can hack into a traffic signal and change the light, just as you've seen in countless Hollywood films featuring the token computer hacker. This was proven by a team of researchers...

Northern Illinois University Demonstrates Supreme Stupidity, Bans Social Media, Political Content and Wikipedia

Northern Illinois University Demonstrates Supreme Stupidity, Bans Social Media, Political Content and Wikipedia

College is supposed to be a place of higher learning and where attendees are given their freedom to decide what they want to do. However, Northern Illinois University is restricting some of that freedom when it enacted an Acceptable Use Policy that bans torrents and denies students access to social media sites and content deemed “unethical”...

Say It Ain't So! Kari, Grant And Tory Leaving MythBusters Show

Say It Ain't So! Kari, Grant And Tory Leaving MythBusters Show

Discovery's popular MythBusters show starring Adam Savage and Jamie Hyneman are going in a new direction next season, and where the show is headed, there isn't room for co-stars Kari Byron, Tory Belleci, and Grant Imahara. News of the their departure came when Savage and Hyneman bid their farewell to the trio in a tribute video posted to Discovery's...

Research And ACT Score Data Shows States With Faster Internet Service Have A Smarter Population

Research And ACT Score Data Shows States With Faster Internet Service Have A Smarter Population

Apparently, people are using the Internet for more than streaming Netflix and looking at cat videos. Research by Highspeed Internet.com suggests that the states that have the highest ACT scores are also the ones that have the fastest Internet connections. Obviously, upgrading your Internet connection (or living in a state with fast connections)...

Apple iPhone 6 Design Tweak Causes Screen Shortage, Supply Chain Heartburn

Apple iPhone 6 Design Tweak Causes Screen Shortage, Supply Chain Heartburn

Apple and its investors fully expect the upcoming iPhone 6 launch will be the biggest in the iPhone's history, and while there's a good chance of that happening, nothing is ever easy about these launches. Each iPhone release has been marred by one problem or another, and this time around, it's problems at the assembly plant that Apple has...

Comcast ‘Xfinity On Campus’ Service Lets College Students Stream TV On Demand Anywhere

Comcast ‘Xfinity On Campus’ Service Lets College Students Stream TV On Demand Anywhere

Comcast is trying out a little something new this back-to-school season. At select colleges, Comcast will offer its "Xfinity On Campus" service that lets college students watch live TV and On Demand content on their Internet enabled devices, including laptops, tablets, and smartphones while on campus. Students don't have to pay any extra for...

Ecosystem Explosion: New Report Finds Nearly 20,000 Distinct Android Devices

Ecosystem Explosion: New Report Finds Nearly 20,000 Distinct Android Devices

It took a few years, but Google has finally come to grips with a real issue: fragmentation. At Google I/O this year, it took steps to unify tablet and phone apps, as well as unify design language for devs moving forward. It has also integrated Google Play Services into the Android framework, which enables it to push smaller, incremental updates...

No Monkey Business, Monkey Selfie Defies The Laws Of Copyright

No Monkey Business, Monkey Selfie Defies The Laws Of Copyright

The US Copyright Office has just issued a draft of a massive update to its practices guide, and some of its updated information couldn't be more timely. By now, you've probably heard of the battle that ensued between a photographer and Wikimedia over a photo that a female macaque took herself. The photographer believed he was within his rights...

Apple Rolls Out OS X Yosemite Public Beta 2, iTunes 12 Beta, Available Now

Apple Rolls Out OS X Yosemite Public Beta 2, iTunes 12 Beta, Available Now

Three days short of a full month ago, Apple released its first-ever public OS X beta for its upcoming Yosemite (10.10) release. Today, the company has followed-up with a new build, which closely matches the Developer Beta 6 release that came out earlier this week. While Apple highly recommends that everyone using Beta 1 update, it hasn't provided...

Android, Windows and iOS Vulnerability Allows 92 Percent Hack Success Rate For Popular Apps Like Gmail

Android, Windows and iOS Vulnerability Allows 92 Percent Hack Success Rate For Popular Apps Like Gmail

A weakness has been identified that could exist in Android, Windows, and iOS devices that can be used to obtain personal information. Discovered by a team of researchers, the vulnerability revolves around multiple applications running on a shared infrastructure that can be exploited. According to their research, they were able to test a method,...

Acer Launches Chromebox CXI Google Chrome-Powered Mini Desktop

Acer Launches Chromebox CXI Google Chrome-Powered Mini Desktop

They might not be the most powerful PCs out there, but Google's Chromebook and Chromebox series has one thing locked-down: Value. That's something proven in spades with Acer's new Chromebox CXI, a compact desktop PC that starts at a mere $180. You might think that a sub-$200 PC would have to look like a sub-$200 PC, but I'd argue that the...

Microsoft Planning Windows 9 Launch For September 30

Microsoft Planning Windows 9 Launch For September 30

September is shaping up to be one heck of a busy month. The kids will be back in school (if not already, depending on where you live), Apple will launch its iPhone 6, and if the latest rumor turns out to be true, Microsoft on September 30th will introduce the world to Windows 9, otherwise known as Threshold, during a press event. This is a...

50% Off Canon PIXMA Printers; Plus low prices on Samsung HDTVs, Lenovo Gaming Laptops, Sol Headphones and More

50% Off Canon PIXMA Printers; Plus low prices on Samsung HDTVs, Lenovo Gaming Laptops, Sol Headphones and More

Welcome back for another installment of HOT deals, courtesy of our friends at LogicBuy. On the menu for you all today, we have deals on a Canon PIXMA MX472 Wireless All-In-One printer, the Lenovo Y40 14" Core i7-based gaming laptop with an SSD and discrete AMD graphics, an ASUS PB278Q 27" Professional monitor, and a whole lot more. Full details...

UPS Hit With Latest Data Breach, Impacting 51 Stores and 105,000 Transactions

UPS Hit With Latest Data Breach, Impacting 51 Stores and 105,000 Transactions

At some point, you have to wonder if any database that can be hacked will be hacked. With so much of the world's precious information stored on drives in the forms of 1s and 0s, what's to stop ill-willed individuals from doing to every other company what they did last year to Target, for example? Clearly, not much, as UPS has fallen victim...

Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport Review

Samsung Galaxy S5 Sport Review

A few months ago, Samsung released its most-recent flagship phone, the Galaxy S5. In our hands-on review of the Galaxy S5, we were so impressed with the phone that we gave it our Editor’s Choice award. The Galaxy S5 was designed with an active lifestyle in mind as is evidenced by various features including the built-in heart rate monitor...

Walmart To Slash iPhone 5C to 97 Cents, iPhone 5S to $79 To Make Room For iPhone 6 Inventory

Walmart To Slash iPhone 5C to 97 Cents, iPhone 5S to $79 To Make Room For iPhone 6 Inventory

If you're looking to score the best deal on an iPhone, typically the best time to pounce is right before Apple launches a new model. When that time of year comes around, retailers inevitably slash prices on current generation models to make room for the new handsets, as Walmart is about to do with its stockpile of iPhone 5C and iPhone 5S handsets....

Sprint Keeps It Simple With $60 Unlimited Wireless Plan For New And Existing Customers

Sprint Keeps It Simple With $60 Unlimited Wireless Plan For New And Existing Customers

Sprint chief Marcelo Claure promised to roll up his sleeves and come out swinging this week with "very disruptive" pricing plans that would shock and awe the wireless industry, and we now know what those are. Following the introduction of newly priced shared family plans earlier this week, Sprint today announced the Sprint $60 Unlimited Plan...

Opera Wins Deal With Microsoft To Become Default Mini Browser On Feature And Asha Handsets

Opera Wins Deal With Microsoft To Become Default Mini Browser On Feature And Asha Handsets

Opera Software, the Norwegian software developer behind the Opera browser, scored an interesting deal with Microsoft to have its Opera Mini browser for mobile devices serve as the default web surfing vehicle on Microsoft's existing feature phones and Asha handsets, the company announced today. The licensing agreement applies to mobile phones...

AT&T Will Bring Gigabit Internet To Cupertino, Home Of Apple

AT&T Will Bring Gigabit Internet To Cupertino, Home Of Apple

AT&T this week confirmed plans to expand its GigaPower all-fiber network to Cupertino, California. The speedy service will offer consumers and small businesses symmetrical upload and download broadband speeds of up to 1 gigabit per second, along with the option to subscribe to AT&T's U-verse TV service, which supports watching and...

NVIDIA Buffs Out Half Life 2 And Portal Visuals For Tegra K1 On SHIELD Tablet

NVIDIA Buffs Out Half Life 2 And Portal Visuals For Tegra K1 On SHIELD Tablet

A pair of classic game titles developed by Valve have now been ported over to NVIDIA's recently launched Tegra K1-powered SHIELD tablet. The classic games include Portal and Half-Life 2, though these aren't straight (or lazy) ports -- both feature a wide variety of high-end and exclusive visual effects built to showcase the 192-core Tegra...

Uber Enables In-App Cab Hailing Within Popular Apps Like Starbucks, OpenTable, Trip Advisor

Uber Enables In-App Cab Hailing Within Popular Apps Like Starbucks, OpenTable, Trip Advisor

Since the company's founding in 2009, Uber's ultimate goal has been to make it as easy as possible for anyone to get from point A to point B in as little time as possible. As it is today, the service is generally considered to be very efficient, but the company's not happy enough with that - it wants to make things even more efficient. That's...

Intel and Unity Join Forces To Enable Gaming Goodness For Android On X86

Intel and Unity Join Forces To Enable Gaming Goodness For Android On X86

For the past few years, as Intel has struggled to gain market share for its Android-x86 project, it's been hampered by software compatibility issues and associated performance degradation. Now, some of that burden is being lifted off the company's products -- the popular and widespread Unity 3D engine has announced that upcoming versions will...

40% Off XPS 8700; Plus New Low Price on 20" Multi-Touch Monitor, Inspiron Slim Desktop, Yamaha Bluetooth Soundbar, and More

40% Off XPS 8700; Plus New Low Price on 20" Multi-Touch Monitor, Inspiron Slim Desktop, Yamaha Bluetooth Soundbar, and More

Welcome back for another installment of HOT deals, direct from our friends at LogicBuy. On the menu for you today, we have great deals on a Dell XPS 8700 Core i7-based system with 16GB of RAM and discrete NVIDIA graphics, a Dell E2014T 20" 1600x900 Multi-Touch monitor, Microsoft Office365 Home Premium, and much, much more. Full details, including...

Samsung Gives B&N Some Nookie, Intros Galaxy Tab 4 Nook

Samsung Gives B&N Some Nookie, Intros Galaxy Tab 4 Nook

Back in June Barnes and Noble announced that its next Nook e-reader would be developed by Samsung. Today, the bookseller unveiled the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 Nook tablet for $179. The new Nook features a 7” LCD display with 1280x800 resolution, has 8GB of memory that is upgradeable to 32GB with a microSD card, will last up to 10 hours,...

Smartphone Kill Switch Law A Safe Haven For Consumers Or ‘Tyranny’ When The Government Can Brick Your Phone?

Smartphone Kill Switch Law A Safe Haven For Consumers Or ‘Tyranny’ When The Government Can Brick Your Phone?

We're often told that having a kill switch in our mobile devices - mostly our smartphones - is a good thing. At a basic level, that's hard to disagree with. If every mobile device had a built-in kill switch, theft would go down. Who'd waste their time over a device that probably won't work for very long? Here's where the problem lays: It's...

AMD GPU Shipments Surge 11 Percent In Q2, While NVIDIA GPUs Slump

AMD GPU Shipments Surge 11 Percent In Q2, While NVIDIA GPUs Slump

It looks like AMD has a reason to smile while NVIDIA doesn't. Industry research and consulting firm Jon Peddie Research has released a report which states that AMD’s GPU shipments rose around 11 percent in Q2 2014 on a quarter-to-quarter basis while NVIDIA’s GPU shipments saw a slump of about 8.3 percent and Intel saw a 4 percent...

HTC One M8 Now Available In Windows Phone Flavor from Verizon; AT&T Version On The Way

HTC One M8 Now Available In Windows Phone Flavor from Verizon; AT&T Version On The Way

If you’re a loyal Windows Phone user who’s been ogling the Android version of the HTC One M8, your time has come. HTC released the smartphone with Windows Phone 8.1 through Verizon and AT&T is readying a model for its customers.  The HTC One M8 has a sleek metal unibody and solid performance, which snagged it an Editor’s...

Study Finds Reader Comprehension Much Lower On Kindles versus Paper Books

Study Finds Reader Comprehension Much Lower On Kindles versus Paper Books

If you’ve been watching with unease as the world slowly shifts from print books to ebooks, a recent study on the subject will give you some extra ammunition. Researchers at Stavanger University in Norway carried out a study that seemed to suggest people have better reading comprehension when they read paper books than they do when they...

Net Neutered: Netflix Sucks Up To Time Warner Cable For Faster Streaming Service

Net Neutered: Netflix Sucks Up To Time Warner Cable For Faster Streaming Service

As much as Netflix is loath to pay Internet Service Providers (ISPs) for uninterrupted access into homes of each provider's customers, the streaming service continues to ink peering deals so that its own subscribers can enjoy high quality videos and less buffering. One of the newest deals involves a reported agreement with Time Warner Cable...

Apple Shares Break $100 Mark After 7-for-1 Split On iPhone 6 Launch Optimism

Apple Shares Break $100 Mark After 7-for-1 Split On iPhone 6 Launch Optimism

Behind closed doors, Apple is expecting its iPhone 6 launch to not only break records, but to shatter them. Shareholders are evidently in the same boat, and as we inch closer to the iPhone 6 debut -- Apple is expected to announce the device during a scheduled press event on September 9, 2014 -- the Cuptertino company's stock price is seeing...

Twitter Alters Policy To Honor Image Takedown Requests Of Deceased Family Members

Twitter Alters Policy To Honor Image Takedown Requests Of Deceased Family Members

Just hours after photos and videos showing what appears to be the horrifically disturbing beheading of James Foley spread across Twitter, the microblogging service posted a policy update that now allows family members to request the removal of images of the deceased. At the same time, Twitter left itself an opening by saying it may not be...

Lenovo Serves Up Three New ThinkCentre PCs for Business

Lenovo Serves Up Three New ThinkCentre PCs for Business

Lenovo updated its ThinkCentre line of business-class desktop PCs this morning, touting the systems’ security and reliability. All three new PCs come standard with Smart USB Protection, which lets companies manage security for the USB ports. Considering the recent reports of a firmware-based attack that exploits USB ports, that’s...

End of an Era: Steve Ballmer Resigns From Microsoft Board Of Directors

End of an Era: Steve Ballmer Resigns From Microsoft Board Of Directors

Former Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer has today sent a public letter to current CEO Satya Nadella to acknowledge his resignation from the company's Board of Directors. With this move, Ballmer's official work with Microsoft comes to an end, but with his wording, it seems that he doesn't intend to disappear, and will be willing to chime in with...

Google Reportedly Mulling the Idea of Kid-friendly YouTube and Gmail Accounts

Google Reportedly Mulling the Idea of Kid-friendly YouTube and Gmail Accounts

Because Google adheres to COPPA, the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, the company hasn't ever allowed persons under the age of 13 to sign up for any of its services. Nothing could ever stop a youngin from fibbing about their age, of course, but legally, Google's been on safe ground. Rumor now has it, though, that the company is working...

Great Deals On Dell All-in-One Touch PCs, HP Pavilion Monitors, Vizio Smart HDTVs and More

Great Deals On Dell All-in-One Touch PCs, HP Pavilion Monitors, Vizio Smart HDTVs and More

Welcome back for the latest installment of HOT deals, courtesy of our friends at LogicBuy. On tap for you all today, we have deals on the Dell Inspiron One 2330 23” Core i3-based All-in-one Touch PC, the Lenovo Z50 Core i7-based laptop with discrete NVIDIA graphics, a BenQ XL2420Z 24-Inch LED-backlit gaming monitor, and a whole lot more....

Omote Real-Time Face Tracking CGI Make-Up Technology Is Amazing and Kind Of Freaky

Omote Real-Time Face Tracking CGI Make-Up Technology Is Amazing and Kind Of Freaky

This video is worth the two minutes it takes to watch, particularly if you’re a fan of CGI effects. Producer Nobumichi Asai used Omote to create an array of makeup styles on the face of a living model in real time. Omote uses tracking technology to follow the woman’s face so that the “makeup” can be projected onto her...

Amazon Fire Phone Update Brings Multitasking, Better Battery Life and More

Amazon Fire Phone Update Brings Multitasking, Better Battery Life and More

Amazon’s Fire smartphone is receiving a software update this week, and it’s bringing several new features and improvements that customers are sure to welcome. At the top of that list: improved battery life. The fix is the results of multiple tweaks to Fire OS to improve battery conservation. Another important feature is Quick Switch,...

Google Readying ‘YouTube Music Key’ Ad-Free Streaming Music Subscription Service

Google Readying ‘YouTube Music Key’ Ad-Free Streaming Music Subscription Service

It's long been rumored that Google would offer some kind of streaming music service through its YouTube division, but with the release of Google Play Music All Access, it seemed as though YouTube was destined to remain a video sharing site. Perhaps not. We're now hearing that YouTube will launch a service called YouTube Music Key with ad-free...

Xbox One Update Offers A Big Screen reddit Experience With ReddX App

Xbox One Update Offers A Big Screen reddit Experience With ReddX App

If you are a regular reddit user, and own an Xbox One, then Microsoft is going to make you happy. Major Nelson revealed that the ReddX Xbox One application has launched today and will allow Xbox One users the ability to browse reddit on the big screen. The app can be snapped to one side of the TV screen while gaming or using another app, making...

Symantec Set To Clean Up Norton Security Line Focusing On Subscription Model

Symantec Set To Clean Up Norton Security Line Focusing On Subscription Model

Recent years have seen software publishers increasingly moving from boxed software to a subscription model. Adobe moved its famous Photoshop software and related programs to the subscription-based Creative Cloud in 2012 and hasn’t looked back. Microsoft still offers boxed versions of its Office software, but it has been heavily promoting...

Flappy Bird Developer To Launch Next Addictive Mobile Gaming Title ‘Swing Copters’

Flappy Bird Developer To Launch Next Addictive Mobile Gaming Title ‘Swing Copters’

It's pretty tough to create a hit app in today's feverish ecosystem battles, but it's even tougher to have lightning strike twice. The creator of Flappy Bird, Dong Nguyen, is attempting to ensure that his sophomore entry into the mobile gaming space is just as addicting and popular as the first. After having a surefire hit on his hands, pulling...

Roku Partners With Hisense And TCL To Offer Roku TV Smart TV Product Line

Roku Partners With Hisense And TCL To Offer Roku TV Smart TV Product Line

Up until now, if you wanted to enjoy Roku on your television, you needed to purchased a dedicated set-top box or HDMI dongle. Now you have two more options -- purchase a Hisense or or TLC smart television with built-in Roku support. This is a vision Roku first shared with the public back at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last January,...

RootMetrics Ranks Verizon Top Dog In Mobile Network Quality Report, AT&T Close Second

RootMetrics Ranks Verizon Top Dog In Mobile Network Quality Report, AT&T Close Second

Yes Verizon Wireless, we can hear you now, especially now that you're standing on the shoulders of RootMetrics with a copy of its bi-annual RootScore Report for metro markets in the United States. According to the independent testing conducted by RootMetrics, Verizon's network quality is the best in the country with an overall performance...

SanDisk Ultra II Solid State Drive Family Targets Price Concscious Consumers

SanDisk Ultra II Solid State Drive Family Targets Price Concscious Consumers

SanDisk is one of the biggest players in the flash storage industry, though the vast majority of its solid state drive (SSD) products are intended for commercial (corporate and enterprise) clients. In fact, nearly two-thirds (65 percent) of SanDisk's revenue comes from the commercial sector, versus 35 percent derived from retail customers....

AMD Radeon R7 Series 240GB SSD Review

AMD Radeon R7 Series 240GB SSD Review

AMD is launching a new family of products today, but unless you follow the rumor mill pretty closely, it’s probably not something you’d expect. It’s not a new CPU or APU. And it’s not a new GPU or memory kit either. Well then, “what could it be” you ask? Today, AMD is launching its first line of solid state...

Official Destiny Gameplay Trailer: Venus Is Out Of This World

Official Destiny Gameplay Trailer: Venus Is Out Of This World

Bungie isn't letting up on the Destiny videos or slowing down its momentum. The sci-fi MMO-shooter has been dubbed GameStop’s most pre-ordered game IP to date, which is a good indicator of how highly anticipated the game is. Now Bungie has released another official gameplay trailer for all to marvel at. The new gameplay trailer...

Target And Staple Offering Big Discounts On iPad Mini And iPad Air Tablets

Target And Staple Offering Big Discounts On iPad Mini And iPad Air Tablets

One of the telltale signs that Apple is getting ready to release new products is when retailers start marking down prices for current generation items, especially when they're representative of deep discounts. We're starting to see that happen on some items -- more specifically, both Target and Staples are now offering discounted iPad mini...

iPhone 6 Rumored To Sport A Reversible Lightning USB Cable For Ease of Use

iPhone 6 Rumored To Sport A Reversible Lightning USB Cable For Ease of Use

The number of rumors we've read about in leading up to the launch of Apple's upcoming iPhone 6 can only be summed up as "incredible". You might imagine, then, that with the phone set to launch in about three weeks, the rumormill would start to calm itself down. Not so. As it appears, the iPhone 6 has another trick up its sleeve, coming to...

$299.99 15" Laptop, Price Drop on HP 25" Monitor, 67% Off Home Cinema System

$299.99 15" Laptop, Price Drop on HP 25" Monitor, 67% Off Home Cinema System

Welcome back to the latest installment of HOT deals, direct from our friends at LogicBuy. On tap for you all today, we have deals on a Toshiba Satellite C50-BBT2N11 15.6" Dual-Core laptop, a Dell Inspiron 20 All-in-one PC, a Sharp AQUOS LC-60LE745U 60" 1080p 3D 120Hz LED HDTV, and a whole lot more. Full details with links and pricing are available...