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All News for November 2011

Back in 2001, VIA introduced the mini-ITX form factor, and modders everywhere had a nifty little platform upon which to build interesting projects, both for fun and for profit. VIA is commemorating the mini-ITX’s 10th anniversary with an ebook retrospective, which is a free download for all interested. The... Read more...
It appears as though more of us are eschewing Black Friday, with its physical, emotional, and spiritual toll, and looking toward Cyber Monday as the day to snag our savings. According to comScore, Cyber Monday this year was the heaviest day of online spending in U.S. history. Collectively, buyers spent $1.25... Read more...
Lenovo talked a big game about how it was going to leapfrog ahead of Dell in the global PC market to become the world's second largest PC brand, and lo and behold, the company backed up its bravado with a strong third quarter. According to figures... Read more...
Spotify officially has its game face on. The spunky streaming service that seemingly took forever to land on U.S. shores is not only here (that's old news now), but it now has apps! The new Spotify Platform gives third party developers the chance to... Read more...
Google released Google Maps 6.0 for Android. The latest version of Maps now has the ability to help you navigate inside of buildings. With the launch, Google has partnered with some of the largest retailers, airports and transit stations in the U.S. and Japan to provide maps. As Google says, this is just the... Read more...
Super Talent announced a new line of high speed, quad-channel Registered DDR3 RDIMM modules for servers running at 1600MHz. As server admins know, there is often a problem that arises if all memory... Read more...
Looking to piece together a new PC? You'll need some power. NZXT has just issued their HALE82 PSU series, complete with 80+ Bronze Certification operating with high efficiency:  at 20%, 50%, and 100% loads, efficiencies are 82%, 85%, and 82%... Read more...
It might just be the most incredible mouse, or perhaps the most unique mouse, you've ever seen. It's probably from this side of Jupiter, and it's certainly not for gamers. It's for professionals -- pros who could use an insane amount of buttons and... Read more...
Powerline isn't as popular as it once was, but it's still living life as best it can. TRENDnet has just launched a new, smaller adapter that's actually poised to hide out pretty well in your living room. The 200Mbps Powerline AV Adapter with Bonus... Read more...
At the Server Design Summit this week, STEC will demo its latest MLC flash-based SSDs. The company’s flagship ZeusIOPS line now includes a high-endurance model with the ability to deliver up to 30 full capacity read/writes per day for five... Read more...
Acer introduced a new 27-inch 3D monitor that is capable of converting any 2D content to 3D. The new Acer HR274H features a resolution of 1920 x 1080 and uses Acer's chip-based solution for converting 2D content to 3D. The monitor connects to your... Read more...
OCZ announced the Talos 2 Serial Attached SCSI SSD Series. As the follow-up to the Talos Series which was available in a 3.5 inch form factor, the Talos 2 features a 2.5-inch form factor and offers capacities ranging from 100GB to 1TB in MLC, eMLC... Read more...
EVGA announced a pair of new graphics cards with 448 cores, the EVGA GTX 560 Ti FTW and the EVGA GTX 560 Ti Classified. The two cards have identical specs and key features. They both feature 797MHz core clocks, 3900MHz memory clocks, and 1594MHz... Read more...
Apple is spreading some holiday cheer to iDevice fans by offering free shipping on all products ordered online through its Apple store or via the Cupertino company's Apple Store iOS app. There's no minimum amount you have to spend; if it's available... Read more...
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