Latest News - November 2013
- Holiday Shoppers Should Assume Buying Habits Are Being Tracked
- Are Black Friday Discounts Really a Sham?
- Watch Out for Seagate Drives Allegedly Sold Under the Supertron Name with No Warranty
- Lian Li Wants Feedback From You On The Design Of Their Next PC Case
- ‘Waiting in Line 3D’ Game Pokes Fun At Pathetic Black Friday Shoppers
- ASUS Teams Up With Canonical to Offer Affordable Ubuntu-powered Notebooks
- Consumers Using Tablets Over Smartphones to Purchase Products Online
- Robocular 3D Scanner Aims For User-Friendly Experience
- Raspberry Pi Personal Cloud arkOS Reaches Funding Milestone With Big Support
- iBuypower Chimera 4SE FX Ultimate: AMD Gaming PC
- Samsung Galaxy S5 Coming Early 2014 With 64-Bit Exynos, Flexible Display, Aluminum Chassis
- Asus and Toshiba Plan to Jump on Google's Chromebook Bandwagon with Haswell in Tow
- Microsoft Black Friday Deals Offer Steep Discounts on Surface, Lumia and Xbox Bundles
- Intel Expects Black Friday to Bring Big Demand For 2 in 1 PCs
All News for November 2013
At the end of any given year, it's usually pretty easy to draw up a list of things that the past 12 months will go down in history for. While there are a number of things that could make 2013's list, on the technology side of things, privacy and... Read more...
If you're reading this, it means you survived the madness that is Black Friday, and for that we congratulate you. Not all Black Friday shoppers are jerks, but if you're braving the crowds on the busiest shopping day of the year, you're bound to run... Read more...
You may not have heard of Supertron Electronics before, but over in India, the company's name is much better known. Supertron has a longstanding relationship with Seagate which, for thirteen years, existed as an import partner and sub-distributor... Read more...
Lian Li makes some killer cases, but the company is not above gathering input from users on designs and features. The latest chassis it’s soliciting feedback on is the prototype for the PC-A51, which is in the same line as the PC-A05N. As it... Read more...
The instructions for the game say it all: “Punch yourself in the face to stay awake, but don’t punch too much or you will die.” It’s a game that isn’t especially scintillating, but it’s a simple and funny... Read more...
A couple of weeks ago, we talked about Dell's latest Ubuntu notebook, the XPS 13 "Developer Edition", also dubbed "Sputnik 3". This is the kind of notebook that most Linux fans would love to have; it packs in a fast Intel Core i7 dual-core, a 256GB... Read more...
Over the years, as our mobile phones transformed into full-blown computers, many have become very reliant on them. We can use them to take notes, message friends, play games, browse the Web, take quick photos, and of course, shop - and we're not... Read more...
More and more 3D scanners are emerging to complement the many 3D printers on the market, and Robocular is hoping its 3D scanner will appeal to the masses. The company is raising funds on Kickstarter so it can basically just scale up production; the... Read more...
The Raspberry Pi can be used for all sorts of applications, including sweet mini desktop builds, and it can also be used as a personal cloud server with arkOS. The arkOS project has been crowdsourcing funds, and it has already pushed past its... Read more...
Although owners of the new-ish Samsung Galaxy S4 may still be swooning over the popular smartphone, the successor to Samsung’s flagship phone is already in the works. A new report has emerged... Read more...
Two out of the top 5 best selling laptops on Amazon are Chromebooks (Acer C720 at No. 4 and Samsung XE303C12-A01US at No. 5). Chromebook critics are quick to point out that sales don't necessarily translate into a quality product, but if you look at... Read more...
While Apple is over in Cupertino doing its best Ebenezer Scrooge impression by shunning cash discounts on products in favor of bundled gift cards, Microsoft is doing Black Friday the right way. There are some significant discounts on various... Read more...
Intel, the world's largest semiconductor company, has a vested interest in seeing the hybrid PC model thrive. By "hybrid" we mean 2-in-1 PCs that function as both a full-fledged notebook and a tablet, in theory offering users the best of both worlds... Read more...