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Kingston Digital Ships World’s Largest-Capacity USB 3.0 Flash Drive At An Astounding 1TB

Kingston Digital is using CES 2013 to announce the DataTraveler HyperX Predator 3.0 USB Flash Drive.  The DataTraveler HyperX Predator 3.0 is the world’s largest-capacity USB 3.o flash drive in its 1TB capacity version.  The 512GB version is available now; with the 1TB version expected to begin shipping later in the 1st quarter.  The DT HyperX 3.0 is now the …

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Hands On With The Oculus Rift VR Headset

I got a chance to stop by the Oculus Rift booth at the Pepcom event and finally check out the device. If you are unaware, the Oculus Rift is a virtual-reality headset that started off as a Kickstarter project. Palmer Luckey, the creator of the device, was on-site and happily shared his thoughts and ideas on where the future of …

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Video Streaming Player Roku Inks New Deals

Looking to generate some buzz before CES opens up to the masses, Roku, a market leader for video streaming players has posted two big announcements on its blog. The big announcement is that Roku now has 700+ channels. In mid December they were only claiming around 300 channels so this is a big step for its steaming player. You can …

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Samsung Announces The Galaxy Grand 5-Inch Smartphone

Keeping up with their Galaxy line, Samsung has unveiled their newest member, the Galaxy Grand. Operating on Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean, the 1.2 GHz dual-core smartphone is targeted towards those power-users who require a large screen and powerful internals at a low cost. The Galaxy Grand has the same design as all of the other Galaxy products, most notably mirroring …

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Is VALVe Gearing Up To Battle Nintendo, Sony And Microsoft’s Next-Gen Gaming Consoles?

Anyone even remotely associated with gaming knows about Steam. VALVe’s software evolved from being a lowly bare-bones digital-rights management (DRM) nuisance to a tremendously successful digital-content distribution system holding well over 80-85% of market share on PC. VALVe recently rolled out Steam’s Big Picture Mode, a new UI designed specifically for TV’s making it easier for users who prefer console environments of …

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The Merry Christmas PC Build For The Budget Gamer

Always in the Christmas Spirit, the staff here at Technology X and The SSD Review got together and threw in a few thoughts about putting together a Christmas PC Build for the Budget Gamer.  Follow along as we walk you through our build, stopping along the way at our favorite e-tailer…just in case…you decide that it’s to good to pass …

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Five Trends to Lookout for at CES 2013

It has been a great year for technology such as tablets, smartphone’s and ultraportables and, just like every year, new technologies (or those that finally become affordable) are showcased. With CES 2013 set to rear its ugly face on January 8th, it only makes sense to look at some of the big trends that are going to be displayed this …

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