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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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The Apple Samsung Duel Continues For Three More Rounds

ROUND 1 SAMSUNG LOSES BID FOR NEW TRIAL BASED ON JUROR MISCONDUCT Federal Judge Lucy Koh, the U.S. District Court judge presiding over the court case that saw Apple win (at least temporarily) a $1.375 billion verdict over software patents for mobile devices, has denied Samsung’s request for a new trial based on “misconduct” by the jury foreman. Samsung said …

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Google Nexus 7 Tablet Review (16GB Wi-Fi Only)

After Google’s foray into the consumer hardware space in 2008 with the G1, Android products have improved drastically. In 2012, it made sense to join the tablet scene, and in July, Google introduced the Nexus 7. This followed with the announcement of the 32 GB Nexus 7 in November and, with  a price decrease for the 16 GB model to …

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Cisco Believed To Be Seeking Linksys Buyer

Cisco Systems, Inc. (CSCO), the world’s largest computer networking equipment maker, has hired Barclays Plc to find a buyer for its Linksys division, according to a Bloomberg.com article.  Linksys makes routers and networking equipment for home wireless access, whereas Cisco’s primary business is enterprise and business-related networking equipment. Cisco would like to sell Linksys as part of a strategy to …

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First Weekend iPhone 5 Sales Top 2 Million in China

With over two million iPhone 5 ‘s sold in China over its first weekend, it looks like everything seemed to go off without a hitch. According to Tim Cook, Apple ‘s CEO,€œCustomer response to iPhone 5 in China has been incredible, setting a new record with the best first weekend sales ever in China. € In Comparison to the iPhone …

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VIA Labs Inc Releases Two New USB 3.0 Host Controllers

Taiwan-based VIA Labs, Inc. has announced availability of two new USB 3.0 host controllers — The four-port VIA VL805 and the two-port VIA VL806.  These new USB 3.0 host controllers in PCI Express form factor allow utilization of multiple Super Speed USB devices simultaneously for transfer rates up to 5 Gbps.  The VL805 and VL806 both retain backwards compatibility with …

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NVELO Acquired By Samsung Electronics

NVELO, Inc., pioneer of the innovative Dataplex caching software for HDDs and SSDs, has been acquired by Samsung Electronics. Previously privately held NVELO, based in Santa Clara, California, has become an industry leader with its flagship Dataplex caching software. All technology and personnel of NVELO are included in this acquisition. Samsung will now be able to include storage software expertise to …

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