Although Advanced Micro Devices pins most of its hopes on hybrid accelerated processing units (APUs) these days, it continues to supply traditional central processing units for performance enthusiasts. In a bid to make its FX-series line a little bit more competitive, the company plans to cut-down their prices in the coming weeks. On the first […]


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Introduction The Intel Pentium G3258 kind of snuck up on us during Computex 2014, without much being spoken about it previously. With most of the focus being on the Devil’s Canyon I7 4790K, seeing a new processor from Intel for under $100 with overclocking in mind was a pleasant surprise. While processors under $100 from […]


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This morning VESA announced that DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync has been ratified as part of the DisplayPort 1.2a video standard. This is a very big deal for gamers as Adaptive-Sync should provide smoother, tear-free images for gaming and judder-free video playback. DisplayPort Adaptive-Sync enables the display to dynamically match a GPU’s rendering rate, on a frame-by-frame basis, […]


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BlackBerry is finally pressing play on its roll out of BBM for iOS and Android, though it won’t be the app free-for-all some may have hoped for. Here’s the good news: After a halt in its initial release, BlackBerry’s messaging platform will land in Google Play, the App Store and select Samsung App Stores in […]


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And then there were two. Apple has for the first time announced a second new iPhone model: the iPhone 5C. As rumored, the device has a colorful new polycarbonate design, which Apple says is made from a single part save the front panel — the whole of which is a multitouch surface — and reinforced […]


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One of the most enticing “what-ifs” of recent years has come true: Microsoft has purchased Nokia’s devices and services unit, bringing the Lumia lineup under the Redmond roof. The move unites Windows Phone 8 with its biggest hardware supporter, giving the company the integrated mobile offering it’s been looking for with Surface and other devices. […]


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  One of the biggest launch this year and one of most secured secret from Samsung just appeared on photos taken from promotional video. Venture Beat editor shared some photos of upcoming Galaxy Gear Smart Watch device and confirmed some of rumors. Device will have high quality 3-inch OLED screen, Bluetooth to synch and connect […]


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NVIDIA has been gradually lowering the base pricing for its desktop GeForce 700 series, but few outside of the hardcore gamer set would say the $399 GTX 770 was affordable. Enter the GeForce GTX 760: the Kepler-based chipset supports all the visual effects of its faster cousins, but at a more palatable $249 target price. […]


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If you were lucky enough to pile into San Francisco’s Metreon Theater during GDC 2013 last month, you saw the world’s first demo of Battlefield 4, projected loud and proud on the big screen. A much less publicized debut was also taking place, albeit behind the scenes: AMD’s new Radeon HD 7990 graphics card, a.k.a. […]


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Another year, another Galaxy S flagship smartphone from Samsung. 2013’s version of the crown jewel, the Galaxy S 4, has just been officially announced at its Unpacked event. Since we know you’re dying to find out what’s new, let’s dive straight into the details. The GS 4 features a 5-inch 1080p (1,920 x 1,080) Super […]


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