Assassin's Creed: Origins - Temporary Sound Fix (7.1 Audio issue)

  With the recent release of Assassins' Creed: Origins, many PC players have reported sound issues with the game release. Most notably the sound issue...

ZOTAC ZBOX M and P Series Mini-PC's

ZOTAC International, a Hong Kong based and a global manufacturer of innovation, today announced two groundbreaking releases from the acclaimed ZBOX M series...

Ubisoft: Ghost Recon Wildlands - Sad state

If Ubisoft walked away with 10% of this video….they would become a better developer in their stories, content and overall game design. But Ubisoft is simply...

Intel Performance Tuning Protection Plan

Purchased Intel Performance Tuning Protection Plan for the i7 5930K. Now running at 4.5Ghz with memory at 3K. Running on a Corsair Hydro Series H110i GT ! ...

Lowering game latency with WTFast tunneling

Taking a dive into WTFast  latency tunneling service -- is like your internet on steroids. Internet latency is a gamers worst nightmare. Any network...

Logitech G13 Advanced Gameboard

The G13 Advanced Gameboard is Logitech’s answer to gamers needs. It’s a fantastic light-weight, portable alternative for gamers who don’t want...

Rosewill Thor V2 Computer Case

Rosewill , the company behind quality hardware and affordable cases, debuted the redesigned Thor-V2 case earlier this year and has since become one of the...

Electronic Arts: Battlefield 3

As one of the most anticipated games released by EA (Electronic Arts), Battlefield 3 sets itself apart from its rivals with a great story-line and game play....

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World's third largest botnet shut down by Fireeye

A rather large BotNet that accounted for 18 percent of the world’s spam email has been shut down, security firm Fireeye has claimed. Dubbed Grum, the botnet was controlled from servers in Panama, Russia and Ukraine. However, following a joint …

Google speaks out about Nexus 7 pre-orders

Google has finally addressed Nexus 7 pre-orders, calming customers with the promise of shipments next week. On its support web site, Google assured customers in the UK that 8GB Nexus 7 tablets ordered from the Google Play store will be …

NXP Semiconductors' micro speakers will make your mobile 5x louder

Philips founded outfit NXP Semiconductors has launched micro speakers that will make mobile phone audio five times louder and promises to improve mobile sound quality. Presently, micro speakers embedded within mobile devices and music players are limited to around 0.5 …

Intel announces 240GB 330 series SSD, cuts prices

Intel has introduced a 240GB 330 series solid state disk (SSD) drive and announced it will cut prices for its 330 series and 520 series SSDs. Intel, which in the past five years has been one of the biggest proponents …

Mozilla Firefox 14 released, encrypts Google searches by default

Mozilla has released Firefox 14 for desktop operating systems. Mozilla’s Firefox web browser has received its six-week update with Firefox 14 automatically encrypting Google searches and supporting the Pointer Lock API. Mozilla has also included support for fullscreen mode in …

Russian hacker targets Apple's App store

A Russian hacker has targeted Apple’s App Store, publishing a method for obtaining free in-app purchases from IOS applications. First noted by a Russian blog, the workaround doesn’t require a jailbroken Idevice and supposedly works on all versions of IOS from …

Microsoft details Windows Server 2012 pricing

Microsoft has partially revealed the cost of running Windows Server 2012, retiring its popular Small Business Server edition. Microsoft has spent the last year talking about Windows 8, but compared to the company’s desktop PC operating system, Windows Server is …

Samsung starts playing with 16GB DDR4 modules

Samsung has begun sampling 16GB DDR4 registered DIMMs (RDIMMs) for servers. Samsung, the biggest DRAM vendor, has begun sampling 16GB DDR4 RDIMMs for servers based on a 30nm process node. The firm announced today that it started sampling 8GB and …

Google Nexus 7 teardown - easy replaceable battery?

The folks at iFixIt tears down the Google Nexus 7, Google’s attempt at the tablet market, again, and found its battery is replacable (meaning you don’t have to send it back to China for repairs…HA!) Anyway, the tear down of …