Revamped BlackBerry World includes music, movies, and next-day TV shows for BlackBerry 10
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 28 January 2013 14:46

From The Verge:

RIM said last week that it renamed its app store to BlackBerry World (from BlackBerry App World) as it intended to add music and video offerings to the service for BlackBerry 10. The Waterloo-based company has now given us details on what sort of selection the store will offer...

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The technical details behind Intel's 7 watt Ivy Bridge CPUs
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 15 January 2013 18:26

Intel explains how the new CPUs can use 7 watts of power, sort of.

If you were reading our CES coverage last week, you'll know that among other things Intel introduced a handful of new, lower-power Y-series Ivy Bridge CPUs designed to fit into thinner and lighter Ultrabooks and tablets. The slides in Intel's keynote called these "7 watt" Ivy Bridge CPUs, and the company compared them directly to the 17 watt U-series chips in wide use today.

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NVIDIA Takes on Portable Gaming with Project SHIELD
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 07 January 2013 17:15

From DailyTech:

NVIDIA offers up a portable Android gaming device with PC streaming capabilities

As if Tegra 4 wasn't enough for CES 2013, NVIDIA is also dropping another bombshell on show attendees: Project SHIELD. Project SHIELD is NVIDIA's entry into the handheld gaming sector.

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Samsung 840 Pro SSD review
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 13 December 2012 15:58

From Guru3D:

Now before you go, huh what ? TLC (tender love 'n care) I do have to explain the introduction title. Samsung very recently released the new 840 series SSDs. The new 840 uses TLC NAND flash (TLC is short for triple level cell) cells whereas the PRO models (as tested today) still use the popular MLC NAND. TLC is short for triple level cell, but it’s simpler to state that each TLC NAND cell is able to hold three bits of data while MLC was only able to record two bits. A TLC NAND flash chip will hold 50% more data than an MLC NAND flash chip with the same number of cells. The increase in density however makes that NAND type a bit slower. In fact as such the 840 Pro series uses MLC NAND, and the more affordable basic 840 SSDs use TLC. With TLC NAND reportedly beings a good chunk slower and having less write cycles, really you might want to be on the lookout for the PRO models, as we'll test today.

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Ghostbusters Guide
Written by Booman   
Saturday, 08 December 2012 00:00

This Guide has been moved to GamersOnLinux.com

 
Nvidia's GeForce Experience, a tool to automatically optimize PC game settings
Written by Danrok   
Thursday, 06 December 2012 18:21

From The Verge:

In April, Nvidia CEO Jen-Hsun Huang told us that the days of painstakingly tweaking PC game settings to get a decent gaming experience could soon be over. With GeForce Experience, he said, the company would use supercomputers to figure out the optimal settings for each game and each hardware configuration, by tailoring settings to your computer. Today, the tool enters closed beta, supporting around 30 games to start. We got to try it out for ourselves this week, and sat down with some Nvidia software engineers to see how it works.

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GRAW Guide
Written by Booman   
Tuesday, 04 December 2012 00:00

This Guide has been moved to GamersOnLinux.com

 
Far Cry 3 VGA Graphics Benchmark performance test
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 03 December 2012 16:15

From Guru3D:

So then, in this review we'll look at Far Cry 3 VGA Graphics benchmark performance with roughly 14 graphics cards. The new and popular title is looking great from a graphics point of view. But as a result how will it perform on a selection of different graphics cards ? This review will cover all these basics and then more so you know what choice to make either graphics card or in-game settings wise.

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Hearts, minds and balls: Microsoft's Windows 8 Surface gamble
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 03 December 2012 16:10

From TheRegister:

What makes Microsoft think people will buy its Surfaces? It would have to be either for the love of the Microsoft brand or because Redmond has got them by the balls on data and apps.

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Panasonic Toughbook CF-19 (2012) review
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 30 November 2012 17:29

From TrustedReviews:

Key Features: Fully rugged: weatherproof, dustproof, drop-proof; Convertible laptop/tablet with swivel screen ; 10.1in 1024 x 768 IPS touchscreen with Wacom stylus; Core i5, 4-8GB RAM, up to 500GB HDD or SSD; USB 3.0, 3G, ExpressCard, Smartcard, TPM, Fingerprint scanner; Magnesium alloy chassis

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