MaximumTech.Com Launches! Double Your Daily Tech Dosage At Our New Sister Site

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oihorse

and double so if this means MaximumPC being able narrow its focus back to pure PC coverage.

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Dorito Bandit

You should include a link at the new site to the MaximumPC forums! Just a suggestion.

Good luck and I'll be checking the site out, too!

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Logun

I've tried setting up an RSS feed for maximum tech without success :(  Any hints?

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JonPhillips

It works for me, though I do see the feed defaults to the incorrect name of maximum pc. What browser/version are you in? Or are you working in a non-browser RSS reader? I will file a bug ticket. :)

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Logun

hmmm I'm using Google reader to bring everything into one location but maximumtech.com cannot be found (as an rss feed)

 

I can search for just maximumtech and I see a lot of other feeds (Like Jon's twitter feed) but nothing for the site as a whole. I was looking for somethign similar to what maxpc has:

http://www.maximumpc.com/articles/all/feed

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Ghok

I don't really have time to checkout both sites, so I don't mind a little crossover. Some of the tech news that has been on here recently has been interesting.

Anyone else have problems staying logged in since this upgrade? I haven't been able to in Opera for a few days.

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TRYER

Was just thinking too, that now I have to read both sites? Ahhhh too addicting. And don't have a prob with my browser, I use Firefox.

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tony2tonez

I just picked up the last issue you did and can't wait for the next one. I used to check your MaximumTech from the link on MaxmiumPC. But most of the time the contest was similar. So MaxTech was kinda lame. I hope you can keep the content different on both sites. I spend hours usually reading alot of your articles. I hope to see more in depth information on MaxTech from anything geekie outside of pc information. I like MaxPC for content on whats happening and trends. 

Been a mag subscriber for 11yrs. Since i picked a copy in high school in 1999 and been hooked since. 

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JonPhillips

hey, Tony. The content on maximumPC and maximumTech dot-coms will be about 95 unique to each site. Each site will "promote" the other site's content, but not run the same material. The print magazines, however, will have more crossover. I think you'll find that Maximum PC print will be running a few pages of Maximum Tech content in every print issue. Anyhow, thanks for your 11+ years of support! We owe you. :)

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Dartht33bagger

I'm sure there are a lot of people out there that will love this.  For me, I don't care about any of this stuff and will continue to read MaximumPC.

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urdead4g

It's great but now you guys just need to get a site going that puts the articles from both sites into one. Some people love both and flowing through them all in one site would be really neat. It can already be done considering it's from the same organization, same people and everything. Just a thought.

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vistageek

I like having all the content in one place. I don't really wanna try to read two websites. Will logins from max pc transfer at least?

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JonPhillips

Logins have already transferred from one site to the other! And we hear you on the "all on one site" comment. It's in the roadmap, but still a long way's off. For now, it would be great if folks could just visit each site. :)

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don2041

I remember a time when the 486 dx2 was king and a mag. called CD ROM TODAY. I loved this mag because i had no internet, and relied on it for apps I had no other way to obtain I.E. winamp, winzip, rosenthal uninstall and many others. Then one day shortly after intel released the pentium, my beloved mag morphed into Boot mag. Now non of the apps [ or most of them ] would no longer work with my 486. So now I had to build a new rig at great expence just to use all the new apps and games on Boots disk. I hated Boot for this and stopped buying the mag. Then Boot morphed into MAXPC, an awsome mag and the website also, but lately the site seems to be overrun by smart phones and maxipads Please get back to the PC and let Maxtech look at phones and pads

 

 

PS get rid of facebook its crap and does not help my rig go any faster

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reutnes

Awesome!  The post-news indepth reviews and benchmarks are why I come to MPC anyways.  Let those other guys write a seperate article for every word spoken by Steve Jobs and give me some fancy mobos to drool over.

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iceman08

ooooh me likey

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