The company wants to change the very fabric of the Web
If it were left to BitTorrent, Inc., it would probably unravel the Web and spin it anew to make it work more like its popular peer-to-peer sharing technology. Don’t you think so? Believe it or not such an effort is already afoot at the company and is called Project Maelstrom.
The tech may be new, but it hasn't helped us very much
Technology certainly has made our lives better in many capacities. Near limitless knowledge and entertainment are at our very fingertips; that said, however, technology has also made our lives worse in a lot of ways.
Usually when someone sees red, it's not a good thing -- it means they're about to say or do something out of frustration that the recipient probably won't like. But that isn't the case here. Today's top deal will have you seeing Red, and it's a GOOD thing! Why? Because it's for FOUR Western Digital Red NAS 3TB Hard Drives for $400 with free shipping (normally $480). That's 12TB of total storage capacity to replace your NAS device's old drives with, or to fill your barebones NAS box with.
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Ever heard of the ErgoDox? It's a mechanical keyboard kit that's available to purchase every so often, and if you're lucky to get one, your reward is an ergonomic plank with mechanical key switches. Well, after you assemble it, that is. And by assemble, we mean there's a fair bit of soldering involved, not just plugging in pieces like Legos. If that doesn't sound like your cup of tea, meet ErgoDox EZ, a pre-assembled ErgoDox that's damn near close to meeting its funding goal on Indiegogo.
Want to add some functional bling to your big size computer case? Thermaltake today formally announced the Commander FT, purportedly the world's largest 5.5-inch touch screen fan controller. The Commander FT was first shown off at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas a few months ago, and now it gets an official launch alongside the company's Riing LED Radiator Fan Series.
The search wars are an ongoing thing with plenty of advertising dollars at stake, and if you snooze, well, you lose out on the loot. To keep up with the competition -- namely, Google, the search engine that's also a verb -- Microsoft paid special attention to Bing's image search functionality and added some new features, including an online shopping feature that's currently in beta.
Looking for a high end small form factor (SFF) system that uses the latest parts? If so, you may be interested in what Maingear has to offer. Maingear unveiled what it claims is the world's first lineup of high-performance compact mini ITX gaming rigs built around Intel's X99 chipset and Core i7 Extreme Edition processors, which include the Torq, Potenza, and Drift systems.
Prefer the Red Team over the Green Team? We’ve got your back
There was a time when a dozen different companies were selling video cards and vying for your hard-earned cash. But, at least when it comes to gaming, the field has narrowed to just two: Nvidia and AMD. If you’re just doing spreadsheets, surfing the web, and playing the occasional Flash game, you’ll be fine with integrated graphics. But if you spend a lot of time shooting, racing, and flying, a dedicated graphics card is the way to go.
Asus this week unveiled its TUF Sabertooth X99 motherboard. According to Asus, it's the world's first consumer desktop mobo to support all NVM Express storage devices, including the latest mini-SAS HD (SF-8639) 2.5-inch solid state drives, PCI Express, and M.2 PCI Express drives. The timing of the this board's release comes just days after Intel announced its 750 Series SSDs, which are available in both half-height half-length (HHHL) and 2.5-inch NVMe form factors.
After numerous delays, Grand Theft Auto V is finally set to release on Windows-based PCs on April 14, 2015, otherwise known as next Tuesday. It's been a long, excruciating wait -- GTA V first shipped to PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 consoles on September 17...2013! -- and in hopes of renewing interest in PC gamers who have moved on from being excited about the title, Rockstar Games has added a bunch of goodies, one of which is the ability to run the game at 4K, provided your PC can handle it. Here's a look at the hardware you'll need to run GTA V at a 4K resolution.