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AMD looking to Stacked DRAM for Future APUs
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23 July 2014
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AMD looking to Stacked DRAM for Future APUs

One of the items we have always beat AMD up on is there poor memory performance in their CPUs and APUs. This little issue is what has separated AMD from Intel since the AM2 days. It has always been understood…
Battlefield Hardline Delayed until Ealry 2015 to Improve The Game from Top to Bottom
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Remember all of the jokes about EA putting out games before they were ready? I do and many of them were very funny. Apparently someone at EA might have read them too and while we can picture them having an…
New tracking method found that creates a fingerprint for your system
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In 2012 ago we heard about a new type of internet tracking that involved making every computer identify itself and then following that ID around. At the time we thought the idea was very interesting. What we did not know…
Security Expert claims iOS "Undocumented Services" allow for data collection
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There is a lot of information flying around the internet about security this month. Much of this is due to the looming Black Hat and DEF CON conferences that kick off in August. While many of the articles hitting the…
NVIDIA launches the Shield 8-Inch Tablet
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22 July 2014
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NVIDIA launches the Shield 8-Inch Tablet

In what should not have been a surprise to anyone, NVIDIA launched their own tablet today. This new tablet is part of their mobile gaming initiative and is a smart move considering some of the setbacks NVIDIA has had when…
Italy blocks Mega after getting off of the Special 301 Report Watch List
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You knew it was going to happen, but I am honestly surprised that it has happened this soon after the special 301 report recommendations came out. Italy has decided to issue a nation-wide block of sites that are suspected of…
Developers complain about Valve security and get a reply
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Network and application security are big deals and big business these days. It seems that a day does not pass that you hear about a new breach, exploit, hack or something. This sad state has prompted a few companies to…
Crytek Engineer, Tiago Sousa, leaves for id Software and Doom 4
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The next version of Doom will be picking up some new talent to work on it in the form of Crytek Lead R&D Graphics Engineer, Tiago Sousa. In a tweet made over the weekend Sousa says that he will be…
Quakecon 2014 - The Good Within
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18 July 2014
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Quakecon 2014 - The Good Within

In case you think it's all fun and games at Quakecon... it is. But it's not all about the games. The American Red Cross is on site this year for a blood drive of all things.
More information leaks out about Dishonored 2
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18 July 2014
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More information leaks out about Dishonored 2

If there is one constant in gaming it is the sequel. All a game has to do is sell a little bit and developers will find a way to make a part two. Now, if the game is a big…
Security Flaws in Residential Routers to be shown off at SOHOplessly Broken Competition
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The P0wn2Own competition is getting s sibling. Now we are not talking about the competition sponsored by Google or even Microsoft. We are talking about a knockdown drag out competition to hammer the (lack of) security in residential and SOHO…
Microsoft Closes Xbox Entertainment Studios as Part of 14% Staff Cut
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Microsoft has announced that they will be closing the doors on their Xbox Entertainment Studio. This move is part of the recent job cuts that new CEO Satya Nadella announced. Nadella is slimming things down as part of a mobile…
Destiny Beta to run at less than 1080p on the Xbox One
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It seems that Microsoft is not getting the love from former Halo developer Bungie. Bungie is working on a new game that is aimed at next generation consoles, but instead of partnering up with their old buddies Microsoft they decided…
New Study Shows Movie Piracy Has No Statistically Significant Impact on Revenue
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We have talked about how the MPAA, RIAA and others use fantasy math to come up with the figures about how much Piracy hurts them. Usually they use these fantasy number when asking lawmakers for harsher punishments and also to…
Dropping the Kinect from the Xbox One has Doubled Sales
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This morning some news flitted across my desk that made me thing of an old TV commercial. In this ad an older man in a suit ask the question: “How do we measure success?” His response is: “One client at…
16 July 2014
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Gigabyte Z97MX Gaming 5 Design and Feature Review Featured

They say that competition is good for the soul, and they are right. In just about any area you can think of having a little competition makes you better at what you do. In the computer world this is especially…
16 July 2014
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Z97MX Gaming 5 Features and Design

Z97MX Gaming 5 Features and Design
We take a look at the design and features of the Gigabyte Z97MX Gaming 5. For the full review click the link: http://www.decryptedtech.com/motherboards/gigab...
Dungeons and Dragons Enters the Digital Age with Downloadable Rules for Version 5.0
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As a kid I can remember one of my brothers bringing home a new game. This game was not like anything I had seen at the time, it consisted of three books (there was a fourth, but that came later)…
Analysts in a Frenzy over Possible New iDevices, But What is the Reality?
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Well, with all of the news about Apple’s next round of products we thought we would chime in with our…
Windows Start Menu to be in a Windows 8 Update? The Saga Continues…
Published in Leaks and Rumors
After hearing from Microsoft that the world would not see the true start menu back until the Redmond team decides to push Windows 9 out the door we are hearing a new rumor that a future update for Windows 8.x…
Microsoft to make largest staff cuts since 2009
Published in Leaks and Rumors
In the wake of the Nokia purchase Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella is taking a hard look at the way Microsoft is organized and will be making some rather drastic cuts in staff. This should not come as a big surprise…
If You Do Not Have a Landline, the CDC Says You Are Probably a Drunk and Get Sick A Lot
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If you have ever wondered about the veracity of studies (any kind really) done then we have a great article for you. For many people the thought of someone putting in the time to perform a study means they will…
Will VR hurt real social interaction?
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14 July 2014
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Will VR hurt real social interaction?

Recently a comment from former Valve contractor, Fabian Giesen that VR is “bad news” brought up an interesting point. On the surface the technology has some interesting implications for making gaming, multi-media and even social networking more interactive and engaging.…
Scientists develop superblack material from carbon nanotubes
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If you thought carbon nanotubes were just for making CPUs then you (just like us) were way off. It seems that in addition to their usage in building smaller and faster CPUs they can also be used to make materials…
China Claims the iPhone is a National Security Threat and Windows 8 is Spyware...
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Yesterday we reported that Apple had lost a big to toss out a patent suit aimed at their iPhone and iPad in China. This was quite a blow to the company that has made China its manufacturing home. Normally Apple…