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Kingston Technologies micro-SD card with Mobile Lite G4 Media Reader

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The need to have more storage space on our mobile devices is becoming a necessity. We require more storage space so that we can take longer video’s, hold more of our pictures and are able to store and play our movies and songs on our portable devices; Phones and Tablets. ...

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Kingston HyperX Fury Pro 360x300mm (HX-MPFP-M)

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Kingston has been branching out with a few select high quality products like the The HyperX Cloud II headset we reviewed this last month. During our normal back and forth with Kingston they mentioned they has a new HyperX Fury Pro Mouse Pad and since we are all about gaming we ...

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Sunless Sea

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One of my favourite games of all time is FTL, Faster than Light. It’s a game where you take your spaceship through a bunch of sun systems to escape the Rebels. It’s fun and it has limitless replayability as you most certainly die or even when you finally win, you ...

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Kingston MobileLite Wireless G2

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MobileLite G2 MobilLite G2 Bundle The Kingston MobileLite Wireless G2 is a small media reader that broadcasts a WiFi signal that just about any WiFi enabled device can receive. You can plug-in various storage media and have your files easily accessible to most WiFi capable devices. The MobileLite G2 will ...

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Install Windows 10 Preview From A Flash Drive

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It’s that time again, yet another version of windows to install. You can wait for long boring periods of time and install from an optical drive or you can supercharge the install from a Flash Drive.     What you’ll Need Windows 10 (preview) Windows 10 Technical Preview Direct from Microsoft Rufus “Create ...

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Pivos Xios XS all-in-one Entertainment Center

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Introduction – Pivos XIOS XS Media Player Pivos Technology Group is someone we heard from awhile back with the Xios DS media player. Overall it was a pretty nice setup but as time went on it aged and like most android based devices the upgrades to the newer OS and features began ...

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Halo: Spartan Assault (Win Phone 8, Win8 RT and Win8)

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Halo is one of those games that will be talked about for many years. Not only did it in many ways help make the first Xbox a success, it also was the game that at least for me proved that you can play a first person shooter (FPS) on a ...

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Asus Cube Google TV Review

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Asus Cube is the device that features latest Google TV OS that want to be part of your living room entertainment setup. With a good design, an unique remote, and $139 price tag, can it push Google TV further where others may have failed? Let’s find out. 

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Starcraft II: Heart of The Swarm

Starcraft has been a running for some time now with its most recent Terran based Starcraft II  “Wings of Liberty” title so we all knew it was only a matter of time until there was more to the story, and today we take a look at just that in the ...

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Pivos XIOS DS Media Player Review

Pivos is one of those companies that you might not have ever heard of unless your looking for the specific types of devices they offer. Being a major player in digital media playback and IPTV systems among many more emerging technologies we had heard of them a bit before looking ...

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ASUS AiCloud: A Fresh Face for Networking

ASUS has had some recent success in the networking side of the industry and much like they do in the motherboard market they are now expanding the network devices to do so much more. This comes to us today to showcase the newest addition in the AiCloud feature so let’s ...

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Starcraft II Heart of The Swarm Launch Event 3/11/2013 – Irvine, CA

  Blizzard has a special was of not just launching a new game but making it an experience. After being at the Heart of the Swarm event mere years ago I can say this not only stepped up the game but blew it off the map as the new Starcraft ...

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Star Wars: The Old Republic – Branded Razer Peripherals

Read on to find out if hokey religions and ancient weapons are a match for these Star Wars-branded peripherals by Razer.

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Batman: Arkham City

Batman: Arkham Asylum was a hit in 2009 so in our review we look to see if the sequel, Arkham City, has hit the mark again. Read on to find out.

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Battlefield 3

Six years have passed since Battlefield 2 was released for the PC. Today we take a look at its successor, Battlefield 3, and determine whether it has truly surpassed its predecessor.

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Alice: Madness Returns

Alice: Madness Returns is a very chilly, twisted, and definitely not a child’s game. With over 20+ hours of gameplay, Alice: Madness Returns turned out to be one of the most enjoyable games we’ve played so far.

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Duke Nukem Forever

After 12 years of waiting and anticipation Duke Nukem Forever has finally been released to complete the series that laid down the rules for first person shooters in the past.

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Crysis 2: Game Review

In March, Crytek came out with the highly-anticipated Crysis 2. We’re bringing you a little taste of the action.

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Bulletstorm: Game & 3D Overview

Can you come up with the most creative ways to incite mayhem, cause destruction, and kill your enemies? If so, Bulletstorm will not disappoint you!

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Mafia II

  The sequel to the successful third person action game game Mafia is finally here. The game starts you off with a massive 10 square miles available for you to explore, and different ways of completing your mission.

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Battlefield 1943 (Xbox 360)

Battlefield 1943 is a remake of Battlefield 1942 featuring some of the maps from that game, this time built with the Frostbyte engine for consoles and the PC. We’ve played it to see if it DICE has managed to make this game just as fun as the original.

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