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IBM Predicts That In Five Years, Computers Will Smell Our Breath

IBM Predicts That In Five Years, Computers Will Smell Our Breath

Twenty years ago, computers were found in a limited number of households. People still used phone books to find the local businesses they needed and photo albums were the closest thing the world had to Facebook. When you think of how far we’ve come in the past two decades, it’s easy to fantasize about how far we’ll go in the next twenty years. Well, IBM wasn’t quite ambitious enough to

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Valve Exec Confirms Steam Box is In Production and Will Compete With Next Xbox, PlayStation

Valve Exec Confirms Steam Box is In Production and Will Compete With Next Xbox, PlayStation

A year from now, the world’s gaming environment will look totally different than it does today. Three major new consoles are rumored to be released around the Holiday 2013 season. Those consoles are the new Xbox (aka the Xbox 720), the PlayStation 4, and a new entry called the Steam Box that aims to compete head-to-head against its established competition. The origins of the Steam Box Most PC

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Microsoft Surface RT Will Appear at Best Buy and Other Retailers Soon

Microsoft Surface RT Will Appear at Best Buy and Other Retailers Soon

Microsoft handled the launch of its Surface RT entirely in-house. Copies of the flagship Windows RT tablet were available for purchase only through the Microsoft online store and through official Microsoft retail stores that have popped up in malls across North America. But nobody expected Microsoft’s in-house retail focus to last for long. And renowned Windows blogger Paul Thurott recently a

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Tech Website Tears Down IBM’s $250,000 85-pound Vintage Hard Drive from 1989

Tech Website Tears Down IBM’s $250,000 85-pound Vintage Hard Drive from 1989

Storage space doubles in size every two years according to Moore’s law. Moore made the prediction that the number of transistors on an integrated circuit would double every two years way back in 1965. And the amazing thing is that Moore has been right. Every two years, since 1965, the number of transistors has approximately doubled. That means the technology we used ten years ago looks nothin

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Which Computer Monitor Is Best for You: Plasma, LCD, or LED?

Which Computer Monitor Is Best for You: Plasma, LCD, or LED?

If you’re like many computer users, then you’ve been forced to make a big decision about monitors at some point in your life. That decision involves whether you should choose a Plasma, LCD, or LED screen. You make this choice when shopping for an HDTV too, and learning the differences from a Best Buy salesperson isn’t always the best way to proceed. Today, we’re going to explain the

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Should You Buy Dell’s New Ubuntu-based PC?

Should You Buy Dell’s New Ubuntu-based PC?

If you’re shopping for a new laptop, then you’re probably trying to wade through pages upon pages of reviews, pricing information, features, and other data. During your research, you may have come across Dell’s Ubuntu-based XPS 13. Although Dell does make a Windows 8 version of the XPS 13, it’s also released A “Developer Edition” that costs slightly less. The Developer Edition featu

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5 Things We Still Don’t Know About Microsoft Surface Pro

5 Things We Still Don’t Know About Microsoft Surface Pro

Microsoft finally announced its Microsoft Surface Pro last week. But for whatever reason, Microsoft chose not to release some key details about its flagship Windows 8 tablet. So far, we know that the Microsoft Surface Pro will cost $900 for the 64GB version and $1000 for the 128GB version. It will also include an Ivy Bridge i5 CPU and include 4GB of RAM, full HD resolution, Windows 8 Pro, as well

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Microsoft Surface Pro Will Be Released In January 2013 for $899

Microsoft Surface Pro Will Be Released In January 2013 for $899

In October 2012, Microsoft released the Surface RT to a fair degree of fanfare. The Surface RT was the first major hardware project undertaken by Microsoft since the Xbox 360. It was also billed as the company’s flagship Windows RT device. Windows RT looks like Windows 8, but it’s not quite the full version of Microsoft’s new operating system. So the Surface RT isn’t a genuine Windows 8

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The Fastest Graphics Cards You Can Buy for Your PC Today

The Fastest Graphics Cards You Can Buy for Your PC Today

If you’re a PC gamer, then you know how important it is to have the latest and greatest video card technology. With major releases like Assassin’s Creed III, Far Cry 3, and Black Ops 2 pushing your hardware to the limit, you’ll want to spend a few hundred dollars on a good video card that can keep up with the demand. Today, we’re going to highlight some of the best video cards that mone

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3 Things to Like and Dislike About the Microsoft Surface

3 Things to Like and Dislike About the Microsoft Surface

If you’re thinking about buying a Microsoft Surface, then you’re probably poring over reviews trying to determine if it’s the right choice for you. Instead of reading several thousand words of elegant prose about the resolution, performance, and app choices on the Microsoft Surface, we’ve decided to make the decision easier for you. Here are three things we like about the Microsoft Surf

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  • Free Up Disk and Memory Space
  • Speed up your System
  • Fix System Errors And Crashes
  • Improve Internet Access
  • Boost Start-up Speed