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Chillin' Out With The HH Community Sweepstakes!

It's that time again folks! In conjunction with our friends at OCZ, Intel, WD, Gigabyte, and Xigmatek, we have assembled another <HOT> rig to give away this month! We're announcing a new sweepstakes where you could win a full Intel Core i7-870-based system, complete with a Radeon HD 6870 graphics card, some super-fast DDR3 RAM, an OCZ...

 
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Android Tablet Market Share Surged In Q4; iPad Under Attack

According to market analysis firm Strategy Analytics, the number of Android-powered tablets sold in Q4 surged dramatically. In Q3 2010, Android devices held just 2.3 percent of the market compared to the iPad's approximate 95 percent. In Q4, Android's market share increased tenfold; Google's OS accounted for 22 percent of global tablet shipments...

 
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LG Optimus 3D Coming February 14

LG plans to reveal "the world's first 3D smartphone" at Mobile World Congress on February 14. The new LG Optimus 3D will feature a glasses-free 3D display. It will also have a dual-lens camera that can record 3D video. This smartphone is expected to come with many of the features you'd expect from a high-end smartphone, including a dual-core...

 
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AMD Introduces New Professional Graphics Solutions

AMD announced the AMD FirePro 2270 and ATI FirePro V5800 DVI professional graphics cards. The FirePro 2270 features a fan-less, energy efficient design that consumes less than 10 watts of power on average. This card also offers support for DisplayPort, DVI and VGA connectivity. The ATI FirePro V5800 DVI can drive two high-resolution dual link...

 
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Update Your Facebook Status for Free While Flying the Friendly Skies

Remember the Twilight Zone episode, Nightmare at 20,000 Feet? If only Facebook, digital cameras, and the Internet as we know it today had been around in the 1960s, William Shatner, who played the part of a nervous salesman on his first airplane flight since having a nervous breakdown, could have posted proof that there was a gremlin on the...

 
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Origin Announces Lifetime Warranty in Wake of Sandy Bridge Chipset SNAFU

Intel's 'little' screw-up with its 6-Series chipsets for the recently launched Sandy Bridge platform will cost the company an estimated $700 million to fix and repair affected boards and systems, with some saying the cost is likely to be closer to $1 billion. But the SNAFU has also left OEM system builders between a rock and a hard place....

 
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ViewSonic gTablet Tegra 2 Tablet Review

A few manufacturers have forged on and released 10-inch Android tablets regardless of Google's hamstringing of it, by limiting Android Marketplace functionality on any device larger than 7 inches.  It's a hard line to walk without Google's blessing until Honeycomb is released but ViewSonic has stepped out with their 10-inch gTablet and...

 
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Hardware Roundup

Video: MSI N560GTX-Ti GeForce Video Card @ Benchmark Reviews AMD Radeon HD 6950 1GB @ Techgage Motherboards and Chipsets: Gigabyte GA-X58-USB3 Review @ OCC ASUS P8P67 EVO Motherboard Review @ OCIA.net Sapphire Pure Black X58 @ PureOverclock ECS P67H2-A Black Extreme Motherboard Review with Core i5 2500K ew @ OCWorkbench Memory and Storage:...

 
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IDT Introduces Single-Layer Multi-Touch Controller

Where would be without Multi-Touch? It's hard to imagine, given that the vast majority of today's smartphones utilize some form of multi-touch, and many new all-in-one PCs, monitors and tablets do as well. Multi-touch has effectively revolutionized how we interact with displays, and Integrated Device Technology (IDT) has just created a major...

 
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First Crop of MeeGo Tablets Expected by June

MeeGo tablets could reportedly be on the market as soon as the second-quarter of 2011. Intel is said to be shipping reference tablets to developers and the target date for final hardware is June. Note that Taiwan's giant electronics trade show, Computex, is May 31-June 4. Putting it all together, an educated guess would have this first crop...

 
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Samsung Adds Lovefilm Movie Streaming To Blu-ray Players

Lovefilm sure is getting a lot of play these days. Basically, that's the UK version of Netflix, and just like Netflix is growing over in the States, Lovefilm is getting lots of traffic overseas. Companies are starting to take notice of that growth, and just as Netflix support slowly seeped into set-top boxes, game consoles and Blu-ray players...

 
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Sony Makes Bloggie Touch Software Compatible With Mac

The pocket camcorder segment has definitely calmed down somewhat. Flip Video had a good thing going, and now Sony, Samsung and numerous others have joined in. Sony's most recent addition is the Bloggie Touch, and while the specifications set is quite impressive, one thing has bee a chink in its armor for OS X lovers: no Mac support. That's...

 
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T-Mobile Getting Dell's Streak 7 Tablet For $199 On Contract

And the Streak gets larger. Dell's original Streak was just 5" in size, which was quite small for a "tablet." But then again, it was one of only a few tablets that could double as a smartphone. Most 7" tablets have their cellular capabilities disabled, but that size has proven to be pretty popular. Just look at the Galaxy Tab, for example....

 
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Teen Creates DIY Death Ray

Eric Jacqmain's version of Archimedes' Death Ray is, based on the video below, a hot item. While obviously overhyped when described as having the power of 5,000 suns, it definitely has enough power to melt or burn everything he tried it on. Eric Jacqmain, 19, took 5,800 tiny mirrors, put them onto a 5'9” dish at a cost of only about...

 
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NewerTech's New Adapter Turns eSATA Into USB 3.0

With USB 3.0 becoming the port of choice for many new notebooks and desktops, many accessory companies are now looking to provide peripherals that convert other formats to USB 3.0. It's a fight for compatibility, and NewerTech is now introducing a new adapter that makes any eSATA hard drives compatible with USB 3.0. The idea is simple: if...

 
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