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HotHardware's "Dads and Grads" Gaming Rig Give-Away!

It's that time again folks! To commemorate Father's Day and to congratulate all of you that are graduating this season, in conjunction with our friends at AMD, Thermaltake, and Kingston, we have assembled yet another <HOT> rig to give away! We're announcing a new give-away in which you could win a full AMD Phenom II X4 980 Black Edition...

 
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Spanish Police Arrest "Leaders" of Anonymous

The Spanish National Police announced today that they've captured three individuals connected to the online hacktivist group Anonymous. According to the policía, the three are linked to attacks on multiple Spanish banks, one Italian energy company, Visa, MasterCard, and the governments of Egypt, Algeria, Libya, Iran, Chile, Columbia,...

 
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Sprint & Motorola Team Up To Offer A Portfolio Of Android-Based Devices

In addition to the Android-Powered Photon 4G we showed you earlier, Sprint, along with its prepaid brands Boost Mobile and Virgin Mobile USA, are teaming up with Motorola to launch more than 10 new Motorola devices in 2011. The Motorola TRIUMPH will be the first Virgin Mobile USA device from Motorola. This smartphone features a 1GHz processor,...

 
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Nintendo President Puzzled By Stock Slide

The stock slump that followed Nintendo's Wii U announcement shows no signs of abating; the company's share price is down more than ten percent as of this writing. Nintendo president Satoru Iwata has expressed surprise over the reaction. "Honestly speaking, the reaction to (Tuesday's) presentation and what I heard from people I met and the...

 
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Sanyo Launches Higher Capacity Eneloop Batteries for Power Hungry Devices

If you follow the rechargeable battery scene at all, then you're undoubtedly familiar with Sanyo's Eneloop brand, the go-to option for batteries that come fully charged from the get-go and don't lose their juice nearly as fast as your average rechargeable. But if there's a downside to Eneloop batteries, it's that they don't compete with higher...

 
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AT&T Rolls Out Free Wi-Fi to Several New York City Parks

New York City has grand aspirations of being the nation's leading digital city, and it's a getting a big boost from AT&T towards that goal. Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and AT&T Chairman and CEO Randall Stephenson today announced a five-year initiative that will have AT&T providing free Wi-Fi service at 26 locations spread across...

 
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HP’s TouchPad Tablet Is Coming July 1

The Wi-Fi version of HP’s TouchPad tablet will be available in the United States on July 1. This tablet will also be available in the United Kingdom, Ireland, France and Germany a few days later and in Canada in mid-July. Availability in other countries will follow. The TouchPad will be available with 16GB or 32GB of internal storage...

 
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Microsoft May Develop Its Own Windows 8 Tablet

Microsoft's tablet strategy (or complete lack thereof) has drawn significant criticism, but the rumor mill suggests the manufacturer may take unprecedented steps to establish itself as a player in this space. DigiTimes, quoting unspecified industry sources, claims Microsoft may build and market its own tablet. MS is allegedly cooperating with...

 
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Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Review: Android 3.1 Tablet

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 is the first consumer tablet to ship that’s thinner than Apple’s iPad 2. Samsung put in a lot of effort to make a tablet that was slimmer than their primary competitors’ , in the process nixing the original Tab 10.1 (which has since been renamed the Tab 10.1v) and forging ahead with a new plan....

 
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Evernote Peek Turns the iPad 2's Smart Cover Into Flash Cards

Evernote, whose slogan is "Remember Everything," has come up with a brilliant app that leverages Apple's smart cover behavior to create a new take on flash cards. You remember flash cards, don't you? Apple's smart covers (and some third party covers) have that clever feature whereby the iPad 2 turns off when the smart cover fully covers the...

 
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Visa Nails Down Two More Mobile Payment Deals

What's needed to really get people hooked on contactless payments? Lots and lots of industry support. Google Wallet has set the bar for what's possible with NFC in the smartphone, and now Visa is making a play to expand their own reach for when the time comes to take advantage. The company recently acquired South African firm Fundamo, with...

 
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Google Maps Now Updating Live Bus Results In Select Cities

Need to know exactly where your bus is? Who doesn't, right? Google, in typical fashion, has just made one of life's chores even easier. Starting now, Google Maps for mobile and desktop is capable is telling you when your bus is actually going to arrive, courtesy of live transit updates. The company has partnered with transit agencies to integrate...

 
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Samsung Series 5 Chromebook Gets Torn Down: N570 Within

Ever wondered what was deep, deep within a Chrome OS-based machine? Google's Cr-48 has been cracked open before, but what about the newest duo? Acer and Samsung announced their respective Chromebooks at Google I/O this year, and a few of the earlier ones have started to ship out. The Series 5 3G Chromebook has fallen into the hands of the...

 
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AMD Invests In ViVu Videoconferencing Solutions

Desktop videoconferencing may not be the most exiting thing in the computing universe, but there's no question that it's a booming business, and AMD's interested in getting a piece of that pie. The company just announced an investment in ViVu, as part of the AMD Fusion Fund program. That's set up to make strategic investments in companies...

 
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Hardware Roundup

Video: Diamond VStream Review @ OCC Sapphire Radeon HD 6770 fleX 1GB Graphics Card Review @ eTeknix.com Motherboards and Chipsets: Asus P8P67 EVO @ LanOC Reviews ASUS Sabertooth P67 Sandy Bridge Motherboard Review @ Hardware Canucks Jetway NF81-T56N-LF mITX Motherboard Review @ APH Networks Memory and Storage: ioSafe Rugged USB 3.0 Portable...

 
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Motorola's Android-Powered Photon 4G Announced For Sprint

Motorola hasn't had a smartphone on Sprint's network in a really, really long time. The last time the two companies collaborated in a major way was in 2005...with the launch of the RAZR! This week, the relationship is back on, and the Moto Photon 4G is the result of a lot of work together. It's the first 4G/WiMAX worldphone to ship in the...

 
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Virgin Mobile Reveals 4.1" Triumph Prepaid Froyo Smartphone

Traditionally, prepaid carriers and MVNOs have had fairly lackluster phone options, particularly when it comes to smartphones. Basically, it's difficult to find a legitimately high-end smartphone on a prepaid carrier. The reason is pretty simple: high-end phones are expensive, and since prepaid phones are sold off contract, it's difficult...

 
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