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HotHardware's Labor Day Gaming System Giveaway Winner!

To commemorate the Labor Day holiday, HotHardware.com and our friends at NZXT, NVIDIA, EVGA, Asus, Intel, Gigabyte and Patriot teamed up to put together one heck of monster give-away! This time around readers had a chance to win an Intel Core i5-2400S-infused, custom-built gaming rig with 8GB of Patriot DDR3 RAM, a Patriot Pyro SSD,...

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Leaked Slide Claims To Spill Details On Next-Gen Bulldozer Processor

A slide leaked to occasionally-accurate Turkish website Donahim Haber purports to showcase some of the features of AMD's next-generation Bulldozer core, codenamed 'Piledriver.'  This is the same CPU core the company's upcoming 'Trinity' mobile APU will be based on. Other leaked slides have implied that Trinity will be released more quickly...

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Adobe Announces Creative Cloud

Adobe has delivered a number of announcements at its MAX 2011 conference, including partnerships, acquisitions, and new products. Arguably the most compelling of the bunch is the company’s new Creative Cloud, which is essentially hosted versions of many of its most popular content creation software, including Photoshop, InDesign, and...

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Sony Refreshes Vaio S Series Laptops

While you were kicking back watching the New England Patriots thrash the Oakland Raiders on Sunday, Sony spent the weekend welcoming a pair of new laptops to its Vaio S line. New additions include the 15.5-inch Sony Vaio and the 13.3-inch Vaio SA, both of which start at just shy of a grand and sport most of the same hardware. Regardless of...

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How Much Money is Amazon Losing on the Kindle Fire Tablet?

Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet figures to be a hugely successful device. How much of a success is yet to be determined, but there's certainly a lot of buzz surrounding Amazon's entry into the tablet market. That's what happens when you undercut the competition with a $199 slate without neutering the hardware. Sure, it's a 7-inch slate, but it's...

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Rise of the Multi-Core Mesh Munchkins: Adapteva Announces New Epiphany Processor

Many-core processors are apparently the new black for 2011. Intel continues to work on both its single chip cloud computer and Knights Corner, Tilera made headlines earlier this year, and now a new company, Adapteva, has announced its own entry into the field. Epiphany Block Diagram - Source: Adapteva The Epiphany architecture is an array...

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T-Mobile And Walmart Offer Contract-Free 4G Service

If you've been longing for 4G service but aren't sure you want to make a commitment to a one- or two-year plan, then a new offering from Walmart and T-Mobile may be what you're looking for. In a little less than two weeks, you'll be able to sign up for a $30 unlimited web and text monthly 4G prepaid service plan from T-Mobile. This plan will...

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Best Buy Slashes Price Of HTC Flyer Tablet

There's lots of competition in the tablet space these days. With the recent announcement of the $199 Amazon Kindle Fire tablet, it seems that manufacturers and retailers are thinking more and more about lower-priced tablets. Earlier this year, the fire sale on the HP TouchPad had these tablets flying off the shelves. We've also watched prices...

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3D Monitor Shoot-Out: Acer HN274H and ViewSonic V3D245

There's no question about it: 3D technology is HOT right now. Whether you're ready to hop on the bandwagon or just want to keep on top of what's out there, there are two new monitors that should be on your radar, the 27” Acer HN274H and 23.6” ViewSonic V3D245. Both of these 3D monitors feature embedded 3D emitters designed for...

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AT&T Wireless Begins Warning Top Users of Possible Throttling

AT&T said it was going to start a throttling or "network optimization" program on Oct. 1, and it wasn't kidding. The nation's second largest wireless carrier has begun sending out warning messages via SMS to the top 5 percent of data users on its network. The text message alerts those affected that they are among AT&T’s top 5...

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HH Hot Deals of the Day: Samsung Galaxy X2, Eee Pad Transformer, M17x

It’s a new week, and our friends from LogicBuy are at the ready with a fresh batch of HOT deals for you all. On tap for this morning is Samsung’s hot Galaxy II S, the Asus Eee Pad Transformer, a refurbed Linksys router, and the beastly Alienware M17x gaming notebook... Samsung Galaxy S II 1.2GHz dual-core Android Smartphone [w/new...

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LG's Optimus Slider Gets Affordable: $200 Off-Contract On Virgin Mobile

Who says that you need a post-paid contract in order to get a decent smartphone? A few years back, you did, but things have changed dramatically. Now, some smartphones are trickling down to pre-paid carriers, with yesterdays "greatest" on the post-paid side becoming today's "good enough" on the pre-paid side. LG's Optimus Slider is an Android-powered...

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Super Talent's USB 3.0 POD Enclosure Gives Your Lonely 2.5" HDD A Home

Looking for a new hard drive enclosure, perhaps one that understands USB 3.0? You're in lucky. Super Talent has just announced a new USB 3.0 Storage POD that will bring your existing HDD into the world of SuperSpeed with this DIY kit. You simply pop any 2.5" HDD or SSD into the kit, and then take advantage of the USB 3.0 connector if you have...

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IBM And Streetline Look To Make City Parking Smarter

Annoyed with the amount of traffic rolling through your city? Can't get over the awful parking issues? You aren't alone. In a bid to continue making the world a smarter place, IBM has teamed up with Streetline in order to address a huge, still-unsolved city issue: parking. The collaboration is set to help cities of all sizes reduce congestion,...

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Sony Could Stop Paying For 3D Glasses... Will You Pick Up The Tab?

Could the days of free 3D glasses at the cinema be numbered? Perhaps. As with most things trying hard to break into a market, Sony's movie studio had been footing the bill for the 3D glasses that were being distributed before 3D films. Seeing a 3D flick already cost more than a 2D flick, leaving many feeling as if those "free" glasses weren't...

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Hardware Roundup

Video: [Tech ARP] Mobile GPU Comparison Guide Rev. 11.9 PowerColor Radeon HD 6770 PCS+ Vortex II Graphics Card Review @ eTeknix.com Motherboards and Chipsets: A55F-A Review @ t-break Processors: Intel Core I3 2120 vs AMD Phenom II X2 560 Review by Ultimate Hardware Memory and Storage: Kingston Wi-Drive Portable Wireless Storage 16GB Review...

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