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Hot Deals of the Day: Plextor SSD, Logitech Wireless Desktop, HP LCD and Much More!

We've got a boatload of HOT deals for you all today! Take note of the Plextor M5 256GB solid state drive right at the top of the list--killer performance for well below $1 a gigabyte.  If you haven't made the move to a SSD, there are some great deals to be had out there. We've also got a great deal on Logitech wireless...




Intel Blesses Submerged Cooling For Datacenter Servers

When it comes to computing in general, cooling is hugely important, but in the data center, it’s paramount. Keeping oceans of servers and networking equipment cool is no picnic. Almost every aspect of the data center, from higher-efficiency components to clever flooring to geographical location are geared toward cooling efforts. Intel...




Apple Invites Press to San Fran On Sept. 12; iPhone 5 Imminent

Well, it’s official: Apple has scheduled an event for September 12th in San Francisco, and if the logo for the event is any indication, the iPhone 5 will be the featured attraction. The logo shows a black 12 with a shadow in the shape of a 5. This confirms the rampant rumors that September 12th would be an Apple announcement day, that...




Why Linux Will Never Suffer From Viruses Like Windows

There seems to be a recurring phenomenon in the technology press, where any trojan that affects Linux or Macs becomes front page news. On the other hand, trojans that affect Windows are mostly ignored, perhaps because this is considered to be the normal state of affairs.  There are two common statements made in the discussions of these...




Samsung Galaxy S III Surpasses iPhone 4S Smartphone Sales in U.S. for First Time

Apple beat Samsung to a pulp in court over patent infringement claims and is now owed over a billion dollars in damages, but when it comes to stateside smartphone shipments, Samsung has reason to boast. The company's flagship Galaxy S III device topped the iPhone 4S in smartphone sales in the U.S. in August, which is the first time that's...




Verizon Wireless And Samsung Target Budget-Conscious Business Users With Galaxy Stellar Smartphone

Verizon Wireless and Samsung announced a new budget-friendly smartphone that comes with a good amount of features and respectable specs. The new Samsung Galaxy Stellar will be available starting September 6. This smartphone comes with 4G LTE connectivity as well as dual interfaces to cater to everyone—whether you're a first-time smartphone...




Valve Software Recruiting Hardware Design Engineers

Valve, maker of Steam, has been up to something all year. Back in March, there were rumors that the company was building its own gaming console, but Valve more or less threw water on that. Then in April, there was a Valve job posting looking for electrical engineers who would help produce “new types of input, output, and platform hardware”,...




Verizon Wireless Gets Galaxy Note Competitor: Meet The Intuition By LG

Yesterday, we told you about Samsung's latest addition to the phablet craze, the Galaxy Note II. Not willing to be left in the shadows, LG and Verizon Wireless are now announcing a phablet of their own in the form of the Intuition by LG. This 5-inch tablet/smartphone hybrid will be available online Thursday, September 6 and in stores next...




Linus Torvalds Flips NVIDIA the Bird, Causes Positive Reaction, Optimus Support Coming to Linux

It's said the squeaky wheel gets the grease, but if that doesn't work, you could always try being vulgar. The tactic worked for Linus Torvalds, who not that long ago ripped into NVIDIA for its lack of Linux support. He was answering a student developer's question about NVIDIA driver support for Linux on her notebook during a talk at Finland's...




Antisec Leaks Over A Million iOS Device UDIDs in FBI Laptop Hack

The hacking group known as Antisec (Anti Security Movement), which has ties to LulzSec and Anonymous, claims that its latest data dump contains over a million Apple device identifiers that were stolen from an FBI laptop back in March. According to Antisec, federal agents were using the Unique Identifiers (UDIDs) to track Apple iOS users, and...




What Happens If a Kickstarter Company Fails? Do You Get a Refund?

Kickstarter is the largest crowd funding website in cyberspace, and it's managed to raise millions of dollars for promising projects. One of them is Ouya, the $99 Android game console that originally had a goal of soliciting $950,000 but ended up with nearly $8.6 million in pledges when the dust settled. It's not the only project to blow past...




ZaReason UltraLap 430 is World’s First Linux Ultrabook

Last week saw a boatload of Windows 8 product announcements at IFA in Berlin, which is great if you're looking forward to Microsoft's touch-friendly OS next month. But if you're an open source fan wondering where all the love for Linux is at, well, you just have to know where to look. A good place to start is ZaReason, which is now selling...




Nokia's "Stay Tuned" Video Teaser Hints At An Augmented Windows Phone Reality

This week is going to be one to remember in consumer electronics. Nokia, Amazon and countless other companies use the week following Labor Day in order to launch their flagship products for the year, with availability usually planned for pre-holiday shoppers. It's a huge week for them, and it'll be a huge week for fans of all things tech....




BMW And Thermaltake Create Race-Inspired, Finely Tuned Level 10 M Gaming Mouse

Remember that BMW-inspired gaming tower from a while back? Hopefully you've still got yours, because a new accessory has cropped up to complete the pairing. BMW and Thermaltake have joined forces in order to provide the Level 10 M gaming mouse, which might be the most insane looking mousing device this side of a Razer Naga. It's a lightweight,...




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