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Steam Machines And SteamOS On The Way!

Big news in the gaming community: the first Steam Machines are on their way. Three-hundred of the consoles, which will run the open-source, Linux-based SteamOS operating system, ship from the factory to beta testers today. Individual users and OEMs will be able to download SteamOS as soon as the consoles ship. Steam recommends that only skilled Linux users download the operating system since they expect it to be pretty buggy into 2014. It’s still not known when exactly in 2014 Steam Machines will be available to the general public, but Steam plans on dropping more details at CES in Vegas Read More

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AIRTAME: Don’t Buy That Chromecast Or Apple TV Just Yet

Just when you thought you had the whole streaming media thing figured, along comes another crowd-funded startup to shake things up. The team behind the AirTame Wireless HDMI dongle are seeking backers for the development of the device, which allows you to wirelessly stream content from your computer to your TV, in full HD. But, let’s face it: this would just make the AirTame the equivalent of a modern smartphone. Where it goes all sci-fi on us is its ability to share content of any type to any screen. You can stream movies, mirror your desktop, extend your desktop or Read More

Tronsmart Has Created One Lean, Mean Jelly Bean

Lightning fast processing capabilities, PC use and entertainment/media consumption, and extreme portability are all things that you should be looking for in a PC-TV stick. Luckily, Tronsmart has your hookup with the CX-919. While the tech has yet to incorporate KitKat into its OS bag of tricks, it still runs on a very respectable 4.2.2 Jelly Bean, giving Android faithful a powerful QuadCore device for watching movies, listening to music, and accessing various applications from the marketplace. An external antenna makes finding Wi-Fi networks a breeze while the dongle, weighing in at a puny 7.2 ounces, gives you a whole Read More

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Kano: Introducing A Computer That Even A Monkey Can Make

Kano Computer wins big props from us for Kickstarter of the Year. As a father-to-be that had to find his way to a profession after years of working for idiots, jerks, and jugheads, I have always regretted majoring in English and not doing something more useful with my college years. Something that could actually get me employed, in other words! I’m happy now but feel the road could have been a shorter one had I focused on computers. The problem: all of that stuff seemed so boring at the time and the barrier to entry was rather hard to overcome. Read More

Pulse 17 Gaming Laptop Laughs At Your Puny Console

Do you look at casual console gamers as a bunch of sissies that wouldn’t know true gaming power if it leapt out of the screen and smacked them in the face? If so then Maingear’s Pulse 17 gaming laptop may be the hardware for you. The crew responsible for the highly respected Pulse 14 have decided it’s time for an upgrade, and they’re doing it in style with this customizable gem that comes in “good,” “better,” and “best” styles, all of which will blow your mind if you’ve never tried out a gaming laptop before. According to MaximumPC, this lovely Read More

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Google Glass: Is The Company Building A Mystery?

Google Glass may be the subject of a good old-fashioned California mystery. San Francisco’s Treasure Island is the locale for an odd new piece of construction, docked on a rectangular barge, shrouded in black, full of hulking shipping containers.  Reports are that Google is behind the secretive structure and that the company plans to use it to promote or display its new Google Glass. The San Francisco television station KPIX reports that Google is planning to move the building to a permanent location and is using Treasure Island as a haven safe from the need for building permits. The station Read More

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Utilite Mini-PC

CompuLab’s Utilite Mini-PC could be what the anti-Microsoft, anti-Apple crowd — we know you’re out there — has been waiting for. While this baby is small, it has a surprising level of power and boasts support for the fully featured versions of Linux and Android operating systems resulting in rich multimedia qualities and a PC-styled user experience. While the price you see in our description is for the base version of Utilite, you can also get it in a range of configurations with different CPU grades as well as RAM and storage capacities. It’s high performance, energy friendly, a pleasure Read More

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VIZIO Thin and Light CT14-A0 14-Inch Ultrabook

VIZIO Thin and Light CT14-A0 14-inch Ultrabook is for the minimalist, who needs to stay connected with something lightweight and unimposing. Featuring an Intel Core i3-3217U Processor with 1.8 GHz capabilities and 4 GB DDR3 RAM, VIZIO supplies the power and precision that you need in a second computer. The Solid-State Hard Drive features 128GB of room, more than enough for your documents and images, and a gorgeous 14-Inch Screen boasts full 64-bit quality on a Windows 7 Home Premium operating system. It probably isn’t what you want for a main computer, but it’s certainly great travel gear for those Read More

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