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Crucial Survey: PC Owners Replace Theirs Machines Every 4.5 Years

Written on May 13, 2011 by Adam Eve

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Crucial Technology asked over 1,000 PC owners why would they go for an upgrade, or replace their desktops for something new.

Crucial Technology, a semi-conductor devices manufacturer in Idaho, recently polled over 1,000 PC owners – aged 16 to 70 – from US, UK and France. According to the survey, over half of them believes that their PC should ‘live much longer’. But on the average, the poll shows that PC users ditches their old machine for a new one every four and a half years.

How about you: Would you go for a PC upgrade, or would you just stash your old desktop for something new?

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Honeycomb Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Revealed at CTIA 2011

Written on March 22, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 Honeycomb has the juicy sweetness that gadget fans are looking for in the tablet.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 makes an appearance at the CTIA 2011, and just like what most tech-savvy cultists out there expected: The Samsung tablet is coming with Android 3.0 Honeycomb. Sound the bells, because the first Honeycomb-powered tablet is coming!

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 is going to roll out some fine-tuned interface under that Android Honeycomb. The tablet will have a Live Panel, which provides users with a fully customizable home screen with all the information he/she needs.

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Best Gaming Mouse for the Hardcore Gamers

Written on January 30, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Along with the keyboard, the mouse is the heart of the PC gaming. Find out what makes a good gaming mouse tick and what are the best ones available in the market.

What is the best gaming mouse out there for hardcore gamers such as yourself? Well it’ll all boil down to what you need and prefer as choosing the right gaming mouse often relies on your criteria on several factors that affect the way you play. Why don’t you hit up the break as GADG reveals to you what are the key features that makes a great gaming mouse plus what are the best gaming mice available in the market today.

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NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti Arrives with Great Specs and a $250 Price Tag

Written on January 26, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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NVIDIA has finally introduced a GTX 500 series graphics card that's affordable, yet packs incredible performance the series is well known for.

NVIDIA has just unleashed the heir to the great throne of the stellar success of the GTX 460, but this time under the flag of the GTX 500 series. Introducing the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti, the company’s newest graphic card to enter the $250 range market that promises to blow your mind with its transistor level hardware improvements found in the GTX 500 series. With increased clock speeds, less leakage, and better power efficiency, the GTX 560 Ti packs the power you need with a mid-range price budget.

You may be wondering what the “Ti” stands for. Well if you listened to your chemistry teacher, Ti is Titanium which is a material commonly used for air and spacecrafts. The lightness and strength of the element gives the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti that added performance boost (although this isn’t quite the first time NVIDIA has used it).

Hit the break and check out the specs of the NVIDIA GeForce GTX 560 Ti.

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Coming This Fall: iPhone Partners With T-Mobile

Written on July 27, 2010 by Aiken Lewis

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Apple is soon to end its single-network alliance with AT&T by coming to T-Mobile. This will expand the reach of both parties, and they are working to seal the deal soon.What made T-Mobile top the bid and prove to be the best option among the rest?

Mark your calendars because by the start of fall iPhone will have ended its exclusive partnership with AT&T, its official carrier in the US (well, only for the remaining time). The mobile phone is likely to expand its reach through a team-up with T-Mobile, an esteemed source in the network reveals.

Previous observations pointed out to Verizon, the top performing network in the US, as the most likely candidate to be Apple’s additional mobile network partner. But T-Mobile’s UMTS support feature has shown better promise for iPhone than those of Verizon or even Sprint.

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Intel’s Six-core Core i7 Chip is On it’s Way!

Written on July 20, 2010 by Adam Eve

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There's a new processor coming in town, and more older processors in a lower price. Introducing, Intel's Core i7 970.

Intel introduced a six-core Core i7 desktop processor last Monday. Core i7-970 processor will run at 3.2 GHz and will have 12MB of L3 cache. This is the second six-core desktop chip launched by Intel after the Core i7-980X Extreme Edition.

Intel offers standard Core i7 processors for high-end desktops and Core i7 Extreme Edition for hardcore gamers. The newest six-core chip is an attempt to trickle down chips of the same kind, and fast performance from the Extreme Edition to the main Core i7 line up. It should bring a new level of performance to the group of products. The processor is priced at $885 in units of 1,000. It is made using the 32-nanometer manufacturing process, which boosts system performance.

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