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Like the Energizer bunny, the Logitech G602 is the gaming mouse that keeps going and going

Logitech announced the G602 wireless gaming mouse, set to begin selling next month for $80. It's claimed to last over 1,400 hours on a pair of AA batteries, or 250 hours on the full-steam gaming mode.
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Acer Aspire Z3-605 Review

Acer Aspire Z3-605 review.
Computing

Windows 8.1 is officially ready – now, we wait

Though Windows 8 launched just 10 months ago, Windows 8.1 is almost here. Microsoft announced today that the update is ready and rolling out to OEMs, but users will have to wait until mid-October when it's released to the public.
Computing

30 percent of Americans don’t have broadband access at home

Perhaps difficult to imagine for anyone addicted to checking email or social networks, there's still a surprising number of Americans that are going without broadband access within their home.
Computing

Feedly Pro now available with sweet, sweet search feature

Though we miss Google Reader, we have to accept the fact that it's not coming back. Thankfully, Feedly seems like a good alternative, and the Pro version, made available today, comes with a handy search feature that many RSS readers are…
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Google puts the kibosh on apps that enable local file streaming to Chromecast

Google released a firmware update for its Chromecast that effectively blocks third-party apps, like AllCast, that are capable of streaming local content from a phone to an HDTV. Will Google stay strict with this rule, or will it open up the…
Cool Tech

This flat, ‘deconstructed’ printer design aims to eliminate paper jams

Designer Mugi Yamamoto has given printers a fresh makeover with the Stack, a device which eliminates all the bulky parts down to one tray that does not need manual paper loads. Librarians everywhere rejoice.
Computing

Was Steve Ballmer’s resignation more sudden than Microsoft claims?

Steve Ballmer's resignation as Microsoft CEO came as a shock to us on Friday. And though Ballmer's internal email and Microsoft's press release led us to believe this was long in the works, Ballmer's departure may not have been as planned…
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Ballmer’s out. Now who’s in, and how are they going to fix Microsoft?

Steve Ballmer, Microsoft's controversial CEO, has announced that he will be stepping down within a year. What does this mean for Microsoft future, and who might replace him at the helm?
Mobile

Living with a Chromebook for a week is like 7 minutes of heaven, then 7 days of hell

I just finished spending a week using the Chromebook Pixel as my main computer. While things started out pleasant enough, they quickly took a turn for the worse. Here are all the things I couldn't do on my Chromebook.
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Asus M51AC-US016S Review

Asus M51AC-US016S review.