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FCC to bring net neutrality back from the dead with new ‘open Internet’ rules

The Federal Communications Commission said today that it plans to create new "network neutrality' rules that will keep Internet service providers from favoring certain types of traffic.
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SkyDrive is now officially called OneDrive, and it comes with free cloud storage

SkyDrive is now officially no more, and has been renamed to OneDrive after a naming dispute with UK broadcasting and ISP giant Sky forced Microsoft to make a name change. Read on to learn more here.
Computing

This iPad case lets you use it like a laptop and adds a full keyboard in as well

If you love your iPad but wish it had a physical, full QWERTY keyboard, you might want to check out the Pi Dock-It Pro. It also serves as a protective case, and can put your iPad in laptop mode. Read on to learn more here.
Computing

Digital Storm offers systems with new Nvidia Titan Black, 750 Ti, 750 cards

As of today, you can configure a Digital Storm PC with any of Nvidia's newest graphics cards. Read on to learn more about Digital Storm's latest offerings here.
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The Nvidia GeForce GTX 750 Ti is a big deal, and here’s why

Though Nvidia revealed three graphics cards today, the GeForce GTX Titan Black, GeForce GTX 750 Ti and GeForce GTX 750, the 750 Ti stands out to us for a couple of reasons. Read on to learn more here.
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Nvidia reveals new Titan Black, 750Ti, 750 Maxwell graphics cards

Nvidia took the wraps off of its three newest graphics cards, two of which are aimed at the mid-range market, while the other targets power-users. Read on to learn more here.
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With this CoinTerra PCI-Express card, you can mine Bitcoins yourself

Yes, Bitcoin is expensive. However, with this $1,600 PCI-Express card from CoinTerra, you can mine your own Bitcoins. Read on to learn more about the CoinTerra GSX I here.
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Litecoin miners love the AMD Radeon R9 290X so much, they’re sold out

Apparently, the AMD Radeon R9 290X, one of the best video cards on the market today, is pretty hard to find. It's selling quite well, largely due to the fact that its the graphics card of choice for Litecoin miners.
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When will Google stop supporting your Chromebook? This fact sheet has the answer

Chromebooks this, Chrome OS that. It seems like that's all we've been hearing lately. You know what sucks about Chrome OS-powered gear, though? At best, you'll receive support only until early 2018.
Computing

Sharkoon reveals new trio of power supplies, isn’t the name of new Syfy movie

No, Sharkoon isn't the name of a new Syfy movie. They make power supplies. We promise. In fact, they recently revealed a new series of power supplies; three to be exact. Read on to learn more here.
Computing

Don’t shoot for ‘TheMoon’: New malware takes aim at Linksys routers

If you own a Linksys router, you might want to read up on one of the newer threats to hit the net. Hit the jump to learn more about TheMoon, the latest form of dastardly malware.
Mobile

Are Flappy Birds an endangered species? The perils of indie app developers

The Wild West of app stores is changing, and huge corporations are moving in. Can the little guy still find a way to thrive in the complex, crowded market for apps?