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Xi3 Piston Console set for release on November 29

Xi3 Corporation sets a November 29, 2013 - Black Friday - release date for its Piston Console. Revealed earlier in 2013, the Piston is a PC built for gaming that sports a unique, modular design.

Twitch nabs $20 million in funding as viewership grows and new hardware looms

Twitch secures $20 million in new funding from a group of investors that includes Grand Theft Auto V publisher, Take-Two Interactive. The company intends to use the money to strengthen its infrastructure and grow its viewership.

‘Batman: Arkham Origins’ adds new difficulty mode, leaves Gotham for ‘Initiation’ DLC

Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment offers up new details on the new 'I Am the Night' difficulty setting in Batman: Arkham Origins as well as the previously announced 'Initiation' DLC.
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Matrix Audio QUBE 2 Review

Matrix Audio QUBE 2 Review.
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Measuring the Internet’s emotions about the ‘Breaking Bad’ finale

We all know that 'Breaking Bad' crushed it last night – but how did we feel about it? Also of note: Samuel L. Jackson totally tweeted spoilers to the show without warning.
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Samsung UN46FH6030 Review

Samsung UN46FH6030 review.

Is Nissan’s GT-R the next supercar slated for a hybrid powertrain transplant?

A hybrid Nissan GT-R? It could very well happen, as Nismo, Nissan's performance and racing division, is now partnering with the Williams F1 team, constructors of the Jaguar C-X75 hybrid hyper car.
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Reference Twitter posts with ease through this citation generator

If you have a long night of referencing tweets for your term paper ahead of you, you can use this nifty tool to help you cut your citation time in half.
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DT Daily: Apple tops brand list, gadgets flights rule may change, McAfee takes on the NSA 2:46

Today on DT Daily: Apple knocks Coke off the top spot on a brand value list, you might be able to read that ebook during takeoff and landing and tech maverick John McAfee says he can throw off NSA snooping for $100.
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Facebook is trying to steal TV networks’ attention from Twitter with new data

Facebook continues its push to become a place for real-time cultural conversation as it attempts to tighten relationships with TV broadcasters.

Stanford snubs silicon with the first working computer built with carbon nanotubes

After years of speculation and experimentation, promising carbon nanotube technology has finally moved out of the lab and into a real, functioning computer, thanks to researchers at Stanford University.

Swashbuckling through the golden age of pirates in ‘Assassin’s Creed: Black Flag’

We go hands-on with Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag and get a sense of the massive world you’ll be able to explore, the enemies you’ll be able to stab, and hints as to Edward Kennway’s life and times.