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Windows Phone 8 To Have 1080p Support By End Of 2013

Microsoft is looking to revitalize its range of mobile offering by the end of this year by offering 1080p support on its Windows Phone 8 OS. Microsoft is looking to match ...

1 year ago

Thermaltake A31 Chassis Review

The Thermaltake Level 10 GTS Snow edition was the very first case I ever reviewed here on eTeknix, and it was absolutely fantastic, since then I’ve seen a number of ...

1 year ago

Intel’s 22nm Atom Competitive To ARM Counterparts

Intel has been investing serious amounts of money into developing its Atom processors for the mobile market for quite some time now. Intel’s ValleyView based Atom ...

1 year ago

New Mini-ITX Motherboard From Giada, Build Your Own NAS

The NAS market at the moment is very much orientated around a cluster of big companies like QNAP, Thecus, Patriot, Buffalo, Synology, and so on. All these companies produce ...

1 year ago

Samsung Display HQ Gets Raided By Police For Alleged Stolen LG Tech

Samsung Display and LG Display have both been at each others throats over the past year or so with allegations of stolen technology and other questionable tactics. Their ...

1 year ago

Hon Hai Electronics’ Sees 19% Profit Decline Due To Weak iPhone Demand

Hon Hai Precision Industry Co. saw a disappointing and unexpected decline for the Apple’s iPhone in the first quarter of 2013. The reports show that there’s a 19% ...

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Counter-Strike Saves 3 Local Kids In Phillipines

While many politicians and ‘experts’ will make a conclusion that violent video games promote violence (Ironically, one following such ‘logic’ ...

1 year ago

Microsoft Accounts To Have Two-Step Authentication (Finally)

Microsoft has been working on series of new security features since the past month and even the possibility of the company adding enhanced account aliases for those who wish ...

1 year ago

AT&T ‘Promises’ To Bring 1 Gbps To Austin after Google’s Official Announcement

Google Fiber’s implementation in Austin was recently announced, but AT&T has decided to follow Google with the 1 Gbps connection PR bandwagon. AT&T has put up ...

1 year ago

White Hat Hacker Exposes Security Exploits In Linksys’ Wi-Fi Routers

Phil Purviance, an information security specialist for AppSec Consulting exposed a vulnerability in Linksys EA2700 Network manager. The network manager has a cross-site ...

1 year ago

Batman: Arkham Origins Coming This Year

Batman: Arkham Origins is coming on October 25th on the PS4, X360, Wii U and PC. The most interesting fact about this story is that it’s being developed by WB Games ...

1 year ago

Humble Bundle and the Weekly Sale

If you’re a gamer, you have probably heard of Humble Bundle. Humble Bundle features great games for sale on their website from time to time. The Humble Bundle was first ...

1 year ago

Google Play: Redesign & Modernization

Though Google tries not to stand in the way of developers creating apps for the public, unlike the Apple App Store preventing and restricting new Apps.  Google needs to do ...

1 year ago

Asus GeForce GTX 650 Ti TOP Graphics Card Winner Announced

Back in March we teamed up with Asus to give one lucky reader the chance to win an Asus GeForce GTX 650 Ti TOP graphics card and we had thousands of entries from all over the ...

1 year ago

New Xbox will ‘Not be backwards Compatible’

  Talk about a blow to the face! It appears that the new Xbox will not be backwards compatible for all those out there who are looking forward to the new graphics, ...

1 year ago

Microsoft’s New ‘Scroogled’ Campaign Attempts To Strike Fear Over Android Users

Microsoft is working very hard not only to match with Google’s existing offerings by planning to implement an 2-step authentication, but also have been directly ...

1 year ago

XFX Radeon HD 7790 Black Edition OC 1GB Graphics Card Review

There’s been a whole heap of 7790′s coming through my door recently and it doesn’t look like the flow is going to stop just yet. Never before have I had so ...

1 year ago

Google Faces Antitrust Allegations In EU Over Android

Google is a huge company, and with that comes huge power and influence in the marketplace. Consequently, it is unsurprising that Google has been the victim of antitrust cases ...

1 year ago

Microsoft’s Next-Gen Xbox Wont Have Backwards Compatibility

Microsoft’s decision to switch to AMD’s chips for their next generation console to replace Xbox 360 may come at a higher price as reports coming in that the new ...

1 year ago

Using Hands-on GPS While Driving In Californa Is Now Illegal

The lawmakers in the state of California have passed a new law which made it illegal for one to check their hands on GPS systems while driving in the hopes it will prevent ...

1 year ago

WhatsApp Responds To Google Buyout Speculation

Just two days ago we brought you the news that Google was reportedly planning to acquire WhatsApp for a fee upwards of $ 1 billion USD. This rumour isn’t exactly the ...

1 year ago

Facebook Tests A Paid Messaging System For Contacting Strangers

Facebook has introduced testing for a new system of messaging. The new system, which covers private messages sent to people who are not your friends, adds a variable fee ...

1 year ago

Antec Kuhler H2O 1220 Liquid CPU Cooler Review

Antec sit alongside Corsair as one of the big-boys in the All-In-One liquid CPU cooling market. They have been around for a long time and were one of the first to mainstream ...

1 year ago

Electronic Arts In The Final Two For The Worst Company In America Title

Every year The Consumerist, a website dedicated to giving consumers rights and helping them fight back against powerful companies, hosts a competition to pick the worst ...

1 year ago

Berkeley Research Found A Way To Replace Passwords With ‘Passthoughts’

Researchers at UC Berkeley have found a way to replace passwords which typically uses a combination of mixed- cases and numbers with passthoughts. In short, you’re ...

1 year ago