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So, You Bought a Raspberry Pi. Now What?

Since 2012, the Raspberry Pi has been helping creative computer scientists make some really interesting projects. Everything from robots to complete home automation systems are possible with the micro-computer and hundreds of tutorials are available online. If you’ve been wanting to jump on board the Raspberry Pi bandwagon, then there’s never been a better time. […]

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Learning to Code is as Easy as Raspberry Pi [Updated Promo Link]

It’s estimated that by the year 2020 there will be more computer science jobs than computer science students. This is mind-boggling because computer science is one of the highest paying careers in the world. With over a million jobs waiting to be filled, this is an untapped $500 billion opportunity for those that want to […]

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Businesses are Desperately Clinging to XP, Why Won’t It Die?

Earlier this week, Microsoft abandoned support for one its most popular operating systems of all time. In the months leading up to the inevitable end date, XP users were urged to upgrade their computers to a newer OS if they still wanted to receive security updates and technical support. Although millions of people heeded the […]

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XP is Officially Retiring Today, Which OS Will You be Upgrading to?

Well, it’s finally here: the dreaded day XP users have been fearing. Fill out our survey and let us know which OS you’ll be upgrading to.

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R.I.P Windows XP, We Hardly Knew Ye

Unfortunately, this is not a cruel April Fool’s joke. Windows is really ending support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014 and there is nothing you can do about it. The world’s second most popular operating system will soon become extinct and it’s time to move on. Windows XP was released 13 years ago to […]

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Introducing the GeForce GTX TITAN Z: The Ultimate Graphics Card

“If you’re in desperate need of a supercomputer that you need to fit under your desk, we have just the card for you.” This was the statement made by NVIDIA CEO Jen-Hsun Huang when he unveiled the GeForce GTX TITAN Z yesterday at the annual GPU Technology Conference. The TITAN Z is a behemoth of […]

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Newegg’s Ultrabook & Tablet Overstock Blowout Starts Today

If you’ve been thinking about buying a new ultrabook or tablet from Newegg, now is the time. Starting today, over 40 tablets and 25 ultrabooks are on sale at incredible prices while supplies last. As an added bonus, you’ll also be able to save an extra 10% by using promo code MHSALE10. All your favorite […]

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Newegg Hosts Launch of AORUS X7 Gaming Laptop and Divekick Tournament

Newegg will host a special public event at our Los Angeles-based Hybrid Center location on Feb. 27, between 6-9 p.m. PST to unveil the AORUS 17.3” SLI Gaming Laptop X7. Billed as the “thinnest, lightest” high-performance laptop available, the AORUS laptop will be sold exclusively by Newegg from Feb. 27. During the Newegg Hybrid Center event, […]

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Streaming vs. Downloading Music: My Take on the Endless Debate

I love listening to music and there’s never been a better time to be a music fan. With so many ways to obtain music, we can listen to it any way we want, wherever we want. Whether we like to stuff our bookshelves with CDs and vinyl records, fill up our iPods with MP3s and […]

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Can Android Save Windows Mobile?

Nokia will be unveiling its first smartphone featuring the Android operating system later this month at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona. This is a giant leap forward for the struggling cell phone manufacturer that was recently purchased by Microsoft. This is also an important milestone for Microsoft who is rumored to soon be allowing […]

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