Nintendo is Skipping E3 (Again)

The Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) is one of the biggest video game trade shows in the industry. Every major company from Activision to Zynga makes the annual trek to this premier event to showcase the latest in video game technology. Tens of thousands of people attend from over 100 countries and the list of attendees […]

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Am I Dumb for not Owning a Smartphone?

It seemed like just yesterday when, in the late 80’s, I rode home from a soccer game with a teammate whose dad had a car-phone – I was in awe. When he stopped to use the ATM, I naturally called my mom (I was a little kid!) to tell her about it. I imagined I […]

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Microsoft is Developing a Gesture-Controlled Keyboard

One of the many perks of using a laptop is having gesture controls on your keyboard. The lack of having a mouse connected to the computer has led to innovations that essentially make it obsolete for laptop users. Simple gestures across the trackpad allow you to perform actions that would typically require a mouse on […]

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Enter the “WD Your Story, Our Storage” Sweepstakes

WD Black Series desktop hard drives are the ultimate solution for anyone that demands the very best. These drives are loaded with features that will maximize performance and allow you to focus on what really matters. Whether you’re gaming, editing video, or simply want a mass storage solution, the Black Series is cutting-edge technology at […]

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A Band of Drones: How Computer Scientists are Making Music with Unmanned Aircraft

Music is the universal language. Two people living on opposite sides of the world could listen to the same song and enjoy it for its same qualities. Since its creation, music has been able to transcend race, ethnicity, and continents. And up until now, it also required human beings to play the instruments — until […]

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Got Used Tech? Trade It For Newegg Gift Cards!

There is no doubt in my mind that we live in one of the greatest eras of all time. Technology has made it possible for us to do a lot of things that were once considered science-fiction. If someone would have told me 20 years ago that I would have a device in my pocket […]

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Project Naptha Makes Image Text Accessible in Chrome

If you’re anything like me, you absentmindedly highlight bodies of text as you read them on the computer. You might be doing it right now. This habit hits a hard wall, though, when it comes to reading text in images. Up until now, interacting with the text in an image has been very limited. In […]

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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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“Graphene” to Replace Silicon for 21st Century Technology?

Imagine a sheet of unbelievably strong, nearly transparent, conductive, flexible, and natural material – all while being almost 2-dimensional… It’s called graphene, and scientists are just now discovering its applications. Graphene is graphite, like in your old No. 2 pencils, but with atoms hexagonally linked together on a plane that’s only as thick as the […]

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Win the Ultimate Gaming Internship with Complexity Gaming

L337 Gaming, XFX, and Newegg are teaming up to offer you the chance of a lifetime: an all-expenses-paid trip to MLG Anaheim to be a member of Team Complexity as an intern! Major League Gaming is returning to the west coast and will be featuring hundreds of the best players from around the world. One […]

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