Man’s Best Friend is Now a Cyber Criminal’s Worst Enemy

Dogs have been used for law enforcement purposes since the Middle Ages when bloodhounds were trained to hunt for outlaws. England’s King Henry I was so fond of using dogs to keep out intruders that he had an entire system of stables, kennels and mews designed to protect the Royal Palaces. By the time the […]

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Newegg Joins Forces with Google to Combat the Patent Troll Problem, Rallying Other Companies to Do the Same

Over the last ten years, more than 10,000 companies have been sued at least once by a Patent Assertion Entity (PAE) — most commonly known as a “patent troll.” During this timespan, more than 33,000 defendants in 14,000 litigations were forced to spend anywhere between $500,000 to $5 million on legal fees alone. And because […]

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The New Dodge Challenger is Ushering in a New Era of Muscle Car Technology, But is It Overkill?

You probably saw a few classic cars out on the road this past Fourth of July weekend. Everything from restored Model T’s to custom hot rods were cruising the streets, and if you’re an automobile aficionado like myself, you look forward to seeing these vehicles in action every Independence Day. But with so many nice […]

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Ultimate Gaming High: NeweggTV, ASUS, and Friends to Set World Record for Highest Altitude LAN Party

Gamers and LAN party fanatics, get ready to be inspired! On June 23rd, a spirited-group of folks from ASUS Laptops, NeweggTV, Linus Tech Tips, and Tek Syndicate, all teamed up to climb the highest peak in Colorado’s Rocky Mountains for a LAN party like no other. Expert witness Elizabeth Thompson, a PhD student in Atmospheric […]

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Newegg Automotive Update: Michael Essa Upgrades his BMW for the Next Round of Formula DRIFT

After winning the 2013 Formula DRIFT Championship Series, Michael Essa knew it would be difficult to repeat the same result again this year. As the series embarks into the fifth round, it’s clear this year’s competition is fiercer than ever, with more skilled drivers behind the wheels of seemingly faster cars. Everyone knows Essa is […]

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The World’s Smallest Computer Proves That Bigger Isn’t Always Better

More and more people own a smartphone, a tablet, a laptop, a desktop, and possibly a streaming device like a Roku or an Apple TV. While all of these devices are essentially capable of doing the same thing, it’s much more convenient to have separate gadgets for different situations. Nobody wants to lug around a […]

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This Blog Post Was Not Written By a Robot (Yet)

I don’t consider myself a great writer. I don’t even consider myself a good writer. But I do take pride in knowing that I work hard on all my blog posts and that I always do my best to provide you, the reader, with interesting topics and some sort of personal insight. When you read […]

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By Popular Demand, Newegg is Now Accepting Bitcoin

You asked for it and we delivered. Starting today, all of our 25 million registered users can now pay for more than 10.5 million products with bitcoin. Many of our customers are some of the earliest bitcoin adopters and we believe that accepting cryptocurrency adds yet another convenient and secure way to fulfill our shopper’s […]

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Unscrambled Q&A: Should Certain Technology Be Banned?

Last week Google Glass officially launched in the United Kingdom. For the sum of 1,000 pounds ($1,700 USD), any U.K. consumer who is interested in testing out one of the most advanced pieces of technology can do so. Unfortunately, not everyone wants this to happen – namely the movie theater industry. According to The Inquirer, […]

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Newegg Ranked as One of the Top Most Trustworthy Online Retailers, Further Solidifies Our Commitment to Protect Consumer Data and Privacy

Originally created as an informal industry working group to combat increasing levels of spam and deceptive email, the Online Trust Alliance (OTA) has been committed to the betterment of the Internet for nearly a decade. Their mission is straightforward: “To help educate businesses, policy makers, and stakeholders while developing and advancing best practices and tools to […]

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