Play Atari’s Breakout on Google!

Remember the classic Atari game Breakout? Google is commemorating the game’s 37th anniversary with a fun, little surprise today. Run a Google image search for “Atari Breakout” and instead of turning up a page of game screenshots, you’ll be treated to a playable version of game! Warning: it’s very addictive. Enjoy!

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The ultimate PC gaming accessories

So, you’ve tricked out your PC with a dedicated GPU, installed more RAM and now you’re ready to get your game on. Before you take your team to the championship in the latest sporting title or conquer the undead hordes in a thrilling first-person shooter, you should seriously consider investing in some gaming accessories. Input […]

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May the force be with you this Star Wars Day

Whether you can quote every line of dialogue from George Lucas’ iconic science fiction odyssey or have no idea what a Tauntaun is, there is little doubt that the Star Wars saga is one of the most important franchises in cinema history. Although this Saturday, May 4th is just another day to some people, for […]

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Enter our Mother’s Day Photo Contest!

Still looking for that perfect Mother’s Day gift? Enter our Mother’s Day Photo Contest on Twitter or Instagram and you could win an awesome prize package worth over $2,000 for your mom! Prizes include a Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 Touchscreen Convertible Ultrabook, Canon PowerShot A4000 IS 16 MP Digital Camera, KitchenAid Artisan Mixer, DeLonghi All-in-One […]

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Six gadgets with a retro look

There’s something cool about retro/vintage/classic gadgets, but they’re not exactly practical to use. Below are six products that combine the best of both worlds – retro style that’s compatible with modern technology. 1. NES USB Controller This plug-n-play USB controller looks just like the classic NES controller! It features an eight-way directional pad and four digital […]

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Optimizing your Android smartphone

When it comes to smartphones, Apple’s iPhone tends to get the lion’s share of the attention. However, Google’s Android mobile operating system has attracted a strong following, with dozens of devices utilizing the California-based search giant’s handheld OS. One of the advantages Android has over iOS is the ability to take software configuration to the […]

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Overclocking your PC

When it comes to computing, sometimes you need a little more power. Whether you’re trying to increase the frame rate of the latest video games or push your processor to the limit, overclocking is a great way to wring every last drop out of your existing hardware. Some users are deterred from trying their hand […]

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Introducing the Newegg for Google TV app

Here at Newegg, we think online shopping should be a convenient, easy experience that our customers can enjoy no matter where they are. We’ve already developed mobile apps for every operating platform and now we’re taking it one step one further. We’ re excited to announce that we have just released our Newegg for Google […]

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Spring clean your PC

As winter relinquishes its icy grasp on much of the country, people across the nation are looking forward to the warmer weather of spring. As well as being a great time to enjoy the great outdoors with family and friends, spring is also an ideal opportunity to do some much-needed spring cleaning – both of […]

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Voyager Air: the high-performance media hub for your mobile life

Digital media, including videos, music, and photos, is everywhere. Storing all this media on your PC or Mac is no problem, but what about tablets and smartphones?  Many people have more media than their mobile devices can hold. Corsair designed Voyager Air to be the perfect storage device for this new, mobile world. Voyager Air […]

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