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AMD Radeon 390 Leaked

I'll be the first guy to tell you not to believe everything you read and see on the internet, but if these "leaked" specifications and performance numbers are any indication, AMD may be sitting on a card that could really get them back in the game. There is no word on when we could expect more information or an actual release, but if history is to be our guide, we should see these cards surface later this month.

Interesting news, over at the ranking system of SiSoft Sandra new entries have been spotted of what seem to be GPUs that we don't know of. And the specs are pretty appealing. Let's call the two entries the Radeon R9 390 and 390X for now (complete speculation of course). But the 390X entry would be a GPU with 4096 Shader Processors running / 64  Compute Units at 1GHz with 4GB of graphics memory running at 1.25GHz (=

Source: Guru3D

Tt eSPORTS Challenger Prime Review

We have just posted up our review of the Challenger Prime Gaming Keyboard from Tt eSPORTS. This is a membrane keyboard that offers a ton of features for a very good price. While it's not perfect, for $30 you can't go wrong. If you want a new gaming keyboard and are on a budget, make sure you consider the Challenger Prime. Our review has all the details.

This brings me to my first real complaint; and that is that the multimedia keys are unlit! I found myself sitting in the dark trying to remember where each key is. This is not a deal breaker but is a disappointment, although the media keys are nice and function very well.

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Android App Pick #161 - Tower Dwellers

We have just posted up another Android App Pick of the Week and this week we are back in the game with Tower Dwellers. This is a cross between a classic tower defense game that combines some decent RTS components such as support, supply and extra units. It's a great game and worth every penny! Check it out!

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Password Mayhem

Insecam is a company that claims to be about “showing the importance of security settings”, but is this really the case? Lately they have been broadcasting thousands of feeds of peoples own private security cameras on the web for the world to watch. This would be a great wakeup call except there is no sign that they are trying to contact the owners of said cameras. This is why it is important to keep those annoying codes updated, it is not to annoy but to protect.

Insecam, a site which says its mission is "to show the importance of the security settings," is taking itself very literally by broadcasting the live feed of every absentminded/password fatigue victim in the worldon its site -- except, of course, there's no indication that they've actually told any of these people that they're doing this.

Source: CNET

A+ Piece of Pi

One you think of micro computers, there may be a few that come to mind one is getting even more micro - that is the Raspberry Pi. They are adding a new A+ board into the equation which is smaller and offers some more hardware features. One feature too, is that they have swapped the SD card slot with a smaller micro SD slot and have added a 40 pin GPIO header.

The Foundation boasts that its new board features an audio circuit with a dedicated low-noise power supply, while the A+ keeps the 256MB of RAM that its forebear possessed. The A+ is designed to serve as a more modest companion to the powerful B+ board, revealed in the summer. Brits can buy the A+ now for a little over £15 from retailer Farnell, while US shoppers can find it at MCM for $20.

Source: CNET

Tuning App

If you are a musician, you might be interested in the AmpliTube App and the iRig HD-A from IK Multimedia. The AmpliTube app  is a multi-effects app that the amplification and effects chains used by musicians in live and studio environments. The iRig HD-A may be a tad bit more interesting; it is a device to be used with Samsung phones that connects your guitar to your mobile device and is the first device to offer plug and play connectivity to android devices: “with the highest possible sound quality.”

IK is proud to announce a new breakthrough in mobile music creation, the first professional guitar processing app and digital interface available for Android. AmpliTube and iRig HD-A are now available for the latest Samsung devices running Samsung Professional Audio, like the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note Edge and more. Now Samsung users will be able to connect their guitar or bass to their Android™ device and play with the sound of the most sought after amplifiers and effects from their smartphone, anytime and everywhere!

Source: IKMultimedia

Blackberry Juiced?

For quite a while, Blackberry has been on a downhill slope towards that dangerous spot of obscurity and outright disappearance from the market, but things may finally be turning around. They seem to be stabilizing more and more with the leadership of new CEO John Chen. Their supply has stabilized and finances are being managed in a better manner. Maybe Blackberry will be the name it used to be.

"Once we turn this company to profitability again, I will do everything I can to never lose money ever again," Chen told Reuters in an interview this week. "That is definitely something I am very focused on doing."

Source: Reuters

Lollipop LGollipop

One would simply assume that the first phone that the new android OS would be released on would be the Nexus 6, but as it turns out, this is not the case. LG has announced that Lollipop will be brought out for the G3 this week in Poland! There will be some changes to the system with added perks and such. One such change is that you should be able to unlock your phone by being in proximity to it with a pre-registered Bluetooth device.

SEOUL, Nov. 9, 2014 ― LG Electronics (LG) this week will begin rolling out the highly anticipated Android 5.0 Lollipop upgrade for G3 smartphones starting in Poland this week, to be followed by other key markets in the near future. LG, the first global smartphone manufacturer to offer the Lollipop upgrade in 2014, will subsequently announce an upgrade schedule for other LG mobile devices.

Source: LGNewsRoom

No Simple Remake

The trend with Nintendo has not been a good one when it comes to re-releaseing popular games, mostly because of the poor ports or just buying the same game with only a bit of a bump in graphics. Well, the are looking to do something great with the release of The Legend Of Zelda Majora's Mask for the 3DS. Changing the graphics does not seem to be on their agenda, but rather to make the gameplay smoother as to provide a better yet similar experience in playing this classic, yet great title. Nintendo will be releasing soon all the changes that will be taking place for the 3DS version, so stay posted and excited!

During Nintendo's November Direct presentation last week, the company announced that the cult-favorite puzzle mystery entry in the Zelda franchise, Majora's Mask, will come to 3DS spring 2015. Yesterday, Zelda series producer Eiji Aonuma explained that the project is more ambitious than you might expect, and that Nintendo has actually been working on it since it finished developing The Legend of Zelda: Ocarina of Time 3D, back in June 2011.

Source: GameSpot

Food - Now in 3D!

We have seen a lot of innovations in the tech world in the last ten years and one of them has been the 3D printer. This has been capable of printing many items in plastic and metal, but now the revolution is moving closer to the table. Yes there are now machines being used to print up food that you can cook after printing! The machine is called Foodini by Natural Machines.

Users begin by choosing the recipe they want to print, either from the Internet-connected device's onboard touchscreen or from their own PC or mobile device. Foodini then offers instructions for the various ingredients that should be prepared and placed in its reusable capsules. Once that's done, printing can begin, and the assembled result can be available in as little as a few minutes. Then it's ready for cooking.
Source: TechNewsWorld

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