DDR4 Roundup
16GB DDR4 Memory Roundup

Blackberry KEYone Black Ed.

Linksys EA9300
Linksys EA9300 Router

Super Mario Run
App Pick - Super Mario Run

Handy Headsets

As we keep on trying to tame the inbox, we've got a few headsets that are worth checking out today.  Take a look below and see if anything trips your trigger.

Corsair Vengeance 2000 Wireless 7.1 Gaming Headset - Techgage -- =-- CM Storm Sonuz Gaming Headset - HardwareLook --=-- Jabra Extreme2 Bluetooth Headset - NikKTech --=-- CM Storm Headset Round-Up - HiTechLegion --=-- SteelSeries Siberia V2 USB Gaming Headset - TweakTown

Samsung Phones to Be Banned in USA

On the heels of the ruling where Apple has managed to steal people's ideas, patent them and then claim they invented it first, they have now filed for an injuction on a few Samsung products to be banned in the USA.  Take a look at the Verge for more details.

  • Galaxy S 4G
  • Galaxy S2 (AT&T)
  • Galaxy S2 (Skyrocket)
  • Galaxy S2 (T-Mobile)
  • Galaxy S2 Epic 4G
  • Galaxy S Showcase
  • Droid Charge
  • Galaxy Prevail

Android App Pick - FarmVille Crop Timer

We have just posted up our 47th App Pick of the Week and this week we help you get in touch with your inner Farmer and try and keep your crops from withering.  We've got a few reasons why FarmVille Crop Timer Free is our Android App Pick this week!


Video Game Releases

ShackNews has posted up the latest video game release list of the week and this week there are a lot of downloadable titles.  This shows the contiual shift from hardcore to casual games.  I'm not sure if this is a great deal or not.  Still, check them out below.


  • Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII (download)
  • Guild Wars 2
  • Mutant Mudds (download - $10; $8 until September 5)
  • Starvoid (download - $10)
  • The Basement Collection (download - $4)
  • They Bleed Pixels (download)



  • Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII
  • Madden NFL 13
  • Rock Band Blitz (XBLA - $15)



  • Damage Inc. Pacific Squadron WWII
  • God of War Saga
  • inFamous Collection
  • Journey Collector's Edition
  • Lights, Camera, Party! (PSN - $30)
  • Madden NFL 13
  • Psychonauts (PS2 Classic)
  • Ratchet & Clank Collection
  • Rock Band Blitz (PSN - $15)
  • Tony Hawk's Pro Skater HD (PSN - $15)


  • Madden NFL 13


  • Madden NFL 13

RAM Bundle

If you're looking for some new memory for your PC, perhaps the Patriot Memory Viper III 2133MHz DDR3 Dual Channel Memory Kit at FutureLooks.  This is a pretty solid and fast kit that should make you happy.  If you need something a little faster, check out the Corsair Dominator Platinum 2666MHz 16GB DDR3 over at HardwareHeaven.

The GeIL EVO VELOCE - Dual Channel 2133MHz 2x8GB Kit is on the bench at XSReviews today and they seem pretty impressed about this much speed in an 8GB stick.

Interview with Arctic

HardwareSercrets sat down recently with Arctic's managing director, Magnus Huber and asks them a few questions in regards to their departure as a cooling company and why they expanded to include products like a "hobby" segment.  We've talked with Arctic at CES and CeBIT and they are certainly an intersting company.

Q: You just released a liquid cooling solution for VGAs. Do you have plans to release a liquid cooling solution for CPUs as well?  If so, what can you tell us about it?
A: So far, we could not see a [significant] advantage of CPU liquid coolers in terms of cooling efficiency.  Therefore, we don't see enough benefits for our customers yet.

Holy Huge Storage Stack

Thermaltake Water 2.0 Performer LCS

Water 2.0 PerformerWe have just taken a look at the Thermaltake Water 2.0 Performer Liquid Cooling System.  This kit is their entry-level unit that offers pretty decent performance for the price and covers all current AMD and Intel sockets.  If you're thinking about getting into liquid cooling, this is not a bad place to start.  Check out our review for all the ups and downs of this kit.

At the end of the day however, it's hard to call the Water 2.0 Performer from Thermaltake a winner.  It's not that this is a loser, but for a few dollars more the extra radiator cooling area of the Pro kit is worth the extra money in my opinion.  The Performer radiator has less than half of the cooling area of the Pro radiator and this equates for the large temperature difference under load.

Facebook updates iPhone App, Android App still terrible

Facebook just recently updated it's iPhone App which they boast is now twice as fast. Their Android App is still pretty terrible though, so terrible in fact that Facebook is encouraging their employees to trade in their iPhones in for Androids so that they get motivated into coming up with something better for the Android platform. BusinessInsider has more information.

Facebook just updated its iPhone app. Great!

That's no consolation to its employees, who are increasingly getting nudged, cajoled, and even ordered to give up their iPhones for Android devices.


Motorola vs. Apple

While everyone was distracted by the Apple vs. Samsung lawsuit, Motorola has been working on getting the iPhone and iPad banned in the USA due to patent infringements that Motorola claims they own. Chances are good this won't happen but you never know. TheStar has all the details.

Apple Inc. is counting on the popularity of its devices and political pressure to thwart efforts by Google Inc.’s Motorola Mobility to block imports of the iPhone and iPad, two of the best-selling electronic devices in the U.S.

The U.S. International Trade Commission in Washington is scheduled to announce today whether iPhones and other Apple devices infringe Motorola Mobility patents and, if so, whether it will stop them from being imported into the U.S. from Asia.

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