Android App Pick - Device Info Live Wallpaper

We have just posted up another Android App Pick of the Week and this week we are stretch the "app" thing with a live wallpaper. This is a wallpaper that is so cool we felt it just had to be listed here. Take a look and see your phone's CPU usage, temperature, battery stats and a lot more - all on your desktop and lock screen. It's awesome!


Zalman @ CES 2013

We stopped by Zalman today to check out some of their new products that they are showcasing at CES 2013. Two of Zalman’s new coolers this year have earned the CES Innovations awards and Zalman gave us a look at both of them.

Zalman’s first cooler they were showing is their newest water cooler, the CI Water Cooler. This water cooling setup is rated up to 400 Watts of heat which should be more than enough for any processor out there. The designed of the radiator is very similar to some of Zalmans CNPS9900 coolers which they have become famous for. This cooler is not available yet but they are targeting a late Q1 ship date.




Also being showcased was Zalman’s new fanless cooler which they are calling Cube. This monster cooler features 10 heatpipes and even has room for a 92mm fan if you want to do some overclocking but for most CPU’s you will be able to run this cooler with no fans installed for completely silent operation. Zalman is targeting a late Q1 launch date for this product.


Zalman also was showcasing their lineup of keyboards, mice, monitors, cases, LED lights, portable video projectors, GPU coolers, CPU coolers, and more at this years CES and we look forward to getting our hands on some of these products in the upcoming year.

Razer's Project "Christine" at CES 2014

Razer had a really awesome setup this year for CES 2014! They had tons of products on display, but what really caught our eye was a prototype modular PC that they have been working on. We were definitely impressed with the look and innovative design of project "Christine".. Check it out for yourself here!



Check out more pictures in the gallery here - as well as more of our CES 2014 coverage here.

Alienware 'Alpha' Is a Half-Step Toward Steam Machines

Alienware is one of the companies that have jumped on board and promised Valve a Steam Machine. This has been a really slow process as Valve has tried something new with the controller and it hasn't worked out as good as they'd hoped. They've been back to the drawing board a few times and now with their new little "Alpha" system, they are half-a-step closer. Valve has done pretty much everything wrong with this launch and here's another example. We don't need "half". We need all.

Not long after, at CES 2014, Valve revealed a full line of Steam Machines from 14 different companies. Chief among them was Alienware, Dell's gaming PC arm, which showed a teensy $550 box called the "Alpha." Alienware was a standout not just due to name recognition, but because the company proposed a launch window for its "game console". The Alpha won't ship with any of the promises of the Steam Machines initiative: no Steam OS and no Steam Controller. Valve's delayed both, but Alienware's pushing on nonetheless with a fall launch.

Source: Engadget

WTU Episode #277 - Steve Ballmer Leaves Microsoft for Good

We have just posted up Episode #277 of Weekly Tech Update. In this episode we are discussing Sony and Microsoft users get denied service, Steve Ballmer throws in the towel at Microsoft and early earthquake warning systems still have a long way to go. We have those stories and more and the links below!


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