CNET Hacked - Sold Data for $600

In the latest Hacker strike, Russian hacking group 'WOrm" recently compromised the CNET user database and stole over 1 Million user accounts, email adddresses, usernames and more. Unfortunately, the user information has already been sold. It brough one single Bitcoin - or about $622 curently. That means that while Facebook thinks their users are worth well over $20 each, it takes 16 CNET users to add up to $0.01. Ouch.

It definitely can feel like a slap in the face to an organization to be hacked, but in reality, most of the time in circumstances like this it's actually a good thing," Hansen said. "W0rm was careful not to give the full path to the actual exploit, and informed the general public that the compromise occurred.

Source: CNET

Thermaltake @ CES 2013

We had the opportunity to stop by Thermaltake today and check out their new products for 2013. Thermaltake has a full lineup of keyboards, mice, power supplies, headphones, and more that they were showing off.

We took a look at Thermaltake’s Tt esports keyboards which featured their MEKA keyboards which are mechanical keyboards built with gamers in mind.



Thermaltake also was showing off some of their new headphones also from the Tt esports lineup which feature the CRONOS, DRACCO, and ISURUS headphones. 




Make sure to check out our CES 2013 gallery for more pictures of Thermaltake's new products.


We met up with ROCCAT to take a look at some of their new offerings for this upcoming year here at CES 2014. 

ROCCAT has a new line of headsets, the Kave, which has a couple different versions (an analog version and a digital 5.1 surround version). We didn't get much of a chance to demo these too in-depth but given ROCCAT's track record we are looking forward to getting them onto the BCCHardware test bench for some more testing.

ROCCAT Kave XTD 5.1 Gaming Headset

ROCCAT was also showing off their lineup of keyboards which is highlighted by the Ryos mechanical keyboards. The Ryos keyboards aren't new but they have introduced a new smaller version of the Ryos dubbed the Ryos TKL which is the same keyboard minus the number pad to make it fit into tighter desk configurations where a full keyboard might not work.

ROCCAT Ryos TKL Mechanical Keyboard


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

October Video Game Blitz

If you're a gamer, you'll want to be saving your money. There are a few games coming down the pipe that are definitely worth checking out. Things will kick off with Super Smash Bros. (3DS) and then it just gets even better from there. Games coming down the pipe include Battlefield Hardline, Civilization: Beyond Earth, Assassins's Creed Unity and a lot more.

That's a lot of games. And we're not even counting the indies, digital releases, and other surprises that haven't been announced yet (looking at you, Assassin's Creed Comet). Prepare your wallets-and vacation days-accordingly.

Source: Wikipedia, Kotaku

Android App Pick - Boggle Free

We have just posted up another Android App Pick of the Week and this week we try and stretch our minds without stretching our wallet. Boggle Free is our App of the Week and like the name implies it's free - and it's Boggle. This is one of my favorite games back in the day and this version could very well be my favorite App. Check it out and race against the clock and your friends with Pass 'n Play mode. Check it out!

Boggle Free



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