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  • Galaxy Note Jabs Apple at SuperBowl

    Samsung is all set to take some more jabs at Apple and the SuperBowl was the prime place to unveil their Galaxy Note ad.  Oh, by the way, we're meeting with Samsung today (Feb. 6) and will have a lot more details and hands-on with this device.&...
  • Archos 101 G9 (aka 101 v2)

    HardwareHeaven has a look at the Archos 101 G9 tablet that comes packing Android 3.2.1 at the moment with promises to support Android 4.0 in the future.  Right now, thsi looks like a nice little upgrade to the original 101 (that I currently own - ...
  • VulcLAN 2012 Registration Open!

    It's already been a year since the last BCCHardware sponsored LAN party. And this year we are going big as this marks 10 years of VulcLAN here in Vulcan, Alberta!!! BCCHardware is proud to announce our 10th annual LANParty - VulcLAN 2012!! ...
  • Dell XPS 15z

    FutureLooks has posted their review of the Dell XPS 15z Notebook computer and while the XPS used to meant something really special from Dell, I think they've dropped their standard on the label.  That being said, it's still a pretty solid ...
  • Save Those Files

    MyDigitalSSD 128GB mSATA SATA2 SSD - TheSSDReview Corsair Performance Pro 128GB SSD - TweakTown Seagate Barracuda 3TB HDD - HardwareSecrets Synology DS212 2-Bay NAS - TweakTown --=-- TweakNews Kingston SSDNow V+200 120GB Upgrade Kit - RWLabs&...
  • ZOTAC ZBOX AD04 Plus

    It cracks me up when a Mini PC has a "Plus" with it, but when you start to look at all the features that Zotac packs into the AD04, you can sometimes justify the addition of the plus moniker.  This is a small AMD E-450 system that support...
  • Will Kinect for Windows change computing?

    One of Microsoft's big announcements at CES 2012 was that they will be bringing the Kinect to PC this year. This wasn't too much of a surprise as it had been rumored for quite some time but now (starting Feb. 1, 2012) you can officially get one ...
  • Facebook appears focused on Mobile

    Facebook filed their IPO this week and interestingly enough one of the most used words in it was "mobile" which they used 123 times in this document. Almost half of Facebook's users used a mobile device to login and yet Facebook gets no re...
  • Best Smartphone in the Cold

    NetworkWorld must have been having a slow day because they decided to see which smartphone could handle being cold the best. They've matched the iPhone up against a couple phones from Nokia and HTC for a battle royale. Probably the most interesting ...
  • 25% of Tweets are Pointless

    Every day more than 200 Million Tweets are sent through Twitter, but just how many of them are actually relevant? Carnegie Mellon University has done a bit of research into this and have found that 25% of Tweets are useless and try to figure out what ma...
  • What actually changed in Googles Privacy Policy?

    There has been a lot of news going around the internet the past couple weeks thanks to Google updating their privacy policy. Most people probably didn't even both reading the updates or chances are good didn't really understand what they were al...
  • Petition wants "Ethical iPhone5"

    Apple has come under fire over the past couple years for their manufacturing practices and now they've got a group of fans who have a petition to urge Apple to change their manufacturing practices and make an "ethical" iPhone5. Over 50,000...
  • Episode #144 - Here Comes the Wii U

    Episode #144 of Weekly Tech Update is now available on iTunes and the Zune Marketplace.  This is our weekly podcast that covers the hottest stuff in tech - not only around BCCHardware, but also the world.  Check it out over here - as ...
  • Video Cards, Cooling and More

    As we kick off the hardware news this morning, we've got a few bits of video-related stuff to share.  There is some diversity, so check out the list. Sapphire HD 7970 3GB CrossFire - TweakTown External Graphics: The Way Forward for Gam...
  • DICE to hire anti-cheat admin

    It looks like DICE is finally doing what the gaming community by-and-large has been asking for - clamping down on cheating.  They've recently hired a guy whose soul purpose is to figure out how to stop cheating.  He will be trying to fix c...
  • Audio Action

    As we start to wrap up the news for today, we've got a couple of review bits that have to deal with some audio.  First up, is the SteelSeries Siberia v2 Natus Vincere Edition headphones.  While they may not be the most durable headphones ...
  • Linux "Spark" Slate

    Aaron Seigo has been hard at work for a while building a different kind of tablet PC.  Over at his blog, he has just unveiled the "Spark" tablet that runs a Linux distro called "Plasma Active".  It comes pre-installed and ...
  • Android App Pick - Burn the Rope

    We have just posted up our 17th App Pick of the Week and this time we have a look at a fun gaming App called Burn the Rope.  Many of you have heard of Cut the Rope, but this is a little different and a lot more fun as it takes some skill, and not...
  • Radeon HD 7950 Launch

    That's right, AMD has dropped the hammer and has released yet another card to make NVIDIA irritated.  It's the 7950.  Catch a few reviews below. Vortez #1 --=-- Vortez #2 --=-- Vortez #3 TechPowerUp #1 --=-- TechPowerUp #2(Cr...
  • Xbox 720 Rumour Roundup

    There is starting to be some talk, hype and a lot of rumors regarding the upcoming Xbox and MEGATechNews has put together a bunch of the information.  Some of this you may have heard already, but there are probably some tidbits that are new to you...