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Facebook to Soon Require Use of its Messenger Mobile App to Send Messages

Posted on April 15, 2014 6:55 PM by Rob Williams
Facebook Messenger Logo

As much as Facebook as a service can sometimes aggravate me, Facebook as a company has done little to bother me. Sure, it’s made some moves that I’ve found inconvenient, but none have caused me to make it a mission to complain about it – not even through a simple status update. That track record […]

Uber’s Hassles Continue, Now Banned from Operating in Brussels

Posted on April 15, 2014 5:45 PM by Rob Williams
Uber Logo

Since its founding a couple of years ago, Uber’s proven itself to offer a pretty reliable service, and a convenient one at that. In fact, I’m betting that some would consider it to be invaluable. It sure beats trying to hail a cab, or talking to a dispatcher who clearly doesn’t care about their job, […]

Using Samba to Share Your Linux Folders with Another PC or Virtual Machine

Posted on April 15, 2014 4:00 AM by Techgage Staff
Samba Network Shares in Windows 7

Creating a network share on Linux is quite a bit different than on Windows, but that doesn’t mean that it requires a degree from Tux U. In this article, we take a look at installing and configuring Samba, creating some shares, and then accessing those shares across a variety of platforms. One of the most […]

Adobe’s Latest Creative Cloud Enhancements Make Great Use of NVIDIA’s GPUs

Posted on April 14, 2014 6:13 PM by Rob Williams
NVIDIA Quadro K6000

Having been announced at NAB earlier this month, this isn’t brand-new information, but I still find it interesting enough to talk about. A little while ago, I had learned that NVIDIA was working with Adobe in order to enhance RED 4K support within Premiere Pro, and the fruits of that labor are now being seen. […]

Get Your Voting Fingers Ready: GOG’s Battle of the Games is Here

Posted on April 14, 2014 5:38 PM by Rob Williams
GOG Battle of the Games

GOG has just kicked-off its latest iteration of “Battle of the Games“, where users have the chance to vote between two sets of games each day; the winner will then be sold at 75% off, while the other will settle with 60% off. To help get things started, Heroes of Might and Magic and The […]

Autodesk to Release Subscription-based Maya LT on Steam Later this Month

Posted on April 14, 2014 4:23 PM by Rob Williams
Autodesk Maya LT 2015 Steam Header

Steam’s software section hasn’t quite exploded at the seams with titles since its introduction in late 2012, but of what is available, most looks quite good. This is especially the case if you’re a developer; from 3D graphics to audio, there are many solutions available. Steam has been lacking some big names on the development […]

Making Your Speakers Mobile: Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter Review

Posted on April 12, 2014 12:00 AM by Techgage Staff
Logitech Bluetooth Audio Adapter - Top Down

Have a pair of speakers kicking around, not being used? Want to kick back and stream audio from your phone, rather than sit in front of the PC? Both of these scenarios can be aided with Logitech’s new Bluetooth audio adapter. Connect it to a set of speakers, pair up, and listen. As we find […]

NVIDIA’s R337 GeForce Linux Driver Reintroduces Overclocking Capabilities

Posted on April 11, 2014 3:24 PM by Rob Williams
NVIDIA GeForce R338 Linux Driver - Overclocking

We talked earlier this week about all that NVIDIA’s R337 GeForce driver for Windows brings to the table, but little did we realize at the time, the Linux R337 driver also got a fair amount of love. At the forefront, the driver adds support for NVIDIA’s latest mobile GPUs, and also takes care of numerous […]

Aimpad – The Next Big Thing in PC Gaming?

Posted on April 10, 2014 4:35 PM by Tom Roeder

Here at Techgage, we like to keep up on all the new and exciting things to enter the PC gaming world.  One product that grabbed our attention, that’s still in development and currently on Kickstarter, is the “Aimpad”.  Aimpad is a revolutionary idea, once you understand the theory around how it will work; it has […]

Logitech’s K830 Keyboard Aims to Illuminate Your Livingroom Experience

Posted on April 10, 2014 10:00 AM by Rob Williams
Logitech Illuminated Living-Room Keyboard K830

We’ve long been a fan of Logitech’s livingroom offerings here at Techgage, what with its cool di Novo keyboards to its feature-packed Harmony remotes. With its just-announced K830, it looks like the company wants to keep us hooked, because it looks fantastic. Its full name is “Illuminated Livingroom Keyboard K830“, and that name explains its […]

Heartbleed: Why You Should Pay Attention

Posted on April 10, 2014 8:30 AM by Rob Williams

When I caught a quick glance at a “Heartbleed” mention on Tuesday, all I thought was, “Oh great, another vulnerability”. Then, I brushed it off. Of course, now it’s well-known that it’s not just “another vulnerability”; it’s genuinely severe, and one that all server admins need to look into, and potentially deal with. Fortunately, Techgage’s […]

Gearbox Announces Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel, Due Out This Fall

Posted on April 9, 2014 4:36 PM by Rob Williams
Borderlands - The Pre-Sequel

A leak that hit the Web earlier this week has proven true: Borderlands: The Pre-Sequel is in development. I’m not quite sure this could be considered “Borderlands 3″, because just last month, Gearbox CEO Randy Pitchford said that the company was not actively working on any Borderlands projects. Either he was fibbing, or 2K Australia is […]

Logitech: Meet the Über-Customizable G502 Proteus Core Tunable Gaming Mouse

Posted on April 9, 2014 8:30 AM by J.D. Kane
Logitech G502 Proteus Mouse

Its full name might be a true mouthful, but Logitech’s newest gaming mouse, the G502 Proteus Core, promises to be the company’s most capable one to date. Featuring Logitech G-exclusive Delta Zero technology, the G502 Proteus Core’s sensor is said to be “the world’s most powerful and accurate sensor,” according to the company. The sensor […]

Thunderbolt Networking To Gain Windows Driver Support

Posted on April 8, 2014 1:30 PM by Jamie Fletcher
Thunderbolt Networking

Despite the time that 10Gbps networking has been around, so far it has failed to catch on in the consumer market, price being the major contributor. While the idea of paying $50 for a Thunderbolt cable will make many baulk, the truth of the matter is 10Gbps Ethernet makes that $50 look like free lunch. […]

Raspberry Pi Compute Module – Pi In Smaller Portions

Posted on April 8, 2014 9:30 AM by Jamie Fletcher
RPi Compute Module

It’s been two years since the Raspberry Pi was first released. It started a little rough due to manufacturing delays, but has ultimately taken the world by storm. It would seem that a $25 computer had a market after all. As time has gone by, one question remained in the back of everyone’s minds; what […]

AMD’s Radeon R9 295X2 Unveiled: What Kind of Performance Does $1,499 Get You?

Posted on April 8, 2014 8:00 AM by Rob Williams
AMD Radeon R9 295 X2

It’s going to be in the running for the worst-kept secret of 2014, but it doesn’t matter: AMD’s Radeon 295X2 is designed to noticed, and incite an enthusiastic response from those who look its way. The card is big, complex, and expensive, but it’s also ridiculously powerful. We could say that about most top-end dual-GPU […]

Windows XP: A Brief Retrospective

Posted on April 8, 2014 4:15 AM by Techgage Staff
Microsoft Windows XP Flag Logo

The end-of-support date for Windows XP has been no secret, and the build-up to it has been long. But with the date now upon us, we’re being hit with a big dose of nostalgia, thinking back to all that the OS has brought us. The best thing about nostalgia is sharing it, so read on […]

New USB 3.1 with Type-C Connector – Faster and Fumble-Free

Posted on April 7, 2014 10:00 AM by J.D. Kane
USB 3 Type-C Connector

They’re coming. USB 3.1′s specification, which will deliver data transfer rates as fast as 10Gbps (gigabits per second), is slated for mass adoption by the end of 2014. The 3.1 specification is twice as fast as the current USB 3.0 spec. Along with the faster transfer data transfer speeds, the new standard will also see […]

NVIDIA’s GeForce Experience 2.0, R337 Driver Bring Major Improvements and Features

Posted on April 7, 2014 9:00 AM by Rob Williams
NVIDIA GeForce Logo

NVIDIA launched its GeForce Experience app last May, and at the time, I wasn’t too sure of what it’d become. From the get-go, it boasted the ability to optimize your games with ease, but past that, I am not sure I realized that NVIDIA would keep piling new features on. Fortunately, it did. ShadowPlay, GameStream, […]

Papago! P2 Pro 1080p Dashcam Review

Posted on April 7, 2014 12:00 AM by Techgage Staff
Papago! P2 Pro 1080p Dashcam

A dashcam might be a simple device, but it’s one that could prove invaluable in the event of an accident – nothing tells the truth quite like video. And as far as dashcams go, Papago! makes some attractive ones, including the P2 Pro we’re taking a look at here. So, let’s take it for a […]

AOC’s G2460PQU 144Hz 24-inch Display Is Serious About Gaming Performance

Posted on April 4, 2014 5:05 PM by Rob Williams
AOC G2460PQU 144MHz Gaming Monitor

The last time I talked about AOC, it had just released one of the most attractive 27-inch 1080p displays I had seen up to that point (especially where the price was concerned), and now, it’s caught my attention again with its brand-new 144Hz gaming display. At a time when most of us don’t even have […]

Thecus Upgrades its N7710 and N8810 NASes, Adds 10GbE Upgradability

Posted on April 4, 2014 4:45 PM by Greg King
Thecus N7710 NAS

Thecus, a company we have long been familiar with, announced this week two new NAS devices aimed directly at the SMB and enterprise market.  Known by most of our readers for its quality home NAS offerings, Thecus has spent a considerable amount of effort catering to IT professionals with larger bay capacity, VMware ESXi v5.5 […]

NZXT’s Sentry 3 Touchscreen Fan Controller Boasts Great Specs & Aesthetics

Posted on April 4, 2014 10:00 AM by J.D. Kane
NZXT Sentry 3 Fan Controller - Face

NZXT has just introduced its latest fan controller, the Sentry 3. Featuring a 5.4″ color touchscreen interface, the Sentry 3 is completely devoid of any mechanical knobs or switches. This screen, NZXT says, is 33% larger than any other single-bay fan controller currently available. Users only need to slide, swipe, and touch the Sentry’s large […]

First DDR4 Modules to Land Alongside Intel’s Xeon E5-2600 v3 Series This Fall

Posted on April 4, 2014 9:00 AM by Rob Williams
Micron DDR4 Chips

When Intel’s Xeon E5-2600 v3 series drops in Q3, it’s going to bring with it a number of notable features; the biggest of which is the architecture boost from Ivy Bridge to Haswell. In addition to an increase of maximum cores (14, from 12) and cache (35MB, from 30MB), E5 v3 will become Intel’s first […]

Seagate Backup Plus Slim 2TB Portable HDD Review

Posted on April 4, 2014 2:00 AM by Techgage Staff
Seagate Backup Plus Slim - Press Shot

Seagate’s Backup Plus Slim is a portable drive that boasts some impressive features on paper, It crams 2TB into a super-small form-factor; just half-an-inch thick. It bundles Seagate’s own Dashboard backup software, which offers a couple of neat options we’ve never seen before. But it’s biggest draw? The sub-$120 pricetag. Each time I receive a […]

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