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EVGA GeForce GTX 760 Superclocked 2GB Graphics Card Review

Posted on June 17, 2014 1:00 AM by Techgage Staff
EVGA GeForce GTX 760 Superclocked

On the lookout for a gaming GPU at around the $250 mark? Need it to handle games at 1080p in great detail or 1440p at good detail? EVGA has a solution for both of those needs. It comes to us in the form of the GeForce GTX 760 Superclocked – complete with ACX cooler. Read […]

Having Completed Portal on the NVIDIA SHIELD, Here Are Some Thoughts

Posted on June 16, 2014 8:30 AM by Rob Williams
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When NVIDIA brought Valve’s Portal to its SHIELD portable last month, I knew I wouldn’t be able to resist the pull of completing the game for the third or fourth time. After all, this would be the first time I’d be able to enjoy the game while mobile, or with sheer convenience right before I […]

Comcast to Start Its Own YouTube Competitor

Posted on June 16, 2014 8:10 AM by Tom Roeder
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This cable company has been in the news a lot lately – from its shakedown of Netflix, to its attempt at monopolizing the market by wanting to absorb Time Warner Cable.  Now Comcast is making its intentions clear of wanting to start its very own YouTube competitor. The senior vice president of video Matt Strauss confirmed that Comcast will […]

First Impressions of Civilization V on Linux

Posted on June 13, 2014 8:30 AM by Rob Williams
Civilization V Brave New World

Ever since Valve released Steam for Linux, I had been hoping that Sid Meier’s Civilization V would come to the platform. In truth, I didn’t actually expect it to happen – not even after Beyond Earth was announced for Linux. As the game was announced for the OS earlier this week, though, this is one […]

Ahead of the Steam Summer Sale, We Recommend You Grab the Enhanced Steam Browser Plugin

Posted on June 12, 2014 11:46 AM by Rob Williams
Enhanced Steam - Store Page

As popular as the Enhanced Steam browser plugin is, I don’t think it’s popular enough. Simply put: If you use Steam, you should be using Enhanced Steam. It includes a number of features that I feel Steam itself should have built-in, and now, when I log into Steam with a different browser, it feels a […]

ROCCAT Helps Solve Some PC Gamer Couch Drawbacks with Sova “Lapboard”

Posted on June 11, 2014 11:00 AM by Ryan Perry
ROCCAT Sova Keyboard

There are four pieces to the puzzle that is livingroom gaming. A computer, a television, a comfy place to park your backside, and something to control your on-screen alter ego. Up until now, the last piece of this puzzle, the peripherals, has proven to be cumbersome for many of us who don’t want to use […]

Giveaway: NVIDIA and Techgage Team Up to Give Away Copies of Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag

Posted on June 11, 2014 10:00 AM by Techgage Staff
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NOTE: CONTEST IS NOW CLOSED. After drawing some names out of our digital hat, the winners are: Allen Syl Ariel C Eric F flashlightbuff Jordan Walsh Kumar Singh Morton Ribak Nanang Sugiarto Ray Yataghene Shawn Stover Huge congrats to those ten, and thanks a lot to those who entered. If you didn’t win, don’t fret: […]

Tesla Open to Sharing Tech with Rivals

Posted on June 11, 2014 8:30 AM by J.D. Kane
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Tesla Motors’ CEO, Elon Musk, spoke at the UK launch of the Model S about his plans to boost adoption rates of electric-powered vehicles. Specifically, he hinted that he is willing to share his cars’ Supercharging system with rival electric auto makers. Doing so might also entail giving other auto makers access to some of […]

Civilization V Comes to Linux as Steam Breaks the 500 Linux Games Mark

Posted on June 10, 2014 5:22 PM by Rob Williams
Civilization V on Steam OS and Linux

Fans of Firaxis’ Civilization series tend to be passionate, so whenever a new title gets announced, you can almost hear the inner-excitement from fans the world over. When Beyond Earth was announced in April, that was no exception; as a spiritual successor to Alpha Centauri, the game has a lot of potential, and a lot […]

Believe it or Not: Grand Theft Auto V to Hit the PC this Fall

Posted on June 10, 2014 11:30 AM by Rob Williams
Grand Theft Auto V Box Art

Rockstar excels at game-making – no one can argue that. But believe it or not, the company might be even better at something else: Keeping secrets. When’s the last time something leaked out of Rockstar? I can’t personally remember. It almost makes me wonder if the company has the gang members it hires for voice-overs on call, […]

About That #E32014 Hashtag

Posted on June 10, 2014 10:30 AM by Rob Williams
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As a bit of a tech geek, I sometimes glean an intriguing fact from something mundane that almost no one would appreciate. This particular case should be no exception. If I were to tell this to someone walking by on the street, I’d probably be accused of talking absolute nonsense. That’s about how most of my puns […]

Amazon Enhances its Payments Service, Adds Recurring Fees Capabilities

Posted on June 10, 2014 10:00 AM by Rob Williams
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With the latest update to its Payments service, Amazon continues to move ever-closer to PayPal in terms of services offered. Amazon Payments has been a great competitor to PayPal since its launching for simply sending money to someone, or paying for a product on the marketplace, but it’s fallen short where recurring fees are concerned. […]

Apple Battles MAC Address-based Location Tracking in iOS 8

Posted on June 10, 2014 8:30 AM by Rob Williams
iPhone 5S Using iOS 8

At its annual WWDC event in San Francisco, Apple never fails to reveal some cool features, either for the iPhone or other product lines. For iOS 8, though, the company left out a worthwhile mention – probably because it’s not one that would be considered “fun” or “hip”. Yet, it’s a boon to our privacy, […]

AMD’s Richard Huddy Tells Us About His New Role as Gaming Scientist

Posted on June 9, 2014 3:00 PM by Rob Williams
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We learned last week that industry veteran Richard Huddy made a return to AMD, and perhaps as interesting as that fact itself was the title he’d be taking on: Gaming Scientist. At that time, we really didn’t know what that role entailed, but as promised, AMD posted a video to let Huddy clue us all in. Huddy […]

Preemptive Counterstrike: Origin’s Customer Appreciation Sale Well-worth Checking Out

Posted on June 9, 2014 1:45 PM by Rob Williams
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It should come as a surprise to no one that Valve’s Steam Summer Sale is soon to launch, but no one can feel the anticipation of it more than EA. Realizing full-well of what’s to come, the company has launched an impressive ‘Customer Appreciation’ sale over at Origin, and as the title of this post […]

Benchmark Your Eyesight: SteelSeries Announces Sentry Eye-tracking Peripheral

Posted on June 9, 2014 12:59 PM by Rob Williams
SteelSeries Sentry Eye-tracking Peripheral

Peripheral vendors are constantly trying to sell us gaming gear that’s touted as the next-best-thing in improving our competitive abilities, but it seems none of them are interested in actually training us to become better gamers. SteelSeries, with its Sentry Eye Tracker, is looking to change that. SteelSeries has teamed up with eye-tracking veteran Tobii […]

Logitech Adds Sonos HiFi and Text-to-speech Support to Harmony Ultimate and Smart Control

Posted on June 9, 2014 11:30 AM by Rob Williams
Logitech Harmony Ultimate Universal Remote

Like a smartphone or a number of other mobile devices, Logitech’s Harmony universal remotes are ever-evolving. Years ago, you might have been stuck with whatever hardware support a remote shipped with, but today, Logitech has the ability to add support over time. Today, we see a great example, as Sonos’ wireless HiFi system is now […]

Autodesk Acquires Bitsquid Game Engine & Drops Price of Maya LT Subscription

Posted on June 9, 2014 10:19 AM by Rob Williams
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Autodesk has today announced that it’s acquired Swedish-based Bitsquid AB, creators of a game engine used in a handful of popular indie titles: Magicka: Wizard Wars, War of the Vikings, War of the Roses, and Helldivers. Autodesk says that by acquiring Bitsquid it enables the company to “supercharge its portfolio of tools for game makers“. […]

ROCCAT Intros 16-Button Tyon Gaming Mouse

Posted on June 9, 2014 9:30 AM by J.D. Kane
ROCCAT Tyon Gaming Mouse - White

If there’s one thing ROCCAT excels at, it’s designing gaming peripherals with the longest features lists around. We saw that with the Isku FX gaming keyboard as well as with the Kave XTD 5.1 surround sound gaming headset. Well, ROCCAT is sticking with the gameplan with its newest gaming mouse, the Tyon. The ROCCAT Tyon […]

Logitech G502 Proteus Core Gaming Mouse Review – A Serious Gamer’s Tool

Posted on June 9, 2014 3:00 AM by Techgage Staff
Logitech G502 Proteus Mouse

Let’s face it – most people have heard of Logitech, and most of those who are tech savvy have become well-acquainted with the company’s various offerings over the years. I’ve been mostly pleased with everything I’ve tried from Logitech before, so let’s find out if the G502 Proteus gaming mouse continues the trend. Some people […]

Crucial Debuts Ultra-affordable MX100 Solid-state Drives

Posted on June 4, 2014 8:30 AM by Robert Tanner
Crucial MX100 SSD

Does $0.43-per-GB sound good to you? Crucial has unveiled its SATA 6Gb/s MX100 series as a replacement for the venerable M500 family, while the M550 will stay on as the higher performance/capacity alternative. The MX100 is based on the Marvell 88SS9189 controller that is similar to the one found in the M550, but it’s the […]

Kingston HyperX Cloud Gaming Headset Review – A Ray of Sunshine

Posted on June 4, 2014 3:00 AM by Techgage Staff

PC hardware vendors are constantly expanding into markets they traditionally have never had a presence in. Kingston, known for its memory and storage solutions, is the latest one; its HyperX Cloud gaming headset is its first venture into the world of gaming audio. Will the Cloud bring rain on this parade, or will it shine […]

Richard Huddy Returns to AMD, Takes on the Role of Gaming Scientist

Posted on June 3, 2014 3:38 PM by Rob Williams
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After a somewhat brief stint at Intel, Richard Huddy returns to AMD to take on the role of Gaming Scientist – which is, without question, one of the coolest job titles around. At Intel, Richard helped the company with its graphics roadmap, and prior to joining the blue side in 2011 after layoffs at AMD, he […]

GIGABYTE’s HiCookie Achieves DDR3-4500 Speeds on Kingston HyperX Module

Posted on June 3, 2014 3:10 PM by Rob Williams
HiCookie's DDR3-4500 World Record

One of the most interesting aspects of Taipei’s Computex event is the large number of overclocking competitions being held. This is especially true this year, since Intel has just launched its Z97 chipset, as well as its Devil’s Canyon CPUs (which Robert wrote about earlier). Well, I am sure multiple world records will be broken […]

Fuhu’s Kid-focused nabi DreamTab Tablet Now Available for Purchase

Posted on June 3, 2014 2:48 PM by Ryan Perry
DreamWorks DreamTab Tablet - Powered By Intel

Tablets are a dime-a-dozen lately, but Rob reported on a very special one that was unveiled at CES this past January. It’s not one that’s likely to appeal to all of our readers, but listen up parents, because this one is for you. Well, actually it’s for your children! Manufactured by Fuhu Inc, and developed […]

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