Run a business and need “ultimate” data protection? If so, Acronis’ just-released ‘Backup Service’ could prove useful, as its feature set is immense. An overall summary would be “backup anywhere, restore anywhere”, and that includes not only raw data, but disk partitions, OS images, and so forth. As a business solution that…..
The release date for Windows 10 still isn’t locked-in, but it seems Microsoft is wasting no time in preparing us for it – even if we don’t realize it. In late March, an update (KB3035583) was released through Windows Update that lays the groundwork for upgrading to the upcoming OS. As Myce…..
When former NSA contractor Edward Snowden blew the whistle on the mass spying the US government had been conducting on the world, everyone and their dog began to wonder exactly what was being stored on them as individuals. Well, if you’ve ever sent a “dick pic” or any other photo that’d be…..
The race to power entire countries with renewable energy is on, and those that improve their situation sooner than later stand to gain some serious pocketbook benefits. According to a new study conducted by the NewClimate Institute, the major economies of the world – EU, USA, China – could save more than…..
In case it hasn’t been proven obvious enough up to this point, the UK has a serious beef with sex. To be more specific, it has a laundry list of sexual acts it deems inappropriate, and it also dislikes the ease in which someone could procure sexual materials; eg: images and video.…..
Well, this isn’t something I ever expected to see. Late last week, GOG.com announced that it’s begun allowing owners of old-school CD keys to submit them to the site to unlock the same game on the service – all at no cost. Perhaps not surprisingly, the current list of supported titles is modest: CIS…..
Released this past fall, AMD’s FX-8320E processor promises to deliver a lot of processing power for those on a budget. It sports eight cores, and as a Black Edition, its overclocking capabilities are unrestricted. But is that enough to make this the best go-to budget processor, especially for gamers? (Click image to…..
I admit that I haven’t had a great opinion on Rockstar Games for a while, what with Red Dead Redemption never coming to the PC and Grand Theft Auto IV being a buggy mess at launch. But, for better or for worse, the company has been wearing my angst down with Grand…..
Goodbye SATA, hello PCI Express! At long last the tyranny of the SATA 6Gb/s interface is over. Intel has taken the wraps off its first PCIe based consumer and workstation solid-state drive, and it’s a doozy. The 750 Series is a fully functional PCIe Gen 3 x4 drive with bootable NVMe support,…..
NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX TITAN X is the world’s latest fastest single GPU solution. But does that mean we should just leave it alone, and ignore its true potential? We could, but that’d be boring – so join us as we take a look at the TITAN X from an overclocking perspective, and…..
CONTEST IS NOW OVER. The winners are (in the order that their name was pulled from the hat): Grand Prize: Mark Albiar Runner-up #1: Eric F Throughout the month of March, we’ve had a lot of gear and games up-for-grabs (a couple of contests are still ongoing as this contest goes live), and…..
It’s no secret that we at Techgage are fascinated with NVIDIA’s Drive initiative. We’ve written a few times about it, including news about the company’s upcoming $10K NVIDIA Drive PX hardware, first announced at GTC a couple of weeks ago (check our recap). Perhaps it was inevitable that AMD would someday strike back. Techgage…..
Windows 10 is shaping up to be an amazing apology for Windows 8, and while not everything might be ideal (read: Start menu), there’s little doubt that it’ll be the best Windows OS since 7. As we’ve just discovered, though, there’s one feature (if we can call it that) coming to Windows…..
During our 10th anniversary celebrations, we’ve offered up copies of Far Cry 4, Shadow of Mordor, Dying Light, and The Crew – all sponsored by our good friends at NVIDIA. Now, it’s time wrap-up our game offerings with a roof-leaping finish: Up for grabs are ten copies of Ubisoft’s Assassin’s Creed Unity – an epic…..
What would you do if you lost everything? That’s what the website behind the backup movement asks, and it’s a good question. All too often, those who have to deal with a hard drive failure don’t have the data on that drive backed up to another, or to the cloud. It’s just gone,…..
CONTEST IS NOW OVER. The winners are (in the order that their name was pulled from the hat): Grand Prize: Hermes David Guerrero Nieto Runner-up #1: Weak1ings Runner-up #2: Terri Fisher We couldn’t imagine winding down our 10th anniversary celebration without ASUS – and so we won’t. ASUS is one of Techgage’s longest-running…..
It doesn’t seem like the Internet access situation in the US is getting much better, but those who are connected have a couple of reasons to smile. Via Cord Cutters News, Ookla’s Speedtest website has reported a 10Mbps boost to the average download speed in the US this month, compared to the same…..
The top-end temperature of NVIDIA’s GeForce GTX 980 is about 80°C, and while that seems a bit high, it’s well within dangerous levels. Still, I wouldn’t blame anyone for wanting to see even lower temperatures (that goes for any piece of hardware, really), either for the piece-of-mind, reduction of overall system heat,…..
Grey Goo is the newest kid on the real-time strategy block. It was created by veteran RTS studio Petroglyph, and while this title may have the pedigree, does it mean that it will win our hearts and minds when going up against the crowd favorite MOBA? There’s only one way to find…..
The 2015 GPU Technology Conference proved to be an exciting event with a number of big announcements and a slew of other cool bits of information. In this article, we’re going to take an in-depth look at the biggest announcements made at the show, as well as some of the lesser talked-about…..
Years ago, Internet access felt more like a luxury than a necessity – but fast-forward to today, and the situation has certainly changed. Now, it seems more people than not would consider Internet access to be a necessity. We use it to pay our bills, to research, to keep in touch –…..
Thecus has just launched a brand-new N5000-series NAS, and it packs one hell of a punch. Like all other N5000 series NASes, the N5810PRO includes five drive bays. Where it largely differs is with what’s under the hood, and at the back. Powering the N5810PRO is a beefier CPU – Intel’s Celeron…..
Night Dive Studios, through a collaboration between the minds behind the popular browser game Good Morning, Commander and After the Comet (still in development), is finally releasing Spirits of Xanadu on Steam, available for $14.99 from the 26th of March 2015. I had the chance to get some hands-on time with this surprisingly enjoyable…..
It’s not often that Canada’s CRTC instills me with much confidence, but its latest move is without question a great one. For far too long, cable TV providers have taken advantage of consumers in a number of different ways – overcharging for basic cable, and requiring consumers to shell out for big…..
As we discovered last week (not that it was a surprise), NVIDIA’s new GeForce GTX TITAN X is a seriously powerful graphics card. At 4K, it actually allows you to max out the graphical detail in most games and get playable framerates, or let you decrease some of the more superfluous settings…..