Welcome Stranger to OCC!Login | Register
Latest ArticlesLatest Articles
Latest Forum PostsLatest Forum Topics
OCC TECH NEWS

December 5, 2014
Comments (0) | Posted at 09:42PM PST by ClayMeow

Paradox Interactive has announced that development of its upcoming RPG Runemaster has been suspended until further notice, with the development team being moved to other projects within Paradox Development Studio. Runemaster was a highly ambitious tactical RPG set within six worlds of Norse mythology and featuring procedurally generated content. Unfortunately that ambition could not be realized, and "Runemaster in its current form was unable to live up to the standards" Paradox sets for itself.

Runemaster was announced back in January for PC and PlayStation 4. Check out the Story Trailer from August:

Source: Paradox Interactive



Comments (0) | Posted at 09:08PM PST by ClayMeow
Dead Island: Epidemic Enters Open Beta with New PvE Mode, Crossroads

Free-to-play MOBA Dead Island: Epidemic has been in Steam Early Access for awhile, but now it's finally available to the public, as it has officially entered Open Beta. In doing so, the game also received a major content update, adding an all-new PvE mode called Crossroads, switching to a global progression system, overhauling the crafting system, adding a unique passive ability to each character, and making a smarter loot drop system.

Dead Island: Epidemic can be downloaded via Steam.

Source: Press Release



Comments (0) | Posted at 08:46PM PST by ClayMeow
Dying Light PC System Specs Revealed Alongside Season Pass Details

If you're planning on picking up the PC version of Techland's upcoming first-person, open-world survival horror game Dying Light, you better have a fairly modern and beefy rig, especially if you want to reach those coveted recommended specs.

MINIMUM:

  • OS: Windows® 7 64-bit / Windows® 8 64-bit / Windows® 8.1 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-2500 @3.3 GHz / AMD FX-8320 @3.5 GHz
  • Memory: 4 GB RAM DDR3
  • Hard Drive: 40 GB free space
  • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 560 / AMD Radeon™ HD 6870 (1GB VRAM)
  • DirectX®: Version 11
  • Sound: DirectX® compatible
  • Additional Notes: Laptop versions of graphics cards may work but are NOT officially supported.
  • Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, optional controller (Xbox 360 Controller for Windows recommended)

RECOMMENDED:

  • OS: Windows® 7 64-bit / Windows® 8 64-bit / Windows® 8.1 64-bit
  • Processor: Intel® Core™ i5-4670K @3.4 GHz / AMD FX-8350 @4.0 GHz
  • Memory: 8 GB RAM DDR3
  • Hard Drive: 40 GB free space
  • Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® GTX 780 / AMD Radeon™ R9 290 (2GB VRAM)
  • DirectX®: Version 11
  • Sound: DirectX® compatible
  • Additional Notes: Laptop versions of graphics cards may work but are NOT officially supported.
  • Windows-compatible keyboard, mouse, optional controller (Xbox 360 Controller for Windows recommended)

In addition, Techland revealed the Dying Light Season Pass, containing three content packs for $19.99 / £15.99 / €19.99:

  • Cuisine & Cargo – Available first for Season Pass holders, these two hardcore missions let players put their skills to the ultimate test. Investigate buildings sealed off in the very first days of the outbreak – with the infected inside. Explore ominous corridors of once the most famous restaurant in Harran, and employ both stealth and combat to ransack a zombie-filled loading bay at an abandoned railroad yard.
  • Ultimate Survivor Bundle – Players will receive seven unique in-game items that will bring fighting zombies to a whole new level. Grab three special outfits and four blueprints for over-the-top weapons to make your survival in the quarantine zone a good bit easier.
  • The Bozak Horde – The final Season Pass drop will deliver a new map and gameplay, playable in either single-player or co-op. Go inside the Harran Stadium, the most famous landmark in the city, and test your combat know-how against relentless hordes of the Infected. Fight increasingly stronger and larger enemy waves as you oppose a mysterious psychopath called Bozak.

Dying Light will launch January 27 in the Americas, January 28 in Australia and New Zealand, and January 30 in Europe and Asia; priced $49.99 for PC and $59.99 for PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Pre-ordering allows you to "Be The Zombie".

Source: Press Release and Steam



Comments (0) | Posted at 11:02AM PST by Guest_Jim_*

Everybody is likely familiar with lithium batteries because they are such a ubiquitous energy storage system. What fewer people may know though is that they are very hard to improve and that one method to do so presents serious issues. Researchers at the Pacific Northwest National Laboratory however, have recently found out why a specific coating can improve that method's effectiveness.

Normally lithium batteries rely on graphite electrodes to absorb and release the lithium ions, thereby storing and releasing electricity. Silicon electrodes can potentially hold ten times as many lithium ions though, and could allow for batteries with many times the life we have today. The problem is that silicon is so fragile that the swelling it undergoes when taking in the lithium ions breaks the electrodes. Silicon nanoparticles can help, and also offer even better performance, but still suffer the fracturing problem. Researchers at the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and University of Colorado, Boulder have found that a rubber-like coating of aluminum glycerol protects can let the nanoparticle electrodes survive five times longer. Now, thanks to PNNL, we know why.

Uncoated silicon nanoparticles will have an oxide layer on their surface, which restricts their ability to swell, but the aluminum glycerol, or alucone, actually removes that oxide layer is allows for the swelling. The researchers also observed the alucone preventing the nanoparticles from merging, which was another issue that would damage the electrodes.

Source: Pacific Northwest National Laboratory



Comments (0) | Posted at 11:00AM PST by bp9801

The first week of December is nearly in the books, but not before we have some reviews for you to check out. There is a look at the NZXT H440 Razer Edition case, which is designed in part with Razer to deliver a unique experience. We also have a look at the new Ubisoft game The Crew and how it performs on various video cards. For something a little different, there's the ROCCAT Apuri Active USB hub, which adds four USB 2.0 ports and even a mouse bungee to your desk. We have a rather unique case mod called the ASUS ROG Table and Rig, and you really have to see it to believe it. Wrapping things up is a podcast covering the latest news and reviews from the past week.

Cases
NZXT H440 Designed by Razer @ PC Perspective

Gaming
The Crew Benchmarked: Graphics & CPU Performance @ TechSpot

Gadgets
ROCCAT Apuri Active USB Hub @ Benchmark Reviews

Miscellany
Case Mod Friday: ASUS ROG Table & Rig @ ThinkComputers
Podcast #328 @ PC Perspective



Comments (0) | Posted at 07:22AM PST by Guest_Jim_*

In the future we may have advanced quantum computers capable of running algorithms that modern electronic computers could never hope to. There is still a lot of work to be done before these devices can become reality though, including finding ways to store and read quantum information. Now researchers at the Technische Universitaet Muenchen have found a way to access the information stored in nitrogen vacancies electronically, which has never been accomplished before.

Nitrogen vacancies are a defect found in diamonds where carbon atoms have been replaced by nitrogen atoms. When the nitrogen atoms are hit by a laser, an electron is popped up to a higher energy state, creating an electron-hole pair that can store quantum information. To access this information, the researchers used nanodiamonds and a layer of graphene. When the electron-hole pair, which acts as a dipole, formed in the diamond, another dipole formed in the graphene, which is highly conductive. Gold electrodes are then able to record the induced charge, thereby measuring the information electronically.

As the electron-hole pairs will disappear in a matter of nanoseconds, the researchers had to use a laser that reaches into picoseconds and use very sensitive equipment. Such a combination should allow it to future quantum computers to achieve clock speeds in the terahertz domain, if this system is used.

Source: Technische Universitaet Muenchen



Comments (0) | Posted at 07:21AM PST by gebraset
TYR-SD962 CPU Cooler Announced by Xigmatek

Xigmatek, a manufacturer of computer peripherals and thermal solutions, has just announced its latest entry-level CPU cooler, the TYR-SD962. The TYR-SD962 is a tower style heatsink that incorporates two 6mm copper heatpipes that make direct contact with the CPU. The heatpipes pass heat to the aluminum fins of the Xigmatek TYR-SD962, which are cooled by the included 9225 fluid-dynamic bearing fan. The included Xigmatek fan is capable of spinning between 1,200 and 2,800 RPM, with noise output of up to 28dBA. Processors with thermal loads of up to 100W are supported, and the latest Xigmatek heatsink, which measures 65mm x 85mm x 121mm without the included fan, is compatible with LGA1150, FM2+, and AM3+ sockets.

Source: TechPowerUp



December 4, 2014
Comments (0) | Posted at 11:03AM PST by Guest_Jim_*

Metamaterials are a special class of materials with unnatural properties. For example, a metamaterial can be made to bend light backwards, opening up the possibility for invisibility cloaks and flat lenses. Actually designing and building them is rather complicated though, but researchers at the University of Pennsylvania have made a recent discovery that may make it all much simpler.

Inspired by digital electronics that can sample analog signals to create a digital signal; the researchers found they could create metamaterial bits based on electromagnetic properties. Specifically it is a material's permittivity they look at, which is a measure of how it reacts to an electric field inside of it. When you place two materials with different and opposite permittivity values against each other, you can get some very odd results like a new permittivity value far outside what the two original materials had. By controlling the geometry of the bits though, the permittivity of the metamaterial byte can be controlled. All it takes is that the two materials have opposite permittivity values; one must be positive and the other negative.

Obviously this discovery could dramatically simplify the design of bulk metamaterials, especially as it opens up so many material combinations. The researchers did their simulations with silver and glass, but if these materials do not have the necessary physical properties to be used as a hyperlens, another combination could be found and the lens made from that.

Source: University of Pennsylvania



Comments (0) | Posted at 11:00AM PST by bp9801

The week is drawing to a close, but we have no shortage of reviews to help get you through it. We have a review on the ASUS Maximus VII Impact motherboard, which is a feature-rich product in a Mini-ITX format. If you're on a tight budget yet still want a Mini-ITX build, then perhaps the ECS Z97I-DRONE is the one for you. For anyone needing a case, there's the BitFenix Pandora, which is a slim Micro-ATX model that could be right at home in a home theater setting. The Rosewill RGB80 mechanical keyboard gets reviewed to see how it can handle gaming and office work. There's a look at the Tt eSPORTS BAHAMUT external sound card for all your audio needs, especially if that means 5.1 virtual surround. Wrapping things up today is an article examining how to reinvent the digital pen, as well as one looking over the recent ASUS Open Overclocking Cup.

Motherboards
ASUS Maximus VII Impact @ PC Perspective
ECS Z97I-DRONE @ Madshrimps

Cases
BitFenix Pandora @ Benchmark Reviews

Keyboards/Mice
Rosewill RGB80 @ LanOC Reviews

Sound Cards
Tt eSPORTS BAHAMUT External Sound Card @ ThinkComputers

Miscellany
It's Time to Reinvent the Digital Pen @ TechSpot
ASUS Open Overclocking Cup 2014 @ Madshrimps



Comments (0) | Posted at 06:14AM PST by gebraset
GeForce GTX 980 ROG Matrix Platinum Announced by ASUS

ASUS has officially announced its single-GPU flagship graphics card that is based on the GeForce GTX 980 chip, the Republic of Gamers Matrix Platinum. This latest graphics card from ASUS includes features that are common with other ROG video cards, such as a color-coded load indicator, a defroster circuit that prevents frost formation when under LN2 cooling, a sleek back-plate, and a ROG-themed GPU Tweak utility. The GTX 980 ROG Matrix Platinum also feature a signature ROG-themed air cooling solution, in which ASUS has incorporated a high-density fin-stack heatsink with 10-mm thick heat pipes along with an ASUS-designed CoolTech hybrid fan that is capable of pushing air both laterally, and axially. While the core clock speed is unknown at this time, ASUS did reveal that the GTX 980 ROG Matrix Platinum, which utilizes a strong 14-phase VRM, features a GPU Boost frequency of 1342MHz.

No pricing information for the GTX 980 ROG Matrix Platinum has been released by ASUS.

Source: TechPowerUp


Comments (2) | Posted at 05:29AM PST by gebraset

Target and Kmart have both decided to pull Grand Theft Auto V from store shelves in Australia, citing that the video game title poses a significant level of concern in regards to its included content. The decision comes shortly after Target received an online petition with over 41,000 signatures that called on the retailer to stop selling the game. The petition, created by a group of women who have experienced sexual violence and abuse, called out Grand Theft Auto V for portraying acts of violence against women as pure entertainment. It is worth noting that while the petition requested that Target stop selling the game, it was likely removed from Kmart as well due to both retail chains being owned by the same group, Wesfarmers.

While Grand Theft Auto V is being removed from Target store shelves in Australia, the retailer will continue to sell other R18+ rated content.

Source: CNET and Kotaku Australia


December 3, 2014
Comments (0) | Posted at 08:26PM PST by ClayMeow

According to USA Today, Google is planning on rolling out new versions of several of its popular products geared toward those twelve years of age and younger. While details and a timetable have not been divulged, this likely means kid-friendly versions of Google search, YouTube, and maybe even Chrome. Pavni Diwanji, vice president of engineering, explained the decision: "The big motivator inside the company is everyone is having kids, so there's a push to change our products to be fun and safe for children. We expect this to be controversial, but the simple truth is kids already have the technology in schools and at home. So the better approach is to simply see to it that the tech is used in a better way."

USA Today notes that this move will likely not be without controversy. Tech companies targeting children doesn't usually go over very well, and there's a little thing called the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act, which tries to protect against companies mining information from children without parental consent. As long as Google steers clear of that, this could be quite popular amongst parents trying desperately to shield their childrens' eyes from more mature content.

Source: USA Today



Comments (0) | Posted at 07:54PM PST by ClayMeow
In Evolve, Will You Save the Colony or Destroy it?

Turtle Rock's 4v1 shooter Evolve may be strictly multiplayer, but that doesn't mean it can't have a story – or at least some semblance of one. 2K Games has released a new Story Trailer entitled "Evacuation", which shows twelve elite hunters sent to protect a distant colony planet from some deadly monsters. And if you look closely, you may catch a glimpse of a brand new monster, Wraith.

Evolve is scheduled to arrive on February 10, 2015 for PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One. Pre-ordering grants you the Monster Expansion Pack.

Source: Press Release and Steam



Comments (0) | Posted at 06:07PM PST by gebraset
Patriot Reenters the SSD Market with Torch Series

Although Patriot Memory was one of the early pioneers of the SSD market, the memory manufacturer has failed to provide consumers with any of its own SSDs for quite some time. Patriot is apparently looking to change that by reentering the SSD market, thanks to its new Torch series. The latest SSD series from Patriot comes with 16nm Synchronous NAND and features sequential read speeds of 555MB per second and sequential write speeds of 535MB per second.  The Patriot Torch SSD also includes intelligent advanced wear-leveling in order to provide extended reliability.

The latest SSD from Patriot is only available in capacities of 120 and 240GB, comes with a three-year warranty, and can be purchased from retailers such as Amazon.

Source: TweakTown


Comments (0) | Posted at 05:48PM PST by CheeseMan42

YouTube has been forced to update its software due to the overwhelming popularity of the video for Gangnam Style, released by Korean rapper Psy in 2012. The video broke the view counter when it reached 2,147,483,647, the maximum number capable with a 32-bit signed integer. The counter has now been updated to 64-bit and will be able to track views up to 9,223,372,036,854,775,807 which shouldn't be hit for around 4 billion years at the current pace.

Source: Ars Technica



Comments (0) | Posted at 03:15PM PST by Guest_Jim_*

Since the first rumble pack was developed, people have been trying to developer better and more advanced haptic systems to provide users with tactile information. In some cases haptics have even been used for rehabilitation and surgical training. Researchers at the University of Bristol have recently described a way to create 3D haptic shapes, which users can feel in mid-air.

To create these floating 3D shapes, the researchers use ultrasound patterns that combine and cancel out to create air disturbances. These disturbances are invisible but can be felt by a hand entering the projected, haptic shape. To visualize the effect, the researchers aimed the patterns at a layer of oil, showing off the technologies ability to project moving objects and multiple objects at the same time.

Last year some of the same researchers also developed UltraHaptics technology, which could similarly provide haptic feedback in the air, though in that case to identify buttons on a display. This new technology could be used to let surgeons feel diseases, like tumors, by touching haptic recreations from CT scans.

Source: University of Bristol



Comments (0) | Posted at 10:42AM PST by gebraset
COUGAR Unleashes 600K Mechanical Gaming Keyboard

COUGAR, a leading brand in eSports and computer peripherals, has officially launched the 600K mechanical gaming keyboard. The latest input device from COUGAR shares the same design of the previously released 700K, but instead of being fully customizable and extendable, the 600K focuses on a sleek and pure design. The COUGAR 600K features Cherry MX Switches, N-key rollover, a gold-plated USB connector, a USB pass-through, and quick adjustment of the repeat rate of keys. The 600K also features a dedicated key to activate or deactivate the Windows key, multimedia keys, and lighting control for the LED backlit keys.

The COUGAR 600K will be available in all four Cherry MX Switch colors.

Source: Press Release



Comments (0) | Posted at 10:34AM PST by bp9801

It is the middle of the week, with a couple of items to help get you through the day. We have a review of the Thermaltake Versa H34 mid tower case, which offers an affordable price and plenty of possibility for those interested in modding a case. It can also fit a multitude of fans and radiators, so it should appeal to an assortment of people. Our other item for today is a roundup of some of the best tech deals and discounts for students, since it is the holidays after all.

Cases
Thermaltake Versa H34 @ ThinkComputers

Miscellany
Roundup: 18 Student Tech Deals and Discounts @ TechSpot



Comments (0) | Posted at 07:09AM PST by Guest_Jim_*

At times I wonder if we will ever stop finding new uses for graphene. It has previously been found that graphene is impermeable to gases and most liquids, so many expected protons to be blocked, just as hydrogen is. Researchers at the University of Manchester though have found that protons can slip through, which may lead to applications in fuel cells.

Graphene is an atom-thick sheet of carbon with a hexagonal structure to it, like chicken wire. This structure, it turns out is able to block every gas, including hydrogen and helium, and all liquids but water. Protons, which are hydrogen atoms without an electron, were expected to also be blocked, but when the researchers tested it, they found the protons slipped through easily, especially if the temperature was elevated or catalytic nanoparticles covered the graphene film. This ability to let protons but not hydrogen through could also be present in boron nitride, which is also called white graphene, as it has the same structure.

This discovery could have valuable applications with fuel cells, as a replacement to existing proton membranes. These membranes are meant to only allow protons through, but some of the fuel can slip through too, degrading the cell's performance. As graphene even a thin film of graphene would block the fuel, that degradation would be prevented. The researchers point out that graphene could be used to harvest hydrogen from the air, by applying a current to it.

Source: University of Manchester



Comments (0) | Posted at 06:34AM PST by gebraset
Sony Releases Limited Edition PS4 to Celebrate 20 Year Anniversary

In order to celebrate the 20 year anniversary of the original PlayStation, which was released in Japan on December 3, 1994, Sony has released a limited edition PlayStation 4. The latest edition of the Sony gaming console features the same gray appearance that was featured on the original PlayStation, with the controller matching the color scheme as well. A special 20 year anniversary marking has even been placed upon the console, and the old PlayStation logo is present too.

Interested consumers in the United States can purchase the 20 year anniversary model of the PlayStation 4 immediately for $499. This model will likely sell out quick, however, as only 12,300 units have been produced, which are also available to consumers located in Europe and Japan.

Source: CNET


December 2, 2014
Comments (0) | Posted at 09:13PM PST by ClayMeow

Details started to spill last month, and now the time has finally come for the first of six episodes of Game of Thrones: A Telltale Games Series. Entitled "Iron From Ice", Episode One launched today for Windows PC and PlayStation 4, with Xbox One and Xbox 360 versions arriving tomorrow, the iOS version arriving Thursday, the PlayStation 3 version arriving December 9, and an Android version "later this month." A Mac version was supposed to arrive alongside the Windows version today, but has been temporarily delayed while Telltale works on resolving some last-minute issues.

Source: Press Release and Steam



Comments (0) | Posted at 08:53PM PST by ClayMeow
The Desert is Unforgiving in Total War: ATTILA

Back in the beginning of November, Creative Assembly released a cinematic trailer for Total War: ATTILA entitled "The White Horse". So I guess it's only natural that its brand new cinematic trailer is entitled "Red Horse"? The trailer shows "the Sassanid Empire exploiting the confusion around it and striking out in war on its neighbours." Behold the Red Horse:

Total War: ATTILA is scheduled to arrive sometime in 2015, exclusively for PC (Windows and Mac).

Source: Press Release



Comments (0) | Posted at 08:43PM PST by ClayMeow

Ubisoft's MMO-CarPG The Crew has officially released, so of course that means a Launch Trailer:

The Crew is now available for PC, PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and Xbox 360. But if you're looking for reviews, you may have to wait a little while.

Source: Press Release



Comments (0) | Posted at 08:33PM PST by ClayMeow
Infiltrate ACE Chemicals in Batman: Arkham Knight

The highly anticipated Batman: Arkham Knight is still half a year away, but Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment (WBIE) is releasing a series of gameplay videos that feature Batman taking on Arkham Knight's henchmen in the ACE Chemicals plant. The first two videos have already been released. Part One shows off the new Fear Takedown, while Part Two features an epic Batmobile showdown with some drone tanks.

Batman: Arkham Knight will be arriving June 2, 2015, on PC, PlayStation 4, and Xbox One.

Source: Press Release



Comments (0) | Posted at 08:09PM PST by ClayMeow

Roughly six months after its initial release, Ubisoft's beautiful platforming RPG Child of Light has attained profitability. Speaking at the GameON: Finance conference in Toronto, creative lead Patrick Plourde proclaimed that "it's profitable enough that we would have been able to fund a sequel." Ubisoft took a chance on the smaller project because Plourde agreed to be the Creative Director on Far Cry 3. Plourde didn't want to make Far Cry 3 initially, but Ubisoft's upper brass told him that if he helped build that brand, they would give him "a free shot" at the game he wanted to make. Seems like that agreement was a win-win for Ubisoft, as both games enjoyed great critical and commercial success.

At its peak, there were roughly 40 people working on Child of Light, which Plourde said cost "a couple of million" to make. In September, the Child of Light development team was officially established as a core team at Ubisoft Montreal. While Ubisoft's large-scale AAA titles get a lot of heat, its smaller-scale projects like Child of Light, Valiant Hearts: The Great War, and Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon have been universally praised and have enjoyed great success at a fraction of the cost.

Source: GamesIndustry.biz



Comments (0) | Posted at 04:36PM PST by CheeseMan42

Amazon is taking advantage of the acquisition of manufacturer of Kiva in 2012 as part of the holiday shopping season, using robots built by the company to increase efficiency in filling the massive amounts of orders it is receiving. The robots drive around the warehouse guided by tape markers and transport racks of merchandise to human workers who then box and ship the items. The robots cut out several miles of walking per day for employees and also allow for better use of warehouse space as they are able to better maneuver than their human counterparts.

Source: Bloomberg Businessweek



Comments (0) | Posted at 04:25PM PST by CheeseMan42

As part of a GRID Tuesday event, NVIDIA announced the addition of Batman: Arkham Origins and LEGO Batman: The Video Game to its GRID cloud gaming service. The games are available for free to NVIDIA SHIELD users as part of the GRID service and gives them a chance to play popular games on their portable systems. The two games join Batman: Arkham Asylum and Batman: Arkham City, both of which were launch titles for the GRID service.

Source: Press Release



Comments (0) | Posted at 02:18PM PST by Guest_Jim_*

For some people, livestreaming gameplay probably seems like a weird phenomenon, at least until Amazon bought Twitch for almost $1 billion. Then and now Twitch seems to be the primary streaming service, but that may be changing in the future as Valve has begun a Steam Broadcasting beta.

Currently you are only able to view streams in the Steam beta client, Google Chrome, and Apple Safari. That is if you have permission. Under Broadcasting options, the streamer can restrict viewers to friends they invite, require friends ask to watch, allow friends to watch freely, or allow anybody to watch freely. There are also options for video dimensions, bitrate, where to show the viewer's chat, if the desktop is streamed, and if the microphone is streamed. Streams are live only and not archived, but who knows, maybe that will change through the course of the beta.

Starting a broadcast is a little different than other services as it starts when someone chooses to watch, instead of streaming all of the time with people coming and going as they please. You are able to stop a broadcast at any time though, through the Steam Overlay.

Source: Steam Community



Comments (0) | Posted at 09:48AM PST by bp9801

It is a new day with a couple of articles for you to check out, including one that examines a potential problem. The first looks at the Tesoro Excalibur G7NL gaming keyboard, which comes with mechanical switches, backlighting, and onboard memory to save any macros you may create. Our other article takes a look at reported screen flickering with G-Sync displays and what exactly is happening if it occurs.

Keyboards/Mice
Tesoro Excalibur G7NL Gaming Keyboard @ Benchmark Reviews

Monitors
A Look into Reported G-Sync Display Flickering @ PC Perspective



Comments (0) | Posted at 07:32AM PST by gebraset

PasswordBox, a San Francisco-based security company that has introduced innovative technologies like Legacy Locker, secure password sharing, and 1-Tap Login to apps and websites for mobile phones since its launch in June, 2013, has been acquired by Intel. According to a blog post by PasswordBox, the company in the will be fully integrated into Intel Security, a global leader in secure technology. Intel plans to integrate the technology offered by PasswordBox into their own suite of applications and services, providing secure and seamless online experiences for millions of users.

PasswordBox will continue to remain available as is, with Intel Security offering all new and existing customers a premium subscription at no cost as a thank you to for the support that PasswordBox has received. The free premium subscription will remain available to customers until the release of a new product from Intel Security.

Source: PasswordBox Blog







News RSS Feed RSS News Feed


© 2001-2014 Overclockers Club ® Privacy Policy

Also part of our network: TalkAndroid, Android Forum, iPhone Informer, Neoseeker, and Used Audio Classifieds

Elapsed: 0.0264019966