Monday, December 22, 2014

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Friday, May 16, 2014

ig33ku's: Quick Guide - Antivirus Software

Let’s start this articles off with a question: When did you do a full virus scan of your PC? For most users the answer would be, “I have an anti-virus program installed and it did not detect anything or alerted me that it caught the virus infection.” Unfortunately, anti-virus programs cannot catch every single infected files that pass through your computer. Those files can lay dormant in your drive waiting for you to set it lose with a double click and depending how fast your anti-virus program can react or even still detect the virus it can be over in a few seconds.

In the old days you had only one type of virus where it went out of its way just to corrupt your data but today data theft is a major business and virus have grown to reflect that. To quickly highlight, you have Trojan Horses that make your computer available to the hacker for remote access whether it is to see and record what you are doing or to utilise your computer as zombie in a botnet attack on another computer system.

Then you have Ransomware or Crypto viruses which are viruses that encrypt your documents, photos even music and video files then alerts you with a message that to regain access to these files again you must paid a certain sum to a certain account there then you are given a password or a key file to decrypt your files. Like with most hostage situations it rarely turn out well.

So what protection should you get? The general rule is: paid is best but free is still good. Nearly all users except professional will end using free AV programs even though they started with paid ones because mostly because they do not want to be hassled by a yearly paid subscription. To cover the wider audience we will focus on free AV programs.
When hunting for a good free AV program a user should consider how good are its detection rates and how much system resources the program uses. For determining how effective the detection rate of an AV program you can check out http://chart.av-comparatives.org/chart1.php for the latest scores.

System resources hogging is not really an issue anymore with current computers being quad core systems with 4GB of RAM, for older systems having your AV program lagging your productivity when it scans data from websites and drives can be very annoying. Cloud Protection is something to look into then when selecting an AV program. AV programs like Avira will send all data to its server to scan for infections leaving practically no workload on your computer. The only disadvantage is that if you lose your internet connection you lose your protection. Another consideration is getting an AV program with a minimal interface and avoid those with a lot of fancy animated menus.

Other ways you can try to keep your computer up and running clean is installing Malwarebytes as a secondary, manual AV scanner. Not only does it detect viruses but Malwarebytes specialises in detecting naughty stuff left over after visiting questionable websites.

Another safety precaution is to get a pop-up blocker extension/plugin for your browser. Some questionable website will try to start a virus infection going with pop-up window of an advert. Don’t forgot that you should at least once a month run your AV programs’ Full Scan Mode for any hidden infections, preferably once a week.

On my personal computer I have 360 Internet Security and Malwarebytes which I set aside about one and half hours for the programs to spend scanning (not at the same time) my drives for infections.

Finally, do not rely on Microsoft Defender and Security Essentials as both programs are no longer really supported by Microsoft even though there are updates for them.

Below is a personal detection test I ran of several popular AV programs with the freshest viruses of the day (Feb 20 – Mar 3 2014) plucked from Malware Tips’ Virus Exchange forum.


You can check out the AVs listed here in action on my YouTube channel ig33ku.

Friday, May 2, 2014

ig33ku's: Preliminary Hardware Troubleshooting. With the help of Linus Tech Tips forumers. Update: 07/5/2014

If your PC becomes unstable i.e. freezing, crashing, rebooting, then you can take these primary steps to self diagnose the problem.

Prep:
1. Power off your PC and unplug/remove the HDDS, SSDs, DVD/Blu-Ray ROMs, graphic card (only if you have an APU or onboard graphics), sound card, LAN card and any other cards for that matter. Also, unplug any case except those that are directly cooling components like heatsink/radiator fans.
2. If you have two pieces/sticks of RAM or more remove all except one.

Troubleshooting New Builds or suspected faulty parts:

-Resetting CMOS to Default-
1. Clear your CMOS, check your motherboard manual on how to but the easy way to pop out the battery, pull out your PSU power cable and pump the power button on the casing a few times then put the battery and cable back.

-Checking RAM-
1. a. Get a USB Flash Drive ready and download from http://www.memtest.org the Auto-installer for USB Key (Win 9x/2k/xp/7).
    b. Run the setup.
    c. Boot to USB (check your motherboard manual if you don't know how to boot from USB device, should be F1, F2, F6, F11 or F12).
    d. Run the test for at least 4 passes. The more passes the surer you are it's not the RAM.
    e. Do this for each individually stick of RAM.
    f. If all the RAM passes to your satisfaction, run Memtest one more time with all the RAM installed.
    g. If all RAM sticks passes individually but fail as a group you best bet is to manually set the voltage, timings and speed in the BIOS to force a uniform RAM configuration.

Note: Some motherboards can only run RAM in certain configurations. If your RAM have the same voltage, speeds and timing it is a good idea to run them in dual channel. RAM that do have matching voltage, speeds and timing should be run it single channel. Usually, if you have 4 RAM slots then slot 1 and 3 are dual channel as well as slot 2 and 4. RAM in slot 1 and 2 will run in single channel in a 4 slot motherboard. Running RAM in single channel it is a good idea to set the voltage match the RAM with the highest needs and the speed and timings to the slowest RAM.

-Testing the system-
1. a. Reconnect/install your OS HDD/SSD and boot/install Windows.
    b. If there are no problems install/connect the remaining hardware/parts one by one. If the system fails then the newest installed/connected part is likely the fault and may need to be taken back for warranty.
    c. Make sure to install an Antivirus software before going on the internet and/or connecting an old media storage device to the PC since viruses might be sitting on your old HDD/flash drive.

-Common problems-
1. PC won't turn on even though only there is only motherboard, CPU and RAM are connected.

Check power cable to PSU and check power cable to motherboard. Replace PSU.

2. My PC is beeping.

Check your motherboard manual for type of BIOS it has and refer to this guide http://www.computerhope.com/beep.htm

3. My PC works without the graphic card installed (APU/onboard) but does not with one plugged in.

Check if graphic card fully seated/inserted into slot and check if power cable to graphic card is missing or needed.

4. My LAN/Audio/Graphic is not working.

Use the provided drivers on the CD given with the motherboard/graphic card/sound card. Then download newer drivers from the internet.

5. When accessing/opening files on my HDD my system becomes very slow or crashes.

The HDD maybe failing check the HDD's SMART info. http://crystalmark.info/software/CrystalDiskInfo/index-e.html

6. My HDD light is always on, I can't download or open files and my CPU usage is around 100%.

    a. Possible virus infection, if you can download get an Antivirus and if it can help. I have both https://www.malwarebytes.org/ and http://www.360safe.com/ working together.
    b. If you can't download or your PC is very unresponsive you need access to another PC with an Antivirus that is up to date and scan your HDD on that PC to hopefully cure the infection or at least identify it so you can download toolkits for it.

7. My PC is giving errors/problems, I think it is the HDD but I can't boot to Windows to install a HDD diagnostic tool.

    a. You try Ultimate Boot CD but it requires a little know-how or at least some experimenting to work around the interface http://www.pendrivelinux.com/install-and-boot-ultimate-boot-cd-ubcd-from-a-usb-device/. Or you try (I haven't yet):
    b. Bootmed http://www.bootmed.com/bootmed/ make it USB Bootable http://www.myfixlog.com/fix.php?fid=66
    c. Lenovo Diagnostic http://support.lenovo.com/en_US/downloads/detail.page?DocID=DS028698
    d. Seagate Seatool DOS bootable http://blog.nowherelan.com/2013/04/04/boot-seatools-off-of-a-usb-drive/
    e. Western Digital Data Lifeguard Diagnostic DOS bootable http://support.wd.com/download/notes/DLGDiagUSBInstructionsv3.pdf

8. I have reset or flashed my BIOS to the latest version or but now Windows crashes on the startup logo.

Go to your bios and look under the menu window you should see SATA 1, 2, 3, 4, etc. Select that SATA port that your HDD is mentioned, in that menu see if there is mention of IDE or AHCI. Select and choose the opposite. Save and restart.

9. My PC fans automatically start when turn on the power from the main outlet or PC will not power on.



These problems are usually related to the either motherboard’s chipset or power regulation components failing or a bad PSU. Easiest way to figure out which it is to get hold of a working PSU, if the PC still have problems starting without giving beep errors then it is the motherboard. If you recently suffered a lightning storm or blackout before your PC displayed these problems it can PSU and/or motherboard damage from a power surge through an unprotected wall outlet or telephone line.

Saturday, February 1, 2014

My idealistic socialist society.

1. Free housing (right to have at least a livable room per person, that has cooking, washing and toilet).
2. 3 Meals a day.
3. Free electricity.
4. Free water (daily quota).
5. Free clothing (free daily wear clothes provided that are not fashion brands, 20 sets of each article (shoes, shirts, etc., every year).
6. Free unlimited access to communication network (data, voice and video) ie free internet and phone services.
7. Free public transport.
8. Free education services (schools, university, online courses).
9. Free medical attention and treatment at government (not private ones) hospitals.

After that all other extra stuff (luxary items) you will have to get a job and work for it. If you want to just live and explore yourself intellectually no prob, sit at home and read up. If you want the cars, chicks and drugs you'll need to get a job then :P

Friday, January 31, 2014

Mantle Beta/ BF4 Release - Impressions.

Well Mantle is out, kinda. DICE has enabled it on their patch and will continue to update their renderer with AMD updating their drivers and the Mantle API along the way.

Basically, you are expecting 10%-40% increase in performance depending on system configurations. Expect to see huge performance boost with high end 7000/R9 series card coupled with midrange CPUs/APUs. Once you  reach the high range CPUs/APUs you get around 10% boost.

AMD's Master Plan:

1. Lock in their dominance console hardware market essentially ensuring their presence in the next gen console come 3-5 years.

2. Defeating NVIDIA's performance gains (brute force speed) by software optimisation rendering current NVIDIA's wins moot and turning the game devs to start exclusively build games on AMD's API (linked with point 1).

3. Fortify the low end and mid end CPU market share by draining consumers from the high end segments with longer longevity and better CPU performance. In other words steal gamers from Intel's highly prized high end CPU market to buy their cheaper mid range CPUs allowing them to spend more then on AMD high end graphic card market (Intel gets a double not only in losing i7 users but also their APUs). This also targets the laptop segment.

Well those are my impressions, AMD MAntle is out there to give you a boost in performance with the current gen of AMD products and not with promises of next gen ones. While at the same time crippling Intel's high CPU dominance and any dreams of challenging AMD on APU front and locking NVIDIA out of the graphic card market completely. And this is on the PC front we are not even talking about the console markets and possibly the ARM market (since they are testing the waters with their new ARM servers).

If this takes off just like the 64bit revolution they started all the way back with the Athlons CPUs you will see Intel making compatible GCN APUs sometime in the future.

Sunday, January 19, 2014

CES 2014: The Highs and Lows.

There were some Highs and Lows of CES 2014 expectations that were met and some that we disappointing.

Highs:

1. Mantle - AMD's Mantle API is amazing. AMD has taken Nvidia's innovation of replacing the CPU with the GPU for advance and specialised calculations to the consumer level. In other words, GPU acceleration not in the realm of Super Computer usage but in the realm of gaming something CUDA failed to ignite.

Another thought I was having is that now AMD is entering into the ARM market in the server end, maybe in the future we will be seeing APUs with 12-16 ARM 64bit core with 32-64 GCN cores on our desktops.


Check the video out at 23mins.


Another demo without the lecture.

2. Freesync - You can have dynamic refresh rates for your monitor with the new Display Port 1.4 standard.

3. Trueaudio - Remember how awesome the Creative X-Fi cards were? But since EAX was so expensive for manufacturers to licence to make into their own soundcards game developers stopped adding those effects when everyone used the cheap onboard sound that only had DirectX. Expect the 3D Directional Audio and Environmental Effects back in Trueaudio games.

4. 4K Monitors - Dell providing cheap 4K monitors so if you need one for some good old 4K movie watching or just an awesome cheap monitor with fantastic colour reproduction and crystal sharp image.

Dell 4K Monitors

5. Utraslim Gaming Laptops - Nothing much to say but those skinny chicks are sexy beasts.

Gaming Laptops/Notebooks

Lows:

1. G-Sync - Nvidia is at it again making a Propriety product for should be a common feature. What do I mean? Well look at PhysX, Nvidia hype the hell out of it and it was only a Nvidia card feature. After a year no one really gave a shit because game developers were not going to go through the trouble to make a game that uses PhysX as a gameplay feature. Instead, it was regulated to the eye-candy category of features a game had something no one really cared or wanted except gloating Nvidia fanboys.

G-Sync is the same marketing swill. Nvidia is trying to capitalise early on what's going to be soon a common feature in monitors. Worst, they want you to pay 200 buck extra for it.

Asus G-Sync Monitor

2. Nvidia Game Streaming - Steam is doing it, Sony is doing it, Microsoft is doing it. I don't really give a crap if Nvidia is doing it.

Nvidia Streaming Games

3. Secret Gaming Laptops - Apparently, a few secret gaming laptops 'revealed'. As in they showed you the laptop but told you nothing of the specs. Since, all laptops practically have the same goddamn specs it is just the enclosures/housing and screen quality are different I see no reason to hide the specs.

4. Curved TVs - If it is good enough to watch it flat in the IMAX Cinemas it is good enough to watch it flat at home.

InnerFidelity: CES 2014 BSG Technologies reveel Signal Completion Stage for Headphones



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ig33ku's Quickie - USB Cable/Storage Unprotected.



I wonder why a USB cable can bypass the lock screen and allow a PC to gain access to the phone storage memory.

Saturday, January 18, 2014

Tek Syndicate: The Tek 0092: Net Neutrality - What You Really Need To Know



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CES 2014: My Thoughts.

Well CES 2014 is over much to the sigh of relief to all the tech journalists and although not real groundbreaking news was released some interesting trends and products did surface.

1. Drones/Robots: There were tons of them doing all sorts of things like jumping, 'running', dancing and most importantly flying around with cameras. The last part should interest video content makers on very low budget that want unbelievable aerial views.

DJI Phantom 2

2. Wearables and Fitness/Life Style Monitors: Apparently, we can't get enough of ourselves. It's either that or we don't seem to have the time or mental capacity to manage our time and lifestyles. I joke, but come 5-7 years you will have gadgets all around the house/office or on you consistently reminding you to do things or telling you how you are feeling today.

LG Gear

3. Curved TVs: Big names think they will be the bomb but in honesty the only question we are all asking is: when are we getting under 1K USD 4K OLED TVs running at 60p to 120p?

LG 105" Curved 5K TV

4. 3D Printers: They are under 1K USD now and they rock so hard. If you are a model maker, custom souvenir designer, modder or whatever these printers come in real handy and can earn you big bucks.

3D Printer Roundup

5. External Batteries: Surprisingly, it was not the usual suspects that was also showing off their wears but you got PC brands doing the same! I guess everyone needs a good battery handy.

Patriot Roundup

6. Cars: And finally the thing that really got people clamming about not to mention wish they had money for these prestige badges - cars! Tons of cars, all equally good and equally sexy. Main theme seems to be either smart in the brains or smart in the efficiency. Frankly, I take double helpings of both seeing how the fuel prices are rising here in Malaysia.

Cars

BMW i3

Ford

Toyota

P.S. The reason why I stop labeling the videos from CES 2014 was there were too damn many of them. Working on my review of the Poor Man's Smartphone: Lenovo A369i.

InnerFidelity: CES 2014 Bluesound Streaming Media Products



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Austin Evans: Gaming on Kaveri? AMD A10-7850K & A8-7600



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Friday, January 17, 2014

NCIXcom: Patriot Suite - 1TB Flash Drives, NEW Fuel+ Power Banks, TINY O2G USB Dr...



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relaxshacksDOTcom: Wooden Sailboat Building meets TREE HOUSE DESIGNS?- Free Spirit Sphere T...



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relaxshacksDOTcom: Fully LEGAL 252 Sq. Foot Tiny House in Massachusetts (Cabin-Small Home)



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relaxshacksDOTcom: This Modern 227 Square Foot Charles Eames-style tiny house has it all!



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relaxshacksDOTcom: This woman runs a TREE HOUSE INN in the Berkshires- (Tiny House on a Far...



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HardwareCanucks: SONY CES 2014 - Booth Tour



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InnerFidelity: CES 2014 Chord Hugo DAC Headphone Amp



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Thursday, January 16, 2014

NCIXcom: Liquipel Booth - Waterproof Phone and Stronger Gorilla Glass



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NCIXcom: MSI Systems - TOP SECRET laptop and Sleek Gaming AIOs - CES 2014



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Tek Syndicate: AMD Kaveri, TrueAudio, and Orbis Facial Recognition | CES 2014



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HardwareCanucks: Parrot CES 2014 - Bluetooth ZIK headphones and a drone show



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InnerFidelity: CES 2014 Aurisonics Rockets IEM



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InnerFidelity: CES 2014 Cambridge Minx Air Streaming Speaker



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Oxide Games AMD Mantle Presentation and Demo

AMD Mantle demo - Star Swarm 1080p demo | Engadget



Note at 0:47 mins they are using DirectX only. Then back to Mantle at 1:33.

InnerFidelity: CES 2014 Beyerdynamic T51p Headphones and A200p Portable DAC/Amp



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Wednesday, January 15, 2014

Tek Syndicate: Func HS-260 Gaming Headset | CES 2014



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Tek Syndicate: Cooler Master: Novatouch TKL (Topre) Keyboard, 360 Radiator, New Mice, K...



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tldtoday: iPhone Stun Gun?! 10 Awesome Things at CES 2014!



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HardwareCanucks: Asus CES 2014 - ROG Gaming headset and Front Base



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InnerFidelity: CES 2014 TYLT Backpack for Electronics



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Tekzilla: More New Products from CES 2014: Garmin, Wilson Electronics, TP-Link!



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HardwareCanucks: Bang & Olufsen CES 2014 - Beolab 18 speaker overview



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Tuesday, January 14, 2014

HardwareCanucks: Bang and Olufsen CES 2014 - Beosound ESSENCE overview



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Mobilegeeks.de: Lenovo Thinkpad X240 Review - Best Ultrabook for the Road Warrior? - CES...

LinusTechTips: Dell 4k Monitor Roundup - CES 2014



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Tek Syndicate: Audio-Technica: Gaming Headsets, Audiophile Headphones, & Desktop Mics |...



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HardwareCanucks: Zotac CES 2014 - Steam Machine plus trolling Linus, MKBHD & Austin



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HardwareCanucks: Zotac CES 2014 - Steam Machine plus trolling Linus, MKBHD & Austin




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Unbox Therapy: DJI Phantom 2 + S1000 With Amazing Aerial Sample! (CES 2014)



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LinusTechTips: Sony Head Mounted Display HMZ-T3W - CES 2014



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NCIXcom: Lenovo Y550 4K Gaming Laptop, Oculus HD Prototype, and Gigabyte Brix Pro...



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NCIXcom: Beyerdynamic TINY Portable AMP and New Headsets - CES 2014



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geekbeattv: CES 2014: Samsung Security



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InnerFidelity: CES 2014 Comply OEM Headphone Ear Pads



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LinusTechTips: Tobii Eye Tracking by Steelseries - CES 2014



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Tek Syndicate: Linksys WRT1900AC - Perhaps The Craziest Router We've Seen | CES 2014



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LinusTechTips: 3D Printing Candy with 3DSystems - CES 2014



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Hak5: 3Doodler - The $99 Free Handing 3D Printing Pen!



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Hak5: Parrot AR.Drone Mini



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geekbeattv: CES 2014: Hand-Powered and Solar Devices from Eton



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LinusTechTips: Intel Iris Graphics at CES 2014



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Tech of Tomorrow: Badass Gaming PC Cases & Keyboards - CES 2014 (Thermaltake)



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Tek Syndicate: Mionix - How They Make a Mouse, Sensor Overview, & The Nash 20 Headset | ...



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HardwareCanucks: SteelSeries CES 2014 - Wireless H Gaming Headset (PC / PS4 / XBOX ONE)



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LinusTechTips: General 3D Printing showcase Featuring 3DSystems - CES 2014



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geekbeattv: CES 2014: Flixel and "Living Photographs"



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HardwareCanucks: SteelSeries CES 2014 - Stratus iController and Sensei Wireless Gaming mouse



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Engadget: One Wheel hands-on at CES 2014 | Engadget



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Engadget: Parrot AR.Drone meets MYO Armband at CES 2014 | Engadget



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Engadget: PMD's CamBoard Pico XS at CES 2014 | Engadget



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InnerFidelity: MCES 2014 Polk Heritage Collection Headphones



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Monday, January 13, 2014

HardwareCanucks: Zalman CES 2014 - BlueTooth Audio HPS10BT, Z15 Case and Signal Booster



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HardwareCanucks: Zalman CES 2014 - Reserator 3 MAX Dual, dual blade fans and ZM-GM4 gamin...



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Engadget: The Smart Things House at CES 2014 | Engadget



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LinusTechTips: StickNFind Bluetooth Proximity Detector with Up to 9 Year Battery! - CES...



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geekbeattv: #CESlive: Monoprice is Much More Than Just Cables



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: Seeing the Light with Striker Hand Tools



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macmixing: Samsung Galaxy Camera 2 Hands-On And Overview (CES 2014)



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Austin Evans: Are Steam Machines The Future? Feat. Linus, MKBHD and HardwareCanucks



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: Take the Ultimate Selfie with HISYPIX



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: Document Your World with Narrative



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: Power to Go with Wagan



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: Revolve Robotics - Telepresence on Your Desk



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: iLuv Speakers for 2014



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: TYLT Gear for 2014



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: Great Headphones from Phiaton



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: Your Videos Deserve Elite Screens



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LinusTechTips: Audio Technica ATH-AG1 & ATH-ADG1 Gaming Headsets - CES 2014



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: Gary Shapiro on CES 2014



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: A Better Android Keyboard from SwiftKey



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: The Next Generation of FitBug



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Unbox Therapy: BMW i3 + In-N-Out Burger Test Drive (CES 2014)



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Sunday, January 12, 2014

macmixing: Polaroid Socialmatic Connected 'Instagram' Camera (CES 2014)



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Tek Syndicate: Dell Ultra HD/4K Monitors Starting at $699 | CES 2014



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AVForumsTV: CES 2014: Car Tech - Audi Concept Sport, A3 and S8



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LinusTechTips: Corning Gorilla Glass with Anti-Microbial Agent & USB3 and Thunderbolt F...



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AVForumsTV: CES 2014: Car Tech - Ford



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AVForumsTV: CES 2014: Car Tech - Toyota concept vehicles



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LinusTechTips: Mad Genius Controllers - CES 2014



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: The Sounds of Samson Technologies



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: Get the Perfect Case with MyCaseBuilder



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LinusTechTips: ASUS M70, Transformer P1802 AIO, RT-AC87U - CES 2014



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LinusTechTips: Cooler Master Prototype HAF XC & HAF Stacker Accessories - CES 2014



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LinusTechTips: LG 105" 5K Curved UHD TV, Flexible TV, WebOS Smart TV, Lifeband Touch - ...



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Mobilegeeks.de: LG Ultra PC - 13.3" Ultra PC Ultrabook hands on at CES 2014 [ENG]

LinusTechTips: ButterFly Labs Mining Cards and Bitsafe Hardware Wallet - CES 2014



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Android Central: ZTE Nubia 5S and 5S Mini hands-on



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Mobilegeeks.de: LG Tab-Book 2 Haswell Slider Hands On - CES 2014

Mobilegeeks.de: LG Tab-Book 2 11T540 11.6" BayTrail Slider Hands On - CES 2014

macmixing: Sony 4K Handycam Hands-On And Overview (CES 2014)



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LinusTechTips: Linksys WRT-1900AC Open Wireless Router - CES 2014



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LinusTechTips: BMW i3 Connected Drive - CES 2014



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LinusTechTips: ASUS Poseidon GTX 780, Thunderbolt 2 & SATA Express Showcase - CES 2014



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LinusTechTips: Cooler Master Elite 110, Novatouch TKL Topre Keyboard, Alcor & MIzar Mic...



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Marques Brownlee: Best Cars of CES 2014!



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LinusTechTips: Senneheiser G4ME One & Zero Headsets & HD6 Mix, HD7 DJ, and HD8 DJ Pro H...



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Saturday, January 11, 2014

Hak5: Finsix - The Small Lightweight Laptop Power Supply



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Hak5: Skybell - The Wifi DoorBell Webcam



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LinusTechTips: Thermaltake 5yr Warranty Key Switches and Urban T81 + Core V71 Cases - C...



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NCIXcom: Galaxy S5 iris scanner, 64 bit Android - Netlinked Daily feat. MKBHD!



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Engadget: Best of CES 2014: Oculus Rift 'Crystal Cove' Prototype | Engadget



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: Ralph Cirella of Geektime on Sirius 101



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geekbeattv: CES 2014: Program Your Fitness with iFit



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Engadget: Eye Lock Myris hands-on at CES 2014 | Engadget



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Hak5: MiiPc - A Family Android PC With Gaming Controller Support



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Android Central: First look: Audi's Android-powered Smart Display



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Tech of Tomorrow: iOS Gaming? SteelSeries Stratus iOS 7 Wireless Gaming Controller Hands O...



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geekbeattv: CES 2014: Blue Microphones Introduces Mo-Fi Headphones



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NCIXcom: EVGA Torq X10 Gaming Mouse, Hadron Hydro Case, 780 Ti Kingpin - CES 2014



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Engadget: Lumus' Latest Wearable Computer at CES 2014 | Engadget



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Android Central: Oculus Rift has a smartphone-based VR cousin called Dive



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geekbeattv: CESLive: BlueFlame's Conductive Charging for iPhone



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TechExamined: CES 2014 WITH SCOSCHE



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TechExamined: CES 2014 WITH ELEMENT CASE



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Hak5: Revolv Smart Home Automation Solution - CES 2014



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Android Central: Clarion AX1 car stereo with SwiftKey keyboard



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mobileburn: Sony Xperia Z1s teardown demo: disassembled device reassembled in 30 min...



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Engadget: Fleksy Keyboard on Samsung's Galaxy Gear at CES 2014 | Engadget



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HardwareCanucks: Patriot CES 2014 - Battery packs, USB 3.0 "SSD" (not really)



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geekbeattv: CES 2014: Meizu MX 3 Phone



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geekbeattv: #CESlive: Pelican Imaging Captures Your 3D Life



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LinusTechTips: Gigabyte External Graphics Card, Dual Thunderbolt 2 Motherboard & MORE! ...



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macmixing: CES 2014: uNu Aero Wireless Charging Battery Case & Ultrapak Overview



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MAKE: Geeks in Line Getting Coffee: Arduino's Massimo Banzi at CES 2014



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Engadget: MakerBot CEO Bre Pettis interview at CES 2014 | Engadget



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macmixing: CES 2014: OtterBox Symmetry Series For iPhone 5/5s/5c And Galaxy S4



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geekbeattv: #CESlive: Scan Your World with a Structure Sensor



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: Pelican's Cases for Phones and iPads



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geekbeattv: #CESlive: Watching the Skies with Celestron



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HardwareCanucks: VALVE CES 2014 - A Moment with the Steam Controller



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geekbeattv: #CESlive: Newest Ways to Track Your Fitness from Fitbit



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Engadget: Engadget's Best of CES 2014 award winners



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geekbeattv: CES 2014: Thinium, the World's Thinnest Charger



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geekbeattv: CES 2014: myCharge Batteries for 2014



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geekbeattv: #CESlive: Bluetooth Earbuds from Jaybird



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HardwareCanucks: DELL CES 2014 - 4K 28" Panel for ONLY $699



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geekbeattv: #CESlive: Nikon's Cameras for 2014



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geekbeattv: CES 2014: Your Photos Where You Want Them with Lyve



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mobileburn: Tablo streams live TV and DVR to Android or iOS, Apple TV, Roku, and Chr...



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: Sphero's Newest Tricks



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NCIXcom: 4K Surround on Quad SLI Titans, Tegra K1 driving an Audi - Nvidia at CES...



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HardwareCanucks: Alienware CES 2014 - Steam Machine



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Engadget: Reebok's Checklight head impact monitor at CES 2014 | Engadget



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: Robots to Wash Your Windows from Ecovacs



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geekbeattv: CES 2014: Finding Your Way with Schwinn CycleNav



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: What's New at Brookstone?



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: MakerBot's New Replicator Line



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geekbeattv: #CESLive: New Android Phones from ZTE



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