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LG Display to use the same OLED technology as Samsung

LG Display and Universal Display Corp. announced this week that the former has licensed UniversalPHOLED technology from the latter. In addition, LG signed a supply agreement with Universal Display under which it will purchase supplemental material from the company. It is noteworthy that Samsung Electronics also uses technologies and materials …

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Apple: Apple Watch will ship in April

Apple announced on Tuesday during its earning call that it will start commercial shipments of its highly-anticipated Apple Watch device in April. While the company will start shipments of its new gadget later than expected, its management believes that the new product will become popular both among end-users and among developers. “Development …

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ASUS STRIX 7.1 headset review

Spacial positioning is very important for gamers. Knowing the exact location of other players can make the difference between winning and losing. Because of this many headset manufacturers add ‘virtual surround sound,’ via their back-end software. This is not good enough for ASUS who went ahead and upgraded its already …

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Intel unveils WiGig-powered 7Gb/s wireless docking tech for mobile PCs

Intel Corp. has formally unveiled its wireless docking technology first announced last year. The new tech will be supported by laptops, tablets and 2-in-1 hybrid systems powered by the company’s next-generation microprocessors code-named “Skylake”. The new tech will rely on WiGig technology and will eventually be accompanied by Rezence, a …

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Cougar 600M Gaming Mouse Review

Today we are going to take a look at one of the latest products from Cougar, the 600M gaming mouse.  Cougar are a fairly new player in the gaming peripheral market, first announcing their range at Computex back in 2013.  We have tested a number of Cougar’s products in the …

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Facebook in big VR hiring spree

When Facebook bought out Oculus VR back in March last year, there was much discussion of how the social network would leave the company to be independent and continue its development alone, much like the social networking giant had done with Instagram and WhatsApp. However that doesn’t mean it can’t …

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ASUS PB279Q 4K Monitor Review

The KitGuru audience is savvy, and based on our research late last year only a tiny percentage upgraded their system to accommodate a 4k monitor. We all want more deskspace and higher resolutions, but pushing 8,294,000 pixels around can demand expensive graphics hardware. There is no doubt that prices are …

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Asustek preps 4K UHD IPS display with Nvidia G-Sync technology

Asustek Computer has announced a new ultra-high-definition (UHD) display for gamers that features a high-quality in-plane switching (IPS) panel along with Nvidia Corp.’s G-Sync technology. The PG27AQ monitor promises to be among the best premium displays for gamers this year. The Asus ROG Swift PG27AQ features a 27” IPS panel with …

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Project Oriolus – what is it?

Two students from Ajdovscina, Slovenia will be starting a project in January called Oriolus on IndieGoGo. Visit the Project Oriolus website over HERE. As you’ll see in our video this is a fun USB gadget for the PC enthusiast that reports CPU and RAM usage with a pair of traditional …

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Steam Machines are dead according to Origin PC CEO

During an interview with GameSpot today at the Consumer Electronics Show Origin PC CEO Kevin Wasielewski revealed his thoughts on the state of Steam Machines and they are not great. He did however have some positive news about Valve’s Steam Controller though, in that it has now been finalized after several iterations and …

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Five display manufacturers commit to FreeSync

The first AMD FreeSync compatible monitors are expected to launch this year and five display manufacturers have already committed to supporting the variable refresh rate technology. LG, BenQ, ViewSonic, Samsung and Nixeus all have FreeSync displays in the works. Confirmed models range in size from a standard 24 Inch size …

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ASUS announces new PA328Q 32in 4K display

Ah CES, the time of year when a journalist’s eyes bleed there’s so much ‘news’ out there and you can’t help but wish your pockets were a bit deeper so you could afford all the new goodies being announced. One such company that’s showing off a lot of new gear …

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Google Cast speaks to your speakers

Google Cast

Today Google announced a new feature called Cast, building upon its existing Chromecast technology. Where Chromecast is specifically for sending video between devices, Cast is going to be used for playing music to compatible speaker systems. It will be possible to send audio from Android, iPhone and iPad devices as well as from the …

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LG debuts 34-inch ultra-wide display with AMD FreeSync

LG Electronics, the world’ largest maker of ultra-wide monitors, has announced the world’s first 21:9 display with beyond full-HD resolution and AMD FreeSync technology. The unique display was developed primarily for gamers and multimedia enthusiasts, but given its unique capabilities, even some professionals may find it useful. The LG 34UM67 …

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LG’s new wireless speakers know when you are nearby

LG H4 Portable

LG revealed some of it’s upcoming “Music Flow” wireless speakers today and while not available until after CES 2015, if you are looking for some cable free music, you might want to hold off for now. There are three versions in the range so far: the battery-powered  Model H4 Portable, the Model HS7 …

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Abyss 1266 Headphone Review

If you were given the task of creating the world’s best headphones how would you do it? American cable experts JPS Labs proposed the same question but took it a stage further by taking the lofty challenge head on. Targeting the wealthy audiophile audience, money was firmly a secondary factor …

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