Monthly Archives: July 2015


New Gigabyte Micro-PC

Gigabyte debuts new BRIX hardware in growing micro-PC market The battle for the spot in our hearts that is just large enough to accommodate a micro-PC has begun in ernest, with a good number of system builders announcing their own miniature hardware. Recently Intel showed off the new lineup of its […]


MSI WindBox III

Even though the micro-PC game seems to only really be heating up at the moment with the introduction of so many different NUC-like devices, some companies have been at it for years already. Take MSI for example, which has offered its Windbox miniature systems for quite a long time. It’s now […]


NRAM

When solid state drives hit the market there was serious concern that the super-quick drives might run afoul of serious reliability problems. In fact, it’s been proven that SSDs are often far more reliable than thought, and will last most users a decade or more. But the fact remains that […]


Mushkin’s new M.2 SSDs

If you need to pack SSD performance into a small form factor, like a compact desktop or ultrabook, you need an M.2 SSD. The only issue is that these drives have tended to cost a bit more than your standard 2.5″ SATA SSD – until now. Mushkin’s new Atlas Vital […]


3D XPoint Memory

3D XPoint memory is up to 1,000 times quicker than current solid state drives Computer storage has been stuck in an innovation rut over the last two decades. While consumer drives have improved immensely, the fundamentals they’re based on haven’t changed. Computers use DRAM for random access memory, paired with either […]


Enable God Mode In Windows

In this tutorial i will show you to enable God Mode. By enabling God mode you can access all your windows setting from one folder and it makes really easy to access and change windows settings. This work 32 as well as 64 bit operating system. So lets enable God […]


Nvidia’s upcoming GTX 950 may have sprung a leak

The battle for prominence in this generation of graphics cards from both of the big manufacturers has been an interesting one. While Nvidia has retained the performance crown, AMD certainly stole the show with its very different take on a contemporary graphics card, the liquid-cooled Fury X. However, while hearts […]


NASA collaborates with UCLA for next-gen Wi-Fi chip

Given how broadly used the technology has become over a very short space of time, it’s easy to forget how much of an impact Wi-Fi has made on devices we use on a daily basis. Being able to access the Internet without being forced to use a wired connection is […]


Micro Lego Computer

Lego might be marketed as a child’s toy, but considering several generations have now grown up with the interlocking plastic blocks, there’s a lot of people of various ages that enjoy playing around with the potential they contain. When it comes to PC and Lego enthusiasts though, nobody goes quite […]