Digital Storm announces their new Hailstorm II gaming computer


Digital Storm has announced their Hailstorm II Gaming PC, a massive new build which promises to be unlike anything enthusiasts have seen before. Featuring an advanced liquid cooling system paired with three front intake fans as well as the modularity to fit up to 15 fans, the system defines cool, stable performance. For those seeking maximum expansion, the aluminum chassis harbors up to 10 expansion slots, nine hard drives or SSDs with three hot-swap mounts, four 5.25" optical drive bays, and both 2x USB 3.0 ports and 4x USB 2.0 ports. For maximum power within this beast, it has the ability to install two power


Hardware, Rumors, Software Programs

Rumor Roundup for the Nexus 5: More Megapixels, More Everything


Although a new Nexus branded smartphone device from Google is not expected until the October this year, it has not stopped the proper barrage of rumors. New salvo from two sources is predominantly about the camera technology involved: one mentions the 16MP camera sensor by OmniVision, which we talked about last year, that is actually able to record a ludicrous 4K Ultra HD (3840×2160 pixels) video at 30fps, and the other one claims that it is rather a Nikon camera technology on board, with some sort of a ?triple sensor? array. The first source does sound more like wishful thinking than a real deal, not


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Rumored Motorola ?X Phone? Might Not Be a Single Device


In recent months, there were plenty of rumors surrounding the future of the fallen Motorola Mobility and their role in the overall smartphone market. Being purchased by Google for $12.5 billion USD a year ago did not exactly help them in the transition: mid-August last year they announced a cut in workforce by 20% and closure of one third of the offices. Recently they announced that 10% more of the workforce will have to be laid off. There are glimpses of light at the end of the tunnel for the company (and hopefully that is not a train), and it is all led by the


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TCL Publishes Exclusive Iron Man 3 Trailer


In an attempt to launch themselves into the US market starting from the high-end, TCL, a Chinese TV maker, has posted an Iron Man 3 trailer from Marvel that includes TCL prominentely featured. TCL has already bought the naming rights to the Mann Chinese Theater in LA which is now known as the TCL Chinese Theater. Admittedly, this is a great marketing opportunity for TCL to get people to recognize the brand name and to familiarize themselves with the American market. By launching their 4K TV in the US, TCL is showing themselves as a quality brand and trying to push themselves as a premium