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Logitech's G602 Wireless Gaming Mouse is currently being offered for only $49.99 shipped, this week only, originally priced at $79.99. With up to 250 hours of battery life, G602 redefines the laws of wireless gaming. From the pinpoint accuracy of the exclusive Delta Zero sensor technology to the extra high durability primary switches, you can count on G602 to dominate boss after boss. Product page. Continue reading for a video review and more information.

Notable features:
  • Enduring battery life: Up to 250 hours of non-stop gaming-8X greater than typical wireless performance.

  • Delta Zero sensor technology: Delivers power-saving optimization and high accuracy cursor control.

  • Wireless gaming technology: 2.4GHz connection gives you freedom from cords, clutter and game interference.


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While laptops and tablets offer more portability, to some, there's nothing like plopping down in front of a multi-display workstation for a few hours. These awesome custom creations should definitely whet the appetite of any techie who agrees. Starting off, we have a minimalist setup that features plenty of orange LED lighting illuminating a sleek triple-monitor arrangement. Continue reading for more.

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Logitech's Wireless Combo MK270 is currently being offered for only $17.99, this week only, originally priced at $29.99. With a robust long-range wireless connection and long-lasting power between battery changes, this sleek keyboard and mouse give you the everyday reliability of a corded setup - minus the clutter. Product page. Continue reading for a video review and more information.

Notable features:
  • Reliable 2.4 GHz wireless connection: A tiny Logitech Unifying nano-receiver connects both the keyboard and mouse using just one USB port.

  • Long battery life: Get up to 24 months of keyboard power and 12 months of mouse power without changing batteries.

  • Eight hot keys: Instantly access your movies, music, the Internet, e-mail, volume, play/pause and more.


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You'd think that after a fiery laptop explosion, having it turn on would be the last of your worries. However, this person was in for a surprise when they saw the Dell logo flash after pressing the on button. Let's just hope this person had no troubles recovering whatever may have been on the hard drive. Click here to view the first image in this week's demotivational poster gallery. Continue reading for a viral video a priest with an unexpected talent.

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For those who have tried helping anyone that doesn't really understand how a computer works, some of these things might sound familiar. Starting off, one person's mother said: "It's not turning on now because you downloaded whatever that Firefox thing is". However, most of us know that when things go wrong during hardware failure, nothing we download can fix a broken hard drive, memory, etc. Continue reading for more.

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Kingston's DataTraveler HyperX Predator 1TB USB 3.0 Flash Drive was featured here just over a year ago, but now it's available in stores for a whopping $1000! In addition to its massive storage capacity, or at least for USB drive standards, this HyperX model features a custom Kingston key ring and HyperX Valet Keychain. Product page. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of a reporter who really should not have been so close to an open body of water.

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Back in the early days of computers, getting word out about a new product was much harder than simply clicking a few buttons. This lead to a plethora of magazine ads, and to stand out, some companies went the extra mile to hire professional models, but not all of them turned out as planned. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of an alternate opening scene for the movie "Gravity".

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The first thing that comes to mind when viewing these dusty monstrosities is probably "where were these computers?", as some look to be pulled straight from the battlefield. For example, the top image has graphics cards and wires that are almost completely covered in grime. Click here to view the first image in today's viral picture gallery. Continue reading for a viral video of something you'd never expect to hear on a plane, even in first class.

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In 2011, Honda Motor Corp. recalled 2.5 million cars due to various issues, with the most common being the automatic transmission not properly going into gear, eventually causing the transmission to break down and fail. In addition to having to recall 2.5-million vehicles, many more were lost in overall sales, as the news broke and the public steered clear of possibly getting a vehicle affected by the issues. So what happened? It was a simple computer glitch. One of Honda's technicians made an error while typing the code for the control unit, it wasn't caught before the cars reached the market. Continue reading for more.

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Did you know that Apple had a third co-founder, Ronald Wayne? He worked with Steve Jobs at Atari before he, Jobs, and Wozniak founded Apple Computer on April 1, 1976. Serving as the venture's "adult supervision", Wayne drew the first Apple logo, wrote the three men's original partnership agreement, and wrote the Apple I manual. Wayne received a 10% stake in Apple but relinquished his stock for US$800 less than two weeks later, on April 12, 1976. The failure of a slot machine company that he had started five years earlier also contributed to his decision to exit the partnership. Click here to view the first image in this week's WINS gallery. Continue reading for a mind-bending viral video of contact juggling with rings.

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