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Windows 10 the Last Version of Windows? Not So Fast.

"A multitude of tech sites are breathlessly reporting that Windows 10 will be the last version of Windows. These claims are based on a brief comment from developer evangelist Jerry Nixon while speaking a Microsoft Ignite session on "Tiles, Notifications, and Action Center." However, as Paul Thurrott points out, you probably shouldn't take this news too seriously. Windows development has been changing for the past several years..."

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LG Profit Plunges

"LG Electronics has seen its quarterly profit plunged 59 percent as losses from TVs offset gutted improvements to its smartphone business..."

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Internet Customers Surpass Cable Subscribers At Comcast

"The Internet is taking over television. That shift is occurring at Comcast, where the number of people who subscribe to the company's Internet service surpassed its total video subscribers for the first time during the second quarter this year. Announced in an earnings call on Monday, the development signals a major turning point in the technological evolution sweeping across the media business, as the Internet becomes the gateway for information and entertainment..."

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Video Review #1682: SilverStone Tundra TD02-E Liquid CPU Cooler

Like the original TD02, the SilverStone Tundra TD02-E Liquid CPU Cooler offers excellent performance at an affordable price, but is more compatible. It comes with two 120mm fans, an aluminum radiator, rubber tubes, a great pump and sweet copper waterblock.

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Video Review #1681: Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV ITX Case

Like the original EVOLV, the Phanteks Enthoo EVOLV ITX Case carries over many of the same looks and features, just in a smaller package. It has ample room to work, long video card support, fits tall coolers, fan potential, very water cooling capable, affordable and sharply styled.

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Video Review #1680: SilverStone PS11 Case

SilverStone PS11 Case comes in two different versions, the PS11-Q, which has a plastic front and the PS11-W, which has a mesh front. Depending on which style you like they have lots of features, plenty of cooling potential, room for long video cards, tool-design for installing drives and more. It's a great case for a super affordable price!

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Video Review #1679: Nanoxia Deep Silence 6 Case

The Nanoxia Deep Silence 6 is one of the largest full tower cases on the planet. If you're in the market for a massive, stylish, quiet, and feature rich case with provision for water cooling, this just might be it. It really has hardcore, enthusiast written all over it!

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Kids playing adult computer games will be taken into care

"A club for school principals in Cheshire who have lost all sense of perspective have threatened to alert social services if children are found to be playing adult rated computer games."

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Video Review #1678: Antec P70 Case

Sub $100 cases are all the rage today and the Antec P70 Case falls smack-dab into that category. It's nicely styled, ample drive bays, roomy, 3-fan speed controller and is affordable.

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Video Review #1677: Asustor AS5002T 2-Bay NAS

The Asustor AS5002T NAS is outstanding. This model only supports up to 2 drives, has 3 USB3 ports, 2 USB2 ports, 2 eSATA ports, HDMI 1.4a and more. You can get an optimal remote or a keyboard and mouse. This NAS is perfect for home or small business filer server. It would also be sweet with Kodi or Plex installed for a HTPC setup.

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Video Review #1676: SilverStone Strider Gold S Series ST75F-GS V2 750W Power Supply

Like v1, v2 of the SilverStone Strider Gold S Series ST75F-GS 750W Power Supply simply rocks. v1 was compact, but v2 is 10mm shorter which is insane considering it's fully modular and 80 Plus certified. This is 'the' PSU for a KICKASS Small Form Factor build!

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Video Review #1675: EVGA TORQ X5 Gaming Mouse

The TORQ line is currently available in 3 models; the X3, X5 and X10. So the X5 is a middle of the road Gaming Mouse from EVGA. Thus, it's priced fairly with essential features, but performs well. One glance and you'll agree it looks sharp, packs a 6,400dpi optical sensor, has 8 programmable buttons, a long braided cord and great software.

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