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NVidia Announces New Game Bundle, MGSV: The Phantom Pain

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: July 24, 2015

In anticipation for the upcoming release of Metal Gear Solid V: The Phantom Pain on PC, NVidia has announced that they are bundling the latest iteration of the game with every purchase of new GeForce graphics card. Under the “Game Like a Boss” bundle program, consumers will get a free vouchers/download code for MGSV: The Phantom Pain with every purchase of a participating NVidia graphics card and select GeForce 970M/980M-powered notebook PCs. GeForce GTX 980 Ti GeForce GTX 980 GeForce GTX 970 GeForce GTX 960 GeForce GTX 980M GeForce GTX 970M NVidia’s new game bundle is only on a “while…

Smart Pricing is such a pain..

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: December 7, 2005

Have you ever looked at your Adsense account and see the clicks going up but the dollar figures sliding down? If you used to get $10 per 100 clicks and now still seeing somewhere in the range of $12 for twice that number of clicks, then you're inflicted with the rare common virus called Smart Pricing. Smart pricing is basically getting paid lower than usual because the click did not covert or did not result into a sale for the advertiser. It comes in a time when you are seeing really good upward results in your daily/weekly revenues only to…

Google Drive now offers lower monthly storage plans

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: March 14, 2014

Companies and individuals who are relying heavily on Google Drive can now avail higher storage plans at a lower price, starting at $1.99 for a huge 100GB. Google Drive now offers lower monthly storage plans starting at $1.99 for 100GB (previously $4.99), $9.99 for 1TB (previously $49.99), and $99.99 for 10TB. 20TB and 30TB storages are also available for $199.99/month and $299.99/month, respectively. For light users, their 15GB remains free. The new offer undercuts popular competition like Dropbox's free 2GB and $9.99/month 100GB, Box's free 10GB and $5/month 100GB, and OneDrive's free 7GB and $50/year ($4.17/month) 100GB. {via} {source}

Nepal gets Battery-Powered Cars

Relevance: 69%      Posted on: May 27, 2008

Shree Eco Visionary (SEV) of Nepal has developed battery-powered vehicles from ordinary car batteries. All the more we should be convinced that high-tech innovations can be developed via low-tech means. Their 3-wheeler electric vehicles have been plying the streets of Kathmandu on AC power since 2004. The vehicles run on 2 packs of 6 batteries -- one on the front and another at the back side. The charger can be hooked up on regular house sockets (15 amps) for around 7 to 8 hours. Speed can reach up to 70 kmph. Power consumption costs about $2.50 per 60 km. Equivalent…

Microsoft blames Netbooks for lower revenues

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: January 23, 2009

The last quarter numbers from Microsoft are out and it's not looking very good. As such, Microsoft has announced it will lay off 5,000 workers in the next 18 months including the 1,800 it sent out the door earlier today. The reason -- Microsoft says it's partly due to netbooks. Revenue growth was driven primarily by increased SQL Server and Windows Server revenue and increased Xbox 360 platform revenue, substantially offset by decreased revenue from Windows operating systems as a result of PC market weakness and a continued shift to lower priced netbook PCs. Revenue growth included a favorable impact…

Huawei Honor 6 Plus gets later release, lower price

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: May 6, 2015

We've reported just yesterday that the Huawei Honor 6 Plus will be arriving tomorrow, May 7, 2015, for Php17,990. It seems like plans have changed as they sent out an invite for a latter release with a slightly lower price tag than previously mentioned. Huawei Honor 6 Plus specs: 5.5-inch Full-HD IPS display, 1920×1080 pixels @ 401ppi 1.8Ghz HiSilicon Kirin 925 octa-core processor Mali-T628 MP4 GPU 3GB RAM Expandable 32GB internal storage Supports up to 128GB via microSD card 4G LTE Cat.6 300Mbps/50Mbps Dual-SIM, Dual-LTE WiFi 802.11 b/g/n Bluetooth 4.0 LE, A2DP EDR NFC GPS w/ A-GPS, GLONASS FM Radio Dual-8MP…

Water-Powered Cell Phones

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: October 15, 2007

Here's one indication that water will be a more expensive commodity in the future -- water-powered batteries for the mobile phones. Korea mobile manufacturer, Samsung, has recently unveiled at the 2007 Korea Electronics Show a new source of fuel-cells. The new fuel cell, powered by H2O, could power a handset for 10 hours -- almost twice as long as current rechargeable batteries. These water-powered handsets are expected to hit the market by 2010. Users will only have to change the hydrogen cartridge when the energy is depleted. Isn't that gonna be costly? However, they add that later handsets will be…

HP Slatebook now official, 14-inch Tegra-powered Android laptop

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: June 2, 2014

After its brief appearance on HP’s official website back in April, the company has now formally unveiled the HP Slatebook – a 14-inch laptop which runs on Android Jelly Bean and is powered by NVidia Tegra 4 processor with 2GB RAM and up to 64GB of on-board storage. HP Slatebook specs: 14-inch Full-HD display, 1920x1200 @157ppi 1.9GHz NVidia Tegra 4 quad-core processor NVidia GeForce GPU 2GB DDR3L RAM Expandable 16/32/64GB internal memory HP TrueVision HD front-facing camera WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Miracast support Bluetooth 2x USB 2.0 + 1x USB 3.0 HDMI 1.4 4x Beats speakers Android 4.3 Jelly Bean The…

Atom N550 to bring sexy back to netbooks

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: August 24, 2010

Intel just announced a new Atom N550 processor with dual-core and hyper-threading (4HT) that might just bring sexy back to netbooks. While this is not the first dual-core Atom processor by Intel (Atom N330 was used in an Asus Eee PC 1201N netbook), it could be the one that will be widely used on upcoming netbooks. The two cores run at a much lower clock-rate at 1.5GHz but over-all TDP is lower at just 8.5W. The Atom D510 (for nettops) is 13W and while the Atom N330 is only 8W, it does not include the power consumption by the graphics…

Nikon Coolpix L610: AA powered Point-and-Shoot

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: August 12, 2012

Since the birth of battery packs, AA-powered gadgets (especially cameras) have been a thing of a past. Although it's still debatable if it's easier to find a wall outlet to charge your gadget or to find a store to purchase a new set of fresh batteries, battery packs trumps over the AA batteries. But for those of you who still prefers AA-powered camera, then Nikon might have something to tickle your fancy. The Nikon Coolpix L610 is an entry-level Point-and-Shoot which has a pretty decent features for its price. It features 16MP BSI CMOS sensor and ISO range of 125-3200…