TSF Hardware Team’s Recommended Builds – 2014

By on March 1, 2014

Welcome to the 2014 Recommended Build Guide Custom Intel and AMD PC Builds Outstanding Quality, Outstanding Performance, Outstanding Value Revised 1/1/14 and updated regularly! ** Read Here First! ** ** This build … read more →

The Importance of Being Sudo

By on February 15, 2014

I noticed in the forum recently, more specifically in the Mac forum, a question as to why a particular program gave a warning message and asked for a password. This begged the … read more →

Secure your Mobile Life – A Kingston DataTraveler Locker+ G3 Review

By on February 4, 2014

How many flash drives would you say you lose in a year? One? Three? Five? If you answered one or more, how important was the data on the drive? With personal identification … read more →

Google’s Worst Investment Ever!

By on February 2, 2014

Two years ago Google saw an opportunity to purchase a somewhat dwindling company as part of a plan to expand their hardware division of computing. In 2012 Google confirmed that they had purchased Motorola … read more →

AMD Creates Its First ARM Processor

By on January 30, 2014

Advanced Micro Devices has taken the challenge of impressing the world with its very first ARM processor. Competing against Intel, in the desktop and laptop markets, and now Samsung/QUALCOMM, in the processor … read more →

The blurred line between consoles and computers

By on January 26, 2014

In the retro days of gaming, computer games on a PC used to take a long time to install. You had to use a CD, and watch in dribbling anticipation as the … read more →

Four USB Hubs, One Wall Outlet – A RAVPower BOLT Charging Station

By on January 21, 2014

As we leave our desktops and laptops behind, more and more of us are moving to mobile devices. By having mobile devices like smartphones, tablets, and smart watches, we find ourselves looking … read more →

NVidia Unveils the World’s first 192-Core Graphics Chip

By on January 8, 2014

To kick off their CES presence, graphics card manufacturer, NVidia, has created a new type of mobile graphics chip so advanced “you’ll think extraterrestrial life was behind [it]”. Known as the 192-core … read more →

ChromeOS Reaches the Desktop Phase

By on January 7, 2014

ChromeOS, Google’s first attempt at a rival operating system against Microsoft’s Windows and and Apple’s OS X. The ChomeOS is a light weight, Linux based, operating system that does one thing: it … read more →

A Silver Plated Hard Drive?

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As a new year dawns, so does new technology. Seagate, a world leader in hard drive manufacturing, has just announced what they have in store for us at the 2014 CES stage, … read more →

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