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Chris Aarons Leaving AMD, Starting Word of Mouth Marketing Firm

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Editorial, Features, PC / Laptop

I imagine that just about all our readers might be a bit puzzled at the headline, or why it is relevant. This post is more of a behind-the-scenes look at something we deal with on a daily basis here at Gear Live. You see, we get multiple inquiries, phone calls, and emails per day from marketing and PR firms who want our attention. The thing is, most don’t know how to approach us in a way …

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Dealighted Finds Best Deals on the Web

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Hot Deals, Internet

This is a sponsored post via ReviewMe, but all opinions are our own:

We know that the gadget habit can get expensive fairly quickly - trust us, we know. This is why we like sites like Dealighted. We just found out about this site, which is a tool that aggregates and arranges deals from all over the Internet in one place. They get about 650 or so new deals posted per day, and they actively monitor …

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Vonage Can’t Get Around Verizon Patent - What Now?

Vonage ScrewedSo, it looks like things are going from bad to worse for VOIP phone company Vonage. Last week, a judge ruled in favor of Verizon citing that Vonage was infringing upon Verizon’s patented Internet phone technology, which lays out methods for getting calls to go between the Internet and conventional phone networks. The ruling was that Vonage was banned from signing up new customers, …

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Unboxing the HP Pavilion TX1000

We recently got our hands on the HP Pavilion TX1000 Entertainment Notebook, which in and of itself is a mouthful, and decided we would hook you guys up with another Unboxing gallery. This is one of the biggest galleries we have done, as we have forty-six images of the TX1000 for your vicarious viewing enjoyment. Unboxing the HP Pavilion TX1000 took us quite a while to complete, but when all was said and done, we walked …

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Breaking: Apple Delays Leopard Until October Due to iPhone

iPhoneFor those who were waiting with baited breath for the launch of Mac OS X Leopard at the Worldwide Developer’s Conference in June, you are going to have to wait a bit longer. Apple just dropped a bombshell, claiming that, despite their promise that they would ship Leopard this spring, we won’t be seeing it on Apple Store shelves until October 2007. The reason for the delay? One word: …

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iriver clix gen 2 Now Available

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Portable Audio / Video

iriver clix gen 2

We know a lot of you are big fans of the iriver clix, which we thought had one of the best UI designs we have seen on a DAP. Well, we just got word from iriver that what was previously known as the clix2, and will now be known as the iriver clix gen 2, is now available for purchase …

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Apple 8-Core Mac Pro Shipping

Posted by Andru Edwards Categories: Apple, PC / Laptop

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A few days ago, Apple announced that the Mac Pro would now become available with dual Quad-Core Intel Xeon Clovertown processors, each running at 3.0 GHz. We have received reports from readers who ordered the octo-core Macs that they have received shipping notifications. So why aren’t we more excited? Well, the price difference between the 3.0 GHz quad-core Mac Pro and the 3.0 GHz 8-core Mac Pro is $700. However, …

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