Congratulations to the newest winners! Enjoy your awesome hardware!
I wonder where Apple ranks on this list.
I haven't come across any tech reviews about Super Talent memory kits. I would love to read some about this particular kit.
Man, that really sucks for the original owners. If data has been stolen and used for fraudulent charges, it can sometimes take years to sort out the mess of identity theft. I've never reset tablets or computers to be refurbished, but how hard can it really be? *shakes head*
I commend Google's actions against malware, particularly malware aimed at Android users. They clearly have the clout, money, and resources to help combat malware on a global scale, and it looks like "Bouncer" has been doing a fine job in protecting the Android patrons.
I love the look of the CM Storm Trooper and for $150, it's a pretty good buy. I agree with the comments. Good timing for the 20th anniversary, but also a good marketing move with the recent case releases from other competitors.
As a kid, my parents only bought Sony products because they were the most dependable electronics brand on the market at the time. It really doesn't help Sony that the global economy has been crappy for the past several years. Still, many other tech companies have been able to weather the downturn with fewer losses than Sony. I believe they should bring in an outside firm to help look at ways to turn the company around.
"No one will remember if the game is late, only if it's great." Well said by Jay Wilson. I think Diablo III will be worth the wait. I'd much prefer a game that was released with as few bugs as possible rather than a game needing multiple patching. In any case, I'm pretty sure gamers have plenty of other games to keep them busy until it's officially released. I know I do :)
To get around the storage issue with the iPads, couldn't the students buy the ebooks and access them via the "Cloud"? They can download chapters onto their iPads for faster access, saving storage space for additional chapters from other textbooks.
I commend what Razer has been doing for its customers when such SNAFUs happen. Free stuff is awesome! It drives fan loyalty and markets its reputation as a respectable brand to potential customers/fans.