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Everyone is a hacker it seems

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While the corporate world and our governments talk about the dangers of hacker and the evil they represent we find that it is also a favored tool of companies and even new agencies! It was not all that long ago…

You really can find everything on Google

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As the BlackHat conference kicks off in Vegas we hear rumors that some of the global Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) hardware is vulnerable over the internet. Although this is really nothing new what is new is that you…

AMD's Octo-Core Bulldozer could go for $300

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With AMD’s 8-Core Bulldozer getting ready to hit the streets we now find that we may have a potential price for this new CPU from AMD. According to a contest being held by AMD for fans in the US and…

Console games are getting shorter and shorter?

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If anyone has ever really thought that console gaming is better than the PC then here is one to put a nice monkey wrench into that thought machine. As we see the installers for PC games getting larger and extending…
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It looks like the days of free internet TV are coming to a close as the big media companies work to push people back to the tether of cable or other pay services. This should not come as a shock…

Kingston's Wi-Drive launches in the US

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Kingston’s Wi-Drive hits the retail and e-tail stores in the US today. With the low price of $130 this new device for the iPod, iPhone, and iPad (probably a contractual item) will be followed by one for the Android later…

Apple Macbook batteries vulnerable to hack

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Anyone remember Charlie Miller? He is the guy that has hacked more than his share of Apple products (and won a few PWN2Own contests). Well Charlie is back; this time he has found a hole in Macbook Batteries that can…
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Not all that long ago AT&T announced that it had plans to merge (buy) wireless company T-Mobile. This was not terribly shocking news as T-Mobile is one of the only competitors in the market that is using the same GSM…

The Quarterly Earnings Calls Start. Some good Some bad

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So today most of the big companies had their quarterly earnings calls. We heard from Intel, Microsoft, Apple, and many others.  Most had both good news and bad some of this was surprising, some not so surprising. Despite assurances that…

Chicken Little tells us Lion kills our NAS devices

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You may have heard that Apple’s new OS, Lion is making all of the NAS appliances incompatible. Well, we can tell you that the reports of these appliances demise have been greatly exaggerated. In fact three days before the launch…

Anon goes legal? Well legal action any way... Featured

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In what is a rather interesting move for the mischievous group known as ANONYMOUS we are hearing they are working to file a real, legal class action law suit against what they are calling “private Federal Reserve Bank and it's…

Decryptedtech Gets a New Forum

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When we first thought about launching Decrypted Tech, we wanted to offer our readers a different experience. Unfortunately we were also a little limited on funds. As such we moved forward with what we had and what we could build…

A Contest, a new Contest! Featured

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OK I have been promising this for some time now and it is about time that I got moving on it. Decryptedtech is having another giveaway. After the response we got from the 6950 giveaway (where we made you work…

We have a winner... finally Featured

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After a few unfortunate delays and incidents we are finally able to close out this contest and announce the winner of the Asus EAH6950 Voltage Tweak Edition GPU. Congratulations Stu Lowe who guessed closest to our final overclock on the…

Asus EAH6950 Voltage Tweak Edition Give Away Featured

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Ok so here is the deal. Asus has sent us a couple of GPUs. One an EAH6870 Direct CU is for review and testing. The other an  EAH6950 Voltage Tweak Edition is for us to give away to one of…

Help Decryptedtech choose the games used for GPU reviews Featured

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Not too long ago while working on a GPU review I ran into an issue with a benchmark. Well per my usual policy I contacted the manufacturer and explained the situation. I was a little surprised at part of their…

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