Tesoro Technology USA Inc., a manufacturer of high-tech gaming products, today unveils the Tesoro Excalibur RGB LED backlit mechanical keyboard with a 16.8 million color palette.

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The biggest day for eCommerce is just around the corner.  According to Forbes, last year alone, Cyber Monday continued to make history by increasing 18.2 percent compared to Cyber Monday 2012. If scoring great deals was the most exciting part of your shopping experience on Cyber Monday last year, why not get in on the real action? Here are five reasons you should jump-start your own eCommerce business on the biggest online shopping day of the year. It’s the best day to build your email subscription list by taking advantage of the traffic Cyber Monday brings massive spikes in traffic to...
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One of the proudest moments in any tech hound’s life is when he considers his gadget “completed.” There’s nothing wrong with simply unboxing your latest purchase and calling it a day, but this is just not enough for accessory addicts. For some, the true thrill lies in finding accessories to snap on, download, or plug in. For others, the journey is more about the functionality of the device, tailor-fitting the product to meet your specifications and particular needs. High-tech retail accessories fill every store shelf, and they’re often placed beside colorful phone cases or laptop pads. How do you sift through the pile and select the accessories you really want? Read on for a few considerations in your accessorizing adventure. Aesthetics...
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Consumers are moving from cash based payments to the digital age. Businesses are hard pressed to move in the same direction and provide them a better customer experience. Changes must happen in how small and medium enterprises handle these customers to keep up with this growth. Otherwise, online retail stores can take the slack and gain a bigger customer base in the process. According to a CreditDonkey survey in 2012, most shoppers preferred electronic payment over cash. 22 percent of 1,200 customers in the US pay in cash for in-store purchases. Only 1 percent pay either with checks or prepaid cards. In comparison,...
Tech|Inferno forum user kloper just put up a very nice step-by-step guide on how to get an external e-GPU functioning on a 2013 11″ MBP. Check out the source link below and head on over to our forum to read the entire guide.

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Who didn’t see this coming from a mile away? Unsurprisingly, Microsoft has barely mustered enough demand to sell 900,000 units of the Surface since its debut last October. With such weak demand, especially for the Surface RT, Microsoft is slashing prices by 30 percent in hopes of making the device more appealing to consumers that may have held off due to the price.

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Tech|Inferno is looking for a couple enthusiastic writers that share our passion for technology. Currently we are seeking candidates that will be able to post up to 5 articles per day that are related to subjects that Tech|Inferno routinely covers. 

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After Microsoft’s flip flopping about the XBOX One’s DRM policy, we decided to post an unscientific poll to see what Tech|Inferno visitors thought of each console and which they planned to purchase if any at all.

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NVIDIA is showing off its SHIELD at select movie theater’s in New York and San Francisco Bay Area. If you plan to catch a movie and live nearby then it might be worthwhile to give it a try and see what you think. Read on for the details and locations of where you can try out SHIELD.

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AMD today announced the initial lineup of keynote speakers for the 2013 AMD Developer Summit, APU13. The third annual three-day event will be held in San Jose, Calif., Nov. 11-14, 2013, where AMD and industry leaders will delve into key market trends regarding next generation software and computing experience development, the emerging Heterogeneous System Architecture (HSA) standard, and the latest in the use of industry-standard application programming interfaces such as OpenCL™, Microsoft DirectCompute and C++ AMP.

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