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CES 2017 coverage by Computer Studio

Computer Studio covers the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Showing the latest technology and exhibits at CES 2017. This Year the event shows VR maturing, automotive technology advancements and the big ones being the “Internet of... read more

CES 2016 coverage by Computer Studio

Computer Studio covers the 2016 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Showing the latest technology and exhibits at CES 2016. This Year the event shows virtual reality entering the market space. Car automation and in car technology emerging to bring mobile... read more

Steam controller on PC review

Valve has finally released the elusive Steam controller, and we can’t wait to get our hands on it. We originally pre-ordered the controller once it was available in the Steam store for $50 and almost forgot all about it until it showed up in the mail last week.... read more

You can now insure your drone just like a car with

Owning a drone is sometimes a harrowing experience all by itself, but it can be downright agonizing if your robotic pride and joy gets into an accident. It’s not like you’re likely to replace an expensive 4K drone on a whim, after all. However, AIG thinks... read more

Future ATM’s might scan your eye instead of using a PIN

The Wall Street Journal reports that Citigroup Inc is testing a pair of newfangled ATM formats from Diebold that will scan customers’ eyeballs with smart phones rather than require PINs. The first concept, dubbed “Irving”, scans their irises instead... read more

Delivery “Drones” are now driving on sidewalks

While companies like Amazon and Google are betting on airborne drones for the future of delivery, two of the founders of Skype are taking a more pedestrian approach. They’ve created a company called Starship Technologies, and its eponymous robots are autonomous... read more

“Next-Gen” Anti-viruses might not need to update

Antivirus and malware protection programs are great, but they have a fatal flaw: they can only protect your PC from threats they know about. It’s not a terrible problem, but it gives attackers a brief window of opportunity to harm your computer every time they... read more

NES game collecting makes awesome desk art!

We finally got our copy of NES Star Voyager Revision A released in 1987 with the rare black seal. The game was purchased because we had the desire to grab a piece of gaming history and awesome desk art here at Computer Studio. The game was purchased with a few key... read more

CES 2014

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E3 2014

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Kevin Shirzadian

Mr. Shirzadian is a responsible member of the community and founder of Computer Studio Inc. thoroughly focused on improving the business systems landscape with impeccable, personalized support that empowers partners and clients. From the beginning Mr.... read more

Hooman Shirzadian

Mr. Shirzadian is a responsible member of the community and founder of Computer Studio Inc. thoroughly focused on improving the business systems landscape with impeccable, personalized support that empowers partners and clients. From the beginning Mr.... read more


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