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By Tiffany Marshall On 9 Jan, 2014 At 06:09 AM | Categorized As ROG Fashion, ROG Tech | With 0 Comments

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James Park, the CEO of Fitbit, has announced at CES 2014 that they will be partnering with Tory Burch for a line of accessories including products like pendants, bracelets, etc.  This in an attempt to expand their market and bring fashion to their line of products.  These products will be coming out in the spring, but pricing has not yet been announced.

Currently, there 5 products with different color variations.

Fitbit Force tracks wireless activity and sleep activity for $129.95.  It comes in black or a dark teal.

Fitbit Force


Fitbit Flex tracks wireless activity and sleep activity for $99.95.  It comes in black, dark teal, bright green, and pink.

Fitbit Flex


Fitbit Zip tracks wireless activity for $59.95.  It comes in blue, white, bright green, pink, and black.

Fitbit Zip


Fitbit One tracks wireless activity and sleep activity for $99.95.  It comes in black or burgundy.

fitbit one


Fitbit Aria is a Wi-Fi Smart Scale for $129.95.  It comes in black or white.

Fitbit Aria


By Tiffany Marshall On 9 Jan, 2014 At 06:28 AM | Categorized As News, PlayStation, ROG News | With 0 Comments

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Andrew House, the president of Sony Computer Entertainment, announced at CES that Sony sold 4.2 million PS4s in 2013.

According to these numbers, the PS4 is outselling the Xbox One by 1.2 million units.  Regardless of preferences, the sales numbers for Sony and Microsoft are outstanding.

It’s a great time to be a gamer!

Have you bought one of the new consoles? If so, which one? Let us know in the comments!

No GravatarIn something that took everyone by surprise, the company Ocean Media has been under internet fire lately. The main reason for the combined attack from many outlets is because of a VERY poor decision made by an employee Ocean Marketing, the company who was behind the creation of The Avenger game controller. In what seemed like probably the most ridiculous choice made by someone in the work environment, Paul Christoforo decided to verbally attack a customer of Ocean Marketing’s website.

Known now only as Dave, Dave wanted to inquire on the status of his order for 2 Playstation 3 controllers from their website, with hopes of it arriving before or on Christmas day. When he received a few lackluster responses from Paul, who at the time was responding to Dave’s emails to the company, Dave began to explain his displeasure of the treatment he was getting from Ocean Marketing’s service. To which Paul decided to aggressively respond back to Dave with less then stellar treatment from a company employee.



Having felt insulted and appalled at the response, Dave responded back expressing his anger, demanding he receive the product which he paid for WAY in advanced. Paul had then responded with another aggressive email, almost along the lines of bragging about people he, and/or the company, knew within the game industry, including dropping names like Kotaku, IGN, and PAX. Dave, after recieving the email response, sent over the email chain to Mike Krahulik, the man who runs PAX and the Penny Arcade website. It was at this point the whole situation got as low as it possibly could, to which Paul had continued to go back and forth with Mike on various topics, all leading to Mike posting the craziness on the Penny Arcade website.


After the post went live, Ocean Marketing started receiving huge backlash for the remainder of December 27th. Places like Twitter, Youtube, and even the Ocean Marketing website felt the power of many angry people from the internet. It had even gotten to a point to where not only were multiple Twitter accounts were made from the fallout, but at some point, it was made public that Paul Christoforo was let go from Ocean Marketing.


The whole situation is crazy in of itself. This is a prime example of what NOT TO DO to your customers in any field that you work in. Sometimes, a little common sense can go a very long way, and save you a very big internet flaming headache.


Read the original post from the Penny Arcade Website —