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Unlocking of cellphones became illegal in U.S. on January 26th
The 26th January saw that the unlocking of cellphones or tablets is considered as a crime in the United States. This started in October 2012 when the Librarian of Congress laid down the rule in Digital…
Mozilla developer testing Firefox browser for Ouya Console
The open source browser Firefox is being tested on Ouya, an open source cube-shaped console by Mozilla. Mozilla’s mobile platform engineer Chris Lord mentioned it on Ouya’s forum that they’re finding what is needed to make…
Lenovo considering takeover bid of BlackBerry maker RIM
Lenovo is thinking of buying Canadian based Blackberry maker RIM. It’s confirmed by a top executive of Lenovo that the Chinese based company is considering to acquire RIM in the future and revealed that there were…
Cisco’s Home Networking Business Unit gets sold to Belkin, includes Linksys
Belkin have laid out plans to acquire Cisco’s Home Networking Business Unit, which will include Linksys and all of their products and employees. Belkin will continue to maintain the Linksys brand and will honour any warranties…
Google dominate the mobile apps market in the US
Another win for Google today, with the latest data from comScore showing that they have incredible power in the mobile apps market in the United States. Out of the top 10 mobile apps in the US,…
Microsoft rumored to pour billions into Dell buyout plans
It looks like Microsoft are looking to invest into the Dell buyout talks, with the latest rumors teasing that Microsoft could spend anywhere between $1 billion and $3 billion in a leveraged buyout of the US-based…
Netflix to provide Cartoon Network and Adult Swim Content
Netflix recently was able to bag an exclusive licensing agreement with Warner Bros Television group which would allow them to stream many titles from Cartoon Network and Adult Swim to their subscribers. Chief content officer of…
eTeknix @ The Las Vegas Convention Center / CES 2013 Show Floor
For eTeknix the biggest part of CES is hitting up the hotel suites and other private hosting locations of the major peripheral, chassis and component manufacturers that were present in Las Vegas, taking a more personal…
eTeknix visit Showstoppers at CES 2013
CES is a massive show with many different sections and displays for the various press to visit, but while the show its self is massive it also plays host to many side shows, Show Stoppers is…
Asus O!Play Mini Plus Smart TV Set-Top Box Review
Media players are something that we only look at from time to time, and we have seen a few that are a little rough around the edges and feel like they have been released without the…
Polaroid unveils M7 and M10 tablets at CES 2013
Two new tablets with Android OS are being launched by Polaroid during CES 2013, the 7″ M7 and 10″ M10. The M7 comes with a dual core processor and Android 4.1 Jellybean. It includes a 2…
Kicker Cush Headphones Review
This is the first time I’ve used a set of Kicker headphones and while I haven’t heard how they perform, I have heard of the brand and I’m hoping that stands for something. There are no…
ADATA DashDrive Elite HE720 2.5″ 500GB External Hard Drive Review
Having the ability to transfer data from one computer to another with out the need for a network or the internet is something that was solved years ago and external hard drives as an option of…
Netgear Prosafe GS724TPS 24 Port Gigabit Smart Stackable PoE Switch Review
Following our recent look at one of Netgear’s Prosafe wireless access points, the WNDAP360, which got a huge thumbs up in our testing, we thought that its worth taking a look at what lies at the…
Mach Xtreme MX-ES 16GB USB3.0 Flash Drive Review
USB 3.0 has been around for a while now, but have Mach Xtreme got a good performing drive at an affordable price with the MX-ES?
Thecus TopTower N6850 6-Bay NAS Review
We take a look at the business class level of NAS from Thecus with the TopTower N6850.
Dane-Elec My Ditto 1TB NAS Review
Having a centralised location for your data is very handy, but what if you wanted a quick way to access it - wherever you are? MyDitto have the answer.
QNAP TS-869U-RP 8-Bay Rackmount NAS Review
We take a look at the rackmount version of the TS869 to see what it has to offer at the top end of the SMB market.
Pretec SDHC 32GB 433x Media Card Review
Pretec are not as well known in the SDHC market when pitted against the big names, but can their cards perform just as well in the long run?
Pretec P240 USB 3.0 Multi Card Reader Review
A card reader is a card reader right? But what if you want one that offers up a bit more performance? Pretec may have the solution here.
Thermaltake BlacX Duet HDD Docking Station Review
We take a look at Thermaltake's BlacX Duet dual dock, but will all the results sing in harmony or will there be a bad tempo somewhere inside?
Akasa Integral S 3.5″ External USB3.0 Hard Drive Enclosure Review
External drive enclosures are as popular as ever, so lets see what Akasa's Integral S has to offer to the table.
Thecus N2800 2-Bay NAS Review
Not every user requires a huge NAS with 4 or more bays, so we take a look at the smaller 2 bay N2800 to see how the entry level options weigh up.
QNAP TurboNAS TS-869 Pro 8-Bay NAS Review
We push data transfer to the limits with QNAP's TS869 Pro.
Gigabyte SkyVision WS100 WHDI Caster Review
Gigabyte have recently been showing off their new SkyVision kit, so its time we take a closer look and put it to the test.
Thecus N5550 5-Bay NAS Review
Thecus push the boundaries of network bandwidth and throughput..... again, but this time with a 5-bay NAS for the budget conscious.
Icy Dock MB994SP-4SB-1 Full Metal Quad Bay 2.5″ SATA 6Gbps Backplane Review
Icy Dock and hot-swap bays go together like icing on a cake, so lets take a look to see what the MB994SP-4SB-1 has to offer.