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SilentPower PC Comes With New Cooling Solution, a Copper Foam Layer

The new Silent Power PC seems to be coming with a revolutionary cooling solution, distancing itself from the traditional heatpipe and heatsink coolers. The PC is said to come with a copper foam, which helps cool…

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Competition Winner Leaks Gameloft’s Modern Combat 5 on Multiple Torrent Websites

Gameloft has apparently held a competition last week, offering fans a chance to grab a free, full copy of Modern Combat 5: Blackout which was ‘due’ to be released this Thursday. The company is now regretting…

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Philips has Launched New Wireless Audio System

Elegantly named the Fidelio E5, Phillips has once again shown its might in the home audio game. This new release showcases high-definition wireless sound through easy NFC connectivity to your device, with one Phillips’ main goals being…

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UK Police Trials The World’s Fastest Face Recognition System

Britain is dubbed the most watched country in the world, with over 6 million CCTV cameras watching everything that moves. This is why the London police aims to further improve its CCTV network use by adding…

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Numenta Releases Gork, The First App to Work Similar to a Human Brain

A Redwood City, Californian-based startup company by the name of Numenta has apparently held a conference to show off their achievement, which is a piece of software mimicking the processing power of a human brain. The…

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Western Digital Launches WD TV Personal Edition, Featuring Miracast and Remote App

Wester Digital has just announced its launch of the WD TV – Personal Edition, which is described as being an easy to use Wi-Fi enabled media player, able to play any media file stored on USB…

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More Than One Thousand Power Plants Found Compromised by Unknown Cyberattack

Since the major topics nowadays are secret service cyber conspiracies and cyberattacks, the latest news points to another cyberattack aimed at more than one thousand power plants worldwide. Symantec, a company specialising in software security, has…

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Hackers Use ‘The Cloud’ to Control Malware and Botnets

Security firm Trend Micro has apparently revealed new evidence of botnets and malware not only being hosted in the cloud, but also being remotely controlled from cloud servers. The main goal for hackers has been revealed…

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Cube Raptor Gaming PC Review

Introduction It is no secret that there are a lot of people who are interested in gaming PCs but do not have the time or the experience to build their own. It is also no secret…

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Zotac ZBOX Overheats Due to Epic Fail Production Flaw

The review team over at 01net have spotted something wrong with their ZOTAC ZBOX CI540. The fan-less design compact desktop was running its dual core i5-4210Y CPU at 80 celcius in an idle state, which is…

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Most Powerful Notebook in Existence Ships from Eurocom

The most powerful supercomputer class notebook in the world is ready to be shipped by Eurocom. The Panther 5 continues their legacy of ultra powerful workstations that are designed for those who need uncompromising performance on the…

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iBUYPOWER Introduce HEXA Ultra Compact Performance System

iBUYPOWER are one of the biggest players in the PC building business, and their latest product looks set to prove that once again. Their HEXA ultra compact performance system is very small and very powerful. Working together…

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Nvidia Shield Portable Games Console Review

Introduction The Nvidia Shield, a Tegra 4 powered Android gaming device, has been on the market for a while now, but a recent price drop and a rapidly increasing range of features thanks to a few…

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Braebo Computers ‘Titan’ Budget AMD Gaming System Review

Introduction When we take a wide look at the pre-built systems market in the UK, the number of names out there that one can choose from is growing on a near day-to-day basis. The scale at…

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GIGABYTE GeForce GTX Enabled BRIX Gaming PC in the Wild

Since the launch of the Intel NUC platform, there has been a lot of discussions about its small form factor and how more power could be harnessed from it and GIGABYTE managed to give a solution…

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Gigabyte Brix Pro GB-BXi7-4770R Ultra Compact Barebones System Review

Introduction In the early stages of last year, Intel released one of the biggest products of 2013 into the market place and no – it was not Haswell. What I am referring to here is the…

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4K Toshiba Laptop Launching Next Week

4K is one of the hottest buzzwords in the industry right now, offering huge gains in resolution and picture quality that can help with productivity and provide stunning pictures for movies and gaming. With 4K screens…

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PC Specialist ‘Vanquish 230XT’ Gaming System Review

Introduction When browsing through the countless pre-built systems that are on offer from the likes of Overclockers UK, Scan, CyberpowerPC and PC Specialist as we have here today; most of the time we find users spending…

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Korean Border Guarded By Kinect-powered Surveillance System

The Kinect has been used in a lot of different ways, but its main purpose is and always was Gaming. Although, the Kinect sensor has been used in other non-game related experiments as well, which include…

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EU Cops Could Be Able To Disable Any Car Engine Remotely In The Near Future

While technology advances, so is the method of catching people who would rather consider the law as optional. The European Union is reportedly working on a way to allow police officers remotely disable car engines from…

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GitHub Launches Bug Bounty Program, Calls All ‘Bounty Hunters’ For A Challenge and Cash!

GitHub has launched its GitHub Bug Bounty, a program aimed to help security researchers in finding bugs and flaws in system. The company is reportedly willing to pay between $100 and $5,000 for each security vulnerability…

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Cyberpower PC ‘Ultra Fusion’ AMD Gaming System Review

Introduction When I get a full system in for review, typically I will find an Intel CPU lying at the heart of the system and whilst this is partly due to their high level of popularity,;…

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Google Invents Self-Fixing Problems? Is This The Future?

After some of you experienced or at least saw what happened yesterday with some of Google’s Services, the company officials expressed their apologies and released a statement explaining what went wrong, which inevitably caused the outage…

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Alienware’s Steam Machine To Be Released This September

Personally I can’t say I’m a big fan of Alienware, I’ve often found them to be seriously overpriced given their specifications, but I do understand that there is a market for them given that not everyone…

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Synology DS214Play 2-bay NAS Review

Introduction When the imminent arrival of the DS214 was brought to people’s attention earlier in the year, hardware transcoding was a hot topic and the news that a NAS with improved on-the-fly video transcoding for mobile…

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Phone Glitch Had Major Repercussions Upon UK Airports This Weekend

An issue regarding a phone glitch at the National Air Traffic Service (Nats) has had flights in and out of the UK grounded this weekend. Airports such as Heathrow, Gatwick, Stansted, Cardiff and Glasgow were all…

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EVGA Introduces 500W and 430W Power Supplies

Not everyone is on the market for a 1200w power supply for a gargantuan quad-SLI gaming system, but just because people want something cheaper, doesn’t mean they don’t want to buy from a top brand. EVGA…