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ASUSTOR to Present NAS Lineup and Debut New Applications at CES 2015

ASUSTOR is teasing us with a view on some of the things they’re going to present at CES 2015 in Las Vegas in January, among it their new NAS models equipped with Intel Core i3-4330 3.5GHz…

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December Sees 4G Mobile Vehicle Networking Products Released

Finally, we are one step closer to Knightrider’s sidekick car ‘KITT‘ becoming a real-life thing! Shenzhen’s mobile 4G network construction has doubled in recent times and will be reportedly being utilized in motor vehicles as soon…

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Japan Launches Giant PS Vita – 7 Inch Screen

Thanks to Gamersky, we have just become aware of a Japanese-only release of the “DekaVita 7″, which is a 7″ screen alternative to the current 5” PS Vita offering. But wait, there’s more! Alongside the increased screen…

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4k Support and FPS Mode for GTA V on PC

According to a recently published hands-on account of GTA V, gaming website Computers and Video Games has ‘spilled the beans’ on upcoming 4K quality support, and an impressive first person mode for this very long-awaited release. In…

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iPad Air 2 Will Be First Apple Tablet to Feature 2GB Memory

Apple hasn’t gone above the 1GB memory on their products so far, but that is about to change. No it isn’t the new iPhone 6, that will still only have 1GB memory. It is the new…

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YouTuber Attempts to Raise Money for GeForce GTX 780 Ti By Taking It To Kickstarter

Gamers out there tend to do all sorts of crazy things to upgrade their rig it seems. The latest has YouTuber, Alex Schank, who has content on channels like ASTeretoypicalGamer or BasementPresentation. He states that he…

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Microsoft’s Surface Pro 3 Turns Out To Be Far From Repair & Upgrade Friendly

  iFixit, a site dedicated to tearing mobiles, tablets, notebooks and other bits of hardware to bits in order to provide users with repair guides has wasted no time in getting their hands on the latest…

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Facebook Explains the Reason behind Thursdays Downtime

It was the day the world stopped, chaos broke out all over the world, fires scorched the earth, rivers burst their banks, the world plummeted into darkness… Just kidding. I’m talking of course about Thursdays very…

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New Virtual Reality Gear Surfaces in Europe

For the virtual reality fans out there Oculus Rift and Project Morpheus are the most well-known VR projects considered and eagerly awaited, but there are a couple of flaws to be considered when looking into this. First…

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Kingston Launch Web Assistant For Storage & Memory Upgrades

When it comes to working out the specification of your new gaming system or when you’re looking to boost the performance of your existing setup, memory and storage are two of the easiest and most cost-effective…

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Alienware Steam Machines Confirm To Not be Upgradeable

We were all excited when Alienware announced their Steam Machines, which we all though of being Linux-based and upgradable as PCs. The perfect consoles. However, recent news uncover that Alienware Steam Machines will have the same…

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How To Install An SSD Into The PlayStation 4

Peter over at Gamespot has decided to dismantle a bit of his brand new PlayStation 4 to do something that many people have been wanting to investigate, can you install a high performance SSD in place…

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Microsoft To Be Worried About PCs That Are Still Using Windows XP

According to Redmond’s statistics, Microsoft has around 377,000 PCs in New Zealand alone that are running Windows XP and will be made vulnerable after April 8, 2014. Also, users of the old and popular WIndows XP…

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Battery Issues After Updating Surface RT To Windows 8.1 To Be Fixable In 6 Steps

Problems after a big update are common, and Windows 8.1 with the Surface RT are no exception it seems. Shortly after the update was released to the public it was pulled by Microsoft due to devices…

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SSD Power: 5 Benefits of Converting to a Solid State Drive

Since the personal computer was invented, it’s been more-or-less relying on the hard disk drive (HDD) to operate. Your hard drive is what lets your system start up, store information and open applications. In recent years,…