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Driver Of Stolen Model S Becomes First Person To Die In A Tesla

Since its launch in June 2012, the Tesla Model S has been one of Tesla’s top selling cars and with a price tag starting at around $70,000 (or £50,000 here in the UK), it is highly…

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Scientists Use Sand To Triple Smartphone And Other Devices Battery Life

The battery life of our mobile devices – and anything that contains a battery for that matter is something which ranks quite high in everyone gripe list. Although manufacturers are discovering new ways to design components…

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Volkswagon Eyes on The Road Ad Campaign Sends A Chilling Lesson to Cinema Goers

We all know of the short period in a cinema before a film starts where a number of adverts are displayed, but none of them has sent that much of a chilling message to its watchers…

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Germany v Brazil World Cup Thrashing Broke Twitter Records

The Germany Vs Brazil Semi-final match in this year’s World Cup has certainly caught the attention of any football fan or anyone involved in football after their 7-1 thrashing against the home team a couple of…

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Record Breaking 10Gbps Broadband Speed Over Copper Lines Achieved By Bell Labs

Bell Labs, part of Alcatel-Lucent have achieved a jaw dropping world record of 10Gbps over a standard copper telephone line. Achieved as part of a research project to investigate the possibility of bringing Gigabit internet to broadband…

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Fancy a PC That Can Fit In Your Pocket? Tango PC Is On The Way

Small Form Factor systems are making a comeback as we seek cleaner desktops and workspaces, but a new system dubbed the Tango PC will make even the smallest SFF chassis seem big considering you can fit it…

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iPhones Are a Run-of-the-Mill Discovery For a Japanese Grain Depot

We hear lots of bizarre news stories over the course of each year, many of them not surprisingly relating to Apples iDevices and in particular the iPhone and this story is of no exception. A Japanese…

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Blackberry Announce ‘Square is The New Rectangle’ With The Passport Smartphone

Since the early days of the modern smartphone, the focus has been on creating a screen which is the ‘optimum’ shape and size for the user to reach with just one thumb and this has led…

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Thecus N4800Eco 4-Bay NAS Review

Introduction In today’s market, performance, connectivity and software features are not the only areas that NAS manufacturers have to focus on when developing a new product. As businesses strive to save overhead costs wherever they can,…

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Gearbox Software Confirms A New Game Title is in the Pipelines

Gearbox Software, the developers behind a number of chart topping games including Borderlands 2 and Brothers In Arms have announced that they have a new game in the pipelines which is being brought together in conjunction…

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Apple launches a Second eBay Store Offering Refurbished iPhone 5’s

Over the weekend, reporters at AppleInsider have discovered a hidden eBay store that appears to be run between the two brands to offer users refurbished iPhones and iPads in as-new condition with a full one-year warranty.…

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Voyager 1 Now Confirmed to be in Interstellar Space

Voyager 1 as many will know has been on its mission to explore the far reaches of our solar system since it was launched way back in 1977 and in the following years it has captured…

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No More Tangled Headphones as Physicist Unravels His ‘String Theory’

There are a number of things in life that are simply frustrating – traffic jams, paperwork and queues are just some, but high up on the frustration list for many is that simple act of tangled…

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HummingBoard – An Alternative to the Raspberry Pi Now Available

There is no arguing the fact that the Raspberry Pi has revolutionised the technology world giving a simple platform on which users have been able to create their own bespoke systems, mini server farms and dev…

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Foxconn Confirms Foxbots Will Be Making the iPhone 6

With the launch of the anticipated iPhone 6 rumoured to only be a few months away, Apples manufacturer of the iPhone – Foxconn have announced that they will be using a number of autonomous robots to…

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Sova Wireless Modular Gaming Keyboard From ROCCAT in Development

As a brand, ROCCAT are very well-known for their innovative designs and also the high level of German engineering that goes into each and every product that they have in their catalogue. Earlier in the year…

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Newly Trained Police Dog Can Sniff Out Hard Drives and Memory

Police dogs are a common sight as part of today’s police forces. Their supremely sensitive sense of smell (which can vary between 1000 and 10,000 times that of us humans) has led them to be a…

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Synology DS414slim 4-Bay NAS Review

Introduction When looking at bulk storage and consequently network storage, the generic blueprint that virtually every vendor follows is a desktop or rackmount system with an even number of drive bays, each with the capacity to…

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HP’s ‘Fanless’ Chromebox Uses a Fan to Keep Itself Cool

Earlier in the year, HP announced the imminent arrival of their ChromeBox, the desktop answer to the popular Chromebook line of systems that a number of manufacturers are offering. As a part of their product design…

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Affordable ‘Model E’ Tesla In Development

If you want an all-electric sports car to go show-boating around in, there is one name to look at – Tesla. Over the last few years they have been designing and building some of the most…

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Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini to Include a Number of S5 Specific Features

A couple of months ago we caught wind the Samsung had a mini version of their flagship S5 in the pipelines after their Finnish division slipped up, publicising a support page for the upcoming handset. These…