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NVIDIA Shield 2 Launch Set for August

NVIDIA’s Project Shield is without a doubt a huge success and as you can see from our reviews on this compact gaming system (Shield full review, emulation on the Shield, games to play on the loo…

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Steam Remove Over 7000 Sniper Elite 3 Keys From User Libraries

Valve have announced that they are revoking the serial keys from some 7000 copies of Sniper Elite 3 after it was discovered that they had been stolen from authorised outlets and resold to unsuspecting Steam users.…

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VAIO Line of Computers Making a Comeback After Sony Sells the Brand

Earlier this year Sony made an announcement that their long-standing VAIO notebook and PC sub-brand was to be drawn to a close after a period of poor financial gains and instead the VAIO resources were to…

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Google’s First Social Network to be Shut Down Later This Year

When to comes to social networking, Facebook is in arguably the most popular and the most well-known platform on the internet today, however there are a multitude of other networks that are available around the globe…

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Kickstarter Campaign ‘Reading Rainbow’ Most Successful Campaign To Date

Back in the 80’s, Reading Rainbow was one of the best known educational programs going, teaching kids of all ages how to read and when it came off air in 2006, many thought this would be…

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Russia Blames US Lasers for Knocking Them Out of the World Cup

I’ll be straight up and say first of all that I’m not one bit interested in football and things such as the world cup, where national pride is at stake, also fail to grab my interest…

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BBC to Trial 4K Transmissions During Commonwealth Games

As 4K televisions are becoming more common on the marketplace and the cost of them starts to rapidly drop, the question now is not if 4K will ever appear, but now when will it be appearing in our homes. At…

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Highspeed Cows Hit Glastonbury With 4GEE – “It’s Udderly Fast”

One of the most globally recognised music festivals – Glastonbury – has this morning kicked off in the Somerset hills of South-West England and like any other music festival, staying current is a fundamental value that…

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MSI GT70-2PE ‘Dominator Pro’ Gaming Notebook Review

Introduction Over the last few weeks I’ve been looking at a few of MSI’s latest gaming notebooks, each featuring NVIDIA’s brand new 800 series GPUs. As we look back at the two units that we’ve seen…

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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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Heartbleed Bug Still a Vulnerability on Over 300,000 Servers

The OpenSSL security flaw known as Heartbleed has been one of the most chilling news stories in the tech world over the last few months and it’s not surprising considering an estimated two-thirds of the world’s…

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Lego Fusion Closes Gap Between Real and Virtual Worlds

I don’t know about any of you, but when I was younger Lego was a big part of my childhood and even today I still act like a bit of a kid when it comes to…

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Thecus N4560 4-Bay NAS Review

Introduction Over the last few years, the NAS market as a whole has been growing at a steady rate and in when we start to break things down and look at the rate of growth in…

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One for the Ladies – Wireless Finger Nails with Colour Changing Displays

It may only be the start of the weekend, but here is something that to me sounds so unbelievable, you might even think its an April fools. If the headline doesn’t give it away, what we…

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Apple’s Latest Budget Friendly iMac Not Fully Upgradeable

Earlier this week we heard about Apple’s latest offering to the market with a more budget conscious 21.5″ iMac, costing $1099 in the states and £899 here in the UK, and like most technology these days,…

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Overclockers UK Now Accepting Bitcoins

Whilst cyptocurrencies are not as widely spoken about today as they were only a few months back, the biggest currency of them all, Bitcoin, is still making its mark on the modern world, with more businesses recognising…

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Wave Two of Haswell Refresh CPUs Due in Q3

It’s become apparent that Intel is not finished quite yet when it comes to updating their Haswell lineup for desktop systems. Following another update on CPU-World, an additional eight processors have been detailed, all from the…

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Linksys WRT1900AC Dual-Band Wireless Router Review

Introduction Over the last few years there have been many products that have come to market that have had the ability to grab our attention for one reason or another. In some instances this has been…

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Sharp ‘Free-Form’ Technology Will Allow For Non-Rectangular Displays

Sharp has announced a new prototype technology which they say will allow future displays to break away from the rectangular shape that they are now and take on any shape that the designer wishes by nearly eliminating…

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iWatch May Sell to at Least 10% of Existing iPhone Users in 2015

iWatch, it’s a concept and word that has been flowing around for a number of months now and as we draw closer the end of the year, when it is expected that the accomplice to the…

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Apple Recalls European iPhone Chargers Due to Overheating Issues

A new announcement from Apple has come to light informing user with European 5W iPhone chargers to check to model number of their charger in and in a large number of case to then to a…