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MSI GP70-2PE ‘Leopard’ Gaming Notebook Review

Introduction Running off the tail end of our look at MSI’s GS6 ‘Ghost Pro’ gaming series notebook, which features NVIDIA’s latest 800m series graphics, MSI have been keen to show us what else they have in…

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DDoS Attack on Evernote Causing Disruption to Users

DDoS attacks are quickly becoming a common occurrence across the internet and the number of businesses that are suffering to torture that they can cause is also sadly on the rise. following an announcement on their…

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Intel Roadmap Shows New Line of SSDs Due For Launch Around Q4

During a tech conference over in Italy, where Intel have been displaying their upcoming roadmap for the CPU market, they have also touched on what the SSD side of their business will look like over the…

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Quadrocopter Pilot Assaulted on Beach – Video Secures Prosecution

Personal quadrocopters such as the A.R. Drone 2 from Parrot are quickly becoming a techie’s toy and to be honest it’s easy to see why. There are though many people who do not know about them…

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iOS8 to Include MAC Address Spoofing – Marketing Data Will be Heavily Affected

With Apple’s latest iOS8 platform drawing nearer and nearer to its release date – which even at this time is not confirmed (although we do estimate a date of around three months time), information regarding what…

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The word iPhone becomes banned in Mexico after trademark ruling

We hear enough these days about how Apple is taking on Samsung for the nth reason yet again, but over the last few months there has been another case brewing with Apple, but this time it is against…

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New Adata SSD and DDR3 Products on show at Computex 2014

As our tour of Computex comes to an end, we still have a few highlights to show you from the ADATA stand. Recently we took a look at their new line of DDR4 memory which is…

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New Thecus NAS Hardware at Computex 2014

Like many of the manufacturers that have stands, displays and demonstrations running at Computex, Thecus are working on their home turf and this means that they have a lot of their product range on display, both…

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Latest Plextor Memory Products at Computex 2014

Next up on our tour of Computex 2014 we’re taking some time out to have a look at Plextor’s storage products to hit the consumer market. As we know from our look at the SSD market…

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George R.R. Martin wants to kill YOU in the Game of Thrones

From what I hear, Game of Thrones is meant to be quite an invigorating series that is the brainchild of George R.R. Martin; personally though I couldn’t tell you a single thing about it at all…

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Latest Gigabyte Motherboards at Computex 2014

As we continue round the halls and suites at this years Computex, it has only been a matter of time before we catch up with Gigabyte on one of their many stands. Looking through the massive…

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Corsair DDR4 at Computex 2014

Following on from our look at ADATA’s range of DDR4 modules, Corsair are also showing off a number of DDR4 modules. Designed for the consumer and enthusiast markets, we find two sets of modules on display,…

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ADATA Showoff Worlds First DDR4 OC Module at Computex 2014

One of the buzz words that is floating around this years Computex is to do with memory. We have known for some time now that DDR4, the successor to the current DDR3 standard, has been in…

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Western Digital Release System Update for My Cloud EX4 NAS

When I took a look at Western Digital’s My Cloud EX4 NAS a few months back I found the system to be a strong contender in the SOHO and SMB markets, offering up not only the…

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New DockPort Display Standard Released From VESA

VESA, the Video Electronics Standards Association who are the governing body over the display connectivity standards (the people who write out the rules so-to-speak) have announced that they are expending the DisplayPort standard to allow USB3.1…

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MSI GS60-2PE ‘Ghost Pro’ Gaming Notebook Review

Introduction Over the last few weeks we have been bombarded with the launch of Intel’s Z97 chipset and the release of the Haswell-Refresh processors, however whilst all of this has been going on, there has been…

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Crucial MX100 512GB Solid State Drive Review

Introduction The SSD market these days is flooded with high performance drives that are geared to push the boundaries of what is possible both on the SATA interface, but now also on the mSATA and M.2…

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Scamming Site Offering ‘Free’ Origin Game Keys Discovered

A site offering free game keys for Origin users has been discovered, where users have the freedom to browse through all the games available on Origin and request a ‘free’ key which will be delivered to…

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Gangnam Style Passes Two Billion Views On YouTube

Love it or hate it, Psy’s Gangnam Style has undoubtedly been the biggest hit single around the world since its début on YouTube back in 2012. Since then it has taken the world by storm and…

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Breaking News: Motorola Mobility Factory In Texas Closing Down

In recent months we have been hearing news at how Motorola’s Texas factory has been seeing a slow decline in profitably, particularly since sales of the Moto X and the Moto Maker scheme have not been…

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Spotify Database Attacked – Users Are Being Urged To Change Passwords

Over the last week or so we’ve been inundated with news stories regarding cyber attacks, where users personal data has been accessed in an unauthorised manner, the most significant of these being the eBay attack which…