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Spot The Difference – Google Makes a Tiny Change to Their Logo

Google are very well-known for their daily doodles and interactive headlines that top their home page nearly every day, but whilst these are a one day only affair, their main company logo is what most users…

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Panasonic Recall Laptop & Tablet Batteries – Over 43,000 Units Affected

Toughbook manufacturer Panasonic has announced that they are in the process of recalling over 43,00 batteries from their Toughbook laptop and tablet ranges after three batteries in Asia malfunctioned and caught fire. The batteries in question…

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3DMark Update Coming With a New Test Scenario For Mid-Range Systems

Futuremark’s 3DMark benchmarking suite is one of the biggest benchmarking suites that is out on the market for the testing and comparative positioning of gaming systems and as the outer reaches of performance grow on a…

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Synology Compact DS414Slim NAS Announced

Synology’s DiskStation NAS products are once of the more popular options out there on the market today and as the demand for systems goes up exponentially, there is a growing demand for systems that cover smaller…

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Thecus N2310 2-bay Intelligent NAS Review

Introduction In the opening weeks of this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, I took some time to meet up with the guys from Thecus to see what they had coming to the…

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Superfast Internet Now A Possibility…. On The Moon

The internet as we know it today is one of man’s basic commodities, sitting alongside other basic products such as food and water. If you think about it as well, we can all relate to this…

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eBay Admits User Data Was Hacked Into – Two Months Ago

eBay, one of the most popular websites globally is urging users to change their passwords after it was discovered that their corporate network was attacked and a small number of employee login credentials was stolen. Following…

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Microsoft Surface Pro 3 Comes to Market

Microsoft’s Surface tablets have been at the forefront of the tablet market for long time now and as users are making more of a move over to mobile computing, Microsoft have introduced a new range of…

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Buffalo Announce New Type of External Hard Drive With DRAM Caching

Hybrid drives are starting to become a commonplace on the component market as a suitable upgrade solution for those wanting a drive with the capacity of a hard drive, but with read speeds that are more…

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Nintendo Cut Online Gameplay From Wii and DS Systems

Online gameplay through the Wii and DS consoles has been a big part of the entertainment world, particularly with games such as Mario Kart and Wii Sports, however Nintendo as of yesterday have cut the functionality…

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Trans-Atlantic Network Outage Affecting Internet Traffic Between US & EU

Over the last few hours we have been hearing a lot of people comment through the likes of Facebook that they are having problems in getting online to a number of major and smaller sites around…

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Scientists Predict Top Speed of 1,800 mph From Prototype Maglev Train

Modern public transport as we know it is pretty fast if you chose the right service, but if you’re in quite a rush to get to that important board meeting on the other side of the…

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EVGA Titan Z Spotted on eBay

The whirlwind of information and rumours regarding NVIDIA’s latest graphics card, dubbed the Titan-Z, has been leaving many of us wondering if the card will actually come to surface and if it does, when will it…

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Compro TN4230 Outdoor PoE IP Camera Review

Introduction Security cameras that run over a standard IP network are becoming more of a common place in the home and in a commercial environment, partly due to their ease of setup and the seamless integration…

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Seagate Desktop 3.5″ 4TB Solid State Hybrid Drive Review

Introduction In today’s market, there are countless storage options out there for you to choose for your current system or for a new build that you are planning and in general we find one of two…

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AOC Launch New IPS Panels Featuring ONKYO Audio

It’s safe to say that the built-in speakers that we get in many of todays monitors are not exactly what I would call outstanding. Generally they are ideal for the system audio output that we get…

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Microsoft Will Be Offering Free Access To Netflix & Hulu – XBL Refunds To Follow

A couple of days ago we were hearing rumours that Microsoft may have been looking to change the way in which users of online streaming services such as Netflix and Hulu, with the need to have…

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D-Link Announce a New Line of ‘Colourful’ Routers

Over the last couple of years we have been watching consumer electronics become more ‘stylistic’ for the home with less of the harsh lines and eye-sore designs that was once associated with technology at one time.…

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QNAP SilentNAS HS-210 2-Bay NAS Review

Introduction When we look at where a NAS is typically designed to be placed, integration into a home A/V setup is not overly common surprisingly. Whilst there are a countless number of two and four bay…

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Buffalo Unveils New Compact USB3.0 Flash Drive

Compared to USB2.0 flash drives, the faster and more spacious USB3.0 drives are typically still a lot bigger than their older siblings and due to their size, they are not always the most convenient items to…

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Dogevault Goes Offline – Millions of Dogecoins Appear Stolen

As far as cryptocurrencies go, Dogecoin has by far got to be the most popular one of recent times and it’s not surprising really considering it went viral after it was created in the spirit of…