Posted by Matthew Wilson on April 11, 2014 under General Tech
While 3D printers are getting smaller and cheaper, traditional printers are going mobile, but more expensive. A group of students from the Jerusalem College of Technology have created a pocket sized... more.
Posted by Carl on April 11, 2014 under Software & Gaming
This weekend we are running a little competition on our Facebook page - to win a STEAM game of your choice (or TitanFall if you want it). All you have to do is join our silly Facebook comment thread a... more.
Posted by Matthew Wilson on April 11, 2014 under Console
Microsoft has been getting pretty aggressive with its pricing recently, once Titanfall launched, the Xbox One dropped in price to £399.99 and now the Titanfall bundle has been cut down further to mat... more.
Posted by Jon Martindale on April 11, 2014 under Channel
Kim Dotcom and the MPAA are two legally represented entities that have been circling each other, locking horns and disengaging for years now, taking swings in the court and the papers but in all but a... more.
Posted by Matthew Wilson on April 11, 2014 under Laptop / Mobile
Sony has issued a warning today urging users to stop using the Vaio Fit 11A laptop as soon as possible due to a battery fault that potentially puts 26,000 laptops at risk of catching fire. It all com... more.
Posted by Jon Martindale on April 11, 2014 under Channel
Driving over rough terrain, or simply not bumping the curb can be hard sometimes, especially if your car is quite low slung or has a long, extended bonnet, simply because you can't see what you're doi... more.
Posted by Jon Martindale on April 11, 2014 under Development, Software & Gaming
Watch Dogs has taken a lot of flak over the last few months, as despite blowing away fans in its 2012 reveal trailer, its latest ones haven't been remotely comparable. Some of the reason for that is t... more.
Posted by Anton Shilov on April 11, 2014 under Camera, Mobile, Monitors, Peripheral
A lot of promising wearable computing devices have been introduced in the recent months and quarters. Things like Google Glass, Samsung Gear 2 as well as various smartbands are still pretty expensive,... more.
Posted by Anton Shilov on April 10, 2014 under APU, CPU
While it was pretty obvious that Intel Corp. plans to start selling its new code-named “Haswell Refresh” central processing units sometimes in April or May, the actual launch date was not complete... more.
Posted by Anton Shilov on April 10, 2014 under Camera, Monitors, Peripheral
Google said Thursday that it would sell its Google Glass smart eyewear to general public next week. Unfortunately, the offer will only last one day and will be limited to the U.S. residents. For we... more.
Posted by Anton Shilov on April 10, 2014 under Gaming Rig, Memory
Kingston on Thursday introduced its new family of affordable memory modules for enthusiasts who demand higher performance, but cannot afford to buy truly extreme solutions for overclocking. The new Hy... more.
Posted by Jon Martindale on April 10, 2014 under Apps
Dropbox has been the darling of file locker users for some time now - with its simplistic interface and free storage, it's no wonder. But one of the biggest uses of online storage is for personal phot... more.
Posted by Matthew Wilson on April 10, 2014 under General Tech
Around two weeks ago we reported on Leeland Yee, an anti violent video games politician who was arrested on gun trafficking and corruption charges. Yee campaigned against games like Grand Theft Auto a... more.
Posted by Matthew Wilson on April 10, 2014 under Tablet PC
The 4G version of Microsoft's much improved Surface 2 tablet will be coming to the UK next month, Microsoft has confirmed. Currently only WiFi models are available and with networks getting stricter o... more.
Posted by Anton Shilov on April 10, 2014 under Blackberry, Mobile, Smartphone
BlackBerry would consider exiting smartphone hardware business if it remains unprofitable, its chief executive officer said. The head of the company is very interested in keeping the company afloat, s... more.
Posted by Jon Martindale on April 10, 2014 under Channel
Piracy is often cited as the main detractor for album sales around the world, but a new study from the University of Colorado and Fairfield University has found evidence to suggest that even legitimat... more.
Posted by Matthew Wilson on April 10, 2014 under Software & Gaming
Indie studio, Eden Industries, went to Kickstarter to fund its retro RPG, Citizens of Earth but only came out with a third of the necessary funds to create the game, which seemingly doomed the project... more.
Posted by Jon Martindale on April 10, 2014 under Software & Gaming
While Rust seemed to put the nail in the coffin of the undead for a while, by getting rid of them completely, it seems not every developer is so keen for them to shuffle off into the gaming sunset. So... more.
Posted by Jon Martindale on April 10, 2014 under Security
Heartbleed is bad. For those that haven't heard yet, it's a security flaw that's potentially opened up as many as two thirds of the world's websites to digital thieves and the worst part is that the f... more.
Posted by Jon Martindale on April 10, 2014 under Gaming Rig, Software & Gaming
Ever wanted to play your favourite racing game, whilst sat in a true to life Formula one car? Of course you have, which is why you're going to be oh-so envious of anyone that buys this full size racin... more.
Posted by Jon Martindale on April 10, 2014 under PC
8Pack has done it again guys, breaking through another performance barrier to retake the top spot on the 3Dmark Firestrike record tables for four card configurations and he managed to break new ground... more.
Posted by Jon Martindale on April 10, 2014 under Highlights, Laptop / Mobile, Notebook
Laptops are rarely given much credit when it comes to gaming ability, but the GE60 2PE Apache Pro from MSI has the potential to turn that idea on its head. Packing the 'hot-off-the-shelf' Nvidia GTX 8... more.
Posted by Anton Shilov on April 9, 2014 under CPU
Intel Corp. this week announced that it would relocate its test assembly and test operation to Asia from Costa Rica. As a result, it would fire about 1500 of its employees in the country. Still, Intel... more.
Posted by Anton Shilov on April 9, 2014 under Memory, SSD Drives
Micron Technology, one of the world’s leading maker of DRAM and NAND flash memory, said that late this year the company would offer triple-level cell NAND flash made using 16nm process technology. S... more.
Posted by Anton Shilov on April 9, 2014 under Apple, Mobile, Peripheral
After years of preparations, Apple is expected to be finally ready with its iWatch smart watch device sometimes this August or September. Several makers of flexible printed-circuit boards have reporte... more.
Posted by Matthew Wilson on April 9, 2014 under Security
Kaspersky Labs recently conducted a study on cyber criminal activity and found that last year the number of financial malware attacks rose to 28.4 million, which is 27.6 per cent more than 2012. Not o... more.
Posted by Bob Crane on April 9, 2014 under APU, Channel, CPU
One of the more surprising things about the way the world has changed since the advent of the network and tablet PC revolutions, is the way that desktops are holding their own. Sure, it's more of a ge... more.
Posted by Matthew Wilson on April 9, 2014 under Software & Gaming
Yesterday we reported on rumours of a Borderlands Pre-Sequel, which was said to be in development at 2K Australia and it turns out that the rumour was true, a new Borderlands game is in the works and ... more.
Posted by Jon Martindale on April 9, 2014 under Channel
Hewlett Packard, still one of the biggest names in the PC hardware game despite the shrinking market, is set to admit to mass corruption in its Polish arm, after the local government completed an indu... more.
Posted by Zardon on April 9, 2014 under Highlights 2, Power Supplies
Antec's high end power supplies have earned a good reputation over the years and today we look at the latest addition to their High Current Pro Platinum range - a powerful 1,300 watt rated model. High... more.
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