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Arm Cortex A15 chip detailed

Many people have been waiting on the new ARM chip and finally details have emerged detailing the 28nm processor which has been taped out at GlobalFoundries. The processor loses the ‘Eagle’ name and it called the Cortex A15 MPCore Processor and is going to be licensed to customers immediately for …

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Exclusive ‘Llano’ AMD Fusion processor picture

For years, AMD’s been telling us that the future is Fusion. At Computex 2010 it finally ran a full speed demo live on stage in front of the world’s press. On 26th July, AMD briefed the press again, with Fusion marketing guru John Taylor taking the lead. Now the threat …

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Google TV service to launch this autumn in U.S.A.

We reported yesterday that Samsung are stepping up a new campaign to shift focus into the television market, using Google’s Android operating system. In an announcement from Google – they state they are bringing the web to television screens in the US later this year and then worldwide in 2011. …

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iPad set to replace paper in Lloyd’s of London

Apple’s iPad has been one of the biggest success stories in the tech world in 2010 with many millions being sold since launch a few months ago. The latest news in is that Lloyds of London are going to be testing out the iPad as a replacement for the paper …

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PC Partner prepares to float on stock exchange?

Floating a company onto the stock exchange is a great way to evolve. Not only does it bring in a huge amount of investment, it also ensures that the original founders finally get paid for all their initial work. China is full of massive companies that are privately owned. One …

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Nicked: Girl who threw puppies into river

We reported on a rather sick story this week of a girl who was filmed throwing puppies into a river. An Internet bounty was issued to catch her, and the good news in today is that she has been caught. Today police in the Bosnian town of Bugojno accounced that …

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Apple TV now $99 – new focus on rentals and streaming

Apple have announced a much smaller and cheaper version of the Apple TV set top box. This new release also heavily promotes the introduction of rentable TV shows, a move that many people have wanted to see from quite some time. The new Apple TV is smaller than a quarter …

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Apple may release new iPhone 4 with revised antenna

For the last couple of months, Apple have been taking a high priority in the press with the iPhone 4 antenna issues. The solution was to give everyone who experienced issues a free case. Telcel, a Mexican mobile carrier have said that after September 30th Apple are releasing revised iPhone …

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Corsair release Gaming Audio Series HS1 headphones

Corsair release quality products, there is no denying that. Whether its memory, power supplies or flash drives, they always perform at the top of their respective fields. Today we received a press release detailing the new Gaming Audio Series Hs1 headphones which look to be another class leading product. The …

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New nVidia GPU info released in Driver

Graphics card drivers are always a good place to check when looking for upcoming product names and with the recent information posted in AMD’s latest Catalyst drivers last week, nVidia have listed some interesting information in their latest 295.47 WHQL certified drivers. The new driver lists the GTS450 as well …

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DDR4 SDRAM aiming to break 4GHZ speed barrier

The memory market is extremely competitive, with manufacturers pushing speeds higher and higher every couple of months. News earlier this week hit the KitGuru newsdesk that HyperX DDR3 from Kingston had managed to break the 3GHZ barrier. DDR4 won’t be hitting the market overnight, many manufacturers feel there is plenty …

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Samsung plan to go head to head with Apples mini iPad

The Apple iPad has been a huge success story for Apple, KitGuru rated the device very highly indeed when we reviewed it months ago. News reached KitGuru weeks ago that Apple were planned to make a 7 inch version of the iPad to appeal to users who find the 9.7 …

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Catalyst 10.8 driver details new ATI product names

Last night we published news on the release of Catalyst 10.8, which features many performance fixes. After looking at the atiicdxx.da_ file this morning we have seen a 35 new cards listed for support. It seems that Fudzilla also have a story up discussing this today. Going on the information …

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AMD announce details of new CPU designs

AMD have had a great 12 months, with the ATI division delivering the highest level of sales on the market. They also have a nice chunk of change in their coffers after a $1.25BN settlement handout by Intel. Yesterday at the Hot Chips conference held at Stanford University the company …

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Bit Fenix Colossus exposed – intimate shots taken

Coco Lee, is the driving force behind Bit Fenix, and she is an amazing lady. Whether the world decides that it loves, hates or is completely indifferent to the Bit Fenix Colossus, you have to give credit where it is due. Coco is not only really smart, she also has …

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Zotac GTX460 AMP! to retail in UK for £209.99

KitGuru reviewed the stonking new Zotac GTX460 AMP! earlier this week and while pricing wasn’t confirmed at the time, we have just heard from Zotac that the retail cost will be £209.99 inc vat. Considering the standard clocked GTX460 is around £199 right now, it seems well worth the extra …

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Powercolor launch new low profile HD5750

TUL Corporation, a leading manufacturer of AMD graphics cards, today announced improved gaming performance for HTPC gamers. The PowerColor HD5750 Low Profile Edition is specifically designed for those with HTPC systems or limited space chassis’ who desire the upgraded graphics performance without having to compromise their system size. The PowerColor …

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Cisco Blades cut HP out of Computercenter?

We’ve all heard of Black Monday, when the world’s stock markets collapsed. Wikipedia sums it up nicely here. If you were HP and your biggest reseller moved all of its data centres to Cisco, would that urge you to update the company diaries to read ‘Terrible Thursday’? KitGuru investigates. It …

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