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Reader Rigs! Operation Richland

We post hundreds of reader rigs every month on our active Facebook page, but today we wanted to share one very special build which comes from reader Zen Castro Resurreccion. Zen created this little work of art for the Davao Cyber Expo 2013 which ended yesterday. He built the custom case …

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Lomography remake classic Petzval Portrait lens

If you are interested in photography then this Kickstarter campaign from Lomography will certainly get your attention. The company are remaking a classic lens from the 19th century known as the Petzval. The lens was well known for its instantly recognisable image style combining a swirly Bokeh effect with a …

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TCL announce $999 50 inch 4K TV

Ultra High Definition televisions seem to be the future of home entertainment, but concerns have been made that the pricing right now is still very high. TCL are aiming to join a handful of low price sets with their new 50 inch LED 4K TV which will be sold in …

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Win an ASUS GeForce GTX Titan 6GB!

A couple of months ago we gave away an ASUS GTX Titan and lucky English reader Ken Bevis walked away with the solution. He posted so many pictures on our Facebook page that people were begging us for another chance to win this flagship graphics card. ASUS have again came …

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Win one of Raijintek’s new CPU coolers!

We published the news earlier that Overclockers UK are now selling the latest coolers from Raijintek. We have some good news this evening to celebrate the launch – Overclockers UK are working with us to give away three of the coolers to the public. The company is formed by the …

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Raijintek coolers launch at Overclockers UK

Raijintek may not be a name you’ve heard before, but it’s one you’ll be hearing a lot more. The company is formed by the former main team at CoolerMaster and Xigmatek bringing their knowledge and skills into a company which will provide some cutting edge technology. To begin with Raijintek …

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Viruses and App overload killing PC speeds

After years of worms and trojans acting as the pervading forms of PC malware, evidence suggests viruses are making a comeback. Recent research from TuneUp has shown just how severely viruses can affect the performance of PC speeds, with infected devices taking up to nine times as long to perform …

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Apple continue to repair Map disaster – buying HopStop

Apple have apparently agreed to buy online transit navigation service HopStop.com, according to people close to the deal. Apple are keen to improve their mapping software after a long series of problems when they shifted focus from Google Maps. Apple wanted to ‘scale back their relationship with Google’ according to …

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Google’s MotoX said to be coming 1st August

The latest news would suggest that Google are planning to release their MotoX smartphone on the 1st of August. They sent out invitations to a New York City launch scheduled for August 1st for the American made Moto X smartphone. This is a huge event for Google as it will …

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Panasonic and Sanyo fined £37.7 million for price fixing

Panasonic and their subsidiary Sanyo have pleaded guilty to a price fixing scheme involving automotive parts and battery cells. They have agreed to pay $57.6 million (£37.7 million). Battery supplier LG Chem have also pleaded guilty to battery cell price fixing and they have to pay $1,056 million according to …

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Microsoft stock drops by 11%

Shares of Microsoft dropped badly on Friday, wiping out billions of dollars of the software companies value. This happened after they announced earnings below Wall Street expectations. They dropped by $4,04 or 11.4% to $31.40 in trading on Friday. As we reported earlier in the week, Microsoft missed their financial …

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Uber delivering ice cream – same day via taxi

UK’ers are struggling with the heat wave lately, although very few people are really complaining. We all love the sun after all, right? Well to help deal with the temperatures, UBER, the luxury taxi service are delivering ice creams throughout London today.  Generally you would book an Uber car through …

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NVIDIA Splinter Cell Blacklist competition winners announced

Nvidia partnered up with us for a very cool competition to win codes for SPLINTER CELL BLACKLIST – we had hundreds of entries on our facebook page in the last week and the five winners have been announced today. They are Sanzhar Ramankulov – Benji TheReverend Sharpe – Farouk Hussein Dimaporo Alonto – Ryan Lee and Jordan Melecio – we …

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Autonomous cars on UK roads by end of year

A government policy paper was published this week, showing that Autonomous cars will be tested on UK roads before the end of the year. The BBC say that trials will take place on less busy rural and suburban roads using the ‘semi autonomous mode’ which will allow a driver to …

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Google update Maps for iOS

Google have updated their MAPS application for iOS just after they the company updated it for Android. The latest version of Google Maps for iOS now includes almost all the features that Android using have been enjoying for a week. The new iOS version can be downloaded now and it …

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Ditch your mouse, get SKYMOUSE!

The traditional mouse we use today has been around for decades. While the optics have improved and the designs look more futuristic every year – the style of operation is still the same. The SkyMouse is a KickStarter campaign which is set to revolutionise the way we use a computer. …

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Samsung Galaxy Note III to get full HD screen

The Samsung Galaxy Note III as been the subject of many rumours recently and the latest indicates that a full HD display may be coming. According to the Korean manufacturers site the device has been officially listed, as well as some details of the screen. The information was seen by …

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