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Why doesn’t BT have the Vision?

One of the larger technology sites recently ran a poll to find out where enthusiasts go for their TV entertainment. The options given were skewed heavily in favour of British respondents, but while most of the results could be categorised as predictable – one sticks out a mile. KitGuru ponders …

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Luxa2 launches brand new online store

While the initial sheen might have come off the smartphone market (Apple in particular) as it moves to becoming a commodity, it is still a growth industry. But enjoying far greater growth is the accessory industry that has grown around it. KitGuru snags a sighting of a new site – …

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What happens to spam after you die?

It’s an interesting question – and certainly something that can be classified, for now, as a ‘first world problem’. But, sooner or later, the question of ‘What happens to a person’s data when they’re dead’ will come up for almost everyone on the planet. KitGuru plays the theme tune from …

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Aria array offers affordable gaming from £319

One of the most discussed topics at KitGuru HQ is ‘Just how much do you need to spend in order to get a decent gaming experience?’ – with opinions varying wildly. It really comes down to the image quality and resolution you want to enjoy Vs the size of your …

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Win BEQUIET PRIZES in a simple to enter competition!

Enter the latest BeQuiet! Competition for a chance to win some cool prizes! It’s easy to do and literally will only take a minute. Having built a great reputation for high quality, affordable power supplies, be quiet! has been consistently launching new products to help enthusiasts build their dream rigs. …

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Is the AMD FX 6300 the best CPU under £100?

With so much emphasis on Intel’s amazing ‘k’ series chips, it’s easy to lose track of the fact that most systems sold in the USA and Western Europe, actually use something that costs far less. The latest offer from Aria has drawn our attention to an interesting question, “What is …

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Former AMD CEO fires Slingshot at Intel

You might not have heard of Lauren Villagran, graduate of Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism with a background that includes Associated Press and CBS, but she’s the lady that’s helped pen one of the most explosive business stories of recent times: The decision by Hector Ruiz to stand up …

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85000 Facebook users begin dating mystery women

Genius reporter David Lee, over at the BBC, has uncovered a dating mystery. As KitGuru goes into ‘Roses are Red, Violets are Blue – We can Rhyme and so can You’ melt down, we also try and bring you some of the facts. It seems that an organisation called ‘Cloud …

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AMD launches FX-4130 – gives 200MHz extra for free

Sometimes an upgrade is really simple to understand. Other times you need a mini-computer, advanced maths degree and several hours of umm-ing and arr-ing to see if the new products is, in fact, better. KitGuru scans the spec sheet for the brand new FX-4130 and ponders motives and machinations. With …

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Adobe Max in May – Powered by CS7

While creative types across the globe are still working with various versions of CS5, Adobe has moved passed CS6 and is ready to unload CS7. The Adobe Max Conference will be a hotbed of graphic lust. KitGuru casts an eye over the proposed content. Starting Saturday 4th May, Adobe’s mega …

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Adata and Kingston disect 32GB memory price jump

Most of the time, technology manufacturers keep the underlying cost of a product ‘masked’ from us, the consumers. When a component suffers a temporary increase in cost, that amount is swallowed and the price on the shelf remains the same.When the price drops, the manufacturers also hang onto the difference …

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Will fat melting pants stand up to scientific lab testing?

As an organisation whose entire business has been built on the quality of its independent reviews, KitGuru has a general interest in all things lab-related. So when we heard about an Australian company’s fat-busting trouser system, we were intrigued to know more. KitGuru rolls slightly sideways to hide the cellulite …

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Aria wants YOU to design its Xmas banner

Every year, designers up and down the country are tasked with creating a 728×90 or 300×250 banner that is so amazing, innovative and funky – that no tech-lover can ignore it. It’s a touch challenge and one that Aria would like some KitGuru-reader help with .If you own a copy …

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be quiet! design competition winners announced

On 28th September, KitGuru kicked off one of the strangest competitions we’re ever done. Forget the ’email this address and we’ll pull your name out of a hat’ scenarios of old – be quiet’s Marketing Gurus wanted our readers to pick up pen, paper and Photoshop, in order to position …

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Cooler Master launches T2 and T4 affordable coolers

It always strikes KitGuru as a little funny when a company has one product in its name, but actually spends most of its time selling something completely different. For example, in London, there is a store called Selfridges that only seems to sell a handful of kitchen appliances. Cooler Master …

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Kodak prints its last photo

Almost 12 months ago, KitGuru looked around the market and took stock of the various problems that everyone was facing. At the time, we ran a series of stories on the businesses that we felt were most in trouble. Today, we’re hearing that following its Chapter 11 filing earlier this …

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HE720 drive from ADATA is thinnest in the world

While capacities have been increasing consistently for as long as there have been hard drives around, the actual physical size changes very little over time. ADATA is now looking to change that for the mobile market place with the arrival of the HE720. This drive uses a USB3 interface and …

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Laptop memory ripoff continues

Most of KitGuru’s vast audience would be happy making a desktop upgrade themselves. Indeed, we suspect that many of you will also have attacked a laptop with a screwdriver at some point in the past. As the market for mobile PCs continues to dominate desktop sales, why haven’t the basic …

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