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LN2: So what is the real cost of Liquid Nitrogen?

Whenever a web site wants to wow and woo its audience, they reach for the HD cams and go in search of some serious overclocking. More often than not, the coolant of choice is Liquid Nitrogen, but have you ever wondered how much the stuff costs?  KitGuru dons protective gear …

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BT unleashes 6x Mother-of-Broadband

When Virgin pumped a huge pay cheque into the account of one Samuel L. Jackson Esq, it bought itself huge publicity. Seeing Jules ‘My name is the Lord’ Winnfield declaring that this was, indeed, the Mother*** of all broadband – was enough to get techies, up and down the country, …

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Steve Jobs dies – aged 56

It’s a sad day indeed. The most innovative genius the hardware market has ever seen, Steve Jobs, has died. Jobs was originally diagnosed with pancreatic cancer in 2004 and it’s something that he has battled hard for 7 years. From the time he and Steve Wozniak decided to sell multi-function …

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BUY.com adds PLAY.com to basket

Rumours of a truly stunning nature are flying into KitGuru’s underground intelligence bunker, with talk of a deal that will end all deals. We tune the Echelon dishes toward Tokyo and reveal all. BUY.com is one of the world’s largest stores. PLAY.com is also massive. YAALE.com is newest best buy …

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This is the spirit of Multiplay i43

Rolling with the notion that a picture is worth a thousand words, KitGuru has just spent a hot chocolate pondering how many words a video might be worth. Why the hot chocolate, you might ask. British summertime, we might reply. While the guys at Pro Class TV will be producing …

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Lego Men Invade Jupiter – Official!

As a kid, you always know that there was something a little magical about those simple shapes. You’d spend hours creating marvellous scenes and impossible inventions, which in all honesty, hardly looked the way you’d envisioned them. All that’s changing. The plastic men are on the move. And they are …

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nVidia looks to launch EyeFinity in 600 series

It’s been a slow time for graphics recently. Both AMD and nVidia have good products in the market. And that market, overall, has not been strong. Against that backdrop, the pace of innovation has slowed right down. But the next 6 months looks like it will be busier. KitGuru loads …

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Silverstone makes the connection for enthusiasts

No matter how hard you try, it can be a right pain to get all of the cabling right when hooking up any set of kit. With all of the various options, cables are often too long or short or simply have connectors at the wrong angle. Has Silverstone tried …

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Star Wars Edition XBox 360 for Xmas: R2D2 anyone?

Something of a collector’s item has been authorised by The Jedi Council. It’s an evolution of the XBox 360 into something unbelievably cute. But if you already own one – would you buy another? KitGuru considers what this new model means. The pain in the arse about Microsoft’s updates to …

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Italian police choose British sports cars

The culture of Italy is rich with jokes about the Carabinieri, the national police force. While the population might sit around cracking puns, the Carabinieri themselves are busy buying the best vehicles they can find. KitGuru just noticed a story on Top Gear that suggests the carabinieri is setting itself …

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Wanna spend more than $1.5m on a truck? Ask Newell.

We know, with the holiday season upon us, you’re worried that you won’t be able to stretch out on an Emperor-sized bed and flip through KitGuru’s latest content on a 47 inch screen – while ensuring you’re never more than 5 minutes walk from the beach. Fear not, the off-spring …

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Lies ‘R’ Us? Tough tablet to swallow?

These iPad things seem to be everywhere. Every time a major technology site runs with a rumor about the super-featured iPad 3 coming soon to a retailer near you, that your local store actually gets bombarded with cheap imports – promising an iPad like experience for pennies. KitGuru’s been sent …

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Modern Warfare 3 slides in next to Peppa Pig

Rather than the limited convenience of a convenience store, the modern supermarket aims to sell you everything you need, under one roof, including the petrol you need to drive there and back. We’re used to it. So how different does the shelf need to be, before KitGuru spies feel compelled …

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UK must say NO to grey, in the opinion of YOYOTech

Even if you’re only a casual reader of the technology sites, you can’t help but come across the expression ‘grey market’. When there were hundreds of suppliers in the market for systems and components, then it was such a complex issue that no one really tried to tackle it. Now …

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Birmingham City University showcases CNAP.me

In the West, we live in an interconnected world, where nearly everyone understands computers and has access to them. So if you are a developing nation, how can you bring technology to the lives of millions – when you simply do not have the investment or infrastructure in place to …

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Thermaltake wants to ride on the DISCO stick

High-end products are, generally, aimed at one particular market – hardcore gamers. Sure, the workstation lovers get some focus and there is the more-money-than-sense group, but it is the hardcore, living in the dark, nano-suited, sniper fire specialist that gets the love. No idea if it will ever launch, but …

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