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Motorola now gunning for Apple: seven patent complaint

Apple may be battling Samsung in their high profile court case right now, but Motorola are lining up for their second U.S. Internal Trade Commission complaint against Apple. Motorola claim that Apple have a number of products available which infringe on seven owned patents relating to wireless technology, such as …

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Curiosity Rover fires laser at Martian rock

The Curiosity Rover recently landed on Mars and has now fired its laser beam at Martian rock, with over 30 pulses across a 10 second period. NASA issued the statement from mission control at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory near Los Angeles. The pulses from the robotic science lab deliver more …

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ADATA Launches DashDrive HV610 USB 3.0 External Hard Drive

ADATA™ Technology today launches the DashDrive™ HV610 external hard drive, which combines a unique puzzle piece design concept with a SuperSpeed USB 3.0 interface. A slide-out smart cover provides a convenient and novel way to store the transmission cable. The exterior of the HV610 body comes in a choice of …

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Microsoft report £314 million loss

Microsoft have officially reported their first quarterly loss in its history. As we reported a short while ago, they were forced to write off some of the value of their online advertising business. They had to write down the value of Aquantive by $6.2 billion, which failed to bring the …

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Windows 8 to launch on October 26th

Microsoft are launching Windows 8 on October 26th this year. Steve Sinofsky, the Windows OS chief unveiled the date at the Microsoft annual sales meeting. To add weight, Microsoft updated a blog post with the information. Having tried the operating system I do remain completely unimpressed, particularly with the Metro …

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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “New Console by Award-Winning Industrial Designer – Hailed as the ‘Best Designer Outside of Apple'” Yves Béhar – …

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Research shows 80% of companies block cloud services

Research conducted by Varonis Systems Inc. (http://www.varonis.com), the leading provider of comprehensive data governance software, has found that while 80 percent of companies do not allow their employees to use cloud based file synchronization services, 70 percent of companies would use these services if they were as robust as internal …

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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “Analyzing Video Games on the Basis of Film and Literary Criticism (Part 1 of 2)” This post tackles …

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Google to pay $22.5M fine over Safari privacy concerns

Google are set to pay a whopping $22.5 million fine to resolve concerns that they broke a privacy promise by secretly tracking millions of web surfers using Apple’s Safari browser. The latest news is that the fine has yet to be approved by the Federal Trade Commission which oversees online …

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Samsung only second to Apple in profitability

While many companies are struggling, Samsung have posted record profit of $5.9 billion. They are second to Apple in this record, which is a heck of an achievement for the South Korean firm. Their revenue for $41.4B USD. Samsung are the new leader in global smartphone and feature phone sales …

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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “Revised Wish List for Girls: Video Games #1, Dolls #2” Statistics will sometimes surprise you.  After all, how …

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Z-Drive R4 PCIe SSDs and VXL Software news

OCZ Technology Group a leading provider of high-performance solid-state drives (SSDs) for computing devices and systems, today announced that its PCI Express (PCIe) SSD platform, featuring all Z-Drive R4 PCIe SSD models and VXL software, accelerates virtualization of Microsoft’s cloud-ready SQL Server 2012 database. Providing enterprise, host-based flash performance and …

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Sony PS4 two years in development

News for the new Xbox and Playstation are heating up. It would appear that Sony have been working on the Playstation 4 for a few years now, if employees dates are accurate. Sony have remained tight lipped about the Playstation 3 replacement, however one of their staff members spotted a …

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Microsoft grab Xbox 8 domains, stirring rumours

Microsoft have been buying some domain names, stirring interest amongst publications who are determined the find out the name of the upcoming Xbox 360 replacement. For a while Xbox 720 and Durango have been thrown about as a potential name for the next generation console, however journalists are now pondering …

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Apple Siri gets ‘D’ rating for accuracy

Apple’s Siri voice assistant was one of their key release features when the last iPhone was released, however it would appear that independent analysis has proven that it is not yet a reliable enough search engine tool to replace text input with Google. Gene Munster at Piper Jaffray conducted the …

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Microsoft hit with $1.07 billion fine from European Union

Microsoft have been hit hard by the European Union, after a 14 year struggle between the operating software giant and the continent’s regulators of fair business. The judges have apparently reduced fines from $1.11 billion to $1.07 billion because the European Commission had miscalculated the total. While the fine was …

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Mozilla release faster, safer Firefox for Android

Mozilla have released a new version of Firefox for Android which they claim is ‘smarter, faster and safer than ever before’. The new version of the browser is said to be twice as fast as the stock browser and it starts faster than before with quicker page loading times. They …

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Government to introduce ‘pay to prove innocence’

The government are to introduce a Pay To Prove Your Innocence scheme. As part of the revised Digital Economy Act, suspected internet pirates will have 20 working days to appeal against any allegations of copyright infringement and pay a fee of £20 to do so. The details of this legislation …

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Microsoft spend $1.2 billion on Yammer

Microsoft have agreed to spend $1.2 billion on buying Yammer, a social networking firm targeted towards businesses. Microsoft shares dropped 2.7% to close at $29.86 after the deal was announced. Yammer allows companies to set up social networking sites for their business demands. Their employees can then sign up for …

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Tesco’s Brand Users aren’t the brightest

Rob Salter Category Director of entertainment at Tesco’s claims that the new Ultra Violet digital system is just too complicated for the average customer. The comment was made during a debate at the Future of Entertainment Summit in London, where Salter implied that Tesco customer’s would not be able to …

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Lian Li Announces EATX PC-V750

Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd, today announces a brushed aluminum EATX supported chassis with a front placed PSU – PC-V750. With the power supply placed in the front, the PC-V750 can hold the hardware that enthusiasts desire while keeping a smaller footprint. Shorter than most EATX supporting chassis, the 440mm (17.32”) …

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Samsung Galaxy S III demand exceeds supply

Samsung said today that they aim to sell more than million Galaxy S III smartphones by July. They said that they should achieve a 10 million sales record within two months of the product launch. Sadly, the company are struggling to create the smartphones fast enough, due to component shortages. …

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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at KitGuru Gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “A Video Game Lasting 10 Years Reveals a Version of the End of the World” One man with …

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