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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. “What Happened at Tonight’s Video Game Awards?!” KitGuru followed the Video Game Awards closely as the night unfolded. …

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Motorola 1 Apple 0 – wireless patent fight

Motorola executives will be smiling today, as a German court has ruled against Apple in an ongoing battle over patents. Motorola have complained that Apple failed to license one of their wireless intellectual properties. Apple use this technology in their 3G iPads and iPhones. Motorola may now try to force …

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Hewlett Packard has new plans for WebOS

Hewlett Packard have been in the news this year for all the wrong reasons. After their botched release of the TouchPad tablet, which ended up on sale at rock bottom prices it appears they have had a change of heart in regards to WebOS. Chief Officer Meg Whitman has verified …

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SAPPHIRE HD 6450 FleX released – entry level Eyefinity

SAPPHIRE Technology has just introduced a new mainstream model to its FleX family of graphics cards that can support three standard DVI monitors in AMD Eyefinity mode, out of the box, without the need for costly DisplayPort monitors or active adapters. The SAPPHIRE HD 6450 FleX incorporates this SAPPHIRE exclusive …

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AT&T suck – its official. Tesco top the UK charts.

AT&T are one of Americas largest carriers, but if reports are anything to go by, their customer service is appalling. For the second year in a row they have been ranked last in Consumer Reports annual customer satisfaction survey. Customers have complained that they deliver a poor voice service and …

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Earth like planet discovered by NASA spacecraft

NASA’s planet hunting spacecraft Kepler has discovered a new alien world in its host star’s habitable zone. This find could mean the planet is capable of holding water. This latest find is the 2,326 find from Kepler, in the first 16 months of it being active. These findings, if confirmed …

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Enermax Briskie Keyboard-Mouse Combo released

Enermax introduces Briskie, an elegant and robust wireless keyboard and mouse combo with excellent price-performance ratio. The powerful 2.4 GHz RF technology offers an operating range of up to 10 meters, so that Briskie is an excellent solution for mobile usage such as for HTPC and multimedia centers. Also Notebook …

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Apple close to launching iTunes in Brazil

Brazilian music lovers will be pleased to hear that Apple are close to launching iTunes in their country. the music publishers group say they are almost ready to sign a deal with Apple which would offer iTunes within Latin America’s largest nation. The executive director Michaela Couto of the Brazilian …

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SAPPHIRE launches Vid-2X

SAPPHIRE Technology, a leading manufacturer and supplier of PC components and multimedia products worldwide has just announced the latest addition to its expanding product line.  SAPPHIRE Vid-2X is a device that allows two monitors to be connected to a single output on almost any computer system delivering increased display area …

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Calling for Power Directors!

Video enthusiasts who use CyberLink’s PowerDirector, the world’s fastest video editor, today have a new outlet to share their love and state emphatically, “I am a Power Director!”. CyberLink Corp. (5203.TW) today unveiled a new community, I Am A Power Director (www.iamapowerdirector.com), for PowerDirector users to express their affinity for the …

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The future of RPG gaming revealed

KitGuru’s latest addition to the team wishes everyone greetings from sunny California – home to gaming developers such as Nintendo, Sega, Square Enix, Blizzard, and Electronic Arts! Graphics, voice actors, music, game art, character design… so many elements make up video games.  They retain components of movies and books while …

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NASA’s ‘Curiosity’ heading to MARS for analysis

NASA launched the new ROVER ‘Curiosity’ successfully, as it heads on the long journey to the Red Planet. The journey will take eight and a half months, traveling  a staggering 354 million miles. The robot craft is part of a huge $2.5 billion Mars Science Laboratory mission and Pete Theisinger …

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Are Apple ready to unleash 4 inch iPhone ?

Apple may be planning to release a new 4 inch iPhone, if reports on MacoTakara are accurate. They claim that Sony and Hitachi have already begun preparing 4 inch LCD screens for a new iOS device which will be released early next year. “According to Asian source, Hitachi Displays, Ltd. …

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Nasa Space Rover ‘Curiosity’ ready for Mars launch

NASA’s Curiosity space rover, at a value of £1.6 billion is set to launch on Saturday, on a long journey to Mars. It will reach the red planet by August of 2012, if all goes well. The Nuclear powered rover craft will enter the thin atmosphere at 3,200 mph, descending …

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HIS Launches MAC-ximization Competition

HIS today launched its “MAC-ximization” Facebook competition for Mac enthusiasts to win one of five awesome prize bundles. If you are a Mac enthusiast and multitasking is second nature to you then please read on. Imagine surfing the web, working on a presentation, checking your emails and never missing out …

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Material created that is 99.9% air – lightest on Earth

According to the LA Times scientists have created the lightest material on earth, called ultralight metallic microlattice, is it 99.9% air. To get this into perspective, Styrofoam is 100 times heavier. This ultralight metallic microlattice is mainly made up from air, thanks to the microlattice cellular architecture. Thomas Shandler of …

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Kingston Digital Launches its Fastest USB Flash Drive

Kingston Digital, Inc., the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced the Kingston DataTraveler® HyperX® 3.0. The DataTraveler HyperX 3.0 is designed for enthusiasts, gamers, early adopters and high end consumers; it features the fastest speeds and largest capacities that …

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Prolimatech release budget Lynx CPU-Cooler

Promlitech have just released their new LynX CPU cooler which targets the mainstream entry level audience who want to upgrade from a sub standard reference cooling solution. At only 28 euros, they are keeping the price competitive for as wide an audience as possible. You can see the full Prolimatech …

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Rambus lose $3.95 billion jury trial against Micron and Hynix

Rambus have lost a $3.95 billion jury trial over their allegations made against Micron Technology and Hynix Semiconductor Inc. They claim that both companies conspired to prevent Rambus memory from becoming an industry standard. Due to the outcome of this trial their company worth dropped 78 percent. The state jury …

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Sapphire launch new low profile HD6670

The SAPPHIRE HD 6670 series is the highest performing graphics card family in its extensive range that does not require an additional power connection, making it ideal for users looking to upgrade existing systems to be compatible with the latest games and applications. Now SAPPHIRE has introduced a new model …

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Kingston release new DataTraveler 109 and urDrive

Kingston Digital Europe Ltd, an affiliate of Kingston Technology Company Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced the launch of the Kingston DataTraveler® 109. The Kingston® DataTraveler 109 is a slim, stylish USB Flash drive available in seven fun colours, and comes with urDrive, a free preloaded …

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Kingston Launches XMP-Certified Memory for Sandy Bridge-E & X79 Express

Kingston Technology Europe Ltd, an affiliate of Kingston Technology Company Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced a range of Kingston HyperX® Genesis memory in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB kits to support the new Intel® Sandy Bridge-E X79 quad-channel processors and X79 Express-based motherboards. Kingston® HyperX Genesis …

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MSI Sandy Bridge Evolution Contest

MSI, the world-renown mainboard and graphics card manufacturer, will be kicking off the “Sandy Bridge Evolution” contest at HWBOT (http://hwbot.org). Join the competition with any MSI 6 series mainboard between November 20 and December 17, 2011, to win MSI’s latest X79 mainboard and evolve your desktop overclocking experience! This “MSI …

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GIGABYTE Announces “Locked ‘n’ Loaded” Contest Winners

Gigabyte announced the winners of the GIGABYTE Locked ‘n’ Loaded contest, hosted on HWBOT.org. To create an even playing field, the Locked ‘n’ Loaded contest featured two stages based on the ability to overclock Intel® Core™ Sandy Bridge processors with a ‘Locked’ multiplier of 31x.  Running from October 1st to …

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HP TouchPad refuses to vanish – more spotted in US

Hewlett Packard might have made a very expensive mistake with the release of the HP TouchPad, but it seems that they have turned a financial disaster into a high profile ‘bargain tablet for the masses’. WEB OS might be dead, but the HP TouchPad is still very much alive and …

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Suns doomsday ‘flare’ wont wipe out earth next year

If you listen to the prophets (and mainstream news industry), some have been claiming that the earth will be destroyed next year. Some have even associated this with a massive Sun’s flare due in 2012. Everyone can rest easy, because NASA have said that this huge flare will not destroy …

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Would you like a holiday on the Moon?

Is a trip to the Bahamas no longer exciting enough? Then perhaps a more exotic destination such as the Moon might be more appealing? It may sound far fetched but it already being planned. Only the rich and wealthy need apply. They released new guidelines this summer which are set …

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