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HIS release new low profile 6450 GPU

Hightech Information System (HIS) today announced the launch of the world’s first 6450 Silence graphics card range. The new HIS 6450 Silence 2GB model is equipped with HIS’ popular silent passive cooling heatsink to create a 0dB environment – the perfect low profile GPU solution for media centres and home …

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Russian Mars probe heads off course minutes after launch

The Russian Space Agency are facing worldwide embarrassment as they have already ran into problems only minutes after launching their space probe which was sent to collect rock and dust samples from a Martian moon. The probe was sent on a 33 month mission and according to reports is already …

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1,312 foot Asteroid headed for close passing to Earth

A 1,312 foot diameter asteroid is said to be on a close path to Earth and will pass closer than the moon at 23.28 GMT Tuesday. It will pass Earth as a distance of around 201,000 miles from our planet. Scott Fisher, a program director with the National Science Foundation …

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Moscow end 520 day ‘Mars mission’

A trip to Mars is the dream of many astronauts and Moscow have finally allowed 6 volunteers to leave isolation after spending around one and a half years locked away in isolation at a Russian research center. This was to test the effects of a flight to Mars. The high …

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Asteroid Lutetia – major new scientific find

Scientists have found an asteroid that may have been an ancient baby planet, formed when the earth was only in its infancy. The European Space Agency’s probe Rosetta flew past the asteroid Lutetia last year, between Mars and Jupiter and they have studied it closely with spectroscopic and thermal sensors. …

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Tt eSports launches White Ra special editions

Looks like the chaps at Tt eSports are very excited to announce SAPHIRA, which they believe to be the world’s most advanced pro-gaming mouse and the White-Ra’s Limited Edition signature mouse pad. So what’s this all about then? For a long time fans of both Tt eSports and StarCraft II …

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Kingston Transforms USB Flash Drive into Active Storage Device

Kingston Digital Europe Ltd, an affiliate of Kingston Technology Company Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced Kingston urDrive, a free pre-loaded application available on a variety of its DataTraveler® USB Flash drives. Kingston urDrive transforms USB drives from passive storage to engaged, active storage, allowing consumers …

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SAPPHIRE launch new HD 6970 BF3 Special Edition

Celebrating the launch of the much anticipated Battlefield 3 game, SAPPHIRE Technology is introducing the SAPPHIRE HD 6970 BF3 Special Edition – featuring two SAPPHIRE exclusive technologies, SAPPHIRE FleX and Vapor-X cooling as well as performance enhancing options for the enthusiast and access to a FREE copy of the full …

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Ozone hole over Antarctica causes concern

Scientists have been analysing the Ozone hole over the Antarctica and have came to a rather frightening conclusion. The hole reached its annual peak on September the 12th and stretched across 10.05 million square miles, according to a report that NASA filed yesterday. NASA work with the National Oceanographic and …

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Kogan release new low cost tablets

Kogan have released a new low cost Tablet in the UK to target the audience who are unwilling or unable to spend more for a mobile device. The pricing in the UK for the 8 inch tablet is around the £120 price point. The 10 inch version is only £30 …

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Powercolor to release new SlingIt multimedia solution

PowerColor today introduces all-new multimedia solution, SlingIt, which is designed to help centralize and distribute entertainment to various devices inside your home. SlingIt creates a gateway to wireless entertainment by offering a pair of devices that builds a bridge among multi rooms. Beams Digital Content from HDMI Source to HDTV …

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Noctua announces free upgrade for Intel LGA2011

Noctua today announced its new NM-I2011 mounting kit for LGA2011. Continuing Noctua’s tradition of supplying its customers with SecuFirm2™ mountings free of charge, the NM-I2011 kit allows Noctua users to upgrade to Intel’s upcoming LGA2011 socket for Core i7-3000 (Sandy Bridge-E) processors. The new mounting is backwards compatible with all …

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Corsair release world first Quad Channel 32GB Memory Kit

Corsair have announced the world’s first high-performance quad channel Dominator 32GB DDR3 memory kit. The Dominator 32GB Quad Channel kit (part number CMT32GX3M4X1866C9) consists of four rigorously-screened 8GB DDR3 DRAM modules with Corsair’s patented DHX+ heatsinks. It operates at 1.5V and is designed to run at 1866MHz, with 9-10-9-27 C9 …

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Iran fail to get monkey into space

Iran have failed with the latest step in their space program – to launch a monkey into space. Reports indicate that the ‘monkey stage’ has ended in failure, which will assuredly have ramifications for the next stage which was to launch a man into space by 2020. They were successful …

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World’s oldest car sells for almost £3 million

The world’s oldest car, powered by steam has sold in auction in America for $4.6 million (£2.94 million). RM Auctions had initially estimated that the car might sell for around $2 million, but they were clearly underestimating the demand. This is the highest price ever paid for an early car …

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ASUS ROG Maximus 4 GENE-Z GEN3 and P8Z68 GEN 3 Series Motherboards

ASUS ROG Maximus IV GENE-Z/GEN3 and P8Z68/GEN3 Series motherboards are the first motherboards in the industry with genuine compatibility for PCI Express 3.0 support. Lab-tested to confirm quality, reliability and performance for users wishing to upgrade to PCI Express 3.0 in the future, the new motherboards ship with upgraded hardware …

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Cloning of human eggs leads to creation of stem cells

Yesterday scientists have claimed that they have used cloning of human eggs to generate embryonic stem cells. These contain the genes of a specific person. The Journal Nature has published the article which details the advancement towards being able to replace genetically matched embryonic stem cells – with the benefit …

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CoolerMaster to release Silent Pro Hybrid PSU

Cooler Master, an industry leading chassis, thermal solution, peripheral, and accessory manufacturer, is proud to announce a world’s first in power supply technologies, the Silent Pro Hybrid Series. Equipped with fully modular cables, centralized control of power supply and system fans, a noise-free operation mode, and an included 5.25” drive …

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Researchers generate most realistic simulation of Universe

Researchers in America have created the most indepth and realistic simulation of the evolving universe. This will help astrophysicists to better comprehend subjects such as dark matter, dark energy and galaxy formation. Leading scientsts from the New Mexico State Univeristy in Las Cruces and The University of California, Santa Cruz …

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HTC say Windows phone 7 will challenge Android

Microsoft have strong backing from leading phone manufacturer HTC, who have went public with their support. Reports show that the faith in Microsoft isn’t misplaced as 30% of their total sales are generated from Windows operating systems. Critical reception of Windows Phone 7 wasn’t as positive as Microsoft had hoped, …

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HIS Launches new 6970 EyeFinity RTS (Ready-to-See) Graphics Cards

HIS today launched new 6970 EyeFinity Ready-to-See graphics cards, the perfect solution to enable AMD’s EyeFinity game play on up to three screens! The HIS 6970 RTS uses innovative technology to enable AMD’s EyeFinity via HDMI. Gamers no longer have to connect the DisplayPort output or use the active DisplayPort …

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Scientists to plan movies originating ‘inside the mind’

It may sound like an idea out of a bad science fiction movie, but according to research, scientists at UC Berkeley have designed a system that can decode, then recreate human perception. This means that imagery can be created ‘inside’ the minds of people. Jack Gallant, a UC Berkeley Neuroscientist …

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NASA fear blindness for long term astronauts

NASA have been investigating a new condition for astronauts who spend a lot of time in space. They have found possibilities of eye problems occuring for those who spend months aboard the International Space Station. Doctors are now concerned that astronauts could go blind by the end of long missions, …

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$1.6 billion to be funded into ‘Space Taxis’ by NASA

NASA are going to pump around $1.6 billion into private companies, willing to develop space transportation services. The US space agency will be requiring complete systems to transport astronauts to the International Space Station by the middle of the decade. US President Obama has filed for $850 million for the …

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Star attacks nearby planet with destructive X-rays

NASA’s Chandra X-Ray Observatory has been the source of some fascinating reports in recent months, and the latest is proof enough to make the hairs on your arms stand on end. They have found that a star, close to an alien planet is sending out mega powerful X-Rays – 100,000 …

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Microsoft solve network issues effecting services

Microsoft have suffered networking issues from yesterday which is effecting users of many of their services. They have acknowledged the problems which have caused problems when users tried to access Skydrive storage services and the Windows Live applications, including Excel, Word and PowerPoint in Office Live. Chris Jones, author of …

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