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Adobe release support for iOS Flash video streaming

Adobe announced the release of Flash Media Server 4.5 and Flash Access 3.0 which will allow publishers to stream Flash video content. This new release however will also allow Flash Content to be streamed to iOS devices, which obviously do not natively support Flash code. Computerworld say “With Adobe Flash …

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Apple win another round against Samsung tablet

Apple have won another round against Samsung Electronics in the battle to ban the Galaxy Tab 10.1 from the market. The latest injunction in Germany against Samsung was won yesterday. The Dusseldorf court have upheld a preliminary injunction against the Galaxy 10.1 tablet, which has been heralded as the most …

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‘Machinarium’ to support iPad 2, not iPad

One of the finest independent games is finally to hit the Apple tablet. Bad news however for owners of the original iPad as the developer Amanita Design are claiming that it won’t be supported. According to their comments, the original iPad doesn’t have enough memory, and the processor struggles to …

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‘Invisible World’ found by NASA craft

The NASA Kepler spacecraft has apparently found an ‘invisible’ world after detecting a planet which revolves around its orbit at irregular intervals. Sarah Ballard of the Harvard Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics is the lead author on the study and she said “This invisible planet makes itself known by its influence …

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Nvidia CEO says Quad core tablets this year

Nvidia CEO Jen Hsun Huang has said that there will be quad core Nvidia powered tablets by the end of this year. He spoke with Forbes and said that the ‘Kal El’ range of quad core processors will be featuring in tablets very soon. He said “We’re the only people …

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nVidia goes on recruitment drive to counter Radeon HD7000

As AMD prepares to launch its new range of even faster/more capable graphic cards, nVidia – like rust – never sleeps. Specialists across the western bits of the globe got a ping into their in-boxes last night from the jolly green giant, but what was the offer exactly? Right now, …

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Synology release DiskStation Manager 3.2

Synology today announced the official release of DiskStation Manager 3.2 (DSM 3.2). In just 40 days, the beta program of DSM 3.2 attracted more than 60,000 downloads, drawing excited users to get their hands on Synology’s latest operating system. “The NAS server’s evolution accelerates with the launch of DSM 3.2,” …

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The ‘stolen’ Apple iPhone 5 fiasco

Earlier this week we reported on the ‘stolen iPhone 5’. Since then the press have been active on the story, with some reporters claiming that Apple planned the whole event for marketing reasons. In the last day however, some publications are even saying that Apple impersonated police officers in the …

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New colour 7 inch Amazon Kindle priced at $250

Techcrunch have had a hands on with the upcoming full colour Kindle tablet and author MG Siegler says it is ‘going to be a big deal’. Rumours of an Amazon full colour tablet have been rife now for months, and Kitguru has reported on the news before. This is the …

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Brightest Supernova in 40 years found by scientists

The brightest Supernova in 40 years have been found in the PinWheel Galaxy. This is around 21 million light years away from Earth. It is being called ‘PTF11kly’ and is classified as a 1a supernova. A supernova is a stellar explosion that creates more energy than a ‘nova’. They are …

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1 trillion hits a month for Facebook

Facebook continues to grow, with the latest figures released showing a staggering 1 trillion hits a month for the organisation. This is considerable more than even Youtube, which ‘only’ claims 100 million. Behind FaceBook and Youtube, is the ever popular Yahoo.com which claims 78 million page views every month. Facebook …

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Nasa claims $8.7bn cost for Space Telescope

NASA have said that the James Webb Space Telescope will cost $8.7bn to run and maintain over a period of five years, when the project is started in 2018. According to documents which were sent to the US Congress, the updated figures are $2 bn higher than the previous estimates. …

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AMD Boosts Fusion APUs for Notebooks, Ultrathins & All-in-Ones

Today, AMD  updated its awardwinning C- and E-Series Accelerated Processing Units (APUs) for ultrathin and value notebooks, netbooks, all-in-ones and desktop PCs with top of the line features. The updated APUs deliver; Enhanced HD graphics capabilities; Performance boosts with enhanced memory; DisplayPort ++ for connecting to any HDMI or DisplayPort-enabled …

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Enermax release new range of CPU coolers

The time has come to start the sale of the first Enermax CPU cooler series ETS-T40. Three models are available from today. The coolers offer an excellent price-performance ratio and are equipped with a durable and silent 12cm Twister fan. Hamburg, 18th of August 2011. ETS-T40 is a simple name …

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Is the Moon younger than we thought?

New research has shown that the Moon might be 200 million years younger than we originally thought. The new, detailed analysis of a rock which was brought to Earth in 1972 by Apollo 16 has led to the breakthrough findings. The findings were published yesterday by the journal Nature will …

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AMD Introduces A6-3500 Desktop APU

AMD today announced availability of the AMD A6-3500 APU for desktops, extending the lineup of APUs that deliver brilliant HD graphics, supercomputer-like performance and incredibly fast application speeds. The A6-3500 combines three x86 CPU cores with more than 300 Radeon cores, enabling powerful DirectX11-capable discrete-level graphics and dedicated HD video …

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Will mSATA be a giant killer in the PC space?

One of the main reasons people carry on using desktops, is that notebooks are not powerful or responsive enough when the workload gets serious. Moves in the SSD space by companies like AData, could help sound the death bell for desktop PCs. KitGuru picks up a magnifying glass and goes …

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22 additional fake Apple stores found in China

Regular readers of Kitguru will already be aware of the ‘fake Apple store’ which was found and subsequently closed in Kunming. In an update to the original story, it would appear that authorities in Kunming have identified another 22 unauthorised Apple retailers. Apple will be pleased to hear that authorities …

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BitFenix Introduces Merc Chassis

BitFenix is proud to introduce the latest entry in their critically-acclaimed lineup of gaming enclosures. Dubbed Merc, this mid-tower ATX design offers killer features and styling at an unbelievable price point, making it the ideal case for gamers on a budget. “Packed with premium features and BitFenix design DNA, users …

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Hubble telescope captures stunning image of Necklace Nebula

NASA have released a fantastically detailed image of the Necklace Nebula, a planetary nebula. The nebula is formed around a bright ring which measures 12 trillion miles across and is populated with bright formations of gas pockets that look almost like valuable diamonds in the image. These formations glow intensely …

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Maplins release Oscilloscope for £89.99: from 17th August

Are you often found repairing your own electronic equipment? Are you an electronics enthusiast, but could never afford to spend several hundred pounds on an oscilloscope? If so, you will benefit from the Handheld 10MHz Oscilloscope from Maplin that wont break the bank. Retailing at £89.99 this is the first …

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Foxconn release new A75 Series motherboards

Foxconn today launches its latest series of motherboards supporting the new AMD A75 series of chipsets, and the latest AMD A-Series APUs (codenamed Llano) with two mainboards, the A75M and the A75A. Both boards feature the AMD A75 Hudson chipset and support the latest 32 nanometer AMD APUs as well …

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Intel Capital Creates $300 Million Ultrabook Fund

Intel Capital today announced a $300 million Ultrabook Fund to help drive innovation in this new category of devices. As announced at Computex earlier this year, Ultrabook systems will marry the performance and capabilities of today’s laptops with tablet-like features. Ultrabook devices will deliver a highly responsive and secure experience …

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