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Thermaltake pair up with Beyond Technologies & Dabs

After the successful partnership between Beyond Technologies and Sharkoon, Beyond technologies is proud to have been selected as a sole distributor by the world acclaimed Thermaltake brand. Beyond Technologies was chosen for its commitment and determination that was shown to what was once a little known brand in the UK, …

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Apple release new MacBook Air, packs quite a punch

Apple have released their long awaited MacBook Air, based around the Sandybridge platform. There has been much talk about the new superportable machine before it was released. The new MacBook Air computers ship with Core i5 and Core i7 processors and start at £849.00 inc vat in the UK. The …

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Synology Unveils DiskStation Manager 3.2 Beta

Synology today announced the beta availability of DiskStation Manager (DSM) 3.2. The new NAS server OS has taken exciting steps in elevating: Management efficiency with centralized directory service, system-logs, CIFS share folders, and ISO images to mount as virtual drive Business’ mobility with web-based DSM mobile and Google Cloud Print™ …

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Opera and Vodafone extends global frame agreement

Opera Software announced today that they have signed a three-year extension of their global frame agreement with Vodafone. The existing global frame agreement gives Vodafone the chance to offer its customers Opera products such as a Vodafone-branded Opera Mini browser, a product that is at the core of Vodafone’s Internet …

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Apple profit set to increase 69 percent

Apple are due to announce a 69 percent jump in quarterly profit later today. Bloomberg are claiming that record buying of the iPad and Macintosh computer are helping to counter the flagging sales of the aging iPhone 4. With the iPhone 5 due for release in the near future, sales …

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Is Apple’s Final Cut Pro X really that bad?

Apple’s latest video editing package Final Cut Pro X has received a tremendous amount of negative feedback. We reported a while ago that many users were saying it was a cheaper, ‘dumbed down’ version that didn’t fulfill their demands. Apple initially tried to play the problems down a little, but …

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Banking malware targets Android users

Android has been reeling recently, after being targeted by several viruses and trojans. The latest spyware application known as Zitmo has been altered to target the Android Platform. Axelle Apvrille, an antivirus analyst for Fortinet has written a blog post on the subject. She says “Lately, there’s been an active …

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Android 3.2 to hit Motorola Xoom

Motorola Xoom users will be pleased to hear that Honeycomb 3.2 will be released soon for tablet. A Motorola representative spoke to CNET and said “Google has started rolling out Android 3.2, in phases, to Motorola Xoom users”. The update is going to offer a new viewing mode will will …

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AntiSec publish 53,000 military email addresses

Yesterday we reported that AntiSec had compromised a defense and homeland consultant server. To prove the point they decided to publish 67,000 email addresses online, 53,000 of which were .mil origin. Associated Press analysed the list and said that there were 67,000 addresses, not 90,000 as first claimed by the …

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Is the traditional newspaper doomed?

If you frequently take a train or a bus, like me, you may have noticed the growing population who are adopting tablets. This time last year, I would have been hard pressed to notice a single person using a tablet on my train. Last week there were at least 8 …

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AntiSec claim to have hacked military based server

AntiSec, a well known hacking group claim to have broken into a military server and have made off with thousands of email addresses and passwords. This marks the latest in a long list of attacks of government and high profile businesses. According to reports, 90,000 email addresses were compromised, including …

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Alienware partner with Bigfoot for Killer technology

Bigfoot Networksthe technology company behind the Killer line of high-performance networking products, today announced that Dell Computer Corporation is adding Killer™ Wireless-N 1103 high-performance network adapters as a option to all four of its latest gaming laptop PCs, including the Alienware M18x, M17x, M14x and M11x. Building on Bigfoot Networks’ …

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Mac OSX 10.6.8. update causing wireless issues

We have been hearing reports that Apples latest 10.6.8. operating system update is causing some problems for wireless networks. Many forums across the net have threads on the subject and a writer for Computerworld verifies that he has been experiencing the problem himself. With OS X Lion due to ship …

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Antec Basiq Line PSU Series additions

The Basiq series is an entry-level solution that will appeal to users with its reliable dual rail output system and best-in-class design. The VP350P, VP450P and VP550P expand upon the necessary PSU functions with Active Power Factor Correction (PFC), which yields higher efficiency levels and less power grid pollution. For …

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Corsair Announce H80 and H100 liquid coolers

The Hydro Series H80 and H100 feature the latest cooling performance technology, simple installation, and maintenance-free operation. Both include a low-profile, light-weight cooling unit with a micro-channel copper cold plate and a split-flow manifold for superior cooling. They also include digital fan control, allowing the user to select between quit, …

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Smartphone games market continues to thrive

Research firm Nielsen have just issued a new report showing that Gaming is the most popular category for mobile application downloads. An interesting statistic shows that 93% of application downloaders are willing to pay for a game. They added “In contrast, only 76 percent of downloaders are willing to pay …

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A-Team hacking group reveal Lulzsec members

Lulzsec have made quite a name for themselves in recent months, targeting many high profile companies across the globe. Until their recent disbanding they shared the limelight with Anonymous and some people have said that both groups shared members. The ‘A-Team’ are another hacking group who apparently don’t share very …

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Samsung and Apple legal battle continues

Nam Ki Yung, a spokesman for Samsung, told Bloomberg that they were dropping the lawsuit against Apple to ‘streamline the legal proceedings’. The battle between Samsung and Apple isn’t over however as Samsung are going to focus their energies on other lawsuits and countersuits in other parts of the world. …

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Tiny insect rubs penis to emit 99.2dBa: new record

Scientists in France and Scotland have recorded a tiny water boatman insect ‘singing’ at up to 99.2 dBa – the same noise that an orchestra will produce while sitting in the front row. This little insect creates the noise by rubbing its penis against its abdomen. The process ‘stridulation’ has …

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Devs get access to Internet Explorer 10 Preview 2

Developers will be busy this weekend as Microsoft have released the second preview of Internet Explorer 10. The IE10 preview launches help support developers to get access to the new features and behind the scenes interface for software development. Dean Hachamovitch from Microsoft said that developers will be able to …

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Violence and gore: does it sell games?

Yesterday we reported that the video game ban in California was rejected by the court, however two researchers who have based careers on the subject believe that the debate on the subject isn’t over. The Supreme Court in California ruled that the video game industry should be allowed to continue …

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Lords of the overclocking event

Futuremark® today announced the return of its annual Lords of Overclocking competition for PC users everywhere. This year’s event, the largest of its type, will see overclocking pros, enthusiasts and hobbyists from Europe, Asia, Africa and the Americas use 3DMark® 11 and MSI brand graphics cards to compete for the …

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Facebook have hired George Hotz

George Hotz, also known as hacker GeoHot will go down in history as the catalyst that started the attacks on Sony. His posting of the rootkey for the PlayStation 3, caused the wrath of Sony, who were out to get him in the most public manner possible. Fast forward a …

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Sony hacks could have been stopped, according to experts

It would be hard to escape the hacks in recent months on many leading government bodies and entertainment corporations. It all started with Sony some time ago, in what has been classed as one of the biggest intrusions in history. Analysis which has been supported by the US Department of …

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Lulzsec say the attacks will end

Lulzsec, one of the highest profile hacking groups in the history of the internet have disbanded. According to a post they made on popular torrent site the piratebay, they have ended a 50 day long attack on many of the industries leading organisations. Friends around the globe, We are Lulz …

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