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Xigmatek Gigas surrounded by Playboy Playmates

This whole industry is based on innovation. Like the man said, it’s not the most intelligent creature that wins – it’s the more adaptable. Having been inundated with images from the show, some of the most interesting came from Xigmatek. Let’s see what the company’s design and marketing guru, Tony …

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How many times should you pay for the same content?

Vince Cable’s announcement that some format shifting would be allowed, in law, by the end of this session of parliament – finally allows the corporations the chance to operate in an intelligent way. KitGuru believes that the real question is actually, “How many times should you pay for the same …

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Scientists claim time travel is impossible: but is it?

Science Fiction fans will be saddened to hear that we won’t be traveling through time, well at least not according to a group of Hong Kong scientists, who claim that their research proves it is impossible. The team, which is based at the Hong Kong University of Science and Technology …

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Google warn users: new search malware in wild

Google are warning millions of people to be on the lookout for a new malware which has already infected many computers. This malicious software will install on unsuspecting computers after scamming people with promises of ‘anti virus software’. In theory, the software sounds very similar to the strain which has …

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insecure passwords to be blocked by Microsoft

Microsoft announced yesterday to the press that they are tightening up their security system for Hotmail users. This update is coming in two stages, with the second phase – to ban common passwords rolling out in the near future. It would seem to be common sense not to have a …

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Electronic Arts purchase Popcap: £815m

Popcap, the maker of successful entertainment games such as Plants V Zombies have been bought over by Electronic Arts, in a deal worth around £815 million. EA have been aiming to compete in the ‘casual games’ sector, against Zynga and this move will help them enhance their portfolio. EA are …

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DOJ demand decryption of laptop to investigate scam

Obama’s administration have told a federal judge to order a woman, accused of a mortgage scam in America to decrypt her laptop so they can get access to files relating to the case. This news story is hitting hard on tech sites, as it could be an integral case for …

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Industry mourns loss of Richard Baker

One of the nicest guys in the IT industry, AMD’s Richard Baker, has sadly passed away after a long illness and tributes have begun to flow from everyone who knew him. Richard belonged to that rare breed of marketing people who actually had a deep understanding of the technology itself. …

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