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iPad case features new integrated Bluetooth keyboard!

One of the coolest gadgets we have seen in a long time has been recently released and is available from UK retailer GearZap for £59.95. The KeyCase iPad Folio has an integrated Bluetooth Keyboard and looks to be a ‘must buy’ for iPad business users. This innovative product seemlessly connects …

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Dell Streak Review

The Apple iPhone is one of the worlds most popular portable devices, but the release of the iPad has opened up a new world of ‘big screen’ interaction which is appealing to many people. The problem is, that for many the 9.7 inch screen is just too big to carry …

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XFX HD5770 1GB Single Slot in CrossfireX Review

KitGuru has reviewed many HD5770 graphics cards since we opened and we still believe it is one of the best value cards on the market, combining very reasonable pricing with decent DX11 gaming performance. There have already been a massive selection of third party cards in recent months with faster …

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Asus O!Play Air HDP-R3 Review

With the ever growing market for home networking, it makes sense that companies create media players that can replace the common PC for viewing pictures, playing video content and streaming files from NAS systems. Kitguru recently looked several of these devices from Dutch company A.C Ryan and we felt that …

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UK police raid global iPhone crime syndicate

City Of London police have arrested nine suspected members of a crime conspiracy ring involving thousands of stolen iPhones and millions of pounds worth of fraudulent phone charges. Police performed a series of raids on Wednesday and seized many phones, fake passports, SIM cards and noted a sophisicated network of …

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HP searching for new CEO

With the recent removal of CEO Mark Hurd, Hewlett Packard are hunting for a new leader. They have named firm Spencer Stuart as the company to spearhead this search. Analysts are saying that possible candidates so far are EMC’s Pat Gelsinger, IBM’s Steve Mills, Microsoft’s Stephen Elop and Motorola’s Greg …

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Buffalo Terastation Duo TS-WXL Review

Kitguru reviewed the LinkStation Duo last month and it left our offices with a positive review, especially as the pricing was so competitive. Today we look at a more expensive model in their range – the Terastation Duo WXL. The Terastation Duo is aptly named, as it supports a dual …

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A.C. Ryan release new firmware for Playon! devices

The KitGuru review of the A.C. Ryan PLAYON! media devices was a popular read and today AC Ryan are pleased to announce a new official firmware release for both the Playon! and Playon! HD Mini. This is based on the latest Realtek SDK (v3.x) and AC Ryan inform us that …

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Cryo Computing launch new range of performance laptops

One of the leading UK performance system designers Cryo computing are announcing a range of new laptops. If these are anything like their previous systems I have reviewed then we are in for a treat. The systems are named after ancient Celtic tribes of Britain, Iceni being probably the best …

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Kingston release new HyperX performance memory

Kingston have just announced the release of HyperX ‘H2O’ water-cooled DDR3 and HyperX ‘blu’ entry-level DDR 2 and DDR3 memory kits. This means that currently Kingston have five different ranges within the HyperX performance memory sector. As this could be confusing for many, let us have a look at the …

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New 7 inch iPad rumours persist – in plane switching LCD Display

KitGuru reported last week regarding rumours of a new 7 inch iPad set to hit retail with a Cortex A9 processor. While these were only rumours from far eastern shores, it appears that another Taiwanese publication has detailed more information. Chinese language Economic Daily News reported on Tuesday that Apple …

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Zotac GTX460 AMP! Edition Review

nVidia’s GTX460 is without a doubt the strongest card in their current lineup, the pricing is right and the performance has surprised more than a few naysayers. Even though the reference performance is excellent this hasn’t stopped manufacturers from releasing their own modded boards and KitGuru recently reviewed the MSI …

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Apple employee pleads not guilty

We published a story yesterday on the Apple executive who was under fire for accepting kick backs for leaking sensitive information. Plantiff Mr Devine yesterday pleaded not guilty to these accusations. Paul Shin Devine was lead in handcuffs and an orange prison suit to appear in Federal court in San …

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iAds picking up steam, Nissan and Unilever happy

The world of advertising is a complicated one and almost all sites on the internet need it to survive. Apple have been keen to get into the application market and since June they have been selling ads to run in applications for the iPhone. A potentially massive audience of tens …

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Antec P193 Review

The PC chassis market now is inundated with models from a plethora of manufacturers, so it gets harder and harder for a design to get noticed, especially by the demanding enthusiast audience. The size has to be right, the airflow has to good enough to cool the latest hot running …

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Apple employee arrested over ‘kick backs’ for $1 million

While Apple have had a very healthy 2010 financially, it seems that lately the company are continually dealing with issues on one level or another. The latest problem has emerged that product manager Paul Shin Devine has been possibly involved in kick backs to Asian suppliers. Businessinsider have released information …

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Capacitive touch panels show huge market growth

KitGuru was speaking this weekend with industry insiders in Taipei and we were informed that capactive touch technology is set to grow to around 50% marketshare in the handset sector in 2011. Young Fast Optoelectronics chairman TJ Lin also spoke to Digitimes about the growth and he said that around …

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