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Asus Bravo 220 review – media card

I admit it, I am a technology junkie and I always have been, when other kids were playing with Star Wars figures I was disassembling my father’s radio and trying to figure out how it worked. “You got an unhealthy fixation, son” he would mutter as he slapped me on …

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Apple to face upcoming antitrust investigation

Apple have had a hell of a profitable year, overtaking the net worth of giant competitors such as Microsoft. It seems that we can’t go a day without them making news headlines and we reported yesterday that they have coded an ad removal option into their Safari 5 reader. It …

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AT&T iPad IDs leaked to ‘Goatse security’

AT&T Inc. were left in a bad situation yesterday when they had to apologise to their userbase stating that a security hole in their website has exposed iPad users email addresses. Goatse Security, a small group of ‘computer experts’ said they were responsible for the attack and that they had …

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Free edition of 3dmark 11 will be available

Futuremark have been creating leading PC benchmarks for many years and with the imminent release of 3dmark 11, news has just reached us that there will be a free edition available with unlimited runs. Thanks to sponsorship from MSI – Futuremark can offer a free version of the benchmark with …

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Nintendo ditch nVidia for 3DS – sources confirm

Contrary to popular rumour on the net, Nintendo will not be using nVidia’s Tegra in their upcoming state of the art 3DS handheld. KitGuru spoke to an industry insider yesterday who confirmed that the recent news on sites such as IGN and Eurogamer were in fact true – Nintendo are …

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Safari 5’s reader removes ads – fears for publishers

Everyone has been talking about Steve Jobs keynote presentation at WWDC a few days ago, but one thing that the public aren’t mentioning is the fact that Safari 5 will have a prominent ad blocking option which will strip advertisements and other design code from any web page which appears …

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Windows 7 SP1 beta coming your way

Gavriella Schuster, part of the Windows Team has posted on his blog that there will be a new public beta of Windows 7 SP1 released next month. Schuster said: “SP1 will not contain any new features that are specific to Windows 7 itself[, but] will simply be the combination of …

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J&W release new ITX based 6 core Motherboard

J&W, better known under the MINIX brand  has just released information on their upcoming feature packed ITX board due to hit the market in the next six weeks. The motherboard is based around the excellent AMD 890GX chipset which has integrated graphics. It supports all AMD AM3 based processors including …

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Guitar Hero and Farmville hit App store

While details on the iPhone 4 dominated Steve Jobs keynote speech at the Worldwide Developers Conference we were more interested in a couple of very high profile games which will be hitting the App store. Farmville, which has been based on Adobe’s Flash Technology is one of the most popular …

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HP Sales struggle to keep momentum

Hewlett Packard have been experiencing a huge drop in sales lately, according to our sources in the Far East. HP Notebook shipments in May hit 2.6 million which was down dramatically on expectations of around 3.4 million. While the economy is being blamed we can only wonder how Apple managed …

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Noctua show Kitguru new coolers @ Computex

Our favourite cooling company Noctua have been showcasing some upcoming products at Computex in Taipei and we have a little gallery of images to show you this morning. For those of you who don’t know, KitGuru recently hit 4.8ghz on air with a Core i7 875k with their monster Austrian …

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AMD showcase first Fusion demo @ Computex

AMD’s first APU products will be available in the first half of 2011. Codenamed Ontario and Llano they are set to shake up the market. Accelerated Processing Units combine CPU and GPU into a single die processor and are created with 3d video and HD support as the primary focus. …

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Chrome OS targets Windows – later this year

Google made a statement to inform the press that they are releasing their Chrome OS later this year. Google CEO Eric Schmidt has been outspoken about Windows operating systems and has even instructed his staff not to use it, citing security concerns. Apparently Chrome OS will be more secure than …

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