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Intel 12th Gen CPU pricing leaks via European retailers

We're still a short while away from Intel launching its upcoming ‘Alder Lake-S' 12th Gen Core desktop processors, but retail pricing appears to have leaked already. Pricing information for K-series processors in Europe has been uncovered, both with and without VAT.  The prices leaked by @momomo_us come from three different dutch …

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The Razer Blade gaming laptop is now available Europe

Razer has become quite well known for its Blade gaming laptop over the years, which has garnered plenty of critical praise with each new generation. After several years on the US market, Razer is finally ready to expand things further to Europe. The Razer Blade gaming laptop is finally available to …

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Google to combine divisions to combat tighter regulation

In order to not fall afoul of European regulators, Google is merging its Northern and Western European divisions, with the one currently covering the rest of Europe, the Middle East and Africa according to some internal sources. This comes after several months of the search giant being investigated for claims …

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iTunes now offers refunds in Europe

Apple has changed the iTunes refund policy making it so that Europeans can return almost any digital item bought from the store within two weeks of purchase. However, as you would expect, there are some caveats in place to avoid abuse of the system. If you open an app, or …

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EU to accuse Apple of taking illegal Irish tax aid

Forget the problematic correlation of Apple products and skinny jeans for a second, as Apple has something altogether more bothersome to deal with. The EU is set to charge the tech giant with taking on illegal state aid from Ireland, thanks to an investigation into why Apple pays as little …

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Europe slowed Britain’s broadband development


Culture secretary Maria Miller revealed today that the reason the promised super fast broadband hasn't reached some of Britain's most rural areas in the past year, is because of European delays placed on funding. While the request was put in for £530 million in state aid in the early months …

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EU Commission investigating net neutrality

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The European Commission has announced it is undergoing a public consultation that aims to look into the “aspects of transparency, traffic management,” with a view to keeping the internet free, and open. Net neutrality is a big issue for campaigners of internet freedom, since it prevents ISPs and other organisations …

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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “The Actual U.S. Navy Needs Video Game Hackers!” Ever think the word “hacker” would look good on your …

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