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Twitter hosts Snowden for anti-surveillance conversation

Twitter co-founder and CEO, Jack Dorsey, made an online appearance yesterday as moderator for a Q&A with exiled whistleblower, Edward Snowden. In it he pitched him questions from the wider Twitterverse and gave Snowden a platform for a strong anti-surveillance message, one that Twitter seems to agree with considering its …

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Square Enix President explains his rule of three

Recently Square Enix President, Yosuke Matsuda has been in the news after explaining his rule for judging new IP/franchises. In an interview with Weekly Famitsu the publisher head explained that he believes that a new franchise needs at least three games before its success can be judged reasonably. “Looking retrospectively …

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Exclusive interview with Peter Jankowski from Arctic

The Arctic Freezer series is arguably the most famous ‘first cooler’ in the market. Over the past 14 years, the company has maintained focus on low noise, low cost and low temperatures. More recently, it’s had a tendency to diversify into everything from remote control helicopters to rechargeable batteries and …

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OcUK Forum fires in the tough questions to Richard Huddy

It’s all well and good Richard Huddy, AMD’s Chief Gaming Scientist, answering questions on Mantle, hair follicles and the future of gaming resolutions, what about the tough questions?  Overclockers.co.uk has a pretty active forum – full of hardcore enthusiasts. They wanted Huddy’s reply to some more awkward propositions. Well, here’s the response. Discuss on …

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Adam Ciernicki from Seagate explains SSHD: KitGuru TV

While the world of solid state drives is zeroing in on the traditional hard drive, the actual cost per terabyte difference is still pretty huge. One solution is to mount a small SSD on the hard drive itself. Here, Adam Ciernicki from Seagate explains the technology to Leo Waldock. Looking at …

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Fnatic COO tells us what it takes to make it in eSports

Spend any time around kids and you will be asked, “Can I be a gamer when I grow up?”.  When there was no money in electronic sports (eSports), the question was moot – there was no living to be made. Then a handful of plucky players started to earn some …

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Dotcom explains his departure from Baboom, Internet Party

Kim Dotcom has been a personality we’ve covered here a lot in the past couple of years, mostly because he’s been working on some exciting new platform. Over that time he’s launched the phoenix like file-locker site, Megaupload, a music sharing site and his own political party, but since then he’s …

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Sasa Marinkovic from AMD speaks exclusively with KitGuru

The launch of Kaveri is a strange one. Generally, when it comes to Intel, nVidia and AMD – launches are about ‘burying the other guy’ and delivering more ultra-realistic-cinematographic-technicolour experiences than you ever thought possible. But this one focused more on juice. KitGuru asks AMD’s Product marketing guru, watts all …

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Exclusive interview with Glen Rhodes from AOne

Here at KitGuru, we spend almost all of our time on testing new products that are just arriving in the market. That gives you, the reader, an idea of what to buy – but how does the product get in your local/preferred store?  Finding the cool products and  bringing them …

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Frictional on Machine for Pigs, SOMA and the future

Frictional Games was one of the break out indie stars a few years back, developing its own engine around the Penumbra universe and spearheading the helpless, horror driven story telling that has now become much more common place. So much so in-fact, that Red Barrels released Outlast almost alongside the …

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KitGuru interviews Story Bundle founder, Jason Chen

If you’ve been reading the news here at Kitguru for any reasonable period of time, you know we’re big fans of the Humble Bundle. Specifically I, Jon, am a big fan of the Humble Ebook Bundle, because I’m a self-published author and we need all the help we can get. …

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Silverstone launches brand new ML04 HTPC chassis

Not many things in the world of full-blown, desktop technology products can be said to be 4 inches high. Some tower cases are big enough to house a family – in the case of the Silverstone TJ11. So when we heard that its new case was 10.5cm tall, we had …

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Via helps boost 3D creativity with JAM

Founded in 1987, Via Technologies is a fabless creator of chipsets, processors, memory and other electronics products. Right now, they are causing a stir in the market for a different reason. Jam. Nope, it has nothing to do with cooked fruits and sugar. This Jam is all about creativity – …

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Blizzard Game Director Tom Chilton gives an interview

It’s a little strange when a company interviews itself, but that’s what happens when you’re a multi-billion dollar corporation with huge resources and an audience that would make most national newspapers weep. Tom Chilton is a Game Director for Blizzard and he’s been talking to, well, Blizzard about Escalation. Within …

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