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Adobe ship Creative Suite 6

Adobe announced that Creative Suite 6 (CS6) is now available. The new suite contains the latest versions of InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, After Effects, Adobe Premier Pro, Flash Professional. They are shipping four different versions called Creative Suite 6 Design & Web Premium; Creative Suite 6 Design Standard; Creative Suite …

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HTC: Sense still adds value to the Android experience

Custom OEM skins such as HTC’s Sense or Samsung’s TouchWiz are commonplace on Android smartphones these days and are used to differentiate their phones. HTC Sense has as many lovers as haters; much like most other Android skins. In a recent interview HTC’s head of Sense development, Drew Bamford, provided some valuable …

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Investors lose faith in RIM, shares drop to 8 year low

Shares in Research In Motion dropped to an 8 year low yesterday. This was fueled by a demo of the new BlackBerry 10 Operating system this week, which has failed to inspire investors. Research In Motion have had a very tough 12 months, facing a growing challenge in the smartphone …

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Samsung lands Galaxy S3 smartphone on Apple turf

Having captured the ‘number one spot’ for Android smartphones, Samsung is now gunning all out for overall top spot – in the hearts and minds of the global public – with the launch of the Galaxy S3/S III. KitGuru steps into a high street independent reseller to see what all …

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Facebook to sell for almost $100 Billion this month

What started off as one man’s vision for bringing the whole college dating experience to a much wider audience will, around 18th May 2012, propel Mark Zuckerberg to around number 33 on the Forbes list of the richest people on the planet. KitGuru spend half an hour editing a pic …

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1st Integrated Liquid and Air Graphics Card Cooler

Arctic Cooling are releasing a new liquid and air cooler for high end graphics cards. To improve performance and to lower noise levels. Graphics Card Cooler for Enthusiasts Unmatched cooling performance Active Cooling Unit and thermal adhesive for lower RAM and VR temperatures Maintenance-free closed-loop liquid system Lightest high-end graphics …

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RIM to release updated Blackberry Playbook

Research In Motion haven’t generated anywhere close to the sales they wanted from the BlackBerry Playbook, released April 2011. Instead of cutting their losses and moving ahead they have decided that they will release an updated model later this year. The move is causing some confusion in the industry as …

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Amazon Kindle ditched from Target

Target Corp are dropping the Amazon Kindle from 1,700 stores and their website, just as they plan to create mini shops for Apple products in 25 of their stores this year. Amazon’s Kindle has proven a strong seller, despite Apple’s dominance in this sector. Spokeswoman for Target Molly Snyder said …

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Sony release their first ultrabook – The T11/T13

Sony have released their first ultrabook – the stunning looking T11 and T13. They are planning to release this next month fully loaded with a Sandybridge Core i3 processor. The machine won’t feature the latest 3rd generation Intel Processor, but the Core i3 2367M processor should pack a mighty punch. …

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Apple UK ‘4G’ claims under regulator scrutiny

Apple face an inquiry in the United Kingdom after advertising 4G support from their latest iPad tablet. The Advertising Standards Authority have widened their search according to the BBC. It appears that the regulator are not happy with Apples advertising for the iPad and their subsequent claims to comply with …

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iOS and Android dominate US smartphone market

Apple’s iPhone has been riding high on the American market, with the latest reports claiming that it now has taken 30.7 percent of the smartphone market, and 14 percent of the mobile market in Q1 2012. comScore released their quarterly data report from the MobiLens Service yesterday. While these figures …

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BlackBerry 10 – will it save RIM?

Research In Motion are facing critical mass, as declining sales and an extremely competitive market continue to cause issues for the Canadian smartphone maker. Much of their future success is riding on their upcoming operating system, otherwise known as BlackBerry 10. The first incarnation of the operating system was unveiled …

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Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H Motherboard Review

Today we are taking a look at the Gigabyte Z77X-UD5H, the latest Z77 motherboard targeting the mainstream enthusiast audience. This board is built for overclocking and stability using the 3D power system with Auto Voltage Compensation. Is this an ideal board to shortlist for your next system build? Over the …

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Nokia finally dethroned by Samsung

Nokia have been dislodged from the top spot by Samsung in Q1 for the first time ever in the phone sector. Samsung shipped 92 million phones in the first quarter, compared to 83 million from Nokia. According to IHS iSuppli however Samsung are in second place behind Apple in the …

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UK court tell ISPs to block Pirate Bay

The UK High court has ordered that British ISP’s place a block to famous file sharing site ‘The Pirate Bay’. The UK court has sided with the music industry as they are forcing UK Internet providers to block all access to the file sharing website. This latest order is following …

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