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Antec release new Kuhler H20 620 cooler

Antec have entered into the CPU cooling market with the release of a new water cooler, based around Asetek technology. Previously Corsair had a very tight partnership with Asetek with their successful watercoolers, however they are going down a different route now. Antec therefore were more than happy to fill …

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Apple sued: iPhone 4 breaking glass

It seems in the States that people can sue over almost anything. The latest news show that Donald LeBuhn is sueing Apple over the iPhone 4’s glass housing. LeBuhn has filed a class action suit in L.A. County, claiming that the company is aware of the problem and refuses to …

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New Nook Color threatens Kindle dominance

I read a lot of books, and I admit to owning five ereaders – my favourite is the Kindle DX – the larger of the last generation with E Ink Pearl technology. Recently I have been playing with the new Barnes & Noble Nook – the Nook Color, taking the …

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Technology killing paperbacks

I fondly remember as a kid, getting a new book and wondering what cool and exciting adventures lay within. The smell of the paper, the feel of the pages on my fingers as I flipped them over.  It appears as if the charms of a paperback are dwindling, as electronic …

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Synology DiskStation DS1511+ Review

KitGuru has reviewed many NAS systems in the last year and we have covered most of the previous range from Synology. Today we are looking at the new flagship product aimed at the small and medium sized business market. With support for up to 15 drives via additional Synology DX510 …

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Intel OS for tablet PCs ready 21st April

Keeping its options open, Intel now cosies up to several operating systems at the same time. Around the 3rd week in April 2011, it will push out a tablet/mobile OS with Nokia. Hardware will surely be close behind. KitGuru investigates. Turn the clock back 10 or so years, and you …

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Motorola Atrix 4G will support 1080p video recording

The Motorola Atrix 4G looks to be one of the sexiest phones on paper with eye popping specifications. The camera will have a dual processing configuration and the latest news is that it will be capable of 1080p video recording, after launch. This is an update on the post release …

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Is your ISP fast enough? fastest ISPs listed

This is going to be a tough article for people in the United Kingdom to read because let’s be honest, our ISP’s generally suck. Even the fastest quoted ISP’s such as Virgin Media incorporate hideous packet shaping during the evenings, which can reduce glorious 50mbit lines down to 3-5mbit in …

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UK police arrest Wikileaks group for web attacks

Police in the UK have arrested five men yesterday related to distributed denial of service attacks (DDOS). The group known as Anonymouse have been in the press regularly in the last month. In the United States, the Federal Bureau of Investigation said that their agents have undertaken more than 40 …

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Apple to launch new 15 inch & 17 inch Macbook Pro?

If you have wanted a new MacBook Pro in either the 15 inch or 17 inch category, they have been fairly hard to get. KitGuru heard last night from sources in Taipei that Apple are aiming to launch new 15 inch and 17 inch models with updated specifications in the …

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The new Sony PSP – iPad on steroids

Sony have been in the spotlight since they announced the hardware configuration of the upcoming Sony PSP. The new Sony product will be using an ARM processor however it is significantly more powerful than anything else on the market right now. They are using the Cortex A9 core which is …

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Microsoft has no tablet option until Xmas 2012

With Apple set to take a significant chunk of the OS market in 2011, Microsoft has made an executive decision to offer no additional resistance against the all-conquering Jobs advance. KitGuru questions the wisdom. If IDC’s predictions are correct, then lumping tablet PCs in with regular desktops, netbooks and notebooks …

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XFX launch 1GB 6950 XXX and 6970 2GB Black Edition

Poor Zardon is swimming in graphics cards right now and coming soon on KitGuru will be reviews of the new XFX 6950’s and 6970’s. XFX are releasing a 6950 with a single and dual fan and both sets will have a standard clock and an XXX version available. They are …

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Fractal Design Define XL Case Review

We’ve recently reviewed a number of mid-range cases that fall in the just over £100 mark from the likes of Corsair and Lian Li which impressed us greatly.  So when we were offered a similarly-priced case from a lesser known manufacturer, we jumped at the chance so we could see …

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AMD HD6990 3072 stream processors, 2×256-bit 4GB

Many people are waiting on the new AMD HD6990 to hit retail and news has leaked that the upcoming high end card will feature two Cayman GPUs with 3072 stream processors, powered with 4GB of GDDR5 memory across a 2×256 bit memory interface. Pictures of the card are already in …

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Apple boom in enterprise activations: iPad huge success

A recent report from Good Technology shows that Apple’s iOS devices are growing in the enterprise sector, now accounting for 65 percent of all devices activated. The report for some reason is ignoring Research In Motion and their BlackBerry enterprise mobile phone. If they were included, Apple and Android would …

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How many Windows 7 phones have Microsoft really sold?

The new Microsoft Windows Phone 7 launch has not went according to plan, according to many analyst reports. Microsoft claim they have shipped 2 million units to carriers, but no one is delivering actual sales figures. When Microsoft are questioned on their sales figures, they have spoken to the press …

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Mark Zuckerberg’s Facebook page gets hacked

It was bound to happen, especially after the release of the recent movie, but Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg’s page was hacked on Tuesday. This is certainly a good indication that the security in place still needs to be improved. The message that the hackers left read “Let the hacking begin: …

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AMD Turks GPU showcased

Pcinlife have been able to get some images of AMD’s upcoming entry level HD6570 and HD6670 cards that will be based on the 40nm Turks GPU. There are still not details on these new cards or the upcoming Antilles dual GPU solution from AMD, but they are expected in the …

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News Corp ‘The Daily’ iPad newspaper out in two weeks

James Murdoch, son of industry mogul Rupert Murdoch has said that the iPad exclusive paper ‘The Daily’ should be available within the next two weeks. The Daily is the heavily promoted digital only publication which was originally planned for a January 19th launch but was pushed back at the last …

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