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iPad 3 ‘shell’ photos posted online

Many people are waiting on the iPad 3 to hit retail shelves. With the promise of a new super high resolution screen and additional processing power, it looks to be the tablet to rule them all. Apple remain tight lipped about the design and specifications, but as expected the rumour …

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HTC to boost Nvidia Tegra shipments

HTC sell a large percentage of mobile devices, relying heavily on Qualcomm for the majority of their processors. HTC are changing their strategy and they are expected to purchase a larger percentage of Nvidia Tegra processors in the coming months. Due to this Nvidia shipments will increase noticeably, with HTC …

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Google’s answer to cloud storage launching soon

Google has a massive ecosystem, they cover everything from mobile operating systems to blogs. Perhaps the one and only thing I can think of that they have been missing so far is a cloud storage system and if recent reports are to be believed this will soon be changing. According …

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Another beefed up HD 7970 from PowerColor on the way

PowerColor looks to be all over the Radeon HD 7970 with previous sightings of its suped up Vortex and LCS models and now another custom-cooled behemoth from the company appearing online. We’re not exactly sure what model name PowerColor has planned for this dual-fanned version, but presumably it’ll be a …

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$299 tablets planned for emerging markets

Some manufacturers are considering a budget tablet computer aimed at emerging markets. While the Apple iPad runs amok in the high end, many people can’t afford the flagship computer. This has left the market open for a variety of manufacturers who are planning tablet computers for audiences in India, Brazil, …

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G.Skill Launches New Ares! Low Profile Extreme DDR3 Memory

G.Skill, the worldwide leading high performance memory designer and manufacturer, has announced the brand new Ares series low profile performance DDR3 memory. Stylish Low Profile Heat Spreader Featured with low profile heat spreader design (3.2cm in height), G.Skill Ares series DDR3 memory modules are the perfect choices for building high …

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Apple being sued for $38m over ‘iPad’ name

The term ‘iPad’ may be synonymous with Apple, but a Chinese company are suing the shiny fruit maker in a dispute over the iPad trademark. They have said they are also demanding an apology and anticipates that Apple will be fined $38 million by a Beijing court. AppleInsider have the …

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Chrome for Android will never have Flash support

Following last night’s news that Google Chrome for Android had launched, Adobe has come out and publicly said that Flash will never be supported in the Chrome for Android browser. To some this may come as a surprise but last November Adobe said that they will no longer develop Flash for mobile …

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Symantec source code leaked by Anonymous

Following up on our story earlier today, it would appear that Anonymous have indeed leaked Symantec source code on The Pirate Bay and other share sites. The source code is related to PcAnywhere software. Symantec are apparently aware of the problem but aren’t yet detailing if it is genuine source …

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Star Wars fan goes on rampage with dual Lightsabre

We missed this story last week, but felt it was worth a closer look, if only for the fact that some people really are crazy. Star Wars fans are known to take their toys very seriously and David A. Canterburg was jailed for going on a rampage in December at …

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Corsair Vengeance M90 MMO Gaming Mouse Review

Corsair have been steadily enhancing their product portfolio in the last few years, expanding into a number of different markets while continuing to produce a large range of quality memory products.  We have recently been looking at some products from Corsair’s latest Vengeance gaming peripheral range including the fantastic K90 …

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Nikon showcase the D800 DSLR with 36.3MP sensor

Nikon have announced their D800 DSLR camera and have confirmed the rumours that it will incorporate a staggering 36.3MP sensor. The D800 is said to start shipping in March, and buyers will need to budget for huge storage cards if they want to take a lot of images in one …

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Samsung Galaxy S III to be just 7mm thin

Galaxy S III Mockup

At CES earlier in the year the general consensus was that “thin is in.” This applied to everything from new Smart TVs to smartphones. At the same time, Huawei announced the thinnest smartphone ever, the Ascend P1 S smartphone which is just 6.7mm thin while still packing hardware roughly equivalent …

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Intel goes the way of SandForce with SSD 520 Series

As many of you would have seen from our latest in-depth review, Intel has just introduced its new 520 (Cherryville) Series SSDs to market; these of which are the first Intel SSDs powered by a SandForce controller, the SF2281 controller to be exact. Sporting Intel’s own 25nm ‘compute-quality’ NAND flash …

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Samsung confirms white Galaxy Nexus is coming

Have you been wishing the Galaxy Nexus was available in all white attire? Good news, you won’t have to wait for much longer at all, as Samsung have just confirmed that the HSPA+ version of this 4.65-inch sized Android 4.0 running phone will be coming to UK retailer stores as …

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Intel 520 Series 240GB Solid State Drive Review

Today we are looking at the latest Solid State Drive from Intel – the 520 series, codenamed ‘Cherryville’. The drive is built around ‘compute quality’ 25 nanometer NAND flash memory and offers a claimed maximum sequential read speed of 550 MB/s. The Solid State Drive market has been extremely competitive …

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Apple v Motorola v Google

Apple have had to remove several iPad and iPhone models from the German online store, after Motorola Mobility forced a patent injunction against the shiny fruit maker. Apple have apparently failed to license one of Motorola’s wireless intellectual properties. The knock on effect of this ruling is that iPhone users …

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