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Software to let Windows use iPad as wireless monitor

Microsoft Windows users can now use the Apple iPad as a wireless display thanks to a new software beta product called MaxiVista from a German software company called Bartels Media. This fantastic software package lets the end user extend their desktop to other PC’s and notebooks and uses a special …

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Xbox 360 slim helps Microsoft outsell the Wii

June 2010 has been a very strong month for Microsofts Xbox 360. We have been looking at data from the NPD Group which details that the Xbox 360 Slim has helped push sales above the two main rivals, the Nintendo Wii and the Sony Playstation 3. In June Microsoft sold …

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AMD latest financial results – record earnings

We all knew that AMD would do very well in the 2nd quarter, our own newshound Faith had written a good article on the matter days ago. Their financial results released last night however were higher than most people expected – a record second quarter in fact. Total company revenues …

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Apple Knew of iPhone Antenna Risks

The Wall Street Journal have a rather damning article up today, which if its true is going to cause a lot of problems for Apple. According to a report internal concerns about the reception issues were already known before public release. Today there is a conference at Apple’s HQ in …

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Powercolor HD 5870 PCS+ Review

KitGuru has looked at many flavours of HD5870 over the last two months. Today we are going to look at a Powercolor version which is moderately overclocked and comes preinstalled with a hefty heatpipe cooler. The HD5870 is still ATI’s flagship single core card and has been paving the performance …

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Kaspersky block BBC news – by accident

Kaspersky have a great reputation as one of the finest security companies on the net. Recently however they made a bit of a blunder which blocked the entire BBC News site. The Russian companies Internet Security 2011 software suite blocked the updated BBC news site, marking it as a ‘phishing …

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Hacker unlocks iPhone 4 software

It was only a matter of time before someone hacked the iPhone 4 software and the iPhone Dev Team have demonstrated a software unlock for Apples new phone. The iPhone Dev Team have broken every software release that Apple have put on the market and it appears that the newest …

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Apple to hold surprise press conference Friday

Apple are holding a surprise press conference on Friday as they continue to deal with disgruntled customers complaining about iPhone 4 reception issues. Steve Dowling, a spokesperson for Apple said that they would hold the conference on Friday at 10am from their HQ in Cupertino, California. He has yet to …

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ThermalTake Armor A60 Case Review

Thermaltake has released some great products lately and KitGuru’s reviewed many of them. We had a look at the excellent Frio and Contact29 Coolers and we also were impressed with the Toughpower XT 675W power supply. Today we are going to be looking at their latest budget gaming chassis called …

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eBay sued for $3.8 billion – patent infringing

Ebay have been sued for around $3.8 billion yesterday by a Connecticut company who accused the online auctioneer of infringing six patents which revolve around payment systems such as Paypal. According to the complaint filed by XPRT Ventures LLC in Delaware, eBay have reportedly stolen information shared in confidence by …

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Will Apple recall the iPhone 4?

The iPhone 4 launch has been a financial success for Apple, however when we come to talk about the actual hardware, the launch has been far from idyllic. Unless you have been offline and locked in your house for the last 2 months, we are sure you will have heard …

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Pakbugs hack site shut down

Pakistani authorities have closed down the Pakbugs hacking and carding forum. This site was apparently linked to a series of hack attacks and website defacements across the globe over the last year. The Pakspider blog reports that Pakbugs has been blamed for destroying thousands of websites belonging to various government …

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Clevo to adjust operating strategies – due to low sales

Clevo, one of the largest Taiwan based notebook makers are set to hold an internal conference to adjust their generalised operation strategies this week. This is due to lower than expected shipments of notebooks in 2010. Clevo supply the chassis for many notebook manufacturers and their sales in 2010 have …

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Windows 7 SP1 Public beta available

KitGuru reported a few weeks ago that a public beta of Windows 7 Service Pack 1 (SP1) was coming soon. Microsoft have delivered on time and you can now get the public beta for yourself. “As Gavriella Schuster and I have mentioned in previous blogs, SP1 for Windows 7 does …

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Apple recall faulty Time Capsules

TUAW are reporting that Apple are recalling a plethora of their Time Capsule range from 2008 for repair or replacement. These apparently fail after 18 months of use. The recall is detailed now on Apple’s Knowledge base and it covers units with serial numbers in the range XX807XXXXXX – XX814XXXXXX …

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Apple Desktop orders go to Pegatron Technology

Pegatron Technology are a Taiwan notebook maker and our sources today tell us that they may have landed a deal with Apple to get a portion of their desktop orders. They recently lost a portion of the MacBook production partnership with Apple which hit them hard. This information has been …

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Facebook to protect children with new app

The all encompassing social networking site Facebook has agreed to use an application which should help protect the online safety of the younger userbase, according to a Reuters report. This application will appear on a user profile page when they add/bookmark it and it will allow children to report suspicious …

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Windows XP SP2 32 bit support stops tomorrow

With all the nVidia GTX460 excitement today it would be easy to forget that Windows XP Service Pack 2 (SP2) is no longer being supported by updates from tomorrow. Yes, in case you missed it, Microsoft stop support for XP SP2 tomorrow, the six year old edition of the operating …

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eVGA GTX 460 768MB Superclocked Review

GTX460 is ‘Fermi done right’ That’s what nVidia wants us to believe after a tough year. On Wednesday 30th September 2009, Jen Hsun Huang stood on a global stage with a ‘Fermi card’ in his hand and the watching world was treated to a series of demonstrations. Subsequently, we were told …

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Pirate Bay gets plundered

Pirates Bay, favourite site of the RIAA was recently hacked by an Argentinian expert, and he has managed to grab email and IP address of over 4 million Pirates Bay users in the process. Hacker CH Russo has stated in a blog post that he only hacked the site to …

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