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Sharp continue to face panel delays for iPad 3

Apple will start selling their new tablet computer later this week, but they won’t feature panel technology from Sharp in the early phases due to deliver delays, according to a report published on the Wall Street Journal. Sharp are well known for creating a quality panel, and have experienced success …

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Win a DS212j NAS with Synology!

Is your home network in need of an upgrade? Today we have teamed with Synology and are giving away a brand new DS212j NAS system! Kitguru reviewed the DS212j and said “If you have never owned a NAS system before then this should be your first choice. It is inexpensive …

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Sony announces Xperia sola smartphone

Sony has just announced its latest smartphone to follow the new Sony Xperia styling that has already been seen in the Xperia S, the Xpera sola. The NFC equipped Android smartphone will come bundled with two Xperia SmartTags. These can be configured to do things on the phone, such as …

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Mini iPad will adopt new slim bezel design

I spoke a few hours ago with an industry insider in Taipei, close to the Apple supply chain. He verified that Apple are adopting a new super slim bezel for the upcoming ‘mini iPad’ tablet, said to be 7.85 inch. Apple are known to dominate the high end, and their …

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Twitter buy Posterous, social blogging service

Twitter have announced that they have acquired Posterous, an exciting new microblogging service. The company said on their blog “Today we are welcoming a very talented group from Posterous to Twitter. This team has built an innovative product that makes sharing across the web and mobile devices simple – a …

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OCZ Z-Drive R4 PCI-e SSDs deployed in new COLFAX Enterprise Servers

OCZ Technology Group, Inc. a leading provider of high-performance solid-state drives (SSDs) for computing devices and systems, today announced that Colfax International will deploy OCZ Z-Drive R4 PCIe SSDs into Colfax’s new lines of enterprise servers based on Intel’s recently announced dual socket Sandy Bridge-EP platform. Providing a compact, power-efficient …

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60,000 laptops burn to a crisp

If you find yourself easily attached to electronics on an emotional level (and I’m not just talking about those times when you stroke the side of your iPad with lust in your eyes and whisper, “I love you so much baby”); first of all, you should probably seek professional help! …

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GAME group facing crisis as suppliers pull out

GAME Group have been struggling now for some time, but it has came to a head as some suppliers are refusing to work with the company, sending their shares plummeting by 77 percent. Game has said they were “working actively to resolve these issues as quickly as possible”, but it …

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Enermax Fulmo GT Full Tower Review

The computer chassis market is one of the most competitive in the tech industry with many companies fighting for market share. Today we are looking at the Enermax Fulmo GT … a high cost case which offers ultimate cooling performance with multi GPU support. When I first got involved in …

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Foxconn revenues drop 13 percent in February

Foxconn have been dealing with a publicity nightmare in the last year, requiring key partners such as Apple to step in to mop up the mess. The situation was so bad that Apple made a big deal of joining the FLA. In regards to revenue, Foxconn have reported a rather …

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Apple iPhone struggles in China against Samsung

Apple may dominate in many parts of the world, but in China the iPhone is struggling to catch up against Samsung’s range of smartphones. Samsung hold almost 25 percent of the market for smartphones, according to Gartner Inc research. Apple have managed to land two sales partners now but figures …

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Windows Mobile Marketplace shutting down in May

Microsoft has recently sent out emails to Windows Mobile 6.x users stating that the marketplace will soon be shutting down in early May. Windows Mobile 6.x is not to be mistaken with Microsoft’s current Windows Phone 7 platform. Starting from the 9th of May users rocking Microsoft’s old mobile operating …

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MASTERS OF OVERCLOCKING: Final Result!

As many of our regular readers will be aware, this weekend played host to the regional final of the Overclocking Masters competition where we teamed up with Asus, Kingston Technology  and Multiplay to celebrate the dark art of overclocking.  The nine finalists traveled from all over the country to attend …

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MASTERS OF OVERCLOCKING: Behind the scenes

While Henry Butt prepares his master-report on the glorious overclocking goings-on from the inaugural MASTERS OF OVERCLOCKING finals, we stick a digital SLR behind the scenes to bring you a little more background on the event itself. While the main focus of the MASTERS OF OVERCLOCKING event was to see …

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MASTERS OF OVERCLOCKING: Finals Begin!

Finally, the BIG day has arrived. After strong competition from across the country, the first ever ASUS: MASTERS OF OVERCLOCKING event in conjunction with KitGuru took place today at a secret underground facility north of London. If overclocking tickles you in a special place – read on! Sure, Asus may …

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Archos G9 tablet lineup get suited up with ICS

If you’re an existing Archos G9 Android tablet user you may or may not have been pleasantly surprised with a certain update that graced your tablet yesterday. Archos has started rolling out over-the-air updates for its G9 series tablets that will suit them up with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich …

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OCZ SSD array can move a DVD in under 2 seconds

Computers are fast and they keep getting faster. We constantly see the tremendous pace of progress all around us, but sometimes you see a demonstration that really opens your eyes. At CeBIT 2012, OCZ was demonstrating a load of new technology, including a very swift SSD set up. KitGuru takes …

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Apple and book publishers in hot water over e-book pricing

The U.S. Justice Department has recently warned Apple and five large book publishers that it has plans to file a lawsuit unless they change business practices for alleged price fixing of e-books. This comes about after the European Commission launched a antitrust investigation on the same issue late last year. …

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MSI drops price on Z77 mainboard by 7%

The bizarre events of the NDA-blowing launch and sale of Intel’s new chipset mainboards has moved onto a new stage. Price discounting. KitGuru makes screen grabs and calculations. From the time Futuremark picked up four Intel z77 chipset mainboard reviews, this story has continued to break and change. The latest …

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VTX3D Radeon HD7970 X Edition Review

We reviewed the reference AMD HD7970 flagship card in December last year and we were suitably impressed. A few weeks later XFX sent us their XFX R7970 Double Dissipation graphics card which featured a custom cooling solution. Today we look at the latest version of the card from partner VTX3D …

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