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Dell hand out $100 million – securities fraud

A US federal judge has a approved a whopping $100 million fine against Dell for securities fraud. Dell CEO Michael Dell had to persuade judge Richard Leon that he would never do the same thing again on the SEC, the judge ruled against him, saying he had to fork out …

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UFO’s spotted over Manhattan and China, video footage

There have been many reports lately that UFO’s have been spotted all over the world. USADAILY have said that the most prominent sighting has happened recently, when a Chinese airport was shut down. China’s state run People’s daily reported September that air traffic controllers observed with instruments a UFO about …

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UK defence secretary calls for ban on Medal Of Honor

The new Medal Of Honor game is causing controversy due to calls by the UK defense secretary calling for it to banned. The game, as reviewed on KitGuru gaming follows the travels of a Special Forces group battling enemy in Afghanistan in 2002. Defence Secretary Dr Liam Fox called for …

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Roccat Kone[+] Laser Gaming Mouse Review

We were recently impressed by the Roccat Pyra gaming mouse which was designed specifically for gamers on the move.  This only appeals to a small section of the market however as most gamers will prefer a full-size mouse with a better specification. Today we are going to look at Roccat’s …

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Apple to host Mac event showcasing upcoming OS

Apple are hosting a new event on October the 20th called “Back To The Mac”. One of the key points of this upcoming event is that they will be showing the next major version of Mac OS X. It is rumoured that they may also use this event to refresh …

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Twitter target Facebook with projected 1 billion userbase

Twitter co-founder Evan Williams said during a conference in San Francisco that the Twitter platform will soon have one billion users. Williams said “Twitter will get to a billion members”. It could however take quite some time before this becomes a reality, as there are only 165 million registered users …

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Microsoft issue patches for 49 bugs

Yesterday Microsoft issues patches for 49 security holes in Internet Explorer, Windows and other software. This is the largest number of bugs to be squashed in a single Tuesday release. The 49 fixes were classed as critical, one of the highest security ratings that generally indicates potential ‘rogue takeover’ issues. …

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AMD HD6870 and HD6850 benchmarks get leaked

Today we noticed that Hexus have translated some information from chinese website xfastest.com. They have shown some benchmark figures from the upcoming HD6850 and HD6870. Both of these cards have already been pictured and leaked on various Far East sites (shame on you guys!), but this is the first benchmark …

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Cooler Master CM 690 II Case Review

There has never been a better time to purchase a sexy, svelte chassis for a new system build. You no longer have to pay a small fortune either as prices continue to drop and discerning customers keep demanding higher levels of build quality. Unfortunately in such a crowded marketplace it …

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CDMA iPhone could generate $32.4 billion for Apple

Last week news broke that Verizon Wireless will sell a CDMA version of Apple’s iPhone early next year. This could help Verizon hold their lead against AT&T and boost iPhone sales by 10 million handsets in 2011. A CDMA iPhone can offer Apple huge sales growth as more than 543 …

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Bill Gates and the $20 million handout

Microsoft get a lot of bad press so it is always nice to hear that EX CEO Bill Gates is handing out more money for charitable causes. This time Bill and his wife Melinda are spearheading a college based inititive to help improve education. The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation …

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nVidia Geforce GT430 Review

nVidia launched DX11 a full 6 months behind AMD’s Radeon 5000 series and it’s been playing catch-up ever since. Today we are looking at the GT430, the latest and lowest priced model in the new Fermi range. It will be nVidia’s first Fermi fired into the huge sub-£100 market. Winning …

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Nokia C7 – starts shipping to customers: Symbian^3

The hotly awaited Nokia C7 has finally started shipping to customers. This is hot on the heels of the N8 shipment 2 weeks ago. While people had to wait a long time on the N8 however, the C7 shipped very quickly after the first announcement a month ago. The Nokia …

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E-Ink technology reports huge growth in September

KitGuru loves E-Ink technology, we have already covered several E-Ink devices in the past, looking at the Sony PRS 600 Reader and The Amazon Kindle 3. Latest news in from Taipei shows that E Ink Holdings have had a 42.35% revenue increase on this time last year. E-Ink Technology has …

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Book your place in space with Virgin Galactic

Virgin Galactic, the company owned by mogul Richard Branson  has successfully completed its first live ‘demo’, successfully dropping a rocketplane from 45,000 feet to make a glide landing. Richard Branson said “I watched the world’s first manned commercial spaceship landing on the runway at Mojave Air and Space Port and …

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nVidia GT430 available for £65

We have no idea what this nVidia GT430 product is, it does not seem to have been launched, but – for some reason – it is on sale already for £65. Strange. Could this be the same card as the one KitGuru predicted would be launched on 11th October a …

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AMD HD6870 info/pic leaked – ATI branding ditched

In the run up to any major launch we always have ‘leaks’ on the net and insider info making their way into the public domain. The first picture of what appears to be AMD’s HD6870 has just leaked on the net. This image was posted on Chinese ‘pokemon looking’ tech …

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Xigmatek Utgard Case Review

2010 has been a fantastic year for quality chassis design and today we are going to have our first look at a chassis from Xigmatek, a company better known for their coolers and power supplies. Following with traditional Xigmatek marketing concepts, the Utgard is a product clearly paying homage to …

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iPad sales may be killing multiple markets

Kitguru reported week ago that the incredible success of the iPad had damaged laptop sales in 2010, and could also be mainly responsible for AMD’s latest reported quarterly loss. Latest research however shows that other technological sectors are also experiencing dwindling sales. Analysts expect that the iPad will sell 40 …

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