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Halo Reach – hundreds queue for their copy

Halo Reach has been receiving positive reviews so far from most of the online press and it is certainly going to be one of the biggest games this year. Hundreds queued last night to get their hands on a copy. 400 stores opened in the UK to sell the game …

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New iPad coming soon – slimmed down with camera

The iPad has generated a lot of money for Apple, with geeks across the globe latching onto its portable goodness and high quality screen. Latest rumours in however show that a new version is already in the cards for release next year. The Apple iPad is a great product, but …

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Android OS sales to surpass Blackberry and Apple

Make no mistake, Android is going to take over the world. At KitGuru we firmly believe that Googles smartphone operating system is going to dominate the market, if not this year then in 2011. After we reviewed the Dell Streak a while ago, we were in no doubts this would …

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Corsair AX750 Power Supply Review

KitGuru has reviewed both the AX1200 and AX850 power supplies and our testing has confirmed that this new range from Corsair is setting new standards in their respective classes. Today we look at their AX750, a 750 watt unit targeting a wide audience with a reasonable asking price of £135 …

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Dell and Apple, who is ten times bigger in 2010 ?

Dell’s top man Michael Dell has always been an outspoken CEO and in 1997 when asked what he would do if he was in charge of Apple he said “I’d shut it down and give the money back to shareholders.” Unfortunately this was the start of a ‘CEO-style’ feud between …

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Intel CEO says Apple TV is ‘for mom’

Intel top dog Paul Otellini said in an interview yesterday that the first Google TV devices will start shipping in September. He has also launched a rather scathing attack on Apple TV – probably because it is using an ARM chip rather than a Pentium M. Otellini said that he …

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Arm Cortex A15 chip detailed

Many people have been waiting on the new ARM chip and finally details have emerged detailing the 28nm processor which has been taped out at GlobalFoundries. The processor loses the ‘Eagle’ name and it called the Cortex A15 MPCore Processor and is going to be licensed to customers immediately for …

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AT&T spend billions on networking enhancements

AT&T have been sending out news releases and letters to their customers in the last few days which is firing speculation that the carrier may be coming to the final days of the exclusivity deal with the Apple iPhone in the U.S. AT&T have said that this speculation has been …

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Trend Micro next for acquisition?

Latest reports in from Taipei have shown that Trend Micro are receiving offers for a company take over, although the players involved are being kept quiet at this time. Trend Micro are a publicly listed company which means if the shareholders agree to a takeover deal then the CEO will …

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are Apple really going to sell 28 million iPads in 2011?

UBS Investment Research have estimated that Apple could sell 28 million iPads in 2011, causing delayed customer purchases of traditional notebooks. “Sales of traditional notebooks appear to be feeling pressure from the iPad, causing a scramble by vendors to launch iPad-like tablets,” UBS Investment Research analyst Maynard Um said. “We …

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Exclusive ‘Llano’ AMD Fusion processor picture

For years, AMD’s been telling us that the future is Fusion. At Computex 2010 it finally ran a full speed demo live on stage in front of the world’s press. On 26th July, AMD briefed the press again, with Fusion marketing guru John Taylor taking the lead. Now the threat …

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Google TV service to launch this autumn in U.S.A.

We reported yesterday that Samsung are stepping up a new campaign to shift focus into the television market, using Google’s Android operating system. In an announcement from Google – they state they are bringing the web to television screens in the US later this year and then worldwide in 2011. …

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nVidia’s $2 Million Crysis

In a recent article on DX11 market size, KitGuru explored the powerful benefits to being first to market with a new version of DirectX hardware. However, that hardware is tied into the operating system. No new Windows means no new DX. In moments like these, graphics manufacturers turn to the …

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BitFenix Colossus Review

Many of you may not have heard of BitFenix, a relatively new company on the scene. If you have been following KitGuru over the last few months however, you will have noticed that we have been focusing on them quite a bit. With industry veterans such as Coco Lee (ex …

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eVGA GTX 460 1GB Superclocked SLI review

The GTX 460 has been nVidia’s finest card series in the current generation and the popularity is proving to help generate a good amount of revenue for the guys in green. Compared to other Fermi cards the GTX 460 uses less power, runs cooler and overclocks extremely well, even with …

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Is Android the future?

We have been publishing many stories recently on Google’s Android operating system and we even reviewed the new Dell Streak which makes full use of the platform. What many people aren’t realising however is that the platform is undergoing some staggering growth trends lately. Android in August has taken share …

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