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Intel Core i7 7700K and Core i5 7600K now available in UK

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If you have been keeping up with tech news over the last few days, then you probably noticed that Intel has officially launched its Kaby Lake desktop processors. We have already had the chance to review the Core i7 7700K and the Core i5 7600K but now, both processors are …

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Nvidia GTX 1060 launch prices and availability

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The Nvidia GTX 1060 officially launched today, with reviews showing it offering similar performance to a GTX 980 at a more budget friendly price point. Now that retailers have some stock in, it is a good time to check the prices and availability of certain custom cards here in the UK. …

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The Oculus Rift is on track for Q1 launch

Next year is set to be big for virtual reality, we’ll have the HTC Vive in April, the PlauStation VR headset in the second half of the year and perhaps most excitingly, the final version of the Oculus Rift in the first quarter. Palmer Luckey and the Oculus crew have …

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Windows 10 Home UK pricing revealed

Update: A couple of weeks ago, Microsoft announced the release date for its latest operating system, Windows 10. The latest update is coming on the 29th of July, while it will be free for those who own a genuine copy of Windows 7 or Windows 8.1, everyone else will have …

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Oculus finally shows off the consumer Oculus Rift

Oculus took it upon themselves to kick off E3 a little early with its own virtual reality event today, where it formally revealed the final hardware for the long-awaited consumer version of the Oculus Rift. We now know exactly what VR fans will be buying when the headset lands early …

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Windows 10 pricing revealed

Windows 10 is in its final phase of development before officially launching on the 29th of July. While those who own a genuine Windows 7 or Windows 8.1 license will be able to upgrade to Windows 10 for free so long as they do it within the first year of …

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Apple is in trouble in Taiwan over iPhone prices

Apple has been fined 20 million New Taiwan Dollars after the country’s Fair Trade Commission found that the company was illegally interfering with price plans on phone networks. The commission found out through a series of emails that the country’s three biggest phone networks, Chunghwa Telecom Co, Far Eastone Telecommunication Co …

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T-Mobile confesses they cannot match Tesco

We all spend a small fortune on mobile devices. Alongside transport and staple foods, it’s one of those omnipresent bills that need to be paid. The only question that remains is ‘How much should we pay?’.  The traditionally strong players here are the providers themselves with their ‘store on every …

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4G is expanding in the UK

EE, The company that scored itself a major head start in the 4G race, is expanding it’s coverage to 12 smaller towns – but it isn’t the only one. O2 and Vodafone are also bumping up their network coverage to five more cities starting today. The latest towns added to …

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Far East memory shipments on hold after Hynix explosions

Following the huge chemical explosions that took out 15% of the world’s memory production a short while ago, KitGuru has now been in contact with several major memory companies and we have been told “Everything is on hold”. As KitGuru reported earlier today, Hynix fabrication plants 1 and 2 (FABs) …

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Xbox 360 real money changeup increases game prices

Microsoft has today changed over all of its Xbox Live prices, from the traditional Microsoft point system, to dollars and pounds – depending which part of the world you reside in. However, this has resulted in some countries – the UK specifically – being hit with price rises for everything. …

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Book pricing on Amazon can penalise Kindle users

It’s not hard to see where the real costs are incurred by book publishers. You have trees to cultivate, chop,  transport, mill, form into paper, transport again, inks to make, covers to design, writers-editors-publishers to pay and, at the end of all that, you still need to ship a heavy …

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Weak consoles blamed for stagnantion of gaming market

If there’s one thing making the hardware market stagnate, it’s the gaming console. That’s according to you, the KitGuru reader. Without amazing new games coming through in droves, where’s the drive to buy new hardware? KitGuru’s loyal followers lay the blame at the collective doors of Microsoft, Sony and Nintendo. …

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