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Here’s what you need for a modern day protest

As much as many cheered on Arab Spring protests in Africa and the Middle East over the past few years, it was obvious even in less developed countries that the technological disparity between protesters and governments is widening. So what can modern day protesters do to keep themselves safe from …

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Xbox One secures an Emmy for TV enhhancement

Microsoft has managed to score an Emmy for the Xbox One at the 66th Annual Technology and Engineering awards, presented to it at the Bellagio Hotel in Las Vegas as part of CES. It won in the category for Television Enhancement Devices, beating out contemporary consoles and set top box …

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ADATA launches 3,100MHz memory for very serious users

While most of the PC using population is content snoozing around with 1600MHz memory, ADATA has just moved the goal posts a little bit higher. KitGuru pulls out a stop watch to investigate. How much is anything worth?  It’s an interesting question and one that permeates every aspect of life …

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Cloud server hardware providers rub their hands

For each generation of good idea, there needs to be a seed: An injection of high-profile capital that energises the market and fires the imagination. With The Cloud, that investment could well be from Microsoft. KitGuru pulls out the trusty old abacus. People have been talking about the cloud for …

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Computex: Plextor SSD goes from Fast to Furious

Plextor has always been about quality and durability when it comes to storage. In the past it was always about media readers for disks and CDs, but over the last several years they have expanded to SSD’s, under the ‘PLDS’ (Philips & Lite-On Digital Solutions) umbrella. That’s all good, but …

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Intel presents its Future Showcase for KitGuru

If you ask people in the tech industry about Intel, the the most likely responses will centre on its ability to create a phenomenal volume of fast, powerful processors. That’s true, but it’s also like saying that BP or Esso create and sell petrol. Sure, that’s what they make, but …

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85000 Facebook users begin dating mystery women

Genius reporter David Lee, over at the BBC, has uncovered a dating mystery. As KitGuru goes into ‘Roses are Red, Violets are Blue – We can Rhyme and so can You’ melt down, we also try and bring you some of the facts. It seems that an organisation called ‘Cloud …

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Sony stops selling MiniDisc

What started as a solid plastic item being passed to Captain Kirk around 1966, evolved into a real product by 1992. Today, just about 20 years on, the future is dead and another ‘amazing technology’ gets consigned to the trashpile of history. KitGuru casts an eye back over yet another …

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BMW gets in electric bed with Toyota

Walking along the streets of Belfast, you are constantly reminded that this is where Back To The Future’s super electric DeLorean car was assembled. While no one is expecting time travel any time soon, we’re definitely moving into a world of electric dreams. BMW had dreams of its own, which …

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KitGuru Gaming – Weekly Round Up

For those tech readers who don’t always get time to check out our game related content at Kitguru gaming – here is a round up of content published in the last week. “GameStop’s Challenge – Maintaining Investors and Consumers in an Increasingly Digital World” As Steam, social online gaming, and …

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