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Jul 11
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GrabCAD Goes 3D for more In-Depth Collaboration and Sharing

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Rhys

GrabCAD, the Boston-based startup that brings members of the mechanical engineering community together, has added a 3D view which it hopes will make it easier for designers to share their efforts with both clients and colleagues. Due to the expense and effort that is required to create full physical models or 3D print outs of […]

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Jun 14
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3 Biotech Achievements that Will Change the Future

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Sam Peters

Cloning is a prime example of a biotech achievement that is already changing how we understand and deal with living organisms. It involves creating a genetic copy of an already existing living organism. This has been successfully tried in the past, though ethical ambiguity has slowed that practice.

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May 21
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British Gas Growing Tech Smarter with ‘Smart Meters’

Published in Technology News | Written by Rhys

British Gas has recently been implementing innovative technology to improve customer service and energy efficiency in the UK. One of their most recent pieces of tech is the ‘Smart Meter’. Smart Meter’s are very similar to conventional meters installed in homes; they hide away in dormant locations in the home and are rarely ever touched. However, what makes the British Gas Smart Meter different is that it communicates with an in-home display (a Smart Energy Monitor), showing you real-time usage for Gas and Electricity.

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May 08
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Developing Software using Cloud Computing

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Rhys

Cloud computing is just one of the many promising new technologies that is transforming the information world and making information processing more efficient and effective. Dell Cloud computing allows firms to purchase computing ability and storage space as a flexible service rather than as a set block of capacity that must be purchased in its entirety rather than in proportion to the amount actually needed.

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May 04
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Samsung Galaxy SIII / S3: Product Overview, Specs and Pricing

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

Now, if you’re all following the current events, you’ll have known that Samsung unveiled the long awaited Galaxy SIII in London yesterday. However, after all of the rumours over the past few months, were you left amazed or a little disappointed?

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May 02
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Are Apple planning on launching their own mobile data network?

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

With Apple expected to be venturing into the TV market fairly soon, news of a somewhat bigger project has been rumoured around the net recently. Wireless industry expert Whitey Bluestein reckons that Apple are plotting to launch their own wireless data network for use on iOS devices around the world.

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May 01
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Is this the Samsung Galaxy S3?

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

With only a few days left until the Samsung Galaxy S3 is officially unveiled, there are still plenty of rumours flying around the net. How fast will it be? What will it look like?

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May 01
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Angry Birds Space downloaded over 50 million times since launch!

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Matt

As you’re all most likely aware, Angry Birds Space is the latest edition to the Angry Birds family. It was launched just over a month ago and has earned itself the title of “fastest growing mobile game of all time” after hitting the 50 million downloads milestone.

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Apr 26
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Springtime fun with the arrival of Shaun the Sheep in 3D!

Published in News, Other News | Written by Rhys

Spring has truly sprung with an all-new series of video adventures featuring a much-loved farmyard favourite from the multi-award winning Aardman Animations. And, the great news is, they are free and exclusive to those with a Nintendo 3DS handheld gaming system.

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Apr 04
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TomTom sat nav issues blamed on “leap year bug”

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

If you own a TomTom Sat Nav, you might have noticed recently that you’re sometimes being presented with a blank grey screen. Well, TomTom have responded to this bug by saying that the problem has been caused due to the fact that this year is a leap year.

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Aug 17

Windows 7 Product Editions Compared

Windows 7, like Vista, comes in six different product editions, from Starter to Ultimate. The average end user may be confused by the different versions and the choice of which to get may be difficult to make. We’ve tried to make it simpler and easier to understand with a table and some comparison between each edition. Make sure you know which edition to get when you buy a new PC or retail version before Windows 7 comes out.

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Sep 14

ASUS GeForce GTS 450 TOP 1GB @ PureOverclock Review

As we know though, not all cards are created equal, and the ASUS GeForce GTS 450 TOP 1GB is a case in point. It takes the Nvidia reference design and injects some steroid-like features into the mix, with a custom heatsink, improved power distribution, voltage tweaking, and an aggressive factory overclock out of the box. From where we sit, it seems ASUS is going for the jugular here, throwing its considerable weight into what appears to be a mini juggernaut of a card.

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Mar 26

Nokia Lumia 900 arriving on April 8th, via AT&T

According to reports, the Nokia Lumia 900 will finally be arriving to US customers on April 8th, via AT&T.

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