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Sep 10
Mobile Core i7s priced

Mobile Core i7s priced

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Richard

Trusted partners of Intel have been told that Intel is planning to release the Core i7 mobile versions of the Lynnfield quad-core CPUs at IDF, which is scheduled to being on the 23rd of September.

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Sep 09
Dell releases more CULV notebooks

Dell releases more CULV notebooks

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Richard

Dell has brought out two new CULV notebooks, and they’ve got bigger, they are now available sized 14 or 15 inches.

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Sep 09
PlayStation 3 accounts for 10% of iPlayer views

PlayStation 3 accounts for 10% of iPlayer views

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Richard

Whilst the PS3 3.0 firmware update brought an exciting number of new features to the console, by far the most successful has to be the direct link to BBC iPlayer from the XMB.

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Sep 08
Intel releases new Core i7, Core i5 and Xeon 3400 processors

Intel releases new Core i7, Core i5 and Xeon 3400 processors

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Rhys

Today Intel released the all new Intel Core i5 processors, along with two new Intel i7 CPU’s and the Intel Xeon 3400 series. These high performance processors introduce the Nehalem microarchitechture to mainstream desktop and basic server markets.

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Sep 08
XFX PSU Joins the Black Edition Band Wagon

XFX PSU Joins the Black Edition Band Wagon

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Rhys

Entering into XFX’s product portfolio tomorow will hopefully be the company’s first power supply unit. The PSU is rumored to be part of the ‘Black Edition’ series of products, joining some of XFX’s most prestigious products, namely graphics cards.

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Sep 07
Spotify to enable offline playlists

Spotify to enable offline playlists

Published in News, Other News | Written by Richard

Spotifiy is preparing to offer offline versions of the playlists PC users create, as well as users on mobile phones.

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Sep 04
Mobile Phenom II release in June 2010

Mobile Phenom II release in June 2010

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Richard

If there are no problems, it’s expected that AMD will have the Phenom II Black edition quad-core CPU ready for its launch date of June 2010.

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Sep 04
GTA 5 expected in late 2010

GTA 5 expected in late 2010

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Richard

GTA 5 still hasn’t been announced for this holiday season, and now that the schedule is becoming increasingly crowded, it seems Take-Two are going to take the decision to postpone the release of some of its titles that were due to be released in the holiday season of 09.

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Sep 03
MSI launches the X600 Ultra-Slim Notebook in the UK

MSI launches the X600 Ultra-Slim Notebook in the UK

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Rhys

MSI, the manufacturers of notebooks and components has today announced the UK launch of their slim, ultra stylish, powerful MSI X600 notebook. The MSI X600 is aimed at those who demand both style, functionality and power from a notebook. It comes with Intel’s latest CULV platform, a 500GB harddrive, 4GB of internal memory, a large 15.6 inch screen and a ATi Mobility Radeon HD 4330 3D graphics card for excellent gaming performance. All this from a super slimline notebook that measures in at just 9mm at it’s thinest and weighs a light 2.1kg – making the MSI X600 a true portable powerhouse.

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Sep 03
SteelSeries introduces Zboard limited edition Aion Keyset and Asmodian Mousepad

SteelSeries introduces Zboard limited edition Aion Keyset and Asmodian Mousepad

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Rhys

SteelSeries, a leading manufacturer of game peripherals and accessories, introduced today the new SteelSeries Zboard™ Limited Edition Aion™ Keyset and SteelSeries QcK Limited Edition Aion™ Asmodian Mousepad. Co-designed with NCsoft ® Corporation, Aion’s publisher and developer, the limited edition gear provides customized functionality and original artwork from the game that allows players to battle and quest with ease into Aion’s breathtaking world of Atreia.

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