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Aug 14
Dog Webcam Review

Dog Webcam Review

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

"The webcam has revolutionised communications with users now able to not only speak to one another over the internet but now also see them; and most importantly, cheaply. With IM services, such as Skype and MSN, all offering video calls, the demand for webcams is still pretty high and manufacturers are always coming up with […]

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Aug 14
Verbatim Nano Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse Review

Verbatim Nano Wireless Notebook Optical Mouse Review

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

"So you just bought a new laptop or net book and you’re already tired of that stupid little touchpad or red useless red button in the middle of the keyboard and you’re already wishing you had a mouse to use. Now for this mouse you would like to have something compact, ready to go at […]

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Aug 14
How to Use iPhone and X10 for Home Remote Control

How to Use iPhone and X10 for Home Remote Control

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

The purpose of the article is to show a way of accomplishing this, and I want to make it as simple as possible. For that reason we will focus on easy to obtain and economical hardware, and perhaps nothing in the home control market is more well known than the X10 family of controllers.

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Aug 14
Zune HD Preview & Comparison

Zune HD Preview & Comparison

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

The Zune HD from Microsoft is a hot topic on the Internet recently and more information has been released about the upcoming device. Other companies have struggled to come up with an Apple iPod alternative and Microsoft’s previous Zune devices haven’t gained much ground either. With the Zune HD, Microsoft is hoping to gain significant ground against the iPod and possibly even overtake it.

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Aug 13
Sempron 140 Unlocks to Athlon II X2

Sempron 140 Unlocks to Athlon II X2

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Richard

The latest processor from AMD to carry the Sempron label is proving that AMD have a thing for crippling their CPUs.

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Aug 13
Shipments of PS3 stop until September

Shipments of PS3 stop until September

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Richard

Although Sony still hasn’t confirmed what we’ve been hearing about the new slim PlayStation 3, rumours have been circulating that retailers are being told that there will be no additional PlayStation 3 stock shipments until September.

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Aug 13
Exploding iPhone injures teenager

Exploding iPhone injures teenager

Published in News, Other News | Written by Richard

In Marseille, France a teenager suffered an eye injury when his girlfriend’s iPhone exploded. The news comes a few weeks after an iPod touch exploded here in England.

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Aug 12
OCZ 550W Fatal1ty Series Power Supply Review

OCZ 550W Fatal1ty Series Power Supply Review

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

"Over the recent years, OCZ have really expanded in the memory business, churning out enthusiast level products without compromising on price. It’s no surprise that they have made such a name for themselves and their popularity reflects their quality very much. Their success hasn’t ended there. Like many other memory companies, OCZ have looked at […]

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Aug 12
Noctua NF-S12B FLX 120mm Fan Review

Noctua NF-S12B FLX 120mm Fan Review

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

Noctua makes excellent products and the NF-S12B FLX is no different.

It is certainly a unique fan in terms of aesthetics, design and engineering.

This is especially evident in the attention to detail that Noctua has paid to the fan – for example, the beveled blade tips.

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Aug 12
JETART miniSTAND NP8900 Notebook Cooler Review

JETART miniSTAND NP8900 Notebook Cooler Review

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

"We all know that heat kills electronic devices. Is it any wonder that manufacturer’s put so much attention into keeping them cool? Here is another innovative product from JETART Technology that promises keep your laptop cool and leave plenty of room in your bag for snacks!   This is the JETART miniSTAND NP8900 Notebook Cooler!   This device is […]

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Spotify launches ‘Private Listening’ after complaints to Facebook integration

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