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Aug 12
Verbatim 4GB Store ‘n’ Go Micro USB Drive Review

Verbatim 4GB Store ‘n’ Go Micro USB Drive Review

Published in News, Partner News | Written by Rhys

"Just how fast memory technology has advanced over the years, it never stops amazing me.  It always advances at such incredible speed and when you think you have the best gadget, largest or fastest device, something other comes along that supersedes what was possible.  You know those floppy disks of early years?  Well that thing […]

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Aug 12
OCZ Solid 2 SATA II 2.5″ Solid State Drive (SSD) Series Released

OCZ Solid 2 SATA II 2.5″ Solid State Drive (SSD) Series Released

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Rhys

OCZ Technology, today released the OCZ Solid 2 SATA II 2.5” Solid State Drive (SSD) Series. Although much more expensive than normal computer hard drives, the new series is meant to be “ultra-affordable” in hope of convincing many more consumers to try out the flash based memory storage solution.

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Aug 12
Cheaper Xbox 360 Elite kills off Pro model?

Cheaper Xbox 360 Elite kills off Pro model?

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Rhys

Due to the poor economy it seems the more expensive games consoles such as the Xbox 360 and PS3 are being impacted the most. Microsoft is fully aware of this and rumour has it that the direction they’re taking is to cut the price of the Xbox 360 Elite to £180 / $300 to replace the Xbox 360 Pro.

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Aug 12
Scythe Announces 3.5″ Kaze Station Multifunctional Bay

Scythe Announces 3.5″ Kaze Station Multifunctional Bay

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Rhys

Today Scythe launches a 3.5” multifunctional panel called the Kaze Station. The Kaze Station combines a 2-channel fan controller with plenty of easy access front panel connectors. It’s constructed with brushed aluminium controller knobs and front panel which are available in both black (KST01-BK-3.5) or silver (KST01-SL-3.5).

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Aug 12
Razer lands StarCraft II deal

Razer lands StarCraft II deal

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Richard

Razer has landed a deal with Blizzard to produce a line of StarCraft II themed gaming accessories.

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Aug 12
Microsoft ordered to stop selling Word by Judge

Microsoft ordered to stop selling Word by Judge

Published in News, Other News | Written by Richard

A court in Texas has ordered Microsoft to stop selling Word, after coming to the conclusion that the extremely popular program infringes a patent owned by a company in Canada.

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Aug 11
50 Cent in COD: MW2

50 Cent in COD: MW2

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Rhys

50 Cent’s voice will be used in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2; which is due for release on the 10th of November.

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Aug 11
Dashboard Update includes ‘Games on Demand’

Dashboard Update includes ‘Games on Demand’

Published in Gaming News, News | Written by Rhys

Microsoft has added new games to the ‘Games on Demand’ section of the new dashboard update which was launched to all Xbox Live users today.

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Aug 11
GM and eBay to launch new-car sales site today

GM and eBay to launch new-car sales site today

Published in News, Other News | Written by Rhys

In hope to help the company stay afloat, General Motors will be moving the sale of some vehicles online, an industry first.

California will be the first state to trial the deployment where 225 of California’s GM dealers will offer Buick, Chevrolet, GMC and Pontiac cars on a co-branded page of eBay Motors.

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Aug 11
Lian Li launches Tyr PC-X1000 midi-tower case

Lian Li launches Tyr PC-X1000 midi-tower case

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Rhys

Lian-Li Industrial Co. Ltd Ltd has launched the the Tyr PC-X1000 chassis designed as a stylish midi-tower chassis. The Tyr PC-X1000 follows in the prestigious footsteps of its predecessors, namely the PC-X500 and the PC-X2000. Both of a controversial design with side mounted ODD bays. The PC-X1000 however has three traditional front mounted ODD bays as well as three front mounted 140mm fans down the front of the case.

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It has been reported that Microsoft have put windows on aside for the moment to concentrate on a newer OS they are working on.

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Kindle Fire marketing firm reports nearly 100,000 sold in first 24 hours

The Amazon Fire, released last week has been reported to have been pre-ordered 95,000 times. Now it’s not as high as the iPad’s 24 hour sales figures, but that’s one hell of a lot of orders for the companies first “proper” tablet.

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Aug 24

Scythe Kaze Q 3.5″ Fan Controller

“Along with the fan controller, inside the box we can also find the power adapter cable, which allows us to connect the fan controller to one of the PSUs’ MOLEX connectors, cable extenders for 4 fans and mounting screws. No manual is included this time, since the installation is very easy to do.”

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Sep 14

AC Ryan Playon!HD mini Media Player @ Techgage

AC Ryan was once known as a company to produce many different products used to spice up your PC, but well over a year ago, it launched its Playon!HD media player series, and recently, those players became available in the US. We’re taking a look at the “mini” edition of the series, and see how it compares to the competition.

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