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Dec 07
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Android hits 10 billionth application download

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

Google has just announced that the Android Market had recently hit the 10 billion download milestone. A very impressive feat, in which Google are rewarding Android users with a very special deal!

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Dec 02
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Samsung Galaxy Nexus coming to Vodafone soon

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

Vodafone are to be the next network provider to be stocking the Samsung Galaxy Nexus here in the UK. The Android Ice Cream Sandwich device should be arriving in stores soon.

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Dec 01
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Samsung Galaxy Nexus volume problems now fixed

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

As you may have heard last week, the Samsung Galaxy Nexus has been having a few volume related problems. It appeared that the device had a bug that enabled the device to randomly change the volume, causing problems for users who have morning alarms and meetings to attend.

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Dec 01
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Carrier IQ are tracking Android smartphones

Published in Technology News | Written by Matt

A YouTube video has brought to light a very concerning matter, in which Android users’ every move is being tracked whilst using their device. Although tracking software isn’t new, surely users should be told that they’re every move is being tracked whilst using the device?

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Nov 25
Samsung Galaxy S II Review

Samsung Galaxy S II Review

Published in Reviews, Tablets & Smartphones | Written by Matt

Once again we have an extremely powerful smartphone in our possession, the Samsung Galaxy S II. The Galaxy S II is probably one of the most popular devices this year thanks to its large, extremely high quality 4.3-inch display, dual-core processor and 1GB of RAM, which enable it to carry out a whole range of processes without any problem at all. Combined with the brilliant design and £400 price tag, the Samsung Galaxy S II seems like the perfect phone. Let’s see how it performs…

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Nov 24
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Google promises volume bug fix for Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

Google have now admitted that the Samsung Galaxy Nexus volume bug is very real and they are aware of it, in a recent statement.

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Nov 22
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Volume problems for Samsung Galaxy Nexus

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

Many Samsung Galaxy Nexus users have flocked to several forums complaining that their Samsung Galaxy Nexus is randomly changing the handset volume without any warning at all.

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Nov 18
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Siri coming to iPad 2 and Android?

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

With Siri being completely unique to the iPhone 4S, many were left annoyed that they wouldn’t be able to use the new voice activated personal assistant on their older iDevices. However, mobile developers have cracked the protocols to allow Siri to be used on all sorts of devices such as the iPad 2 or even an Android device!

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Nov 17
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The quad-core HTC Zeta – leaked pictures and specs

Published in Technology News | Written by Rhys

With dual-core pretty much available in most smartphones at the moment, HTC feel that this is way too slow and that smartphones should now feature quad-core processors. Introducing the HTC Zeta… The images and specs will be the second HTC leak in the past month if the HTC Edge details, that were also leaked, were […]

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Nov 17
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Motorola Razr finally on sale in UK

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

The latest super-thin device from Motorola, the Razr, has finally arrived here in the UK. With KEVLAR protection and Android Gingerbread, the Motorola Razr should be a very secure device.

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First Samsung Wimax device spotted

Samsung today shared details about one of their new mobile phones, the unannounced SWD-M100 Mondi Wimax mobile phone device for the ‘Clear’ network. Samsung have said that the Mondi has a touch screen and has the capability to access the internet using Clear’s mobile Wimax network.

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Dec 12

Is the Sony NEX-5R the camera which offers everything?

Unless you’re a professional photographer, in today’s world, you really don’t need to own a Digital SLR to capture great photos. Sony’s NEX-5R is a compact digital camera with a difference… okay, so I know your probably fed up of people using that phrase, but really it is. Packing a 16.1-mega-pixel lens, it’s more powerful […]

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Feb 23

Silver Power SP-SS500 Power Supply Review

In this current society, most people don’t realise how much power is actually needed to power a high-end or even a modern PC. There are standard default models which are around 100-150 Watts for small standalone computers which are purely used to connect you to the internet to watch music or watch movies. That being said there are also computers which require ten times the standard PSU with multiple 12 Volt lines for over one hundred pounds at least for the computer enthusiasts. The ‘class’ of PSU recommended for most self-built systems of mid to high end rigs are around 500 Watts, so for this review we had an interesting 500 Watt PSU, presenting the Silver Power SP-SS500 500W. This PSU was tested in a mid-end computer using triple core AMD processor.

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May 27

Noctua NF-P12 Silent Fan

Earlier this week we reviewed a silent 92mm fan, this provided us with silent cooling at the front of our case. Today we’ve got another fan from well known PC silencers, Noctua. This model is the NF-P12, an oddly coloured peach and brown fan which should hopefully replace our noisy 120mm Antec rear fan. Just like most Noctua products, this fan is very innovative with notches cut into the many blades. But is such an innovative fan from Noctua worth buying?

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