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Mar 15
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Free Wi-Fi for the London Underground

Published in News, Technology News | Written by Matt

The service, which is going to be provided by Virgin Media, will be available from July and will offer commuters and tourists completely free and unlimited web access. However, once the Olympics are over, it will all change.

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Nov 17
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Broadband speeds suffer 35% drop during peak times

Published in News, Technology News | Written by matt

A recent survey, carried out here in the UK by Uswitch, has revealed that the best time for users to get the most out of their internet connection is 3am with an average connection being about 9.6Mbps at this time.

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Nov 14
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Britain will have best broadband in Europe by 2015

Published in News, Other News | Written by Matt

Sean Williams, BT Group Director of Strategy and Policy and Portfolio, has recently confirmed that the UK is currently on track in its plans to have the fastest broadband connections in Europe by 2015.

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Sep 29
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Crackdown on UK ‘up to’ broadband packages

Published in News, Other News | Written by Rhys

The word ‘Up to’ is used heavily by ISP’s to advertise internet speeds which quite often are nowhere near the actual speed. The Advertising Standards Agency have now bought in new guidelines which mean internet service providers will need to prove that users of their service can achieve the advertised speeds.

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Which Apple iPad should you choose?

Which Apple iPad should you choose?

If you’re looking to purchase an Apple iPad, there are a few things you need to consider. Are you going to really notice the Retina Display, use the upgraded 5-megapixel camera or use the new 4G connectivity? If you answered no to any of those, then you might want to take a look at this guide on choosing the right iPad.

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How to replace cracked iPhone 3GS screen

So you’ve just been to a party and woken up with a throbbing hangover to find your iPhone screen is cracked. Familiar story? It’s happened to me, too many times! Fret not though, it’s really easy to replace a cracked iPhone screen and can be done for a just a fiver!

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Mar 23

QNAP TS-459 Pro NAS Server @ Benchmark Reviews

“Network storage has become the convenient answer to centralized data for corporate enterprise environments. The QNAP TS-459 Pro NAS server uses the energy-efficient 1.66GHz Intel Atom D512 processor with 1GB of DDR2 system memory to enable VMware Ready iSCSI for virtualization deployments. Dual Gigabit Ethernet network interfaces allow failover safety, while four SATA drives deliver basic-disk […]

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Aug 30

Asus U36JC Laptop Review

There’s no doubt that some laptops, for what you receive, are very overpriced. It could be said that the U36JC from Asus has a very high price tag, but when you take a look under the hood and see what this baby’s running, you’ll definitely understand why it’s so high. Sporting 4GB of DDR3 RAM, a 2.53Ghz Intel i5 Processor and a NVIDIA GeForce 310M with 1GB DDR3 VRAM, the U36JC should be able to handle pretty much anything that’s thrown its way as well as provide decent enough graphics for most of your gaming needs. Let’s see how it well it performs.

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Aug 24

Samson C01U USB Studio Condenser Microphone

“Given the chance to play in a professional environment, I was quite impressed with the Samson C01U USB studio condenser microphone. As a desktop microphone, it is definitely overkill – like using a Peterbilt to go grocery shopping. But give it more demanding tasks, such as audio reproduction, broadcasting, and such, the true power of the C01U can shine through.”

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Sep 14

Evercool Transformer 4 HPJ-12025 CPU Cooler Review

The Intel Core i7 processor is a very popular chip with it being so simple to overclock. However, one common problem that arises after increasing the clock speed of a processor is dealing with the extra heat produced. For many, the stock Intel cooler is incapable of dealing with the higher clocks and so aftermarket coolers are purchased in hope of restoring the low temperatures. One such aftermarket CPU Cooler which boasts to score better temperatures and silent operation is Evercool’s Transformer 4.

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