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Low Use of Bitcoin concerning Its Supporters

Despite the large number of online stores and services accepting bitcoins being over 100,000 worldwide, the volatile cryptocurrency usage remains low. Unfortunately for these ...

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President Obama Has the Power to Text Everyone in the US at Any Time

US President Barack Obama has the power to mass-message every American citizen with a phone whenever he deems necessary, the Wall Street Journal has revealed. All modern ...

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XIGMATEK’s Dark Knight II CPU Cooler Announced

XIGMATEK has announced the imminent launch of the Dark Knight II SD1483 CPU cooler. The aluminium fin-stack heatsink, available in frosty-white and matte-black, has ...

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5 Million-Selling Raspberry Pi Becomes Best-Selling UK Computer Ever

Since its launch in 2012, the Raspberry Pi microcomputer has sold over 5 million units, making it the biggest selling British computer of all time, according to a tweet from ...

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Meet The Game That Lets You Hack ‘Jurassic Park’

Remember that scene from ‘Jurassic Park with young Lex hacking the computer system? Well if you if you do, you might have remembered the weird graphical file system ...

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HTTP/2, The First HTTP Update Since 1999, Is Complete

HTTP, the fundamental internet protocol used to transmit formatted data across the web, is getting its first update in 16 years. The new standard, HTTP/2, was completed on ...

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Shuttle Lauches DS57U Broadwell based Slim PC

Shuttle has announced their DS57U Slim PC based around the latest Intel Broadwell platform. The base model comes with a 14nm Intel Celeron 3205U 1.5GHz dual-core processor ...

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Apple To Produce More Than 5 Million Watches in First Run

The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple will produce 5-6 million Apple Watches in their first production run. It’s said that half of this number will be the low-end ...

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Flying Cars to be “Commercially Available” in 2016?

Terrafugia, a company based in Boston in the United States, says that it will offer the first “commercially available” flying car in 2016. The ...

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Apacer Unveils 128GB microSDXC U1 Memory Card

It might be tempting to take along the old memory card when getting a new smartphone or tablet, and while that choice might save you a couple of bucks to begin with, it might ...

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The Ray Super Remote is the Ultimate Home Remote Control

There have been numerous attempts over the last few decades to create a single, universal remote control with the capacity to interact with every one of your home ...

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Another Victim of a Tough Market: SpecialTech is No More

Following our recent coverage of FrozenCPU (stories here), it seems that another much loved retailer has bitten the dust. This time around is it SpecialTech, the place where ...

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Entire Episode of Sitcom ‘Modern Family’ To Take Place on a Mac Desktop

An upcoming episode of ‘Modern Family’, the popular sitcom shown on ABC in the US and Sky in the UK, has been shot entirely on Apple iPhones, iPads and Macs. The ...

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Is Touch ID Headed to MacBooks and Mac Mice?

A new rumour from Taiwanese site says that Apple is to bring Touch ID to its MacBooks and computer mice. Touch ID is the fingerprint scanning technology the ...

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Test Shows Over 100fps Difference Between DX12 and DX11

Brad Wardell, CEO of Stardock, has had some interesting things to say about DirectX 12, and in a recent test he compared DX12 to its predecessor, DX11, on a high-end system ...

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#00001 PS4 20th Anniversary Auction Goes for $127,000

Sony Computer Entertainment held a special auction recently, selling off one of their incredibly popular 20th Anniversary PlayStation 4 consoles. Sony promised to donate the ...

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Humble Square Enix Bundle 2 Full of Great Games

The Humble bundles and sales are just as good at dragging the money out of our wallets as the Steam sales are, and the latest Humble Bundle looks like a great offer too. The ...

2 weeks ago
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VLC to Get Chromecast Support

It seems VLC, the acclaimed open-source portable media player, is getting Chromecast support. VideoLAN, VLCs creator, recently posted a changelog for their media platform to ...

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AOC Unveils Latest 27-inch WQHD Monitor

The latest monitor from AOC comes equipped with a WQHD 2560 x 1440 resolution TN panel, a snappy 1ms response time and 27-inches of real estate. AOC promise wide viewing ...

2 weeks ago
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IDE Isn’t Dead yet, SuperTalent Release DuraDrive ZT4 SSD

Here we are, most of us thinking that the 40pin IDE connector was a part of history by now – but that isn’t so. There’s still a lot of older systems in use, ...

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Acer Announces Freesync Ready XG270HU Monitor

The upcoming Acer XG270HU gaming monitor will feature AMDs FreeSync technology, a great tool to help eliminate screen tearing and stuttering caused by FPS fluctuations. It ...

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Tesla is Working on a Battery For Your Home

Tesla is working on a battery to power people’s homes. The company’s CEO, Elon Musk, announced the development of such a product during the company’s ...

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Samsung First with 14nm FinFET Mass Production

It looks like Samsung beat TSMC to the punch by being the first to announce the mass production of their 14nm FinFET process technology. The first chip to use this will be the ...

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ECS Liva SOC Mini-PC System Review

Introduction ECS (Elitegroup Computer Systems) are no stranger to the PC hardware game despite not being instantly recognisable by most as a PC hardware vendor. In fact, they ...

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Jamie Oliver’s Website Hacked and Used as Malware Distributor

The website of celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, which has an average of 10 million visitors per month, has been hacked. The hackers inserted a string of code that redirects ...

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