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Intel servers go mini-ITX with the new S1200KP

Long gone are the days when a powerful server required a dual socket Xeon motherboard. Nowadays, you can get all the power of a good server in a mini-ITX form factor. This is ...

7 years ago

Netflix ventures into Latin America and the Caribbean

The company Netflix which offers streamed digital content for a monthly subscription fee has made a large expansionary move into Latin America and the Caribbean. The company's ...

7 years ago

MSI release the GT780DX gaming notebook

Today MSI released their gaming notebook on to the market the GT780GX, the device has a full HD 17 inch led screen and a gaming biased SteelSeries keyboard which is ...

7 years ago

Thermaltake release the Massive GT notebook cooler

Notebook coolers are all very similar in design....normally. However, Thermaltake has come along and put something quite different into the mix. The Massive 23 GT notebook ...

7 years ago

OCZ Agility 3 240GB Solid State Drive Review

OCZ have always been a well respected brand in the SSD community and tend to offer up products available to the high-end market. This came in the likes of the Vertex ...

7 years ago

New Sandy Bridge Celerons and Pentiums available in Europe this week

Intel has officially started shipping its newest Sandy Bridge based Celerons and Pentiums and the pricing is quite competitive. The flagship model the G540 has two cores ...

7 years ago

Lenovo offers $200 tablet

Lenovo has released details of its $200 tablet which will apparently be available well in time for the Christmas shopping rush. Coming in 8GB, 16GB and 32GB versions these ...

7 years ago

New CPU cooler from Phanteks

Phanteks has announced a new CPU cooler. The PH-TC14PE (not the catchiest name ever....) is a large CPU cooling tower that will be available in silver, orange blue or red. ...

7 years ago

HighPoint launches budget USB 3.0 solution

HighPoint technologies has launched its latest cost-effective solution to USB 3.0. For systems that lack USB headers and rear USB 3.0 a PCI-E expansion card is certainly a ...

7 years ago

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7 years ago

DeepCool V6000 VGA Cooler Review

DeepCool are a cooling brand who up until the not so distant past were relatively unheard of. When the time was correct, they wisely chose to enter the market and successfully ...

7 years ago

Samsung not interested in WebOS

For those readers who have been keeping up to date on the HP TouchPad situation you will have heard of the speculation that Samsung was looking to license or buy HP's WebOS ...

7 years ago

50% off Call of Duty Titles on Steam

To celebrate the Call of Duty XP event in Los Angeles which is happening at the moment Steam is cutting prices on Call of Duty titles by 50% across the board except on Black ...

7 years ago

Red Orchestra 2 gets new maps after a successful beta launch

The game Red Orchestra 2: Heroes of Stalingrad (often abbreviated as RO2:HoS) has finished its first week of beta testing which started on Monday this week. A successful week ...

7 years ago

EVGA release Precision 2.0.4 overclocking software

EVGA have released an update to their overclocking utility Precision taking it to version 2.0.4 offering to take your card to its limits, with Core/Shader/Memory clock ...

7 years ago

Thermaltake announces LifeCool Notebook cooling pad

Thermaltake has introduced its own notebook cooling pad that is designed to take own rivals like Coolermaster's NotePal cooling pad. The LifeCool cooling pad supports Laptops ...

7 years ago

NEC to release next Generation 24-Inch Desktop Displays

NEC announce the release of two new monitors which are to hit the shelves this month the first model in the new generation of the MultiSync P Series with the 24-inch ...

7 years ago

Nvidia could be planning external notebook graphics

Nvidia general manager Rene Haas dropped hints in an interview with Fudzilla that Nvidia was considering going down the external graphics route for notebooks and laptops. He ...

7 years ago

Special edition PS3 to launch in Japan only

Sony Computer Entertainment Japan (SCEJ) have announced they will release a limited edition PS3 to coincide and be bundled with their new game NINOKUNI and has been named the ...

7 years ago

Limited Modern Warfare 3 edition Xbox 360 to be released

Microsoft has announced there will be a special Xbox 360 Modern Warfare 3 edition released. The Xbox 360 will be uniquely skinned with a Modern Warfare 3 army style design. ...

7 years ago

Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3 multiplayer teaser released

Activision Blizzard have released the multiplayer teaser video for the upcoming first person shooter title Call of Duty Modern Warfare 3. You can watch the video ...

7 years ago

Acer officially announces Aspire S3 Ultrabook

The Acer Aspire S3 is one of the newest Ultrabooks on the market, only officially announced today. It has been previously spotted in shops around Europe ahead of it going to ...

7 years ago

Today is the 3rd Anniversary of Google Chrome

Today is a day to celebrate for Google, the third Anniversary of its open source browser Chrome which was launched on September the 2nd 2008. Chrome has come a long way in a ...

7 years ago

Free DLC for Red Dead Redemption to arrive on the 13th

Rockstar Games has announced that the free "thank you" DLC called "Myths and Mavericks" will arrive on PlayStation 3 and Xbox 360 on September 13th. The DLC is staggering in ...

7 years ago

Apple does u-turn on USB 3.0 due to high Thunderbolt prices

Apple is apparently looking to start adopting USB 3.0 into its systems before Intel puts in Native USB 3.0 support in the next generation of Chip sets. This comes after Apple ...

7 years ago


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