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Apple to launch 128GB iPad and Cheaper iPhone
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The rumor mill is abuzz once again with speculation and supposed leaked details of yet another couple of upcoming Apple products. As you might have guessed it, the 2013 iPad and iPhone updates are right around the corner with several … Read More

Netbooks go Extinct as Asus and Acer pull the plug in 2013
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Netbooks are dead! Or at least it would seem they are about to be, according to Digitimes. In 2007 Asus shook the industry by introducing super cheap and extremely portable mini laptops called the Eee PCs. It wasn’t too long before every … Read More

2012 Technology: A year in Review (Video)
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It’s hard to believe that 2012 is coming to an end, for me personally it’s felt like a long year and a big one in terms of Technology. Over the course of the last twelve months we’ve had some major developments … Read More

Twitter finally allows users to archive their Tweets
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Between YouTube unveiling their new Capture app for iOS and Facebook announcing videos ads, it’s been a busy week in the world of social media and now Twitter is getting in on the act with their new archive feature. For … Read More

Samsung set to launch 5-inch Galaxy Grand Dual-Sim Smartphone
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Samsung have announced yet another large screen smartphone to add to the Galaxy S III and Galaxy Note 2. The new Galaxy Grand is a 5-inch, budget-minded handset that may resemble the S III in design aesthetics, but makes significant compromises when it … Read More

Apple confirms new 2012 iMacs to go on sale this Friday
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Apple has announced that their new super-slim 2012 iMacs will be available to purchase this Friday, 30th of November. Initially only the 21.5-inch model will be available to purchase on that date from online and retail stores, the 27-inch edition … Read More

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Rumor: New 2012 iMacs delayed until 2013?
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If you’ve been drooling over purchasing a new ultra thin 2012 iMac then you may want to grab a hanky, because these things look to become the 2013 iMacs. that’s right, production issues look set to delay shipping on these … Read More

Tech Poll: What is the best alternative Tablet to the iPad?
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Although the smartphone market has quickly become a competitive arena filled with high quality handsets and plenty of choice for consumers, the tablet market continues to be dominated by Apple. With the launch of their updated fourth generation iPad and … Read More

Patent Wars: Something has got to give!
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The Patent Wars: It’s a disturbing fact that patent lawsuits are stifling innovation and killing competition – here’s yet more evidence. A report issued by the New York Times reveals that many large companies have threatened small start-ups with legal … Read More

HP introduces new Windows 8-powered Laptops and Desktops
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October is set to be the month of all-things Windows, with the launch of the RT Surface tablet from Microsoft and the latest edition of their ubiquitous Windows OS. Manufacturers from all corners are gearing up to release their newest … Read More

The Secret of Apple’s Success
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Following the recent unveiling of the new iPhone 5, Apple’s share price has hit an all-time high. Its launch was also met with unprecedented pre-order figures. Despite the considerable consumer interest in this new smartphone, industry opinion has been largely … Read More

Razer Blade Gaming Laptop receives speed bump and price cut
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Razer Blade may not have caused quite the splash they were intending when they launched what they billed as the world’s first true gaming laptop. I also don’t think that their marketing department is going to win any awards for … Read More

Which new tech product are you most excited about this year?
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In the world of consumer technology, there is always some tantalising gadget on the horizon just waiting to lighten our wallets. Our appetite for that new fangled device, software product, component or computer is sufficiently moistened by the global electronics … Read More

Lenovo introduces 15-inch IdeaPad U510 Ultrabook
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This week, IFA Berlin has certainly captured the consumer zeitgeist with a smattering of new ultrabooks, tablets and smartphones making their debuts. In a welcome break from the norm, Lenovo has brought us a 15-inch Ultrabook called the IdeaPad U510, … Read More

LG Optimus G smartphone boasts a 1.5GHz quad-core CPU with 4G LTE
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I wonder how long it will be before my once powerful iMac will be usurped in terms of processing power by a smartphone. Judging by the current crop of next generation handsets emerging quickly on the market, it seems like … Read More

Samsung to pay $1.05 Billion to Apple following patent trial verdict
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The big tech news of the week is less about tech and more about the trials and tribulations of copyright infringement. Apple and Samsung‘s patent trial has come to an end and the sadly inevitable outcome is that Apple have … Read More

Eurocom Scorpius laptop is a desktop replacement behemoth!
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Eurocom has introduced a new powerful desktop-replacement workstation called Scorpius. This gargantuan laptop features a 17.3-inch display with a full 1920 x 1080P resolution. Weighing in at 7.72 pounds with a thickness that measures 1.92 inches, this thing is a … Read More

Google introduces groundbreaking 1Gbps Internet & TV service for Kansas City
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This week, Google has launched its first ever high-speed fiber network in the city of Kansas, which provides residents with both TV and internet services. Google Fiber offers a staggering 1Gbps upload and download internet connection along with hundreds of … Read More

MSI launches new CR41 Notebook
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MSI have just unveiled their new CR41 notebook with an unorthodox royal bronze tone finish. The Taiwan-based manufacturer is billing this new portable PC as “Your multimedia companion”. It features a 14-inch display at a lowly 1366 x 768 resolution … Read More

Tech Poll: How often do you backup your hard drive?
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As computer users and technology consumers, we’ve all reached that terrifying moment in our lives at one point or another. We try and convince ourselves that it will never happen or that when it does we’ll be prepared for it. … Read More