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5 Reasons to Go Mac
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5 Reasons to Go Mac Windows users who switch to Apple’s Mac ecosystem do so for many reasons. Maybe they become tired of technical issues they may encounter on the PC, maybe they simply fancy a change or they need … Read More

Poll: Microsoft Windows 10: What do you think so far?
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Microsoft Windows 10: What do you think so far? The Internet is abuzz with eager downloaders frantically pulling down Microsoft’s latest operating system, Windows 10. Launched this morning at 5am GMT, Windows 10 offers plenty of new and exciting features, … Read More

5 Myths About Apple
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5 Myths about Apple. Number 1: Macs don’t get viruses. False! There are plenty of viruses and malware out there for Macs, just a lot less than Windows PCs. Malware developers prefer to target Windows-based machines because there are a … Read More

Windows 9 Preview could arrive later in 2014
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Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 9 operating system is not expected to officially launch until the spring of 2015, however according to a report from ZDNet’s Mary Jo Foley, a preview of the OS could be available later this year. The next major … Read More

Microsoft rebrands SkyDrive to OneDrive following defeat in trademark dispute
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Microsoft has not had a lot of success recently when it comes to retaining names for its products for legal reasons. It was forced to surrender the Metro UI name in Windows 8 and now once again a similar situation … Read More

Rumour: Microsoft to bring Android Apps to Windows
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Microsoft has developed a viable mobile platform with Windows 8 but user adoption and reception has been relatively lukewarm. Among the biggest complaints about the operating system, aside from how unsuited the Modern (Metro) UI is for a desktop setting, … Read More

Mac Vs PC – How they built our technology culture
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Ever since the initial launch of Windows 95, the competitive element of the GUI we still use and recognise today, originated by Mac OS System 1, was to now finally go head to head in this highly competitive market. In … Read More

Samsung Galaxy S5 – Everything you need to know
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The Samsung Galaxy S5 is due to make its debut this year and take over as the natural successor to the illustrious Galaxy S4. The super popular Galaxy S line has been a real winner for Samsung ever since the … Read More

Apple Could Introduce A Mac Tablet After All
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As an old school geeky tech anorak and computer enthusiast, I’ve always dreaded the idea that mobile devices would one day usurp desktop PCs. While there’s no denying the allure of sci-fi-inspired technologies like smartphones and tablets, which are now … Read More

5 Ways Microsoft’s Surface Tablets Could Fail
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5 Ways Microsoft’s Surface Tablets Could Fail Following Microsoft’s introduction of their new Surface tablets for Windows RT and Windows 8, the tech industry has been abuzz with optimism that Redmond might finally deliver the dream slates that so many … Read More

Microsoft to bring Office to iOS and Android in November
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BGR has been informed by a reliable source that Microsoft intends to introduce their Office productivity suite for iOS and Android operating systems in November. The software package would be optimized for touch-based input and would include the full range … Read More

Toshiba Introduces LX815 & LX835 All-in-one Desktop PCs
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Toshiba has today introduced two new all-in-one desktop PCs. These are the 21.5-inch LX815 and the 23-inch LX835, which both feature capacitive touchscreens and compelling specifications at competitive prices. They offer the latest Ivy Bridge cores series processors hot off … Read More

Chrome Rises as Internet Explorer Continues to Fall
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Microsoft may still be the dominant player of the desktop web browser market but Internet Explorer’s stranglehold is beginning to gradually decline with its competitors making serious inroads. With 37.8% of the market share in 2012 IE remains the undisputed … Read More

Gigabyte refreshes 11.6-inch Booktop Multi-Touch Tablet PC
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Gigabyte’s Booktop convertible Tablet computer is certainly a unique offering. With its swivel screen and innovative docking station it can be quickly transformed from a Tablet to a Netbook and finally to a traditional desktop computer. Now the new 11.6-inch … Read More

$899 Acer Aspire S3 UltraBook Bound for US & Canada This Week
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The new Acer Aspire S3 UltraBook is due to launch this week for the wallet saving price of $899. The super slender notebook represents one of the first of a new wave of MacBook Air challengers as part of a … Read More

What is Your Computer History?
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I’ll be showing my age by answering this question. My first computer was a Commodore 64C, which without it’s display and external floppy drive looked a lot like a large qwerty keyboard. The 64C featured a radical new design over … Read More

Western Digital increases My Book Studio Drive for Mac to 3TB
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If your MacBook Pro’s external backup drive has become packed to the platters with your movies, photos and presumably very legally downloaded music, then it might be time to consider an upgrade to the latest monstrous My Book Studio Drive … Read More

Zotac produce Nano X2-powered ZBOX mini-PC
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At Computex 2011 Zotac have unveiled their new ZBOX mini-PC, which bares a resemblance to the previous generation of the Mac Mini. This neat little all-in-one NetTop PC is powered by a low voltage Nano X2 CPU at a clock … Read More

LG V300 3D All-in-One Desktop Unveiled
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Manufactures continue to churn out some impressive products at Computex this year and LG are no exception with their own unique desktop offering in the form of the V300 3D all-in-one. Featuring a 23-inch Film-Type Patterned Retarder (FPR) display it … Read More

What is your primary Gaming Device?
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In Today’s featured article we’re asking you, What is your Primary Gaming Device? High end gaming continues to be dominated by the mainstream consoles (Xbox 360, PS3, Nintendo Wii), which also receive priority of the latest graphically cutting edge gaming … Read More