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30th November 2012 by Stephen Simmons
29th November 2012 by Stephen Simmons
Setup, stay up and work till it's done.
29th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
The meet, greet and drinks in the pub....
28th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
The best games of our lifetime that deserve your attention.
27th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
with flagship store in London, but more to come!
Wii Mini, leak first, announce later....
27th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Good Guy GOG keeps the good time rolling on new OS.
ECS Haswell details leaked.
Martin gets technical with network attached storage as he takes a look at this one disk wonder from Synology.
26th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Black Ups fends off a beating from Hitman.
The fun beings in 2014
Intel reaches 1 billion units sold of their mobile SoC chips.
26th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
A year after its announcement Google's indoor maps seems to have taken off.
Having recently filed a patient for augmented reality glasses.
AMD reconsidering x86 CPU roadmap?
Could Microsoft have a light and a full fat edition of their next console?
26th November 2012 by Mathew Wade
Oh, it's only 4Tb by the way...
Two Trinity based Mini PCs announced
Are CPU's ready to be integrated with motherboards...
Mathew hits the keyswitches, not only to type out this review but to put the QPAD through its paces and give us some tactile feedback.
Grand theft pockets. Your money and your life.
23rd November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
The Oliver Twins hope to kick start the Dizzy franchise with new game in the classic series.
23rd November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Police raid home and take her Winnie the Pooh laptop!
Eurocom seems work force reduced to around 50 from 200 in restructure
Tahiti LE GPU ready to rock.
as ordered by US Judge in patent trials.
and leading analysts debate pros and cons of data protection.
22nd November 2012 by Kyle G2
German gaming peripheral maker Roccat have today announced the release of their brand new Lua tri-button gaming mouse
Basic information on Laptop Coolers and Stands
This article gives a basic overview to the CCL laptop docking station range
A basic overview of why you would consider purchasing a new or alternative laptop battery
This article covers what you need to know about laptop bags on CCL's online store
A basic introduction into what a netbook is and what to look for in their specifications when making a purchase
This guide provides basic information on the often confusing world of laptop memory
This guide provides basic information on the often confusing world of desktop memory
22nd November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Gigabyte to support the resolution on their motherboards.
A card reader is a device which allows you to insert the memory cards used by devices such as Digital Cameras, Phones and games consoles into them to transfer data to and from your PC.
This guide should give anyone interested in protecting their equipment with an UPS the basic grounding to make the right purchase
This guide gives a very brief introduction in how to select your first USB Memory Stick
22nd November 2012 by Josh North
Stay safe while browsing online.
This updated guide covers what you need to know about the different laptop options currently available and how to pick the right one for you.
22nd November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
and goes to Kickstarter to make their new god sim.
This guide gives a basic overview of your options when purchasing a modern printer
The essential question on everyone's lips this year. Or maybe not!
This basic guide covers the main types of Router and what key features to look at
This updated and improved guide covers all the major operating systems including the newly released Microsoft Windows 8 & Google's Chrome OS
Fitch downgrades Sony's stock after worries on economic and a strong Yen.
Choosing the right CPU or Processor for your machine can be tricky, in this brief guide you should gain the knowledge you need to make an informed decission
Sega VP of digital distribution states some interesting Steam figures.
It is a tough question, but in this guide I hope to help you choose your perfect graphics card.
This guide covers the basics of hunting down the perfect motherboard and the key points you need to look for when choosing one
This guide covers Optical Drives, a brief overview of the different types of media and what you need to look for when buying a new drive
A brief introduction to Serial and Parallel Controller Cards
A brief explanation of what a controller card is and the features they offer
Tahiti LE GPU not of interest?
Fujitsu and Oracle Discuss Chips at ISSCC.
Nintendo developed games are no more for the original Wii.
My views on gaming, gaming, and well, I guess, gaming.
This guide covers the process of choosing the right memory card for your device and what the most common types of memory card are; from SD and Compact Flash to XD.
21st November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Start your guild recruitment early!
21st November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Microsoft's IE10 obliterates 9 in speed tests.
Semiconductor manufacturer could be going state side.
THQ enter forbearance as CFO leaves the company
Hype keeps building for Ubisofts latest FPS.
Many users reporting bricked consoles after slow update.
21st November 2012 by Oliver Broadbent
Rockstar's latest iteration in the Grand Theft Auto series "up for consideration" on the PC.
Next generation is still on its way.
20th November 2012 by Mathew Wade
Don't worry about the Christmas shopping this year as JellyBean says we're not having a December.
20th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Star Citizen breaks the $6m barrier with cross funding.
20th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
$1.5 million worth of iPad minis stolen.
19th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Call of Duty takes the top honor away from Halo 4
19th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Nintendo 'mock up' menu sparks hack fears.
19th November 2012 by Oliver Broadbent
After 40 years at Intel, Otellini plans to step down in May 2013.
THQ facing lawsuit over use of tattoo in UFC Undisputed 3.
Judge allows addition of iPhone 5 and Galaxy S3 to patent case.
Google fined for illegally tracking users browsing trends.
Facebook in talks in Yahoo for integrated search.
19th November 2012 by Mathew Wade
A Syndicate Lottery... Not a winner
Cisco pay $1.2 billion for cloud company Merkai.
A well connected home, but how?
Wireless WiGig DisplayPort Certification nears completion.
16th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
and smashes through $500m in just 24 hours.
16th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
A 27" gaming monitor you say? Set graphics to stun!
CryENGINE 3.4.3 takes Crytek's free engine tool to the next level.
LAN box and test bench come together at last.
1700 employees cut as they close up shop on OMAP.
SQL injection exploit used to take down website.
15th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
DreamHack, Electronic Sports League & MLG Partner to Unify and Elevate eSports Globally.
Bug fixes and performance improvements in abundance.
Massive improvements for GTX 600 range cards.
Microsoft celebrates 10 years of live with surprise prizes.
15th November 2012 by Mathew Wade
Your 802.11n can kiss my 802.11ac
15th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Intel injects much needed cash into the electronic giant.
It's a pack of lies I tell you!
Latest edition of multi-platform engine and tools out now.
Chip manufacturing resumes in Thailand.
Launches free storage contest to mark the event.
Benchmark Windows, Android and iOS with the next installment of 3DMark.
14th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Wii-U pre-order sales has Nintendo astonished.
14th November 2012 by Stephen Simmons
*singing* The CCL team are packing their bags and are off to LAN for the servers.
14th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Cray's Titan take the top spot.
Demo disc only in retail copies of Lego Lord of the Rings.
Diving into the first Halo title from 343i.
High-Performance Computing Xeon Phi 3100 and 5110P.
Latest update "New Romulus" Launches and with it brings high-level content.
and PlayStation Plus now available!
GK110 Chip with 2688 Stream Processors.
14th November 2012 by Mathew Wade
A rundown of options to store your life on.
13th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Systems to ship in December for $300-500
Intel's new flagship CPU is here at last.
13th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Guru Steven Sinofsky leaves Microsoft under rumours of feud...
Entertainment history made eith $220 Million global sales in 24 hours.
Peter fearlessly faces the stylish dragon keyboard.
New Intel Core i3-3227U and Core i5-3337U detailed.
Antivirus creator wanted for Belize slaying in Belize!
12th November 2012 by Elliot Carver
New high performance cards could signal a flood of new supercomputers.
Volumes were lower this summer ahead of big tech releases.
12th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Master Chief takes this weeks number one spot, obviously.
12th November 2012 by Mathew Wade
Long lost, found and lost again Civilization.
Latest Dual Tahiti server and workstation graphics card announced.
Brings a mini-expansion of new content heralded by massive one-time in-game event.
APU & Athlon II range see big reductions.
GPU manufacturing taking a turn for the better.
12th November 2012 by Oliver Broadbent
Samsung raises the price of their chips supplied to Apple by 20%
12th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
THQ have missed a payment on their $50m loan from Wells Fargo
I'm sorry Dave, but I can't let you all watch this film...
Windows 8 only for DirectX 11.1 as Windows 7 gets no love.
The PC add-in card you never knew you needed.
Martin takes a look at one of our best selling overclocked bundles the Zeus II.
11th November 2012 by Richard Lumb
Kingston's HyperX 3K SSD delivers high-speed SATA Rev. 3.0 (6Gb/s) performance.
Kingston's HyperX Genesis sets the standard in high-performance memory.
DataTraveler HyperX Predator USB Flash drive combines extreme speed with high capacity.
Kingston HyperX Predator memory features fast speeds, low latencies and high capacities.
9th November 2012 by Elliot Carver
Affordable computers are becoming more powerful.
Hands-on reports suggest image quality is pretty out of this world, though
9th November 2012 by Kyle G2
This guide will give any reader the basic knowledge to comfortably go and purchase a new PSU that is a suitable unit for their PC. Remember more specific advice is available from our sales and technical teams both pre and post sales.
This guide briefly touches on what CPU overclocking is, what the benefits are and some of the potential risks, if you have heard overclocking being mentioned but never quite understood what it was then this is a great place to start your research
HP's PC arm has announced that it is focusing so heavily on Windows 8 that they will not be providing driver support for customers looking to downgrade to Windows 7.
Fresh rumours have surfaced regarding the potential for Office iOS and Office Android.
Acer has today announced the latest addition to its renowned line of Revo mini PCs.
9th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Seems Mini is the in thing, apparently.
9th November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Record revenue, with a little help from Tegra.
Apple fans not to be left out of the vault hunting epidemic.
Steamroller delayed, but Kabini is ready to rock.
BioWare has begun to design next game in series.
Poor financials and the poor sales of Darksiders II put THQ in trouble.
8th November 2012 by Elliot Carver
You'll need a VGA cable and a crap TV to make it worthwhile
Thin is in, so the new fan cooler is ideal for 90 per cent of desktops.
8th November 2012 by Kyle G2
This guide aims to cover basic questions many customers have today over what a Sound Card is, what place it has in a modern system and why they should consider purchasing one.
Mushkin today have announced their latest Solid State Hard Drive in the form of a new 30GB Atlas Deluxe mSATA drive, scheduled to be available sometime next month.
Kim Dotcom's latest venture stumbles at the first hurdle with the Me.ga domain revoked.
8th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
This time they've patented a rectangle.
Linux Kernal Development stopped in a bid to reduce operating costs.
If you like meat, Call of Duty: Black Ops and zombies, you're in luck!
7th November 2012 by Elliot Carver
Ubisoft franchise earns rave reviews and PC release is imminent.
Linux gamers get a double dose of treats today.
7th November 2012 by Josh North
CCL-Tech's newest author Josh takes us through updating our drivers for our NVIDIA based graphics cards.
7th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Original + ToeJam & Earl in Panic on Funkotron Now Available for Digital Download.
Intel gains more ground on AMD
Is the Xbox Surface Tablet in development?
Microsoft confirms that the software will be retired next year.
Halo 4 lands on our consoles, but Bungie's next project is the cherry on top.
6th November 2012 by Elliot Carver
Global brands are embracing the Windows Store
Announcement could be made early next week.
6th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
New Hydro Series H100i and H80i
Has NCsoft brought new life to the MMORPG genre?
6th November 2012 by Oliver Broadbent
Studies find that over 100,000 apps on the Google Play app store access sensitive information.
Huge structure flown over the cities skyline for games official launch.
Company warns that it is close to collapse.
Details still unclear, but the studio is definitely cooking something.
Multi-touch Windows 8 compatible monitor coming soon.
Apple's newest device stripped and analysed.
5th November 2012 by Elliot Carver
A return to Morrowind could be on the cards for gamers.
The sure-to-be-bestseller is getting closer, but no details for PC gamers yet.
5th November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Assassin's Creed III take the spot it so rightly deserves.
5th November 2012 by Kyle G2
This guide covers the basic points to look at when you consider buying a new monitor
2nd November 2012 by Elliot Carver
Wikipad release delayed, but 'work hard, game hard' console will soon be on the shelves.
US Department of Homeland Security looks to hire patriotic cyber security experts to call upon in the event of a crippling cyber attack.
2nd November 2012 by Peter Thomson
According to a Gadget Show survey were all Gadget Obsessed.
2nd November 2012 by Liam O'Flynn
Microsoft wants to tackle the lack of apps in Windows 8.
The big A defends why they chose to remove ODD's from Macs.
Hard drive manufacturer reaches the big 2000000000.
Said to be built upon AMD A10 APU
Company aims to be more profitable and efficient.
Microsoft flexes the statistics prior to Halo 4 launch.
EA saving new games for next gen consoles.
This years tech hype off to a steady start
Forth generation sealed loop coolers detailed
1st November 2012 by Elliot Carver
A video game virus seems to be killing off characters in the popular Xbox 360 game.
The principality was given a dystopian feel for an immersive launch party on Halloween night.
1st November 2012 by Martin Castaldo
Asus prove that size really isn't everything with this powerhouse of a Z77 Mini-ITX board.
1st November 2012 by Peter Thomson
Top Names On Show In Paris - November 28-30.
World's first 140mm / 280mm all-in-one liquid cooling solution.
Intel SSD 355 features new 20nm NAND chips.
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