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29th January 2013 by Stephen Simmons
The most innovative optimisation of your workflow, is finally here.
28th January 2013 by Kyle G2
Our ever popular range of Firestorm Workstation PCs has been updated to include the latest technology from our hardware partners.
25th January 2013 by Peter Thomson
Portable, stylish and cool, but are they any good?
The hammer has fallen and all bets are final.
24th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
Martin continues building the mITX HyperV server with lots of images!
24th January 2013 by Peter Thomson
A simple monitor solution with a subtle price tag.
Justification for your quad SLI gaming rig is almost upon us.
Displays exceeds 300 Million OLED panels shipped.
20% of revenue from games gonsoles, next-gen?
Publishers scoop up assets as THQ is auctioned off.
23rd January 2013 by Peter Thomson
Ubisofts Competitive FPS Is Nearly Here!
Naughty Dog's next blockbuster available for pre-order now.
Activision Blizzard working on new technology.
Shifting Focus to "Innovative Form-Factors" over the next three years.
22nd January 2013 by Peter Thomson
Everything we know about the upcoming Sony hardware.
Taking a look at some of the finest RPG games ever created.
"Deathmatch Made in Heaven" brings four new modes.
Could assist with his ever decreasing rate of communication.
$1.1 billion of real estate sold to tide financial losses.
22nd January 2013 by Kyle G2
CCL launch their latest gaming PC, the Elite Talon for just £649.99 inc VAT! With a powerful Intel Core i7 CPU and AMD Radeon HD 7870 graphics card this is one powerful gaming PC!
CCL have launched a new gaming system for just £499.99 inc VAT that monsters through the latest games at high settings! This is just an amazing value for money for a high spec gaming PC!
22nd January 2013 by Oliver Broadbent
A potential lifeline for the struggling high street entertainment chain.
Flagship "Titan" card will blow you and your wallet away.
21st January 2013 by Martin Robson
This blog will be a kind of mini-walkthrough/review, I'll start this post by giving an introduction to the walking dead series, and aspects of the game, so in my other blog posts, I can get straight to the action.
21st January 2013 by Oliver Broadbent
If you suffer WiFi deadzones, this is the affordable device you've always needed.
21st January 2013 by Peter Thomson
A Rundown of what you can expect from the Nintendo camp this year.
i4000 "Haswell" microprocessor keeps moving forward.
HMV's financial troubles could work out well for consumers.
Achieves industry first with latest manufacturing technology.
Fifth consecutive year win for physics technology.
18th January 2013 by Stephen Simmons
We're assured that the Equus Asinus was perfectly fine.
18th January 2013 by Peter Thomson
New H90 and H110 introduced with 140mm fan.
"You cannot make a game console such as the PlayStation 2 anymore".
ThinkPad X131e created for schools and students.
17th January 2013 by Stephen Simmons
Despite a heavy handed request from the US courts Canada refuses to release 32 of Kim Dotcom's servers due to the information they may.. or may not.. contain.
Xbox Live chat is facing the same fate as Windows Live Messenger, that is to be binned in favour of Skype.
17th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
Martin's motto is plan, plan, plan and then plan your build some more!
Ideal for wall or rack mounting adding multiple USB 3.0 ports with ease.
New search ability to steam the falling share prices
16th January 2013 by Oliver Broadbent
A move which sees Microsoft step closer to taking over the world. Well. not quite.
16th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
Judge orders tech giants to try and settle out of court.
The games giant merges their handheld and console divisions in an effort to streamline development.
In a move that can only be seen as a cost cutting exercise, but all stores stay open.
16th January 2013 by Mathew Wade
The Greeks really don't like you taking pictures.
These aren't the signatures you're looking for.
16th January 2013 by Stephen Simmons
A Featured Packed, Economical, Long Lasting Mid-Tower.
15th January 2013 by Oliver Broadbent
Arguably becoming the world's favourite flavour of pi, but I wouldn't eat this one.
15th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
The games studio turned down the chance to create Call of Duty game...
It is for February only, but what are you waiting for!
Most recognised high street music and film retailer finds it too hard in financial times.
Redmond try to drum up apps by offering prime time US advert.
With ever more powerful tablets available, is there still a market for lower priced laptops running Windows 8?
Could we see the next generation of Sony PlayStation hardware announced earlier than we first thought?
14th January 2013 by Oliver Broadbent
An apple a day keeps the doctor away as they say. It looks like this is what Apple are now aiming to achieve with sales.
Forget your Fire Sails and your Swordfishes, it's Red October that's the threat.
14th January 2013 by Mathew Wade
Embarrassed Microsoft say "well done, but naughty" to hackers as just days after the exploit was discovered, it's made available to Joe Public.
Internet Explorer patch scheduled for 21st January.
1.21 Gigawatts? What's all this mains networking about? Doc. Mat takes out the science and gives us the basic rundown of mains networking.
Teeny tiny PC goes even smaller.
The duck that goes; click clack, not quack quack. Mat takes the Shine 1 for a spin and give us the skinny on the switches.
11th January 2013 by Sarah Connally
Are EA having a laugh with the reproduction of old Sims expansion packs? They could well be, but fans will need to vote with their wallets to get EA to take notice!
10th January 2013 by Martin Robson
But let's put some of the rumours to bed.
10th January 2013 by Mathew Wade
Google picks up handbag in patent tiff.
10th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
Martin guides you through the picking of parts for his awesome mITX server build in this 5 part blog.
9th January 2013 by Mathew Wade
Don't shoot the messenger, use Skype instead.
New stylish heat spreader to mark the accolade.
But it's an old idea from CES2012?
Western Digital could tip Seagate off the throne as storage king.
9th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
With all in one watercooling solutions becoming more widespread I decided to give the H80 a run for its money and see just how cool it really is.
8th January 2013 by Oliver Broadbent
Unveiling a pair of Windows 8 Tablets at CES that appeal to business and consumers.
8th January 2013 by Martin Robson
With Windows 8 being a few months into its launch, there hasn't been many commercially available Windows 8 products that combine the tablet experience and laptop experience together in an X86 package.
8th January 2013 by Martin Castaldo
Networking giant takes a swing at the set-top market.
Intel debut their new 7 watt processors aimed at ultrabooks and tablets.
Publisher files for bankruptcy with buyers aplenty.
A small stick with a hefty byte. Prepare your wallet.
A touch screen netbook that really unlocks the features of Windows 8 without the input limitations of a tablet.
7th January 2013 by Oliver Broadbent
A potential life line for the slow to market OS.
7th January 2013 by Stephen Simmons
The world's fastest gaming keyboards on show at CES 2013
What big tech innovations will we see this year?
Another addition to the Thinkpad Line-up, is the detachable and limber Helix.
Hand held Tegra powered gaming system.
4th January 2013 by Mathew Wade
Razer sharp keypad set to aid hardcore gamers.
No optical drive? No problem, Mathew shows you how easy installation via a USB is in this handy guide.
The German manufacturer is all giddy about this mechanical keyboard.
Four others also get a slap totalling $48M.
4th January 2013 by Oliver Broadbent
A system which would disable the use of pre-owned games.
Is this an attempt to crack the novice water cooling demographic?
Dust off the moon boots and your Cobra MK III
3rd January 2013 by Oliver Broadbent
More than _1,000,000 worth of Apple products stolen during New Year's Celebrations.
An Android powered portable console the size of a USB stick?
3rd January 2013 by Mathew Wade
MP3 Players, Mobile Phones, Tablets and now Watches.
I get hands on with the sucessor to the CM Storm Sentinel Z3R0-G and the Sentinel Advance for another gaming mouse review.
Where's me keys, where's me phone...
But can you get a better deal on eBay?
3rd January 2013 by Stephen Simmons
The remote code execution vulnerability found in older version of IE receives a temporary fix.
2nd January 2013 by Peter Thomson
Japanese consumers get new mobile OS first.
2nd January 2013 by Mathew Wade
Say cheeeeeeeeese, oh, wait.
iOS 6 forgets to wake up on New Year's Day.
13 Titles get the axe, players compensated.
Intel could be about to turn the industry on its head.
Far Cry 3 becomes the last game of 2012 to hit the #1 spot.
12 year lifespan reaches conclusion in Japan.
Early access to Tau Volantis from January 22nd on Xbox and PS3.
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