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Review: The New iPad

Apple has made the new iPad dramatically better than its previous iteration by changing two things: the screen and the speed in which content is delivered – but is it enough to shell out £400 on Friday? What’s new The first thing you’ll be taken aback by is obviously the new Retina Display – when […]

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Playstation Vita Review: Hardware

If you’re a gamer of the hardcore variety then you’ll probably know that Sony released the follow-up to the PSP this week. Their new handheld, called PS Vita, went on sale on Wednesday in the US and Europe and we’ve managed to grab one. Billed as the most powerful handheld ever made it’s Sony’s attempt […]

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Meet The New Facebook Hardware Team: Dell, HP, Intel.

We’ve seen it all with Google. It starts with web success and then it branches out all over the tech/gadget arena. Facebook aren’t just going to sit on their social networking throne, there’s work to be done! We’ve seen a tonne of smartphones designed specifically for the likes of Facebook and Twitter such as the […]

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Linux Notebooks Get Multi-Touch Support Through Synaptics

Multi-touch has already been enabled for Windows 7 netbooks for devices with a Synaptics touchpad, advice but now Linux users will be able to get their hands, medicine or fingers, on the same functionality. The touchpad maker has extended its Gesture Suite software to Linux, along with increased multi-touch options. Linux faithfuls will now be […]

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Asus Eee PC 1001PX: A Carbon Fibre Cheap Netbook

Asus has extended its popular Eee PC family with the Eee PC 1001PX reaching European shores. With a carbon fibre shell, cialis the netbook can take a knock and still remain extremely attractive. It looks very similar to the Asus Eee PC 1001P, doctor but will come with either Windows XP or Windows 7 Starter. […]

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Fusion-io SSD faster than Linford with the trots.

Solid state drives have always looked like being the answer to a lot of prayers. The latency time they offer is head and shoulders above that which a SCSI drive, for example, could attain, also the read time for the same reasons, is so much better. So the next part of the jigsaw is to […]

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