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4K To Now Be Known As ‘Ultra High Definition’ & Why It’s Good News For 3D

Just as we’re getting used to the term 4K, there the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) has decided to rebrand all new 4K Home Cinema displays as “Ultra High Definition” or “Ultra HD”. The CEA’s board of industry experts voted unanimously to change the name and all subsequent branding to “Ultra High-Definition”, buy which will now be on […]

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IFA 2012 Preview: What’s Going To Be Hot At This Year’s Show

With the tech world seemingly on holiday Europe’s largest consumer electronics show is just around the corner. IFA takes place in the first week of September and is the first place to see what gadgets will be released this Christmas and beyond. We’ve scoured the worldwide web and unearthed a few clues of what is likely to be unveiled at this year’s IFA.

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Gaj-it Guide: When Will Your Device Get Android’s Ice Cream Sandwich ?

Google’s Ice Cream Sandwich is a sore talking point for millions of Android device owners across the world at the moment – Google’s plan to get all handsets running on the same software has been a quite a ride. Well, we’re here to help – we’ll run through all the manufacturers who have promised ICS and see how they have faired on the “first-quarter” promises.

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CES 2012: Gaj-it’s Top Tech Predictions Part 1

The world’s largest technology show, CES, takes place next week in Las Vegas. Running from 9-13 January it will see the cream of the crop of technology manufacturers and journalists descend on Nevada’s city of sin to showcase what they have planned for 2012 and beyond. For show obsessive’s it’s actually taking place a week […]

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IFA 2011: The Best Of The Rest From LG, Toshiba, HTC and Lenovo

With the dust settling on this year’s IFA we thought we’d run down some of the other notable pieces of tech that were on show at the Berlin’s Messe; from special TV’s, Windows Mango phones and bargain-bin tablets we’ve got you covered. LG has always been renowned for bringing HDTV’s to the masses and they are […]

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IFA 2011: Ultrabooks From Toshiba, Acer and Lenovo

This week’s IFA saw a handful of laptop makers try and rejuvenate the ailing laptop market with their new line of Ultrabooks – these are essentially Macbook Air’s running Windows; ultra thin, low-energy laptops for the high-end user with deep pockets. Toshiba was first out of the blocks Protégé which is slated for a release […]

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Toshiba’s Thrive Tablet Won’t Wake Up

The Toshiba Thrive is just another Android tablet. But in fairness it’s one that’s doing fairly well in the market and has tempted many Android fans into the tablet computer market. But there’s one thing you want to avoid when you’ve just released a new slice of hardware, viagra and that’s a bug. It happens […]

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World’s First Glasses-less 3D Laptop- Are We Ready?

There’s still no significant evidence that consumers are ready for 3D or even want it. Maybe it will always remain a novelty. Perhaps some people would prefer to enjoy a boxing match without having virtual fists thrust at their face or a game of golf where the ball remains firmly inside the television set. Whether […]

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