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  • News: What to look for when buying a desktop PC

    We help you identify the key specifications and components you need to consider when shopping for a desktop PC, ensuring you get a configuration to suit your needs at the right price.

  • News: 14 great computing aids for the disabled

    Getting work done on a computer is easily within reach of the blind and physically disabled thanks to a number of new and updated tools. We've rounded up the 14 best gadgets to improve computing for the disabled.

  • News: Overheating Nvidia cards crashing some PCs

    Nvidia on Wednesday asked customers to remove drivers that caused its GeForce graphics cards to overheat, which ultimately crashed some PCs.

  • Compro VideoMate S800F TV Tuner Card

    Compro has unveiled a new PCI TV tuner card. The VideoMate S800F can be installed inside a PC, allowing users to watch TV on their computer.

  • NU DCK001 netbook docking station

    Netbooks have really caught the imagination, but for all their low cost and light weight convenience, they have their limitations. Chief among these is the lack of an optical drive on which to play DVDs or to install programs.

  • News: The 19 strangest gadgets

    If you're a gadget fan, then you're sure to know all about phones, digital cameras and even games consoles. But what do you know about weird tech?

  • News: Fake Core i7 chips being investigated by Intel

    Intel has revealed that at least one counterfeit version of its Core i7-920 processor made its may into the US market, and said it's trying to determine how many more are out there.

  • News: 15 things we still don't know about the Apple iPad

    As Apple's Slate PC edges closer to launch, we look at the mysteries that remain. Here's what we still don't know about the Apple iPad.

  • Popcorn Hour C-200 Media Tank

    The prize for bizarrest product title around this week goes to AdvancedMP3Players which has started selling a network media player known as the Popcorn Hour C-200 Media Tank.

  • News: Acer K11 pico projector has HDMI input

    Acer is showing its K11 Pico Projector in the Planet Reseller section of the Cebit trade show, where staff say it will go on sale by late April.

  • News: Intel PC has 48-core processor

    Intel is demonstrating a PC with a 48-core processor here at the CeBIT tradesow, Hanover. The system is described as a single-chip cloud computer by Intel, which is showing off the 48-core chip as a proof of concept: it won't be available to buy any time soon, and it doesn't yet even run Windows, although in time it could run up to 48 different operating systems.

  • News: TomTom updates iPhone satnav app

    Today at the CeBIT tradeshow in Hannover, Germany, TomTom announced a number of new services and features for its TomTom satellite navigation app for iPhone. But despite the enhancements, TomTom still believes that a standalone device is better than the £59 app.

  • News: Corsair expands range to shed 'Memory' tag

    Corsair has an enviable reputation as the king of computer memory makers. It eschews the low-end, to manufacture a diaspora of mid-range and high-end RAM for hobbyists and channel manufacturers alike.

  • News: Intel unveils a new Classmate PC at CeBIT

    Intel introduced the latest version of its student-targeted Classmate PC design on Tuesday and said the first machines based on it are due out next month

  • News: First Intel 6-core PC processor now on sale

    A European online retailer has started selling Intel's first six-core processor for desktops before the chip's official release

  • News: Intel launches faster Atom N460 chip

    Intel on Monday will officially release the latest Atom N470 processor, which should bring faster performance and longer battery life to netbooks, a source familiar with Intel's plans said.

  • How-Tos: How to: Back up your digital media

    Backing up your data is essential: the information contained in a document on a hard drive can be nearly impossible to replicate or replace. Here, we walk you through scheduling backups in Vista and Windows 7.

  • How-Tos: How to build an iPad: 5 best gadget mods and hacks

    When it comes to technology mods and hacks, we've seen some brilliant and bizarre ideas. Here's our five favourites.

  • News: Powermat embeds itself in smartphones

    Powermat, a company that specialises in wirelessly charging gadgets such as BlackBerry smartphones and iPhones, is to start marketing wireless battery packs. This will enable handsets to be recharged without the need for an accessory device to pick up the charge.

  • News: ARM demos smartbooks and DIY smartphones

    ARM has been showing off reference designs for smartbooks and Android-based mobile phones based around its low-power processors. Dual-core Android smartphones are set to launch by the end of this year


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