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  • How-Tos: How to upgrade your PC to run cooler and quieter

    We demonstrate how to upgrade a PC for super-silent, energy-efficient, ice-cool performance

  • News: New £109 Amazon Kindle is faster & lighter

    Amazon has launched the next generation of its Kindle e-book reader, with an enhanced display, faster navigation, and an entirely redesigned chassis

  • News: Intel turns to light to replace copper wires in PCs

    Intel on Tuesday announced it had developed a prototype interconnect that uses light to speed up data transmission inside computers at the speed of 50 gigabits per second.

  • News: Apple unveils multitouch £59 Magic Trackpad (Updated)

    Apple has unveiled its long-rumoured Magic Trackpad, a multitouch input device for your Mac desktop.

  • News: Apple releases new 27-inch LED Cinema Display

    Apple on Tuesday unveiled a new 27-inch LED Cinema Display, the latest offering in its line of integrated monitors for the Mac line.

  • News: Lenovo launches entry-level server systems

    Lenovo announced some new entry-level servers on Tuesday, continuing its effort to become a bigger player in the server market.

  • News: HTC forced to swap from AMOLED to SLCD displays

    HTC on Monday announced it would use Super LCD (SLCD) display technology from Sony on its latest batch of mobile phones, replacing AMOLED screens supplied by Samsung. The move comes as shortages of HTC devices such as the HTC Desire forced the company to find an alternative to replenish its stocks. HTC announced the decision in a press release published by the website SlashGear.

  • How-Tos: How to build a PC: Part 1 - choosing your components

    When it comes to choosing a PC, you probably head straight to an online or high-street retailer. But why not consider building it yourself? We've put together a step-by-step guide covering every aspect you need to consider.

  • How-Tos: How to build a PC: Part 4 - how to add RAM and cards

    When it comes to choosing a PC, you probably head straight to an online or high-street retailer. But why not consider building it yourself? We've put together a step-by-step guide covering every aspect you need to consider.

  • How-Tos: How to build a PC: Part 6 - how to insert the drives

    When it comes to choosing a PC, you probably head straight to an online or high-street retailer. But why not consider building it yourself? We've put together a step-by-step guide covering every aspect you need to consider. There's also a video version of this tutorial for you to watch for further instruction.

  • How-Tos: How to build a PC: Part 2 - how to install a motherboard

    When it comes to choosing a PC, you probably head straight to an online or high-street retailer. But why not consider building it yourself? We've put together a step-by-step guide covering every aspect you need to consider.

  • How-Tos: How to build a PC: Part 7 - how to configure the BIOS

    When it comes to choosing a PC, you probably head straight to an online or high-street retailer. But why not consider building it yourself? We've put together a step-by-step guide covering every aspect you need to consider. There's also a video version of this tutorial for you to watch for further instruction.

  • News: Microsoft licences ARM architecture

    Microsoft and ARM have signed a new deal that will see the technology giant licence the ARM architecture.

  • News: Samsung, Toshiba seek big increase in NAND flash speeds

    Samsung Electronics and Toshiba on Wednesday said they plan to push for a new specification meant to speed up the flow of data in NAND flash memory, used to store data in products from iPads and iPhones to SSDs (solid state drives) used in PCs and data centres.

  • ZTE Racer Android smartphone

    Google Android phones are getting more and more popular and we think ZTE is right on track with the launch of the low-cost Racer handset.

  • News: USB 3.0: Five Things You Need to Know

    USB 3.0 devices will be among us soon, but just how good is the update to Universal Serial Bus? Here's five things you need to know.

  • V-Moda Crossfade LP headphones

    V-Moda has finally announced UK pricing for the V-Moda Crossfade LP headphones it launched in the US two months ago. The Crossfade LP headphones will cost £229.95 and are set to go onsale by the end of July.

  • Sony Cyber-shot TX9 digital compact camera

    Sony's latest compact cameras, the Cyber-shot WX5 and the Cyber-shot TX9 come with one notable, futuristic feature: 3D.

  • News: How to upgrade your motherboard the easy way

    You've taken the plunge and bought a hot new motherboard. Here's how to upgrade your motherboard, swap your hardware, and prep your system so that you won't have to reinstall your apps.

  • FaceVsion TouchCam N1 HD webcam

    FaceVsion – a spin-off company from Quanta Computer, an ODM and OEM manufacturer for premium brand companies such as Apple – has launched a high-definition webcam that makes use of the Skype HD protocol.



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