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Three SSD caddies reviewed

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SSDs are fast becoming the must have new storage medium but installing them in PCs can be tricky. We've taken a look at three ways you can connect 2.5in SSDs and indeed hard disks to your PC.

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EA Sports to abandon physical media on PC

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The EA Sports label of Electronic Arts will apparently completely drop the idea of physical distribution on the PC soon.

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Astri Releses Video of Pico Projectors with Syndiant Display Chips

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At CES you may have read or seen the new SYL2061 display chips that were created by Syndiant. These chips are designed for pico projectors and support a 1024 x 600 resolution.


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AMD Launching Triple Core Athlon Processors

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One core isnt enough for many people these days, and dual core machines are starting to show their age as well. Quad cores are fantastic, but expensive and out of many peoples price range.


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Sprints Treo Pro gets glorious unboxing

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Yeah, weve seen human hands grace the Sprint-branded Palm Treo Pro before, but weve never seen shots like this. Somehow, someway, the lucky souls over at WMExperts managed to grab hold of Palms latest entry into Sprint stores, and rather than just gloating about it privately, they chose to host up a nice gallery of unboxing shots for all to enjoy.

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TONY and CARNELIAN Manga Painted Keyboards On Sale Now in Japan

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TONY Sensei and CARNELIAN Sensei are two (pretty) famous Japanese manga artists who with Etsu Japan are offering two unique keyboards decorated with one of their characters.


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Hardware Podcast 7 - this time it's loud!

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First off, apologies for not getting this up yesterday, and for it being so quiet the first time - the podcast fairy has been pretty slack this week. This is the seventh hardware podcast, and Rich, Harry and Tim are joined by Asus bod Iain Bristow. If any other manufacturers would like to join us for pod, please let us know and we'll try to organise it. Up for discussion are:

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Mod of the Month - July 2009

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Not only do we have six new mods this month but we've teamed up with a new sponsor too! Check out this month's nominees and get cracking with your own mod to get your chance at winning some of the great new prizes on offer.

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Toshiba TVs to boost YouTube quality

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Toshiba has announced impending products that will include integrated YouTube support, including features designed to improve the quality of streaming videos.

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New BlackBerries On T-Mobile, Verizon.

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Great news for the number one Smartphone maker in the country. The BlackBerry Tour 9630 is coming to Verizon, and the BlackBerry 8520 is coming to T-Mobile.


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Mitsubishi Releases HC6800 Projector

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Mitsubishi is proud to announce the release of their latest home theater projector, the HC6800 (AKA LVP-HC6800). This projector features a 30000:1 contrast ratio, 1500 ANSI lumens, and full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution.


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The Mods of GamesCom

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GC 09: A gallery of all the mods we've seen at GamesCom.

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Army Draaaamaaaa: Robots Will Save The Day After SoCal Earthquake

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Am I the only one who couldnt watch this Future Combat System promo piece with a straight face? Like, who actually writes dialogue like that? What I found most interesting, though, is as far as I know most of the robotic technologies are a lot less futuristic than the idea that there could be such seamless communication and interoperability going on.

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