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Freecom Mobile Drive Sq review

Freecom’s new ‘Sq’ drive is so slim that we had to double-check with them that it is actually a conventional hard disk and not one of those new-fangled SSD drives. The square drive unit measures just 10.5mm thick, making it far slimmer than any of its portable rivals, and it weighs in at less than […]

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Teradici Upgrades PC-over-IP Firmware for Zero Clients

Teradici has upgraded the firmware for PC-over-IP-based zero clients to provide smoother authentication, improved USB performance and support for Internet Protocol version 6, the company said on Monday. PCoIP is a remote display protocol used to access virtual desktops hosted on a server from a number different clients and VMware’s View platform. All current owners […]

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Computer Scientists May Have What It Takes to Help Cure Cancer

One reason to enlist: Cancer is so pervasive. In his Pulitzer Prize-winning book, “The Emperor of All Maladies,” the oncologist Siddhartha Mukherjee writes that cancer is a disease of frightening fractions: One-fourth of deaths in the United States are caused by cancer; one-third of women will face cancer in their lifetimes; and so will half […]

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Buffalo MiniStation Extreme review

It’s hard to find fault with Buffalo’s new MiniStation Extreme, as the drive provides good performance and features at a competitive price. Our 1TB drive came in black, but the drive is also available in 500GB capacity and in a variety of different colours. It’s a little chunkier than most of its portable rivals, but […]

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5 Things XBox 360 Upgrade Reveals About The Future Microsoft

  Provided by Microsoft: Evolution of TV Watching (Click to Read) You are going to read a lot about XBox’s new interface and content options debuting this Tuesday. Critics will rave and pan Microsoft‘s efforts to expand a gaming console into an broadly encompassing entertainment hub. There will be nitpicking about design. Some will complain […]

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Microsoft Accepting Beta Applications for Flight Sim Reboot

Now simply called Microsoft Flight, the company’s rebooted simulator franchise is now accepting applications for a closed beta launching launching next month. Microsoft’s Flight Simulator has seemingly been around forever, and for many, resides in the PC gaming Hall of Fame along with DOOM, Quake, X-Wing Vs. TIE Fighter, Descent, Diablo, EverQuest and numerous other […]

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LaCie Porsche P’9230 review

The chunky aluminium casing of LaCie’s Porsche P’9230 drive may not be to everyone’s taste, but at least it ensures that the drive is well-protected against the occasional mishap in your office. We were surprised to discover the drive wasn’t formatted when we first plugged it in, but there is a reason for this as […]

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Review: Batman Arkham City for PC

BATMAN ARKHAM CITY: Make sure your PC is powerful enough to reproduce the the caped crusader’s graphic action. REVIEW: If there is one thing I have learned from my time with the Windows version of Batman Arkham City, it’s that I need to upgrade my computer. Deep down, I knew I needed to anyway. At […]

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Access your PC anywhere with desi iTwin

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Seagate FreeAgent GoFlex Desk External Drive review

Seagate’s GoFlex drive has an unusual two-part design that consists of the main drive unit and a separate ‘desk adaptor’ that houses its USB 3.0 interface and also acts as a stand for the drive. The idea is that you can buy a different adaptor if you need to – perhaps one with a FireWire […]

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