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Misc Hardware | 11th December 2014
It's a festive time of year and OC3D have teamed up with Corsair Gaming to brighten your day.
Misc Hardware | 28th May 2013
As more PCs move to the lounge, we take a look at something to make your fragging easier.
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Peter Stoba | 17th September 2009
After the release of the latest WiFi standard, products with official support begin to trickle in.
Peter Stoba | 16th September 2009
Gigabyte have started a graphics card overclocking competition with a rather nice prize.
Peter Stoba | 15th September 2009
The latest WiFi connectivity standard has finally been approved, 7 years after it's initial development.
Misc Hardware | 17th March 2012
Seeing as the world is going to end this year we thought we had better push the boat out and hold our biggest & maddest competition yet!
Misc Hardware | 5th January 2012
OC3D have teamed up with Aria to bring you some awesome Christmas goodies. Always fancied going 3D? Well you need to read on!
Misc Hardware | 30th December 2011
We take a look back at what has been a feature packed 12 months and pick out what we think are the best products released in 2011.
Misc Hardware | 24th October 2011
The London International Technology show was on over the weekend, so of course OC3D were there.
Misc Hardware | 27th August 2011
Yes it's LAN Party time of year again and OC3D are there to bring you our irreverent take on proceedings.
Peter Stoba | 8th September 2009
Two of the largest UK mobile phone network operators plan to merge.
Peter Stoba | 3rd September 2009
Youtube has lifted the block on music videos after reaching an agreement with PRS.
Peter Stoba | 23rd August 2009
Hotmail temporarily pull the ability to insert attachments into emails due to securtiy fears.
Peter Stoba | 17th August 2009
Virgin Media are making history yet again, trialing up to 200Mb broadband and dropping prices on existing packages.
Peter Stoba | 12th August 2009
Facebook accidentally roll out twitter like service early.
Peter Stoba | 8th August 2009
BT forced to stop trials of super fast broadband, because it's ugly.