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Misc Hardware | 17th October 2008
Touting multiple SSID capability along with the wireless N standard the RT-N11 certainly seems to have what it takes to be a top router.
Misc Hardware | 1st September 2008
Fancy an Orange Pearlescent case or maybe a black case with holographic flakes? We put WaterCooling UK's case spray painting service to the test on a mistreated CM Praetorian.
Misc Hardware | 21st March 2007
Today we've been given the opportunity to take a look at Bigfoot Network's "Killer NIC" and "Killer K1" Network Cards with promises of lower pings and increased FPS!
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Derrick Huey | 19th January 2010
EVGA has opened a relief fund with the Red Cross to help those in need from the Haiti earthquakes.
Derrick Huey | 9th January 2010
Microsoft announces the release timeframe for their Natal system as well as a new virtual arcade called Game Room.
Tom Logan | 15th December 2009
Together we could have a rocked out Christmas N.1. Let the people unite!
Misc Hardware | 7th September 2006
Ever get bored of that plain silver or black case? Dream of respraying it in an outrageous colour? Today we test out Extreme Prometeia's affordable powder coating service on one of our cases.
Alex Myers | 2nd November 2009
FirstZoom.tv is a site with videos of all the latest new toys straight from the manufacturers
Alex Myers | 31st October 2009
HWBOT's biggest annual competition is due to start on wednesday.
Alex Myers | 26th October 2009
The BBC and Commercial radio broadcasters have joined forces, aiming to make this happen.
Peter Stoba | 22nd October 2009
VistionTek announce a partnership with BigFoot networks to market the Xeno Pro NIC.
Peter Stoba | 15th October 2009
A deal will finally see full length content on the popular video sharing website.
Peter Stoba | 14th October 2009
The updated version of the popular WD TV finally arrives, with networking capabilites.
Peter Stoba | 12th October 2009
UK media giant Sky has revealed it's plans to launch a digital music marketplace.
Peter Stoba | 10th October 2009
The high speed optical interface should be ready for mass production in 2010.
Peter Stoba | 28th September 2009
The app store has reached the 2 billion downlaods milestone. Set to become even more popular.
Peter Stoba | 21st September 2009
Popular etailer Amazon has launched it's own Basics range of products.
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.
Peter Stoba | 11th September 2009
Microsoft's latest Zune music player is also going to be US only, not shipping to the UK at all.
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.
Peter Stoba | 7th August 2009
Many sites affected due to the DOS attack of popular micro blogging service - Twitter.
Peter Stoba | 7th August 2009
The DOS attack that brought down the site was intended for one user only.
zak4994 (Forum) | 2nd August 2009
Google is prompt at removing triforce logo from their holiday logos.
Gaurang Shah | 30th July 2009
The deal between Microsoft and Yahoo has finally been inked - though not for a complete merger of the two.
Gaurang Shah | 28th July 2009
Shipments of the first bridge ICs for the new high-speed USB 3.0 SATA interfaces have reportedly started moving out from Fujitsu Microelectronics America.