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7 The EU now plans to completely abolish mobile roaming charges

The EU now plans to completely abolish mobile roaming charges

Mark Campbell | 23rd September 2016

The EU now plans to completely abolish mobile roaming charges, scrapping their plans to impose a 90-day limit.

16 YouTube announces the YouTube Heroes program

YouTube announces the YouTube Heroes program

Mark Campbell | 22nd September 2016

YouTube has announced their new YouTube Heroes program.

1 AMD updates their wafer supply agreement with Globalfoundries

AMD updates their wafer supply agreement with Globalfoundries

Mark Campbell | 1st September 2016

AMD has now updated their wafer supply agreement with Globalfoundries, increasing AMD's flexibility when it comes to using other foundries.

5 European court ruling will force Apple to pay 13 billion Euro tax bill

European court ruling will force Apple to pay 13 billion Euro tax bill

Mark Campbell | 30th August 2016

A European Court ruling will force Ireland to reclaim 13 billion Euro in taxes from Apple.

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4 AMD's stock has risen by over 330% in the past year

AMD's stock has risen by over 330% in the past year

Mark Campbell | 22nd August 2016

AMD's stock price has risen by over 330% in the past year thanks to a lot of smart business discussions and their promising Zen Architecture.

0 Battlefield 1's original trailer has been recreated with Lego

Battlefield 1's original trailer has been recreated with Lego

Mark Campbell | 23rd July 2016

Battlefield 1's original trailer has been recreated with Lego, adding some Lego themed fun to this world war 1 shooter

17 AMD sees huge improvements in their Q2 2016 financial results

AMD sees huge improvements in their Q2 2016 financial results

Mark Campbell | 22nd July 2016

AMD has seen some huge improvements in their Q2 2016 financial results, returning to Non-GAAP profitability and increased revenue.

0 You can now buy replacement parts for the HTC Vive

You can now buy replacement parts for the HTC Vive

Mark Campbell | 22nd July 2016

It is now possible to buy replacement parts for the HTC Vive directly from HTC, with some parts coming in with surprisingly high prices.

6 The US Government has arrested the owner of Kickass Torrents

The US Government has arrested the owner of Kickass Torrents

Mark Campbell | 21st July 2016

The US Government has arrested the owner of Kickass Torrents, a website that is allegedly responsible for distributing over $1 Billion of copyrighted materials.

7 Amazon Prime Deals of the day

Amazon Prime Deals of the day

Mark Campbell | 12th July 2016

Today is Amazon Prime Day. Let's have a look at the best deals.

3 Boogie2988 has been hacked - YouTube needs to improve its security

Boogie2988 has been hacked - YouTube needs to improve its security

Mark Campbell | 26th June 2016

Boogie2988 has been hacked, highlighting the need for YouTube to improve its security.

2 Lian Li announce their DK-12 height adjustable desk

Lian Li announce their DK-12 height adjustable desk

Mark Campbell | 10th June 2016

Lian Li announce their DK-12 height adjustable desk, which can hold loads of up to 120Kg and has an electric motor for easy height adjustment.

2 Amazon is suing sellers over buying fake reviews

Amazon is suing sellers over buying fake reviews

Mark Campbell | 3rd June 2016

In an effort to combat fake reviews on their website Amazon is now suing 3 of their sellers for taking part in this shady practice.

3 Over 40% of gamers on Steam are using Windows 10 64 bit

Over 40% of gamers on Steam are using Windows 10 64 bit

Mark Campbell | 1st June 2016

Over 40% of gamers on Steam are using Windows 10 64 bit, making the new OS almost as popular as Windows 7 and 8.1's 64-bit versions combined.

2 Netflix launched fast.com to measure internet speeds

Netflix launched fast.com to measure internet speeds

Mark Campbell | 19th May 2016

Netflix has launched fast.com to measure internet speeds and has created an ISP leaderboard to showcase the ISPs that deliver the best internet speeds.

4 Twitter will stop counting links and pictures towards its 140-character limit

Twitter will stop counting links and pictures towards its 140-character limit

Mark Campbell | 17th May 2016

Twitter will stop counting links and pictures towards its 140-character limit within the next two weeks in order to give users more flexibility when using the site.

0 NVIDIA and Samsung Agree to Settle IP Dispute

NVIDIA and Samsung Agree to Settle IP Dispute

Mark Campbell | 4th May 2016

NVIDIA and Samsung have agreed to settle their IP dispute, dismissing all pending IP ligation between the two companies and licensing a small number of patents to each other.

16 Body Found in Apple HQ

Body Found in Apple HQ

Mark Campbell | 27th April 2016

A body has been found at Apple's Cupertino HQ in California. At this time the identity and manner of death are yet to be revealed.

1 Samsung will start 10nm LPP production later this year

Samsung will start 10nm LPP production later this year

Mark Campbell | 25th April 2016

Samsung will start 10nm LPP production later this year, alongside a new cost-optimized version of their 14nm FinFET process.

4 Overclockers UK stocks noblechairs, offering Royal Quality Gaming Seating

Overclockers UK stocks noblechairs, offering Royal Quality Gaming Seating

Mark Campbell | 20th April 2016

Overclockers UK stocks noblechairs, offering Royal Quality Gaming Seating with the best possible materials

6 Overclockers UK stocks Nitro Concepts' C80 Carbon Class gaming chairs

Overclockers UK stocks Nitro Concepts' C80 Carbon Class gaming chairs

Mark Campbell | 15th April 2016

Announcing Nitro Concepts' new C80 Comfort, Motion, and Pure Gaming chairs, all of which are available in Black, Blue, Red, Orange, White and Green colour schemes.

3 Man at Arm forge the Great Sword of Artorias

Man at Arm forge the Great Sword of Artorias

Mark Campbell | 4th April 2016

The master blacksmiths at Man at Arm have forged Dark Souls' Great Sword of Artorias, bringing the terrifying and ornate blade to life.

6 April Fools Hardware Roundup

April Fools Hardware Roundup

Mark Campbell | 1st April 2016

We all know what is coming this morning. Time for a April Fools Hardware Round-up.

2 The US is set to Cede control of the Internet

The US is set to Cede control of the Internet

Mark Campbell | 24th January 2016

The US is set to cede its control of ICANN, the organisation that controls internet infrastructure and the domain name system, which means that the Internet will no longer be operated under the control of the US.

0 Google agrees 130m pound in UK tax to the HMRC

Google agrees 130m pound in UK tax to the HMRC

Mark Campbell | 23rd January 2016

Google has agreed to pay 130 Million pounds to the HMRC after an "open audit" by the UK tax authorities.

4 UK Government responds to Encryption petition

UK Government responds to Encryption petition

Mark Campbell | 20th January 2016

The UK Government has responded to an Encryption petition, saying that they are not seeking a ban on encryption or limiting the technology. They have also stated that they will not require an Encryption "back-door".

1 A senior bitcoin developer calls the currency a "inescapable" failure

A senior bitcoin developer calls the currency a "inescapable" failure

Mark Campbell | 18th January 2016

A senior bitcoin developer calls the currency a "inescapable" failure, saying that the currency has became "even worse" than bank controlled currency.

13 ASUS ROG Claymore and Spatha RGB Keyboard and Mouse

ASUS ROG Claymore and Spatha RGB Keyboard and Mouse

Mark Campbell | 18th January 2016

Let's have a look at ASUS' ROG Claymore and Spatha RGB Keyboard and Mouse, as well as a few things we have missed from CES 2016.

11 Netflix VPN Crackdown - Aims for a united Global Service

Netflix VPN Crackdown - Aims for a united Global Service

Mark Campbell | 17th January 2016

Netflix has started to crackdown on the use of VPNs to access geo-restricted content, but the company aims to create a united Global Service.

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