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5 Amazon Launch Amazon Basics Range

Amazon Launch Amazon Basics Range

Peter Stoba | 21st September 2009

Popular etailer Amazon has launched it's own Basics range of products.

3 802.11n Adapter For The Xbox 360

802.11n Adapter For The Xbox 360

Peter Stoba | 17th September 2009

After the release of the latest WiFi standard, products with official support begin to trickle in.

8 Gigabyte "Beat Me If You Dare"

Gigabyte "Beat Me If You Dare"

Peter Stoba | 16th September 2009

Gigabyte have started a graphics card overclocking competition with a rather nice prize.

4 WiFi 802.11n Finally Ratified

WiFi 802.11n Finally Ratified

Peter Stoba | 15th September 2009

The latest WiFi connectivity standard has finally been approved, 7 years after it's initial development.

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12 Microsoft's Zune HD Is US Only

Microsoft's Zune HD Is US Only

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.

13 Orange & T-Mobile To Merge In The UK

Orange & T-Mobile To Merge In The UK

Peter Stoba | 8th September 2009

Two of the largest UK mobile phone network operators plan to merge.

7 Music Videos Return To Youtube

Music Videos Return To Youtube

Peter Stoba | 3rd September 2009

Youtube has lifted the block on music videos after reaching an agreement with PRS.

3 Hotmail Suspends Photo Attachments

Hotmail Suspends Photo Attachments

Peter Stoba | 23rd August 2009

Hotmail temporarily pull the ability to insert attachments into emails due to securtiy fears.

18 Virgin Media Make UK History

Virgin Media Make UK History

Peter Stoba | 17th August 2009

Virgin Media are making history yet again, trialing up to 200Mb broadband and dropping prices on existing packages.

3 Facebook To Launch Twitter Rival

Facebook To Launch Twitter Rival

Peter Stoba | 12th August 2009

Facebook accidentally roll out twitter like service early.

12 BT's New Broadband Blocked

BT's New Broadband Blocked

Peter Stoba | 8th August 2009

BT forced to stop trials of super fast broadband, because it's ugly.

3 Are You A Reported Attack Site?

Are You A Reported Attack Site?

Peter Stoba | 7th August 2009

Many sites affected due to the DOS attack of popular micro blogging service - Twitter.

7 Twitter attack aimed at one person

Twitter attack aimed at one person

Peter Stoba | 7th August 2009

The DOS attack that brought down the site was intended for one user only.

0 Triforce Logo found in Google's Holiday Logos

Triforce Logo found in Google's Holiday Logos

zak4994 (Forum) | 2nd August 2009

Google is prompt at removing triforce logo from their holiday logos.

1 Microsoft, Yahoo Finally Team Up

Microsoft, Yahoo Finally Team Up

Gaurang Shah | 30th July 2009

The deal between Microsoft and Yahoo has finally been inked - though not for a complete merger of the two.

2 Fujitsu Rolls Out USB 3.0 SATA IC

Fujitsu Rolls Out USB 3.0 SATA IC

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.

6 Google to Introduce O3D Plugin for Browsers

Google to Introduce O3D Plugin for Browsers

Gaurang Shah | 24th July 2009

Google has a new O3D (Open 3D) plug-in under development for Chrome, which will allow the browser to display hardware-accelerated 3D graphics.

0 Official Standard Status for Wi-Fi 802.11n Soon

Official Standard Status for Wi-Fi 802.11n Soon

Gaurang Shah | 22nd July 2009

The IEEE could grant it official standard status as early as September of this year.

31 Now Recruiting

Now Recruiting

Tom Logan | 21st July 2009

Calling Clark Kent & Lois Lane! OC3D Needs you for its expanding news team!

385 The ASUS VGA Treasure Hunt

The ASUS VGA Treasure Hunt

James Napier | 20th July 2009

Following the success of our previous treasure hunt competitions Overclock3D in association with ASUS are offering our readers the chance to win a new graphics card EVERY week for the next three weeks!

3 IBM Develops Technology to Read Encrypted Data

IBM Develops Technology to Read Encrypted Data

Gaurang Shah | 27th June 2009

A researcher at IBM has developed a system that could change the way we deal with encrypted data.

5 Search Goes "Kosher" with Koogle

Search Goes "Kosher" with Koogle

Gaurang Shah | 15th June 2009

The algorithm behind Koogle reportedly keeps religiously objectionable material out of search results.

3 ARCHOS Introduces 3 Feature-Rich Systems

ARCHOS Introduces 3 Feature-Rich Systems

Gaurang Shah | 12th June 2009

Small storage manufacturer ARCHOS recently unveiled three new products including the ARCHOS 9 PCTablet, the ARCHOS 10s MiniPC, and the ARCHOS 13 ultra-portable laptop.

5 Britain Mulling 'Technical Measures' against Internet Pirates

Britain Mulling 'Technical Measures' against Internet Pirates

Gaurang Shah | 5th June 2009

Termination of pirates' internet connections is not the "preferred solution" for the government.

26 BT to Offer 20Mbps Bandwidth Upgrade for Free

BT to Offer 20Mbps Bandwidth Upgrade for Free

Gaurang Shah | 4th June 2009

British Telecom is working on the final details of the upgrade of its broadband lines, which should boost the internet bandwidth for millions of customers to up to 20Mbps.

3 Adobe, NVIDIA, Broadcom Partner to Improve Flash

Adobe, NVIDIA, Broadcom Partner to Improve Flash

Gaurang Shah | 3rd June 2009

Adobe has joined hands with NVIDIA and Broadcom to bring about radical changes to its Flash platform.

30 PSP Go Mystery Unravelled

PSP Go Mystery Unravelled

Gaurang Shah | 31st May 2009

Photos of Sony's new PSP Go have been leaked in the latest edition of the company's Qore online magazine.

1 Novatech Bank Holiday Deal Weekend

Novatech Bank Holiday Deal Weekend

Peter Kennedy | 22nd May 2009

Novatech are offering some excellent deals on graphics cards, memory, solid state drives and much much more during this bank holiday weekend.

0 Microsoft Adds VX-2000 to LifeCam Series

Microsoft Adds VX-2000 to LifeCam Series

Gaurang Shah | 20th May 2009

Microsoft Hardware today launched four products including three new additions to its BlueTrack line and a new LifeCam VX-2000.

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