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My Gaming Setup

Posted  November 12, 2017  by  Ryan Oneill

So you guy’s have been asking for a setup tour for some time now and I have finally gotten round to putting one together. Below you will find the video and get to see everything that I use on a daily basis to keep my channel going. Below the video I have left all the […]

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Gaming Reviews

Xtrfy C1 Mouse Cord Holder Review

Posted  October 10, 2017  by  Weston

If you enjoy gaming and often get fed up by annoying mouse cable drag, then the C1 by Xtrfy could just be the product for you. In the box Included with the C1 you get, the C1 holder itself and four magnetic circular disks for mounting. Design and Build The style of C1 is simple […]

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Xtrfy XG-M3 Heaton Gaming Mouse Review

Posted  September 25, 2017  by  Weston

Today I’ll be reviewing the Xtrfy M3 Heaton gaming mouse. But can it stand out from the crowd and make you switch from your current go to mouse? In the box and Initial Overview Included with the M3 Heaton you get a manual, a sticker and that is pretty much it. On the plus side that […]

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Xtrfy B1 Mouse Bungee Review

Posted  September 16, 2017  by  Weston

If you’re an avid gamer and you want to step up your gaming on PC, would the Xtrfy B1 mouse bungee be the right product that you add to your arsenal? In the box Included with the bungee you get A carry bag A 1.5m braided cable The base The arm A D-ring screw The manual […]

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Comic Book Decoupage PC Mod

Posted  September 11, 2017  by  Weston

If you’ve ever wanted to customise your PC and as Cooler Master say “Make It Yours”, but you’re all little short on cash, you’ll want to read on. What we’re showing you today is a simple mod that can take your PC to the next level and make it truly unique. So what is it […]

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Amazon UK cuts price of Nexus 9

If you are looking to get into the tablet space and live in the UK then now is a perfect time to make a move. Amazon has just slashed the price of the 16GB Wi-Fi variant of the Nexus 9 to just £199. The new price is a crazy £...
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Sainsbury’s and Vodafone UK to launch Mobile by Sainsbury’s

Sainsbury’s and Vodafone UK have formed a joint venture to launch Mobile by Sainsbury’s in the UK. Mobile by Sainsbury’s will be run as a joint venture between Sainsbury’s and Vodafone UK combining Sainsbury’s bra...
by Dave Thornton
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Adding DuckDuckGo To Google Chrome and Chromebooks

With all the problems Google are facing with the EU over its search engine. We wanted  to look at another one which has the name DuckDuckGo. A funny name we hear you say, well, when Google first appeared thats exactly what peo...
by Dave Thornton
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UK passes Enterprise and Regulatory Reform Act: All your pics now belong to everyone!

We have all uploaded photos to Facebook, Instagram , Pinterest, Flickr and hundreds of other sites. Taking a picture of your loved one, baby, anything. Unless you put your details on the pictures similar to this, Then you could...
by Dave Thornton
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Linux back on PS3 Sorry Sony

You have got to love the hacker community and there commitment to deliver again and again. As you no Sony had taken away the ability to run Linux on the ps3 but the lovely people at Gitbrew.org have returned it to the cell-bas...
by Ryan Oneill
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iFixit takes a look inside Apple’s ‘5K’ iMac

Some of us could only dream about owning Apple’s latest 27-inch iMac with 5K Retina Display but that isn’t stopping the guy’s over at iFixit from tearing one apart. Inside the beautiful new machine you will fi...
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BlackBerry 10 Users get Box and Dropbox Updates

Although it seems like ‘forever’ since the last updates from either of the top two cloud storage apps. Box and Dropbox apps have both dropped new updates on BlackBerry 10, with two new versions have now started showing up i...
by Dave Thornton
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App Review – BlackBerry 10 app Neatly For Twitter

Neatly is a smart twitter client mobile application for smartphones. Neatly is developed upon tremendously efficient engine to perfectly customize timelines based on your social preferences and interests to make important comes...
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Google hardware leaves Play Store – moves to new home

Google have moved all their hardware, Smartphones, Watches, Chromecast, Tablets and Chromebooks, including the new Pixel. So now instead of going on to Google Play Store you have to go to Google Store! Interestingly, the shop h...
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