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Win Some Cooler Master Swag (International)

Posted  July 6, 2016  by  Ryan Oneill

So as I have mentioned before I want to start doing more giveaways for my subscribers only to give you guy’s and girls a better chance of winning some cool stuff. I have a few lined up over the next few weeks that I’m positive you will love but first I have teamed up with […]

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Corsair Lapdog Review – Lounge Gaming At It’s Best

Posted  July 1, 2016  by  Ryan Oneill

When you think of gaming in your lounge it usually involves a console like the PlayStation 4 or Xbox One. The PC gaming industry has been trying for some time to break into this space and Corsair is leading the attack with products like the Lapdog and it’s Bulldog mini-ITX gaming case. These new products […]

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Razer Wildcat Review

Posted  July 1, 2016  by  Ryan Oneill

Custom controllers are not new by any means as companies like Scuff have been around for some time now delivering products aimed at the gaming elite. As more gamers look to improve their performance and get the edge in first person shooters like Call Of Duty we are seeing more companies joining the party including Microsoft […]

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Microsoft’s new Xbox One S leaks ahead of E3

Posted  June 12, 2016  by  Ryan Oneill

It may be less than 24 hours until Microsoft takes center stage at E3 but someone has decided we have waited long enough to see the new Xbox One S. The images leaked over on the NeoGAF Forumns today and provides us with a pretty detailed look at the new console and I must say […]

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Corsair KATAR Gaming Mouse Review

Posted  February 8, 2016  by  Ryan Oneill

So if you love to game on the PC and are looking to buy a new mouse then the budget friendly Corsair KATAR is definitely worth looking at. There are many budget friendly mice on the market and over the next few months I will be reviewing such products more frequently. So onto the KATAR. […]

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iPhone 5 TYLT Band Case Review

This is a review of the Band case from TYLT for iPhone 5. This case is great for anyone who doesn’t like adding to much bulk to there handset while still giving it some protection. TYLT have many awesome products on ther...
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Samsung to release Galaxy Note 3 OTA update to fix third-party accessory support issues

Everyone was happy to hear that the Android 4.4 KitKat update was making it’s way to the Galaxy Note 3 that is until an unfortunate bug was causing third-party accessories like view covers not to function. When the update...
by Ryan Oneill
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Canonical Ubuntu Edge, is it the next generation of personal computing?

Formula 1 provides a commercial testbed for cutting-edge technologies. The Ubuntu Edge project aims to do the same for the mobile phone industry,  as Formula 1 provides a commercial testbed for cutting-edge technology in the c...
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Apple to compensate parents for in-app purchases

I have heard a few horror stories about kids racking up huge bills by using their iPod to make an in-app purchase’s without their parents permission. Well Apple has been sued over allegations that it failed to “adeq...
by Ryan Oneill
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Samsung announces the ATIV Q: An Android/Windows hybrid

Tonight we were at Samsung’s Premiere event in London and have seen a few new ATIV products we will be reporting soon. The first product we would like to discuss is the ATIV Q, yeah the name sucks but Samsung unveiled thi...
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Huawei G510 hits Vodafone UK, decent budget Jelly Bean device

If you are looking to score yourself a decent budget phone then Hauwei’s G510 may be of interest. The G510 formerly only available in Asia is coming to Vodafone UK and you can purchase it for £130 outright or take it on ...
by Ryan Oneill
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Google developing web-based tablet but, Firefox OS tablet may be here first

Having bought my first Chromebook just over a week ago, see the review here. I really like the speed and ease of use. Yes the keyboard shortcuts is a learning curve and, a steep one at that but, I’m enjoying it. One of my...
by Dave Thornton
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TWRP Recovery Released For The 2013 New Nexus 7

Well, no sooner had Google released 4.3 that  TeamWin has popped up with a new version of its TWRP custom recovery designed specifically for the new Nexus 7. As usual, it’s a fairly simple procedure with a Nexus device t...
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Google officially announced two Android Wear devices: LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live

Google unveiled two Android Wear smart watches, LG G Watch and Samsung Gear Live. The first of the two has already been announced so we assume this is just Google’s way of reminding us. Android Wear supports multiple screen s...
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