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Halo 4 live action shows kick off
Written by Danrok   
Friday, 05 October 2012 20:33

From The Inquirer:

CONSOLE MAKER Microsoft and 343 Industries have released the first installment of their live action web show based on Halo 4.

Unreal Tournament 3 Guide
Written by Booman   
Friday, 05 October 2012 00:00

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Desktop chip price battle looms as AMD prices Trinity aggressively
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 02 October 2012 23:37

From Computerworld:

Intel may respond by lowering its desktop chip prices, analysts say

A pricing battle is looming in the desktop chip market after Advanced Micro Devices shipped aggressively priced Trinity desktop chips, which might prompt a price-reduction response from Intel, analysts said.

RIM shot: Can BlackBerry regain its corporate ripeness?
Written by Danrok   
Tuesday, 02 October 2012 02:45

From ArsTechnica:

In case you didn't catch it last week, the news that Research In Motion is in a "death spiral" has been greatly exaggerated. After the company announced its latest financial results, some analysts have changed their tune, and now believe RIM is back on the road to world domination—or at least isn't going to implode.

Steam and Source Games Guide
Written by Booman   
Sunday, 30 September 2012 00:00

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DOSBox and Dos Games Guide
Written by Booman   
Thursday, 27 September 2012 00:00

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Cutting a nano SIM for the iPhone 5
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 26 September 2012 14:54

The new iPhone 5 has presented a small problem for some new owners because existing SIM cards are too big for it.  The iPhone 5 only accepts the new smaller SIMs.

So, Giffgaff have successfully trimmed down a MiniSIM card to NanoSIM size using a pair of scissors. They've tested their smaller SIM in an iPhone 5 and claim that it works just fine.

You would risk damaging your SIM if you were to attempt this, but if a large SIM is no longer of use to you then the risk may be worth taking.

You can read about it here, and take a look at this guide here.


Cooler Master HAF XM review
Written by Danrok   
Monday, 24 September 2012 19:15


Cooler Master’s HAF series of cases have always prioritised one thing – excellent air cooling. They are some of the best air cooled cases we’ve ever tested, topping our benchmark results with impressive results, even if their looks are likely to divide opinions. The most popular HAF model was the X, a full tower chassis with more than enough room for a quad SLI system – it was such as hit with customers that Cooler Master have done the logical thing and tried to create the magic in a smaller form factor.

When your best just isn't good enough: the Kindle Fire HD
Written by Danrok   
Wednesday, 19 September 2012 14:57

From ArsTechnica:

Buying Amazon's 7-inch tablet? Get ready to overlook some flaws

Amazon landed the first real volley in the 7-inch Android device market. Sure, the initial Kindle Fire was rough around the edges, but its shockingly low $199 price tag and integration with Amazon's services won over a few (million) consumers. Amazon sold tons of Kindle Fires in December 2011, and it wasn't long before the device held the top spot on the Android hardware charts.

PlayOnLinux Tutorial
Written by Booman   
Monday, 17 September 2012 14:41

If you have tried to play a PC game in Linux then you are probably familiar with Wine.  PlayOnLinux is a layer on top of Wine to make installing, configuring and optimizing games easier. There are a lot of supported games including many titles on Great Old Games (

In this tutorial you will learn to download, install and configure PlayOnLinux to make game like Titan Quest playable in Linux Mint 13.


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