Monthly Archives: August, 2011

Digital Cameras
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IMG_1376 A unique and powerful camera hampered by uneven attention to detail and an inadequate menu system. For a camera so strongly and effectively focused on going back to basics, the legacy of ugly menus, slow focus, and chintzy dials seems especially out of place. In this case, beauty truly only is skin deep. Except for the fabulous lens and sensor, I should say.

Read on for our somewhat anecdotal review of this highly-anticipated and difficult to find camera.

Mobile Tech
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LG has shown it’s committed to making a success of 3D on the move by announcing a new 2D to 3D conversion kit for its Optimus 3D phone.The OpenGL-based game conversion engine will allow developers to optimise current titles for the third dimension – …

Future Tech
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Samsung has spruced up its Galaxy S II smartphone ahead of IFA. The phone now boasts of 4G LTE and the same deluxe treatment has been extended to Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 as well. However, it’s not just the 4G connectivity. Both the contraptions have also received some other boost ups as well. Samsung Galaxy […]

Samsung Galaxy Tab 8.9 and Galaxy S II Go 4G LTE Way is a post from: UK Gadget and Tech News, Reviews and Shopping Site – Gaj-It.com

Gaming
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Enjoying that game, are you? You know what you really need, don’t you? That’s right. Some lights. Some lights like the Mad Catz Cyborg Gaming Lights that approximate the colours on screen and illuminate the wall behind your monitor. Well you’re in luck…

Tech News
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We may have mentioned once or twice how much we like Corsair’s Graphite Series 600T case. Not only did we give it 4.5/5, we stuck it on last issue’s cover too. If any system is going to win us over, this is the outfit to do it in. But by the same princ…

Gadgets
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FROM APPLETELL – Replacing the scroll wheel with a solid state optical sensor that allows for four-way scrolling sounded like an interesting idea, if a bit gimmicky, but using it for a while persuaded me it’s a great idea. MORE »Full Story …

Reviews
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You can really get bogged down in the pros and cons of opting for an aftermarket GPU cooler. Cooling kits, like this here Icy Vision Rev 2 from Gelid, are a great way to reduce temperatures and free up some extra overclocking potential. But despite the…

Reviews
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Motherboards supporting AMD’s latest Llano technology are arriving thick and fast at the moment: the latest one to pass across this test bench is Gigabyte’s A75-UD4H. Although priced for the mainstream market, the GA-A75-UD4H comes with a few bits of h…

Reviews
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OverviewWater, water everywhere but you really don’t want to drink this stuff. Because it has coolant in it, and you will die. Or at least have a nasty tummy ache for a while. The GTX 580 Hydro Copper 2 is EVGA’s monstrously OTT take on the Nvidia GeFo…

Mobile Tech
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LG hits back by launching their latest dual SIM touchscreen phone for the Russian market. Called the T510, the handset sports a 2.8-inch 240 x 320 touchscreen display, a 2.0-megapixel camera, dual SIM card slots, a microSD card slot (up to 8GB), an FM tuner, Bluetooth 2.1, a 3.5mm headset jack and works in GSM/EDGE […]

Tech News
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Apple is almost certainly working on a digital television based on its iOS operating system, according to multiple sources in Silicon Valley.

An Apple-based television makes sense in light of Apple’s continued expansion out of the computer industry into the …

Gadgets
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iphone-hackercomexApple has just hired yet another member of the iPhone jailbreaking community, Nicholas Allegra, also known as “@comex” on Twitter. Allegra is best known for the JailBreakMe website which made the process of jailbreaking the iPhone as simple as visiting a webpage using mobile Safari.

The 19-year old hacker from Chappaqua, New York, posted the news of his hire on Twitter, stating that he will be starting an internship with Apple week after next.

Tech News
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Electronic viewfinder, AF and continuous shootingOn paper the Sony Alpha 77 can’t fail to impress with its 24.3Mp APS-C format CMOS sensor, 2.4 million dot OLED electronic viewfinder, 19 AF points (11 cross-type), 12fps full-resolution shooting and tra…

Tech News
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IBM are putting together the largest data drive on the planet, with some 200,000 hard drives working together to reach a whopping 120 petabyte total. Data storage is an increasingly valuable currency, especially with the computer world moving into the …

Mobile Tech
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Motorola’s latest Android smartphone ‘Fire XT316′ is now available for purchase in India. You’ll be able to buy it starting today via Flipkart for 8,999 INR (about $195) or via Letsbuy for 9,199 INR (about $200). In case you didn’t know, this candybar phone offers a 2.8-inch 320 x 240 touchscreen display, a 600MHz processor, […]

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