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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
Hardware manufacturers shouldn't assume everyone is an expert, says minister.
Way ahead of schedule, More Computers here in the UK has already listed AMD's next generation Phenom II processors.
Scan invited us to visit its headquarters after opening its new retail store front. It has also nearly finished a warehouse expansion.
Rock's former head of sales, Paul Bicknell, stole computers to fund a lifestyle of fast cars and online gambling.
Kobalt Computers dropped in to show us two of its notebooks the other day: one is airbrushed, while the other is ludicrously high-end.
Evesham Technology has gone into administration, citing the Home Computing Initiative being closed at short notice as a cause.
The UK government is set to ban the use of the 'standby' mode on electrical goods. The mighty switch is responsible for billions of tons of fuel in the UK.
COMPUTEX 2006: The world's tallest building, Taipei 101, has been rebuilt... by a bunch of computer enthusiasts.
They say that space is the final frontier – but why are we still launching hardware with state of the Ark computers?
This is the Internet and I'm afraid the kid gloves came off a long time ago.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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