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Articles Posted on 29 November 2012

Buy HP StorageWorks Ultrium 920 tape drive, get a free server

29 Nov 2012  by Desire Athow
Buy HP StorageWorks Ultrium 920 tape drive, get a free server
Or rather buy a £756 HP tower server and get a £901 SAS internal tape drive for £152 until the end of the month.

HDanywhere Mulitroom+ 4x4 HDBaseT review

29 Nov 2012  by Andy Evans
HDanywhere Mulitroom+ 4x4 HDBaseT review
If you want to share your set-top boxes, gaming consoles and Internet access with multiple TVs around your home, this system is ideal.

Today's Tech: Apple in-fighting, unhappy Microsoft shareholders and an apologetic Nintendo

29 Nov 2012  by Oluseun Alufa
Today's Tech: Apple in-fighting, unhappy Microsoft shareholders and an apologetic Nintendo
We also report on a recent breakthrough in 3D printer technology and NOW TV coming to Roku streaming services.

Scientists believe 3D printing could work on the Moon

29 Nov 2012  by Oluseun Alufa
Scientists believe 3D printing could work on the Moon
Experts have put forward new applications for 3D printing technology, which could help future moon colonists to fashion their tools.

Syria's Internet and telephone lines cut off

29 Nov 2012  by Monira Matin
Syria's Internet and telephone lines cut off
Reports have surfaced from US Internet tracking firms that Syria has been completely cut off from the Internet and phone lines.

3D printed consumer electronics are now a reality

29 Nov 2012  by John Hewitt
3D printed consumer electronics are now a reality
A group at the University of Warwick has developed carbomorph, the ability to print capacitive sensors, and “smart” cups.

Samsung i5500 Galaxy Europa Android smartphone down to £34.90

29 Nov 2012  by Desire Athow
Samsung i5500 Galaxy Europa Android smartphone down to £34.90
This is the cheapest Android smartphone in the UK, one that will give novices a taste of how life on Google’s mobile platform feels.

US piracy crackdown delayed

29 Nov 2012  by Monira Matin
US piracy crackdown delayed
A controversial "six strikes" scheme in the US, supported by Internet service providers, has been delayed following Hurricane Sandy.

Nintendo president "sorry" for frustration of day-one Wii U patch

29 Nov 2012  by Oluseun Alufa
Nintendo president "sorry" for frustration of day-one Wii U patch
The Japanese gaming firm’s top executive is reportedly remorseful over the new console's hefty day-one patch and missing features.

HTC One X+ smartphone available from £27 per month

29 Nov 2012  by Desire Athow
HTC One X+ smartphone available from £27 per month
A significant upgrade to the previous generation HTC One X is now on the market and can be had for a mere £27 per month.

AVG enhances mobile security with Android AntiVirus and iOS Safe Browser

29 Nov 2012  by Will Dalton
AVG enhances mobile security with Android AntiVirus and iOS Safe Browser
The security firm has updated its Android app, while launching a new privacy-conscious browser for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch.