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Dell sticks with Windows RT for future ARM tablets

It’d be fair to say that Microsoft’s Windows RT hasn’t exactly set the world on fire for sales. In fact, IDC has recently¬†gone further and all but laid the blame of the current PC slow down at the feet of the former high-flying software maker and its Windows 8 operating system. However, it’s being reported […]

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Final year of Windows XP support begins

It’s the operating system that has lasted longer than any other, but Microsoft has today begun flagging that its ever-popular Windows XP has entered into the final phase of official support. The software giant will officially end support for the 2001-era OS in exactly a year’s time on April 8, 2014. That means there’ll be […]

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Console games recorder uploads action video to YouTube

Entertainment peripheral brand Kaiser Baas is set to release its Series 8 Game Recorder in April. The device is designed to enable gamers to plug in games consoles, watch and record game action onto your PC. It comes with video editing software to edit captures and enables you to upload your gaming action to YouTube. […]

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HTC HD7 exclusive to Telstra March 29

Telstra has become the latest to announce an exclusive handset release aimed for March. The Australian telco giant will be the exclusive retailer of the new HTC HD7, the Microsoft Windows 7-based smartphone. The phone features a 4.3-inch capacitive-touchscreen LCD panel and will capture 720p (1280×720-pixel) video via the on-board camera. It’ll be available for […]

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World’s Internet Explorer users at risk from new security flaw

Software giant Microsoft has confirmed that Internet Explorer users on all Windows XP, Vista and Windows 7 computers are vulnerable to have their personal data stolen via a new vulnerability it its still-popular web browser. The security hole, known as MHTML script injection, allows hackers to use the protocol handler that enables MIME encapsulation of […]

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