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Dell turns e-waste into new treasures with gold recycling programme

By Press Release 18 January 2018

Dell has launched an industry-first pilot to use recycled gold from used electronics in new computer motherboards, which will ship in the award-winning Latitude 5285 2-in-1s FULL STORY >

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Elon Musk's latest company is called Neuralink

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 28 March 2017

And it wants to put software in your brain. FULL STORY >

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Asus unveils Tinker Board for DIY fans

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 23 January 2017

For fans of the Raspberry Pi, Asus releases its own DIY offering called the Tinker Board. FULL STORY >

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Nvidia christens new 2016 Titan X GPU as 'biggest ever built'

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 22 July 2016

Continuing its release of new GPUs this month, Nvidia unveils its top new top of the line Titan X for $1 200 on 2 August. FULL STORY >

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Raspberry Pi will add 8 MP Sony camera in latest refresh

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 26 April 2016

Featuring the same 5 MP since 2013, Raspberry Pi has upgraded to a new 8 MP Sony version for its boards moving forward. FULL STORY >

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Raspberry Pi 3 gets 64-bit and Wi-Fi upgrade, retains $35 price tag

By Robin-Leigh Chetty 29 February 2016

To mark the fourth year of its Model B, Raspberry Pi has upgraded the Pi 3 with a 64-bit processor and built-in Wi-Fi, all while keeping its $35 price tag intact. FULL STORY >

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Are machines the contact centre agents of the future?

By Staff Writer 24 February 2015

Artificial Intelligence is not yet a reality but very smart computers are. FULL STORY >

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WD expands Red Hard Disk offerings

By Staff Writer 23 July 2014

Storage solution provider WD has announced the expansion of its Red line of SATA hard drives for home and small office NAS (Network Attached Storage) systems. FULL STORY >

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SanDisk and Sahara Computers sign distribution deal

By Staff Writer 31 July 2013

SanDisk signs local distribution deal with Sahara Computers. FULL STORY >

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Worldwide PC market continuing to shrink, says Gartner

By Ryan Noik 11 July 2013

IT consulting company Gartner has reported that worldwide PC shipments have declined for the fifth year in a row, highlighting a disturbing trend for the PC market. FULL STORY >

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Asus ascends to great heights

By Staff Writer 6 September 2012

Founded in 1989 in Taipei by four former Acer computer engineers, Asus gets its name from the Pegasus, the mythological winged horse of Greek mythology. FULL STORY >

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Acer Revo 70

By Ryan Noik 30 May 2012

Acer's Revo 70 takes off the gloves, puts up its fists, and make a sound argument why we shouldn't count the PC out for the count just yet. FULL STORY >

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HP unveils its Proliant Gen8 servers

By Ryan Noik 16 April 2012

It is not every day that a prominent IT company claims it will revolutionise the IT industry, and then proceeds to show you, in detail, how. FULL STORY >

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HP launches new PC products

By Ryan Noik 4 January 2012

HP today announced a number of new products ahead of the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas next week. FULL STORY >

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HP Just Right IT portfolio for small businesses

By Staff Writer 11 May 2011

HP's Just Right IT portfolio includes new server, printer and PC products designed and priced to deliver affordability and value to small businesses. FULL STORY >

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