PC Powerhouse #Intelinside

Some time ago we kicked off our PC POWERHOUSE project full of excitement and anticipation. The initial build phase went by smoothly with the re-use of some existing components and the purchase of a new motherboard with the LGA2011-v3 socket to house the new Intel Core i7 5960X CPU and some DDR4 Ram to match…. Read more »

PROJECT CARS – ‘Inspired to Drive, The Nicholas Hamilton Story’



EA ANNOUNCES BATTLEFIELD 1 Battlefield 1 takes you across multiple and varied locations in a bid to fight your way through immersive battles. From tight urban fights in a besieged French city, to big open spaces in the Italian Alps and frantic combats in the deserts of Arabia, discover a world at war through an… Read more »

LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens

The LEGO Star Wars: The Force Awakens New Adventures Trailer delves into untold tales within the Star Wars galaxy all with a LEGO twist, including Han and Chewie’s voyage to capture the ravenous Rathtars, how the mysterious Crimson Corsair foiled the plans of the First Order, secrets behind Lor San Tekka’s journey to the Jakku… Read more »

Call of Duty : Infinite Warfare

Call of Duty : Infinite Warfare and Call of Duty Modern Warfare remastered

Review – MXGP2

MXGP2 Motocross racing

Global banks compromised by hackers

Global banks have now been compromised by hackers due to a financial system called SWIFT. In a Reuters.com exclusive Jim Finkle in Boston has reported that the Bangladesh Bank hackers that saw $81 million USD ripped from the Bangladesh Bank account, was in fact enabled to make off with the millions through the SWIFT financial… Read more »


Quantum Break is an interesting game concept that’s been pulled off reasonably well. Part 3rd person shooter, part platform puzzler and part TV show it’s got plenty of storyline going on. There are live action TV show episodes that play between the 5 Acts (levels) in the game from what I understand was supposed to be an actual… Read more »

Why the Huawei Mate 8 is better than the Samsung S7.

Recently I was graciously given the new Huawei Mate 8 to try. A phone that had been given rave reviews by my overseas counterparts for its speed, battery life and style. The only phone in the market that was able to compete against the newly released Samsung S7. I was suspicious… I love Samsung products… Read more »

Console yourself with some gaming

Rumours are flying about from both console camps of new improved hardware coming soon. So far the specs that have surfaced have been somewhat disappointing when you look at the potential increase in performance that is available today.   So what do you actually want from your console? And do you want it to remain… Read more »

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    DOOM is back 13 May 2016 – Trailer

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    DOOM – the classic is reborn Be ready to annihilate demon hordes in DOOM’s campaign, destroy your foes in multiplayer, and start taking the game in directions never imagined with SnapMap. See the trailer below. What do you need and when is it available? PC Steam Preloading – Begins at 12 AM ET on May… Read more »

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    Uncharted 4 – A Thief’s End

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    The final chapter of Nathan Drake has arrived in this gloriously cinematic game-play by Naughty Dog; Uncharted 4 – A Thief’s End Filled with a heavy story line, action and puzzles, the final saga begins with Nathan Drake and Elena, whose married life has taken them on an incredibly safe and boring journey. But that… Read more »

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    Top 10 Facebook pages liked by Kiwis

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    Aotearoa, New Zealand is often compared to its neighboring country Australia in terms of similarity. But both Australians and Kiwis will tell you they couldn’t be more vastly different, and if going by Facebook as in indication of that, then you would be 100% correct. Here we take a look at what 2.5-3 million monthly… Read more »

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    Top 10 pages liked by Australians

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    Facebook is an interesting insight into a country and for Australia this holds true. As of May 2 2016 10-15 million monthly active Australian users over the age of 18 on Facebook, have voted with the like button, as I take a look at the country’s most liked pages by Australians according to Facebook. 1. Hamish and… Read more »

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    Apple Woes

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    As investor confidence in Apple has decreased, largely in part to lagging sales of the new Iphone, Carl Ichans’ selloff his entire stock (Carl Ichan is an influential investor worth an estimated 18 billion), low valuation of its stocks and an underwhelming release of inspiring technology its easy to see why many think this may… Read more »

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    Review – Blackphone 2

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    If you need a phone to give you the ultimate in go dark experiences the Blackphone 2 is available for you. Dubbed the worlds first private smartphone by design, the Blackphone 2 promises, privacy, security and multiple phone spaces all in one unassuming black phone. Using Silent OS an android based and endorsed operating system, the… Read more »

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    Top 5 business mistakes on social media

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    Bianchi Public Relations inc have just completed a study of how companies and organisations in Detroit used their social media accounts and came up with the five top social media mistakes that is not only relevant for Detroit, but for most businesses big and small around the world. “While most Detroit-area professional service firms have embraced… Read more »

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    Choose the Empire State clothes

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    Fans of the Empire State Building in the US have the opportunity to choose the Empires clothes, but you only have until the 30th of April (EST) to do so. Fans will have the option of choosing from the below lighting schemes which celebrate the birthday theme: Dynamic, fireworks-inspired lighting Confetti flourishes of color Signature… Read more »

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    Infosys mega collaborations

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    Infosys a massive tech consultancy firm for outsourcing and next gen services, have announced two major collaborations today that will have investors smiling with glee. First Infosys announced an expansion with their relationship with Microsoft to drive solutions focused on simplifying and automating the migration of Microsoft products to speed up Azure based transformations. This… Read more »

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    Buying Followers – Beware

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    The buying of social followerslikes, views, chatters even listeners is not new, its surprisingly common. A lot of creators, businesses and personalities buy followers to manage perception for many reasons. For creators it gives the illusion that they are important in the social media world and can utilise this perception falsely to promote companies (looking… Read more »