Author: James

The best football apps on Android

Underdogs Wales are out of the Euros and the finals will be held on Sunday. Fear not though as you only have to wait another month before the Premier league kicks off again. To celebrate the pending start of the Premier League next month, I have compiled a list of my favourite football Apps available on Android now. You can find most of the Apps in the Google Play Store. Sky Sports for Android With the Sky Sports for Android app, you can stay up to speed with all the action from all the major sporting events as they...

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Some Radeon RX 480 4GB models are flashable to 8GB

According to posters on Tweakers.net, confirmed in a blog post by the site, selected 4GB RX 480 models have been found with 8GB of memory physically on-board. Previously, AMD had suggested that that 4GB/8GB split between the two models was hard rather than soft. This is not an unheard of modification from AMD or other hardware companies. In the past the AMD 7950 was upgradable to the 7970 and selected AMD X3 Phonoms could have a 4th core unlocked. The reason behind these possible upgrades is that it is often cheaper to produce 1 hardware configuration then disabling features via software,...

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Buyer’s guide: Choosing a 3D printer

Are you in the market to buy a new 3D printer? Whether it’s for your business or just personal use, it can be confusing enough to choose the perfect one needed with so many available and not knowing where to begin. 3D printing is still very new and is only just moving into the mainstream. So, if you’re unsure where to start, here’s some clever advice to consider, from German online electronics retailer, reichelt.co.uk. 3D Printing Technology The first thing to understand is the technology used in these devices. Most 3D printers use a process called “Fused Deposition Modelling”...

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CoolChip Technologies shows off Kinetic CPU cooler for Skylake

Cooler Master and CoolChip teamed up back in 2015 to produce an early prototype of a new CPU cooler that offers a much smaller form factor than standard while being quieter. This new CPU cooler design combines a traditional heatsink and fan into a single unit, where part of the heatsink rotates and provides both direct cooling and airflow for the remainder of the unit. CoolChip is close to releasing their first official product, which will be designed to be used on Intel LGA 1151 socket on CPUs that have a TDP of lower than 70W. We really hope...

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Windows 10 Anniversary Update Launching August 2nd

It has been nearly a year since the launch of Windows 10, and Microsoft is launching a major update to iron out some of the bugs people have found over the past year. Named the Anniversary update, it will be launched on 2nd of August. One of the features that has been sorely lacking since launch, though is extensions for the new browser, Edge. With the Anniversary Update, extensions will finally be available. There are a few extensions already in the preview builds, such as Adblock, Adblock Plus, Lastpass, Microsoft Translator, and a few more. Microsoft is focusing even...

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