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The X215 is quite simply the sexiest flat-panel we’ve reviewed. There’s a real lack of ostentation in the sleek minimalist design, and the blue-tinted glass front serves a purpose beyond aesthetics, incorporating AG Neovo’s own display-enhancing tech...
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A new snooker world champion, Mark Williams, was recently crowned following a nail-bitting final in the 17-day world championship series. The 2002 champion, Peter Ebdon, was challenging for the title and I, for one, was surprised he didn’t win again,...
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If you had a Sega MegaDrive in the early 1990s, chances are you'll have heard of ToeJam and Earl. The coolest aliens in the galaxy provided me with many hours of fun, laughs and funky tunes in my youth. So when I heard that they were going to make an...
Initially conceived as an expansion pack for the brilliant IL2-Sturmovik, Forgotten Battles took on a life of its own and became a stand-alone project for Russian developer Maddox Games. As a result, it doesn’t have the groundbreaking impact of the o...
If you have ever fancied yourself as Indiana Jones — you know, the whole hat-and-whip deal — then this game will fulfil all your fantasies. You get to play the part of the macho archaeologist from the comfort of your sofa, with no requirement to look...
If you think that your only business productivity software options are an old version of Microsoft Office or a new version of Microsoft Office, think again: Corel has released a new edition of its venerable WordPerfect Office suite.
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First impression on unpacking the Q702 test unit was the solid feel and clean, minimalist styling.
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