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Nvidia Titan X

Nvidia GeForce GTX Titan X – most advanced graphics card in the world

Nvidia has unveiled its most powerful gaming graphics card ever, the GTX Titan X

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Philips UltraWide display

Philips UltraWide 34-inch display arrives in SA

Philips UltraWide displays, offering a resolution of 3,440 x 1,440, are now available through MMD

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Why 3D TVs failed, again

Television broadcasts in 3D promised to give people an extra dimension in viewing movies, sport and other entertainment but take up of the technology has not been that great

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Accidental Facebook innovation makes Internet use less energy

The need to run more efficient servers made Facebook invent a new switch – which lowers their energy use significantly. The whole world profits.

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Super-fast, reversible USB 3.1 coming to your motherboard

Motherboard manufacturer ASRock has announced the arrival of Type-C USB 3.1 cards for its motherboards

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Cheapest PC monitors in South Africa

A pricing comparison of the cheapest monitors available online in South Africa

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Fancy a 7680 x 4320 PC screen?

The Video Electronics Standards Association has announced the next step in high-resolution screens

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Kingston 1TB flash drive

1TB flash drive in SA for R14,000

In the world of flash drives, the Kingston HyperX Predator is king

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MSI GS30 2M Shadow with GamerDock

Ultrabook that transforms into a PC

MSI has revealed what it expects its behemoth of a desktop replacement to sell for in South Africa

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Toshiba Corp President and Chief Executive Hisao Tanaka speaks during the company's corporate strategy meeting in Tokyo August 7, 2013. Toshiba Corp said on Wednesday it has set a sales target for its nuclear power business of 630 billion yen ($6.45 billion) for the year to March 2016, citing steady progress with projects in China and the United States. REUTERS/Issei Kato (JAPAN - Tags: BUSINESS SCIENCE TECHNOLOGY)

Toshiba stops international TV production

Toshiba Corp has decided to stop making televisions for overseas markets amid intensified competition with Chinese and South Korean rivals

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