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 Tuesday, 6-May-2008  10:51:44 (GMT +10) - by DiGiTaL MoNkEY

Vodafone just announced they will be releasing the Apple iPhone in Australia, the Czech Republic, Egypt, Greece, Italy, India, Portugal, New Zealand, South Africa and Turkey. Unfortunately no release dates have been mentioned, but it’s bound to be close. Discussion can be found here.

Nine Inch Nails' latest album “The Slip” is 100% Free, no payment required in any case, not even when you download the whooping 1.2GB version, which includes better-than-CD-quality WAVE 24bit/96kHz files. You can also choose from high-quality MP3s, FLAC lossless and M4A lossless. (Email Required)

HardOCP compare the 9800GTX in SLI, 3-way SLI and the 9800GX2 in Quad-SLI to see what really is worth your hard earned money. We compare a single-GPU, to dual-GPU, to triple-GPU, to Quad-GPU. We are also going to overclock our Intel Core 2 Extreme QX9650 3GHz CPU to 3.66GHz to reduce CPU limitations should there be any.

PC Perspective review the EVGA UV Plus+ External USB VGA Adapter, it allows you to connect up additional monitors to your notebook or desktop PC through a USB connection rather than requiring you to install another graphics card.

Gizmodo review the ultra-glossy Lenovo IdeaPad U110 Ultra Portable. The Lenovo IdeaPad U110 comes in the wake of America's new obsession with tiny laptops but all you want to know is that it's over half a pound lighter than the MacBook Air and will impress the fellow yupps at Starbucks.

Tom’s hardware have written up a graphics guide for gamers with a tight budget, focusing on a range of low to mid range graphics cards rather than just high end solutions. (All Text, No Graphs)

TechSpot review three of the latest AMD Phenom X3 processors. AMD is fighting hard to make a reasonable impression in the mainstream market, the latest processor series from AMD is a little unusual as it makes use of not one, two, or even four cores, but rather three!



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