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The Royal Mail announces a consumer 3D-printing service
Britains Royal Mail offers customers the ability to 3D-print objects of choice and have them delivered to their door.
LG Electronics lists seperate division for handling OLED development
LG create a whole business arm directed towards inceasing OLED production, development and research.
SanDisk Extreme Pro 240GB Six-Drive SSD RAID Report
We take SanDisk's flagship SSD for a spin, and see how it scales in performance from a single drive all the way to a powerful six-drive RAID 0 array.
50% of consumers thinking of a smart wristband will buy a smartwatch
Half of consumers in the market for a smart wristband next year will instead choose a smartwatch.
TweakTown's Ultimate Windows SSD Performance Installation Guide
TweakTown's Ultimate Windows SSD Performance Installation Guide delivers essentials for optimum performance from your Windows based SSD installation.
Toshiba announces 4TB and 5TB HDDs
Toshiba offers bigger HDD's with more capacity.
Crucial MX100 512GB Two-Drive SSD RAID Report
Crucial's newly launched MX100 SSD features the smallest lithography NAND on the market, and hence, sells for a good price. Let's see two of them in RAID.
Gartner: Consumer 3D printing is at least five years away
Consumer 3D printing interest is still at least five years away, and it will take time for the market to mature further, Gartner notes.
Toshiba Q Series Pro 256GB Three-Drive SSD RAID Report
We looked for a challenger to our current RAID SSD champion, and we found one in a drive we had already tested. Toshiba's Q Series Pro gets tested now.
Intel DC P3700 800GB NVMe vs. Intel 730 Series SATA SSD RAID Report
PCIe NVMe makes an appearance as our OS Disk in a consumer based enthusiast environment. Is it faster than our SATA RAID champion? Intel vs. Intel, go!
Intel 730 480GB 6-Drive SSD RAID Report
Our RAID champion makes another appearance, and this time we've got six 480GB Intel 730 SSD's to max out our Lynx Point chipset. Let's take a look now.
Plextor M5M 256GB mSATA 2-Drive SSD RAID Report
Plextor shows us what it has got in an mSATA SSD with its M5M 256GB. TweakTown shows you what that's like in RAID 0. Let's go!
Crucial M550 512GB 2-Drive SSD RAID Report
Crucial steps back into the enthusiast sector by launching a new SSD. The M550 offers cutting edge performance at an affordable price.
Intel 730 480GB SSD Two-Drive RAID Report
Intel taps a datacenter SSD to produce an enthusiast-class SSD for consumers. Will Intel's new 730 SSD have what it takes to become our RAID champion?
Intel 530 180GB Two-Drive SSD RAID Report
Today we look at how well Intel's most popular capacity mainstream SSD stacks up against the competition in RAID 0. Read on now and find out!
Windows 8 causes Microsoft's customer satisfaction rating to drop to Vista levels
Consumers less satisfied with Microsoft after Windows 8 launch, drops to near-Vista levels.
Legendary Internet Tech Pricing Mistakes and their (a)moral Implications
eCommerce or freeCommerce? In light of Razer's recent 90% off discount coupon nightmare, we discuss all things Internet Pricing Mistakes.
Australian retailer charges customers $5 for "just looking"
Australian retailer charges people $5 per person for "just looking" in their store.
Apple, Adobe defend charging Australian customers more
Australians love paying more for software, according to Apple and Adobe.
Australian telco, Kogan Mobile, kicks customer off their network for the overuse of his phone
Kogan Mobile kicks customer off their network, says he was using his phone too much.
HP Reports Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2012 Results
Google software developer would like a world with no logins on the Internet
Google would like to get rid of individual site logins, mentions that it's annoying.
TV makers are looking for more profits, but on thinner TVs
LG, and others seek more profits from future TV tech.