31 Results for

l33t

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Win a l33t gaming package worth over £1,300!

Don't say we're not good to you -- we're kicking off our biggest ever competition month with a gaming giveaway worth over £1,300. Is that enough to bring out your competitive side?

By Jul. 3, 2007

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Google and Microsoft call for improved computer science in school

Google and Microsoft have joined gaming giants including Sony and Nintendo in calling for computer science to be brought back to schools.

By Nov. 28, 2011

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Mac OS X is redeemed

Mac OS X is redeemed

By Mar. 8, 2006

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Radio controlled truck with webcam helps geek woo girl

We've just seen arguably the most impressive RC setup ever. It even helped its owner woo a member of the opposite sex from 1,000 paces.

By Aug. 31, 2011

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HTC Desire getting Gingerbread by the end of the month

The HTC Desire is finally about to get Gingerbread, the latest version of Android for mobiles. HTC has stated that it will begin rolling out the update by the end of July.

By Jul. 12, 2011

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Interweb, defriend and tweetup make it into the dictionary

A slew of geeky terms, including Interweb, unfriend and tweetup have made it into the most recent edition of the Oxford Dictionary of English. What other dork slang deserves a mention?

By Aug. 24, 2010

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OpenOfficeMouse has frankly preposterous 18 buttons, joystick

With 18 buttons, 63 profiles and an analogue joystick, the OpenOfficeMouse by WarMouse is set to be the most customisable peripheral ever. And the most insane, by some distance

By Nov. 7, 2009

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TfL wants to limit your speed electronically

Good news, public transport fans -- Transport for London will be slowing its buses down this summer, and it wants to slow your cars down, too

By May. 28, 2009

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Sony Ericsson K660i: Simple is its middle name

Not all phones are designed exclusively for the l33t geek, some are actually quite simple.

By Apr. 28, 2008

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Sony Ericsson K660i: Straightforward is its middle name

Fed up with your smart phone and its overwhelming array of features? Are you confused to the point of despair? Maybe it's time to invest in a simple phone

By Apr. 28, 2008