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[Closed] Giveaway – Kaspersky PURE

[Closed] Giveaway – Kaspersky PURE

Some of you might remember the interview we did here at TeckComesFirst with the security expert from Kaspersky. They’ve kindly agreed to sponsor a giveaway in association with us. Read on to find out more. OH YES! OH YES! WE GOT FREE STUFF!!! WOOOHOOO. What you can win This time, we have partnered with Kaspersky to give away a copy of their Pure Total Security software (worth 49.99) to five of you lucky readers. Protects against...

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Otone Audio introduces its first docking station, the Soundship Micro

Otone Audio introduces its first docking station, the Soundship Micro

Otone Audio’s first entry into the speaker dock market is the SoundShip Micro, a stylish portable speaker which can also be used as a Sound dock for Android devices. Read on to find out more.         This device is marketed by OTONE Audio as “perfect for providing the soundtrack to the summer” and a picture of it with a Smartphone docked is shown below. On first glance, the feature you notice...

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Review: HTC One

Before starting this review, a huge shout out goes out to Vodafone for providing the HTC One for review.           The HTC One is HTC’s latest reiteration of their “One” lineup and they certainly haven’t let us down on this beast! Featuring an immense 4.7 inch display and a powerful quad-core processor, the One certainly isn’t lacking in power. You can buy a HTC One from Vodafone...

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Interview with David Emm, from Kaspersky Lab.

Kaspersky Lab’s Senior Security Researcher David Emm talks to TeckComesFirst about working at Kaspersky, what they’re doing in the mobile space and more.         1)   Can you introduce yourself and say what you exactly do at Kaspersky day to day? I’m David Emm and I’m a Senior Security Researcher in Kaspersky Lab’s Global Research and Analysis Team. Most of my time is spent writing...

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JVC HAFx40 review: Burn them in , Love them.

JVC HAFx40 review: Burn them in , Love them.

JVC is a company well established for their earphones, especially with the JVC marshmallows. Now JVC is experimenting with carbon nanotube drivers instead of the traditional neodymium magnets. Headfi has gone near crazy with the JVC Hafx40 as it supposedly defeats earphones 4 to 5 times their price of $20. There has been a recent trend of bang for buck products but can the Hafx40s rise to the top? The first thing you will notice once the...

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