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Budget in price, mainstream in aspiration.
We've picked some of the best projects recently completed in our project log forum.
Includes bit-tech's own Dave Alcock.
Major prizes on offer.
Sets up a target 'smart home.'
Build an Echo, win an Echo.
Get a refund if your name is picked.
A 5,000 EVGA Bucks grand prize.
Gold-plated R1 up for grabs.
Big prizes on offer for product ideas.
Computex OC Main Event takes place on Monday.
A game design competition inspired by medieval artist Jheronimus Bosch has launched.
Gigabyte has launched an overclocking competition, with unreleased Ivy Bridge boards the prize.
A contest to find innovative uses for the Europe-wide Galileo sat-nav network is open for entries.
With a 3DMark01 score of over 81,500, Turkey creams the competition using a closely guarded tweak.
O2 UK has launched a competition for the best O2-themed iPhone application - with a £10,000 prize - ahead of its exclusivity deal with Apple ending in September.
The competition for our Mod of the Year contest closed at midnight and we've just chosen our final winner! Who will be getting some Gigabyte kit...?
There is just a few days left of the Mod of the Year competition here at bit-tech, and with the help of Corsair we pick our penultimate winner.
As our Christmas present to our loyal readers, we're bringing you one of the biggest contests in modding history. It's time for Mod of the Year 2007. Read, vote, win.
Don't miss our Mod of the Month competition - your favourite mod needs your vote!
The photo "Under Exposed" by Roy Cheng wins the May bit-tech photo of the month competition!
Google has announced a programming contest, known as Code Jam, in a move to find Europe's most talented computer scientists.
October 14 2021 | 15:04
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