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EDITOR'S NOTE

Mass Effect 3. It has a huge international following - millions of people. It has gripped the PC & Tech Authority office. In our review, posted today here, David Hollingworth calls it the greatest gaming space opera of all time.

Also today: a fascinating video showing a haptic touchscreen, we review a powerline networking kit, and why we think Motorola's Xoom 2 is a stunning tablet.

William Maher
PC & Tech Authority

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Future tech: moving touchscreens NEWS
Future tech: moving touchscreens
By Esat Dedezade | Mar 27, 2012
Vibrating haptic feedback looks set to be a thing of the past, thanks to some fancy moveable screen tech from the land of the rising sun
Reviewed: Mass Effect 3 REVIEWS
Reviewed: Mass Effect 3
By David Hollingworth | Mar 27, 2012
The greatest gaming space opera of all time has concluded. Our spoiler-free review of Mass Effect 3 looks at just how satisfying a conclusion it is.
Notepad++ marks landmark 6.0.0 release NEWS
Notepad++ marks landmark 6.0.0 release
By Nick Peers | Mar 27, 2012
An old favourite of web designers, coders and enthusiasts, the popular open-source text editor Notepad++ 6.0.0 has been released. Get the new version of a program that's been downloaded millions of times.
Logitech's BCC950 ConferenceCam pans across 180 degrees NEWS
Logitech's BCC950 ConferenceCam pans across 180 degrees
By Lucy Hedges | Mar 27, 2012
Logitech's latest webcam wouldn't look out of place in a sci-fi movie - but you're more likely to find it in a conference room
Angry Birds Space hits 10 million downloads in three days NEWS
Angry Birds Space hits 10 million downloads in three days
By Lucy Hedges | Mar 27, 2012
The Angry Birds phenomenon sets a new record proving that the game remains incredibly popular
Reviewed: TP-Link AV200 Mini Powerline Starter Kit REVIEWS
Reviewed: TP-Link AV200 Mini Powerline Starter Kit
By Nic Healey | Mar 27, 2012
If you haven't tried powerline networking, this TP-Link AV200 Mini Starter Kit is an excellent and affordable alternative to wireless.
Reviewed: Motorola Xoom 2 REVIEWS
Reviewed: Motorola Xoom 2
By David Bayon , Nic Healey | Mar 26, 2012
A powerful, light and beautifully designed tablet - the Motorola Xoom 2 is more than good enough to keep the impending quad-core brigade at bay. Read our review.
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