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So over the last few years we have been working endlessly in order to create the best place for technology, gaming and gadget related news and reviews.

With TechNutty version 4.0 we think we cracked it with the addition of better articles that change according to their purpose, allowing us to create beautiful articles that not only inform but also inspire.

We also added sidebars that follow the page that allow us to reduce the amount of clutter we have within articles, and thus improve loading times.

And there’s a lot more changes in 4.0 alongside all of that too, with a brand new homepage, a better menu bar that provides the information you need quickly without having to click-through multiple pages, faster loading speeds with a new CDN integration and lazy loading and a few other things that you might notice from time to time.

However as is with any adventure, it’s not perfect and we need you help to get it as close to being perfect as it can be, so today we are launching a new feature on the site that allows readers to provide us with feedback.

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Featured at the bottom of every page is a new feedback button, click this button and it will launch a new window that will allow you to easily and effortlessly send us you feedback in not only a text form, but also with an image.

To get started all you have to do is either type in your name and email address, or hit the anonymous button, once that has been completed you will be treated with a screen that allows you to highlight the sections of the page that you wish to provide feedback on, simply drag your cursor over an area and the new feature will reduce the opacity on those sections.

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Then when you are done simply hit the “Send Feedback” button, add your text and it’s ready to go.

We promise to look at all of your submissions within a week of sending them, and then if we think they are something we could improve upon we will add them to our coming soon list.

Thanks for helping us in this adventure.

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