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    Incipio Continues to Take Over Apple Accessory Universe, Acquires Incase

    Incipio is cementing itself as one of the giants of the smartphone accessory world with today’s announcement that it has acquired fellow case-maker Incase for an undisclosed sum. Incase will become yet another Incipio brand, joining what has become a robust and varied stable of accessory makers for the company. Incase has been particularly good […]

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    Intel Announces Sixth Generation Core Processors

    At IFA 2015 this week, Intel set the tone for computing devices big and small for the year to come by showing off what’s going to be doing the computing — their sixth generation of Core processors. Like before, Intel’s new chips will be inside a range of device categories, with Intel saying that that […]

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    ThinkPad Yoga is a Total Silver Fox

    The ThinkPad Yoga, Lenovo’s business-oriented 2-in-1 convertible notebook with a 360° hinge, is getting a refresh and a new paint job at IFA 2015. The new ThinkPad Yoga 260 and 460 — both with 360° hinges, just to be clear — are getting hardware updates and, yes, a brand new color, making a non-black ThinkPad […]

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    12-inch MacBook Gets a USB-C Battery Pack

    The new 12-inch MacBook is generally considered the most energy efficient laptop of the fanless Intel Core M-powered laptops, capable of going anywhere between 9 and 11-hours on a single charge with average use. However, if you frequently take 13-plus hour flights, or simply don’t want to bother looking for a wall outlet to charge […]

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    Windows 10 Hits 75 Million Installs Within First Month

    It’s been almost one month since the launch of Windows 10 and the new operating system is already installed on 75 million computers as of today, according to a tweet from Microsoft’s Corporate Vice President Yusuf Mehdi. Almost one month since Windows 10 launched. Here are a few fun facts. Top 10 list…starts now! #Windows10 […]

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    Get the 12-inch MacBook in Any Color You Want – Even Pink

    It’s almost back-to-school time where everyone in class will be showing off their new gadgets like the ultra-slim 12-inch MacBook in Gold, so why not stand out from the crowd of conformists with your own custom colored MacBook from ColorWare? Think of ColorWare as the shop that you’d take your car to get it tricked […]

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    Seagate Backup Plus Portable Drive Review

    Seagate’s Backup Plus Portable Drive is all about packing in a lot of storage, in a compact body. Because lets face it, 1TB and 2TB just isn’t enough anymore – photos and video files alone can accumulate really quickly. In any case, the drive measures just 78.00mm wide, 114.50mm and it weighs just 541g. It’s […]

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    Dell’s Chromebook 13 is Designed for Businesses

    Up until today, Chromebooks have been largely known as cheap, student-friendly notebooks, either for individual students or as mass purchases for classrooms. Dell might change that with the new Chromebook 13, their first premium Chromebook directed at the business world. Dell has taken the familiar Chromebook formula — Chrome OS, mid-tier specs, and solid battery […]

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    Dedicated Cortana Button is Just in Time for Windows 10 Release

    If all goes well for Microsoft, Cortana is going to become much more widely used now that Windows 10 is finally available. Her debut on PCs should open up more interest in Microsoft’s personal assistant, and maybe even in long-struggling Windows phones. That’s what Satechi is banking on, anyway — alongside Windows 10, they’re launching […]

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    4G LTE Surface 3 Gets a Carrier Partner in AT&T

    If you’re looking to get an up-front discount on Microsoft’s tablet-first version of the Surface (which thankfully runs Windows 8.1, abandoning the RT experiment), the 4G LTE version is coming to AT&T and subsidized pricing this month. Come this Friday, July 24, you’ll be able to get the Surface 3 from AT&T in one of […]

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    HP’s BANG & OLUFSEN Limited Edition Laptop Screams Luxurious

    The Windows 10 launch is just a little over two weeks away, but HP isn’t quite ready for a refresh of their business-oriented EliteBook Folio 1020 notebook. That said, they will be shipping out those notebooks with Windows 10 instead of Windows 8.1 come July 29, and HP figured they’d spice things up while they […]

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    Office for Mac 2016 is Finally Here! But Only for Office 365 Subscribers

    After five years, Mac users are finally getting a redesigned Microsoft Office suite. Microsoft has shown remarkable commitment to making the new Office redesign available on just about every platform, and now that’s continuing with Office 2016 for Mac. Needless to say, Macs have changed a lot in five years. Microsoft is finally taking advantage […]

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    ideacentre Stick 300 is a Bite-Size PC the Size of a Flash Drive

    Well, considering we’ve had computers in our pockets for the better part of this century, I guess it’s no surprise that pocket-sized desktop computers are now upon us in force. Intel has their own, and now more and more PC manufacturers are getting into the act. Next up is Lenovo, who announced their ideacentre Stick […]

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    Seagate Backup Plus Gets Revamped and Upgraded to 4TB

    Seagate’s line of Backup Plus external hard drives will get some pretty nice extras this year, especially if you like the idea of backing up your data more than once. Starting with this summer’s new lineup, all Backup Plus drives will come with 200 GB of free storage on Microsoft OneDrive and Lyve photo and […]

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    BenQ Shows off 35-inch Curved XR3501 Gaming Monitor

    The official gaming monitor sponsor of Major League Gaming can’t show up to E3 empty-handed, can it? BenQ is at E3 this week with a massive new gaming monitor set to ship sometime this summer. The ultra-wide screen 35″ XR3501 gaming monitor has a 21:9 aspect ratio and a 2,000R curvature that BenQ claims is […]

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    HP Bringing Full 3D Scanning to Sprout

    Late last year, HP launched Sprout, a new kind of desktop computer geared towards media professionals and engineers. Sprout uses an Intel RealSense camera to scan objects placed on a touch mat in front of the display — users can then manipulate what they just scanned using touch controls on the mat. What HP didn’t […]

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    6 Things You Need to Know from Apple WWDC 2015

    Apple’s biggest event of the year is happening this week, and while the Worldwide Developers Conference is far from over, the Tim Cook-led keynote went down today. While this year’s keynote lacked the punch of years past — in fairness, the biggest announcements were developer-oriented — there were plenty of announcements that regular Apple users […]