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    8 Reasons Why Dell World 2013 Was Pretty Cool

    Dell World might be an IT and enterprise focused conference, but this year Dell demonstrated that the company is moving forward and leading trends in several new ways. Plus, between major news announcements, a strong attendee and partner list, and an impressive list of surprise musical guests, Dell World 2013 proved that while the event […]

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    Microsoft Surface Tops Black Friday Sales

    In the great Black Friday of 2013, it would appear that Apple managed to win the day overall. But, their victory was neither resounding nor unanimous. Perhaps a little surprisingly, the Microsoft Surface carried Best Buy this year, which could mean an uptick in interest in Microsoft’s tablet. MarketWatch breaks down the aftermath of Black […]

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    Guide to the Hottest Intel-powered Tablets for the Holidays

    In just a few short years, tablets have changed the way millions entertain themselves. Free time has been forever changed by those fun-sized computers, making it easier than ever to check out television shows, movies, ebooks, and games from the comfort of the couch. But, that’s not to say all tablets are created equally – […]

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    Watch Amazon Mayday Help Us Out

    I’ve been using the new Kindle Fire HDX for a few weeks now, watching shows like Betas, the new original series from Amazon, reading books and email, and of course, ordering items from Amazon.com using my Prime membership. I’m pretty familiar with how to use the device, but ran into a snag when I recently […]

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    Tote Around Your iPad in the Kit from Louis Vuitton

    If designer tablet sleeves haven’t vaulted their way up into the holiday pantheon of designer handbags, video game consoles, and computing devices, then they’re clearly well on their way. Take the Louis Vuitton Kit, which will surely be one of the finest ways to tote your (perhaps new) tablet around in style. The Kit features […]

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    Intel Experience Store Tour [Nolita]

    When Intel announced that they were opening up several pop up shops around the country for the holidays, color us surprised. What could Intel’s very own experience shops have to offer that the likes of Best Buy, the Microsoft Store, and other retailers don’t already have? It turns out that Intel’s new experience shops, truly […]

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    Discovery Kids techTAB Review

    So you’ve finally decided to buy your child a tablet of their own. Now you just need to decide on which tablet to buy. You could simply buy a them an iPad or one of the many Android tablets available, but you’re probably be concerned about giving them unsupervised access to the internet and the […]

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    Paul Frank iPhone 5S and iPad Cases Are Here

    There’s a brand new collection of Paul Frank cases on Uncommon for you to browse, all ready to protect the brand new iPhones and iPads that will be coming home this holiday season. The Uncommon collection features pretty standard Paul Frank fare, with Julius the monkey emblazoned all over the hard cases. That said, this […]

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    Intel Opening Pop Up Stores

    Intel is opening up a few pop up stores across the nation to help consumers navigate the sea of Intel powered devices that are available this holiday season. The stores, which can be found opening up in Nolita in New York, Lincoln Park in Chicago, and Venice, CA over the next couple weeks, will feature […]

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    Lenovo Yoga Tablet 8 and 10 Review + Giveaway

    The Yoga Tablet 8 and Yoga Tablet 10 are the love children of a partnership between Ashton Kutcher and Lenovo. You heard that right, these tablets are hardly the first Android tablets from Lenovo, the company has been making Android tablets for years, but they are the first two products to come from Ashton Kutcher’s […]

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    Nook GlowLight Goes Toe to Toe with the Amazon Paperwhite

    Barnes & Noble is coming out with a brand new reader in the Nook line, to properly compete with the Amazon Paperwhite. And compete it does, with some attractive specs and improvements to the Nook store that could lure a few readers over into their camp. The Nook GlowLight is thinner and lighter than previous […]

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    Lenovo’s Yoga Tablet Bends Its Way Into a Perfect Pose

    What Lenovo did for the Ultrabook, they are about to do again for the Tablet. The Yoga’s deal was already supposed to be that it was half-tablet anyway, but if you’re a tablet purist, Lenovo is now releasing a Yoga Tablet, which dispenses with the keyboard entirely. Interestingly, the Yoga Tablet also dispenses with Windows […]

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    iPad Air Will Be Free at T-Mobile on November 1st

    T-Mobile had two big pieces of tablet news to announce yesterday, and it’s no coincidence that they both come on the heels of the iPad Air reveal. Even better, some of that news involves free data. Free data for life, in fact. Or, for however long T-Mobile keeps it up, I guess. Either way, it’s […]

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    9 Must Have Cases For the iPad Air and iPad Mini

    If you’re already lusting after the lighter, thinner iPad Air announced this week, you’re gonna need a new case to protect that fragile form factor. The leading case makers are frantically working on that, with most of them announcing cases and accessories that are expected to arrive just in time for the November release date. A […]