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    Dell XPS 13 Finally Gets a Big Brother, the XPS 15

    For a few years now, the Dell XPS line has quietly impressed, giving us great notebooks and 2-in-1s in packages that were among the thinnest and lightest (if not top of the pack). That continues with Dell’s refreshed line of XPS devices, including the XPS 15, a machine both large and small in all the […]

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    Dell XPS 12 Takes On The Surface Pro

    Dell is releasing a brand new XPS 12 next month, but this is no hardware refresh. They’ve done away with easel hinge, creating a 2-in-1 more along the lines of what the Surface Pro offers, but with a 4k display that eclipses what the Surface Pro 4 has – even if we have our doubts […]

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    Smart Shape-Shifting Clothing Takes Over the Runway at NYFW

    Clothes that intelligently change form according to data taken from your body? That’s what’s possible thanks to 3D printing and a new hardware module from Intel that looks to change what our humble garments are capable of (so, more than just hanging on your body). Intel and fashion line Chromat are at New York Fashion […]

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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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    5 Drool Worthy Intel-Powered Devices for Back to School

    The bad news about back to school shopping is that you have to go back to school. Bummer! The good news is that back to school time is hands down the best time to finagle a new device out of the parents — you can always give your birthday and the holidays a shot, but […]

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    Intel Plans to Put RealSense 3D in Everything from Smartphones to Robots

    This year’s Intel Developer Forum is all about its RealSense 3D camera and sensor technology, which aims to make our interaction with Internet-of-Things devices more seamless and intuitive. Rather than rely on a mouse and keyboard to log onto a computer, for example, a computer equipped with a RealSense camera can authenticate the user using […]

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    Dell Gets Tough on Tablets With Their Latitude 12 Rugged

    It’s a little surprising, considering that tablets are the more mobile devices, but Dell built up their Rugged line with notebooks and 2-in-1s before finally building a rock-solid tablet in the new Latitude 12 Rugged. The tablet looks to be as technically proficient as it is tough — the 11.6″ HD display is combined with […]

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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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    Asus ZenFone 2 Costs $199 Unlocked, Yet It’s a Flagship Phone

    After hitting stores in some parts of Asia earlier this year, the Asus ZenFone 2 is officially coming to North America, and it’s coming soon—you’ll be able to buy it tomorrow. Asus chairman Jonney Shih announced the North American release of the ZenFone 2 at a press conference held in New York earlier today. While […]

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    Pick up the Asus MeMO Pad 7 LTE Tablet for 99 Cents

    One of our favorite budget tablets from last year is getting a little bit better in 2015. The Asus MeMO Pad 7 is getting an LTE model and an exclusive AT&T launch on April 10, when you’ll be able to get it on a prepaid or monthly plan. Other than LTE connectivity, this is the […]

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    Intel Gets Down to Business With New 5th Gen Core vPro Processors

    Following up on the introduction of their 5th generation Core processors at CES 2015, Intel is announcing the enterprise versions in their Core vPro processor line. Intel’s vPro processors have long been giving businesses the same power as the consumer versions, plus hardware-enabled goodies like more encryption options and ease of access and control for […]

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    Lenovo’s LaVie Z Laptops are Truly Lighter Than Air

    We got the expected ThinkPad, Vibe, and Yoga refreshes, but Lenovo did have one surprise for us at CES 2015—the LaVie Z laptops, which are making their way to the United States for the first time. So, what’s their deal? They’re light. Really, really light. The LaVie Z HZ550 and HZ750 will be the lightest […]

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    5th Generation Intel Core i Processors

    One of the major new developments we’re seeing at CES 2015 is the release of the first batch of notebooks and 2-in-1s running on 5th generation Intel Core i processors, which go by the codename Broadwell. You’ll be shocked at the implications—Intel’s new processors are more powerful, more efficient, and will help deliver longer battery […]

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    Intel’s MICA Smart Bracelet Coming in December for $495

    We’ve been keeping our eyes on Intel’s MICA, the fashionable smart bracelet designed in partnership with Opening Ceremony and Barneys New York. MICA is probably the most concerted effort yet towards building a wearable just for women, and now we know that it can also be the perfect holiday gift for your high tech fashionista—MICA […]

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    Asus PadFone X Mini Comes to AT&T This Month

    The Asus PadFone X mini is a shrunk-down version of the PadFone X that we reviewed earlier this year. The PadFone X is a rare breed of hybrid device—instead of being a 2-in-1 tablet and laptop like we’re used to seeing, it’s a 2-in-1 smartphone and tablet, thanks to a tablet docking station that the […]