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BlackBerry PlayBook slips back under $200
— 11:58 AM on February 3, 2012

Amazon's Kindle Fire isn't the only game in town if you're looking for a sub-$200 tablet—at least, not until next weekend. BlackBerry's PlayBook has...

Type: News story Tags: Personal tech

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Windows Phone 8, Windows 8 to have shared kernel
— 6:00 AM on February 3, 2012

We know that Windows 8 is taking a page out of Windows Phone 7's playbook by implementing the same Metro user interface. According to the...

Type: News story Tags: Operating systems Windows Personal tech

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4GB DDR3 module prices rise, are still dirt-cheap
— 10:00 AM on February 1, 2012

We all love to hear about memory contract prices, right? Then, boy, does DigiTimes have a story for you all this morning. In all seriousness, the...

Type: News story Tags: Memory

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Analyst: Six million Kindle Fires were sold last quarter
— 2:52 PM on January 30, 2012

Amazon is keeping a tight lid on Kindle Fire sales so far, but that's not stopping analysts from coming up with estimates. As Forbes reports,...

Type: News story Tags: Personal tech

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Former Palm CEO leaves HP
— 6:00 AM on January 30, 2012

As of last Friday, Jon Rubinstein, former CEO of Palm, no longer works for HP. In an interview with The Verge, Rubinstein said he's...

Type: News story Tags: Personal tech

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Woot offers TouchPad refurbs for $220 a piece
— 9:55 AM on January 27, 2012

The HP TouchPad must be having the most prolonged demise of any device ever, with each death throe sending additional units squirting into the market....

Type: News story Tags: Personal tech

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Steam apps for iOS and Android released
— 5:08 PM on January 26, 2012

Well, well. How about that? Steam sure seems to be getting a taste for new platforms. After venturing onto the Mac in mid-2010, Valve's game...

Type: News story Tags: Gaming Personal tech

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Google pushing Chromebooks for schools
— 6:00 AM on January 26, 2012

Apple wants to swarm classrooms with iPads and interactive textbooks. What about Google? Judging by a news story on CNet, the search giant...

Type: News story Tags: Mobile computing Personal tech

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Apple posts record numbers for the holiday quarter
— 4:57 PM on January 24, 2012

Apparently, there were lots of iPhones in Christmas stockings. Lots of iPads, too... and lots of Macs. Apple's results for the fiscal quarter ending December...

Type: News story Tags: Mac Personal tech

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Smartphones get ruggedized, hydrophobic
— 11:09 AM on January 24, 2012

These days, it's rare to see smartphones naked in the wild. Most are wrapped up in cases to protect against scratches and impacts, which...

Type: News story Tags: Personal tech

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XBMC takes bite out of Raspberry Pi
— 11:50 AM on January 23, 2012

XBMC is my software of choice for home-theater PCs. Raspberry is my favorite flavor of pie. What do these two things have in...

Type: News story Tags: Storage Personal tech

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Study: U.S. tablet ownership doubled since December
— 9:33 AM on January 23, 2012

To say there were a lot of tablets under Christmas trees last year would be an understatement. The Associated Press quotes a study by the...

Type: News story Tags: Mobile computing Personal tech

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Intel sets $54 billion revenue record
— 3:58 PM on January 19, 2012

Despite all the doom and gloom about the PC industry being destroyed by tablets, Intel had a record year. The company raked in $54...

Type: News story Tags: CPUs Chipsets

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First-gen Transformer to get a taste of Ice Cream Sandwich
— 5:13 PM on January 17, 2012

Asus released its Ice Cream Sandwich update for the Transformer Prime ahead of schedule last week, bringing the new tablet up to speed with...

Type: News story Tags: Personal tech

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EVGA doubles down on Sandy Bridge-E
— 12:58 PM on January 16, 2012

About a year and a half ago, EVGA showed us its first dual-socket motherboard at the Computex show in Taipei, Taiwan. The Classified...

Type: News story Tags: Motherboards

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AMD fights thunder with lightning
— 6:00 AM on January 16, 2012

Thunderbolt is about to get some competition. At CES last week, AMD showed us a little something it's been working on: a competing high-speed interface...

Type: News story Tags: Motherboards Displays Mobile computing

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7-series chipsets go Mini-ITX
— 2:42 PM on January 13, 2012

Big motherboard makers weren't the only ones with 7-series motherboards on display at CES. While visiting Zotac's suite at the show, we came across three...

Type: News story Tags: Motherboards

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Razer's 'Project Fiona' brings PC gaming to a tablet format
— 11:44 PM on January 12, 2012

CES — The folks at Razer were grabbing attention again at this year's CES with an intriguing mock-up, displayed under plexiglass, of a tablet gaming...

Type: News story Tags: Mobile computing Personal tech

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