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Amazon has dropped the price on SanDisk portable storage

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Cloud storage may be what everyone talks about these days, but USB flash drives and SD cards aren’t dead yet, not by a long shot. If you need to expand the storage on a tablet or keep some files on your keyring, A...

Eat your heart out, quad-cores, Intel just dropped a 22-core CPU on us. Boom

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Think your eight-core PC is cool? Not anymore. Intel is turning loose a 22-core monster of a CPU, dubbed the Xeon E5-2600 V4. The CPU’s 22 count is made up of Broadwell cores, which when combined with Hyper-Threadi...

4 ways to take better notes with Microsoft OneNote 2016

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OneNote has evolved over the years from a simple note-taking app to a sophisticated collaboration, organization, and project management tool. The recent OneNote 2016 update adds some polish to favorite features and br...

Intel Compute Stick (2016) review: Though improved, it still lacks mass appeal

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For $159, the Intel Compute Stick is a pretty good deal. You get a full license for Windows 10 Home and a PC that’s ready to go out of the box—just add a display, a mouse, and a keyboard to get started. And unlike Goo...

A Guiding Light Into The Future Of Marketing

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The Consumer Electronics Show is a feast to the eyes, but an overload of the senses. Separating the profound from the gimmicks and the trends from the distractions is vital but hard. For me, there is one just one ...

You can’t buy a 1TB Microsoft Surface Pro 4 in the UK

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The Microsoft Surface Pro 4 is now available to pre-order from the Microsoft online store, but you can't buy a 1TB model. That version is available in the US, but not in the UK. However, Microsoft has hinted it...

Tesla S autopilot features to arrive October 15th

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f you’ve been eagerly waiting for autopilot mode to arrive on the Tesla S, you have only a few more days to go. On Saturday, Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to Twitter to announce that version 7 of the company’s software pac...

Japan getting self-driving robot taxis next year

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The days of being bored stiff by a taxi driver could soon be over. That's because they could soon be driven by robots. Next year, Japan will trial self-driving taxis, courtesy of Robot Taxi. The firm will deplo...

Microsoft’s Office 365 reportedly being bundled into Samsung KNOX for Android

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Microsoft has always marketed its Office apps as a suite of productivity applications. Now, it appears that Samsung has seen the light as well. A report out of the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona says that Samsu...

Google Glass: Down but not out

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When Google said on Thursday it would end its Explorer program for Glass and stop selling the current version to consumers, a few premature obituaries were written for the head-worn device. True, Glass has struggle...

Microsoft to wind down sales of original Kinect for Windows in 2015

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Microsoft will stop selling the original Kinect for Windows in 2015 now that the second generation of the motion-based controller platform is available. In a blog post, Microsoft advised enterprises that need large...

Microsoft to detail ‘next chapter’ of Windows 10 on January 21

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At the end of September, Microsoft unveiled Windows 10 with an eye toward the business market and productivity. In January, Microsoft said it would detail the “next chapter” of Windows 10, revealing new features for c...

ARM technology in Apple’s A7, A8 chips gets an upgrade

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The processor architecture behind Apple’s A7 and A8 chips is getting an incremental upgrade. ARM, whose processor designs are used in most mobile devices, is adding features to its ARMv8.1-A architecture that could...

HTC Desire 620: Slick mid-range blower leaks out!

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HTC has been a little quiet recently, only springing out its snorkel-shaped Re camera and the selfie-centric Desire Eye smartphone recently, but it looks like the Taiwanese tech giant has a slick new blower on the...

Google Glass sequel wants to make you better at work

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While getting your hands on the original Google Glass is still difficult, the search giant is already hard at work on a fully-fledged, Intel-powered sequel, and it's meant to make you better at your job! Fancy don...

Apple faces trial in decade-old iTunes DRM lawsuit

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The past is coming back to haunt Apple, as a nearly 10-year-old class-action antitrust lawsuit accusing the company of trying to monopolize online music distribution is headed to trial. The Apple iPod iTunes antitr...

Leaked images reveal Android Lollipop running on Galaxy Note 4

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We loved the Galaxy Note 4, though its biggest drawback (as is often the case with Samsung devices) was the oppressive TouchWiz software. Samsung may be going for a softer touch on its phones with Lollipop, as indi...

Razer Nabu smartband incoming next month!

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Gaming accessory maker Razer announced earlier this year that it'll be jumping on the wearable wagon, and now its Nabu Smartband is finally on the way next month! Could this be your next wearable? Read on for all ...

Intel and McAfee plan to kill PC passwords with new biometric authentication

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Forget typing in passwords, Intel wants you to use your body to log into email and online bank accounts.McAfee software that will use biometric technology to authenticate users will be available for download by the en...

Intel will merge PC and mobile CPU groups, just as the devices themselves are converging

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Intel will combine its PC and mobile processor divisions under one roof, reflecting a changing market in which the line between tablets and laptops has blurred.The chip maker will form a new division at the start of n...

Watch Tony Hawk ride the world’s first real-life hoverboard

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When it comes to skateboarding, Tony Hawk is a god among men. And just in case you needed tangible proof of his divinity—what, landing a 900 isn’t enough?—Hendo Hover posted a video today of the legend riding on the w...

Facebook: You post it, we can see it, and that’s that

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Facebook lets its users control whether other people can see the information they post, but when it comes to controlling what Facebook itself gets to see, privacy-conscious users are out of luck. In fact, Facebook ...

The end of an era: Windows 7 consumer PCs halt production this Friday

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This year, Halloween will be scarier than usual for PC fans. Friday, October 31 is the final day that Microsoft will sell Windows 7 licenses to PC makers (OEMs in industry parlance), per Microsoft's lifecycle fact she...

New ARM Mali graphics processors bring 4K video to phones and tablets

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ARM, whose processors are used in most mobile devices today, is supercharging its latest Mali graphics technology to bring 4K graphics to tablets and smartphones, while also extending device battery life. It’s beco...

Microsoft opens up Office 365 APIs to other platforms, including Android

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There's nothing wrong with using more than one platform. That’s the message Microsoft is preaching as it opens up its vast library of Office 365 APIs to Windows, iOS, Android, and web developers. “Today, we’re enha...

Graphics card slugfest: AMD and Nvidia’s most powerful gaming hardware compared

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There’s never been a more glorious time to be a PC gamer. Once regarded as the red-headed stepchild of games, more and more titles have begun calling the PC home, thanks to the rise of Steam and the inclusion of AMD h...

Enter the Dragonfly Futurefon by idealfuture

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It seems the dragonfly has gone above and beyond what the team of dragonfly had expected of the campaign, the first early perks where gone within a day, yes a day. If you don’t understand why well maybe because it was...

CVS disables NFC terminals, stops accepting Apple Pay, Google Wallet

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On Saturday, CVS Pharmacy customers using Apple Pay reported that the retailer had joined Rite Aid in disabling its NFC credit terminals, according to MacRumors. CVS’s reasoning behind the end of NFC support is sim...

Why Ubuntu 14.10 Utopic Unicorn’s humble changes are the calm before the storm

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Ubuntu 14.10—or “Utopic Unicorn”—is now out. It’s a standard release of Ubuntu, not a long term support release like 14.04 “Trusty Tahir,” and at first glance Utopic isn’t the most exciting update. It doesn’t even hav...

Apple Pay tops Tim Cook’s to-do list in China

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Apple CEO Tim Cook says bringing the recently launched Apple Pay system to China is his top priority for doing business the country. Apple Pay launched on Monday in the U.S. and allows iPhone 6 users to make “tap-a...

Talk to your DVR: Xbox One TV Tuner on sale today!

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Microsoft’s next-gen console is fast approaching its first birthday, and continues to get better and better. After this month’s bumper software update, the Xbox One is getting another improvement for Brits too: th...

Are higher frequencies mobile’s next frontier? The FCC wants to know

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Some mobile researchers think future networks will reach into higher frequencies to keep up with traffic, and the FCC now wants to know how it might help to make that possible. Most of the world’s cellular networks...

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