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Logitech's Ultrathin Keyboard Cover mini brings tactile typing to the iPad mini for $80

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It was inevitable that Logitech would expand its Ultrathin iPad keyboard cover lineup to include an offering fit for the iPad mini, and the time has finally arrived. Priced 20 bucks less than it's full-sized counterpart, the $79.99 Ultrathin Keyboard mini brings tactile typing and some added protection to...
Logitech's Ultrathin Keyboard Cover mini brings tactile typing to the iPad mini for $80

This iPad Is Too Hot, This iPad Is Too Cold

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While some people say the new iPad runs too hot, at least one person is pleased to see things heat up a bit. DisplayMate chief Ray Soneira said that his biggest temperature issue with past iPads is the fact the aluminum-backed device is cool to the touch and sometime downright...
This iPad Is Too Hot, This iPad Is Too Cold

Toshiba outs aluminum Satellite P800, S800 with Ivy Bridge

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Toshiba has brought out two new performance laptops alongside today's earlier affordable notebook announcement. The Satellite P800 series will be powered by Intel's Ivy Bridge processors and NVIDIA GeForce 630M discrete graphics, while the Satellite S800 series will have the choice of Ivy Bridge or AMD's most recent notebook processors...
Toshiba outs aluminum Satellite P800, S800 with Ivy Bridge

ReCycle bicycles made from all-recycled aluminum

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The next time you recycle an empty six-pack of energy drink cans, it may end up in the frame of a ReCycle bike. [Read more]...
ReCycle bicycles made from all-recycled aluminum
Apple and Foxconn respond to ABC’s iPad factory expose

UH OH: Looks Like The Pretty New iPhone Scratches Easily (AAPL)

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Don't put your keys in the same pocket as your iPhone 5. Apple replaced the glass back of the iPhone 4/4s with a aluminum one for the iPhone 5, which goes on sale today. One reason Apple did this was that the glass was too easily shattered and scratched. But...
UH OH: Looks Like The Pretty New iPhone Scratches Easily (AAPL)

ZTE V96 hands-on at CTIA 2012

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One of ZTE's latest tablets, the V96, was announced at Barcelona for MWC but never made any official appearances at the show. Fortunately we found the new device hiding in the manufacturer's booth at CTIA 2012. The Ice Cream Sandwich device runs a Qualcomm 1.7GHz MSM8960 dual-core Krait processor...
ZTE V96 hands-on at CTIA 2012

Leica Mini M camera pictured ahead of June 11th launch

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There's a mysterious new Leica coming next month, and now we know what it looks like. The German camera maker teased its new model, dubbed the Mini M, with an image of a generic black box posted last week. It looks like a French iPad app spilled the beans...
Leica Mini M camera pictured ahead of June 11th launch
Nvidia GeForce GTX 690 announced: two Kepler GPUs on one card

First impressions of Dell’s XPS 13 – A defining piece of hardware for the Ultrabook segment

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Every time that a new laptop lands on my doorstep, I’m faced with the fact that I’m going to have to give up my beloved MacBook Pro for a testing period with the new device. Generally speaking this is a slight feeling of dread, but Dell’s promises with the XPS...
First impressions of Dell’s XPS 13 – A defining piece of hardware for the Ultrabook segment
How does the Nokia Lumia 925 stack up against its high-end competition?
iPhone 5 photos leak before Apple event

Asus reveals the GX1000, first mouse for 'hardcore' gamers

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Asus has taken the wraps off its first ëhardcore' gaming mouse, the Republic of Gamers GX1000. The new mouse is clad in aluminum and incorporates a wide range of programmable functions to help ensure optimal gaming control, while its shape is also designed to reduce fatigue during long sessions. Users...
Asus reveals the GX1000, first mouse for 'hardcore' gamers
Acer Goes To A Whole New Level Of Crazy With The Aspire R7
OWC's Aurora Envoy bundles give MacBook Airs a storage upgrade, repurpose old drives
Fly Or Die: HTC Titan II

iPad stands you can use with Square Register

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The new Register point-of-sale app from Square promises to replace old, clunky point-of-sale (POS) cash registers in stores with something sleek, modern, efficient and easy, that you can run on your iPad. The problem then is what sort of case or stand to use to not only display your iPad, but...
iPad stands you can use with Square Register

You Can't Buy The Best Bumper Case For Your iPhone 5 -- Yet (AAPL)

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Kickstarter has birthed a number of different Apple cases and accessories with varying degrees of success, but a new aluminum iPhone bumper project is already successfully funded and there are still 40 days to go. It's called the AL13. You no doubt remember the plastic iPhone bumpers that Apple gave...
You Can't Buy The Best Bumper Case For Your iPhone 5 -- Yet (AAPL)
GRUBER: The iPhone 5 Is 'Almost Weirdly Light' (AAPL)

Even SNL makes fun of techies complaining about the iPhone 5

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Saturday Night Live took a shot at Silicon Valley yesterday when it set up a sketch involving “reporters” from Cnet, Wired, and Gizmodo, all complaining about features on the iPhone 5. The sketch takes place on a tech television, and “traps” the reporters who are complaining about the iPhone 5...
Even SNL makes fun of techies complaining about the iPhone 5

Twelve South HiRise takes iMacs and Apple displays to new heights, tidies up in the process

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Many of those who buy iMacs and Apple-designed displays are eager to avoid clutter in the first place, which makes an organizer all the more logical for those who'd like Desk Zero almost as much as Inbox Zero. Accessory maker Twelve South's newly available HiRise aims to clean it...
Twelve South HiRise takes iMacs and Apple displays to new heights, tidies up in the process
HTC One S Review: I Give It A Fly

Why is there a hole burned in the aluminum helideck? | Citizens for Legitimate Government

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Why is there a hole burned in the aluminum helideck? | Citizens for Legitimate Government

An iPhone Lover’s (Initial) Thoughts On iPhone 4

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This morning, my colleague Jason Kincaid wrote a very good and very level-headed post about the new iPhone (and the new iOS 4 software) from the perspective of an Android user. I’m going to come at it from the other angle. Recently, I’ve written my takes on both the...
An iPhone Lover’s (Initial) Thoughts On iPhone 4
Leaked photos show completely redesigned next-generation iPhone

DailyDirt: Unobtainium Will Save Us!

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Some folks are worried about Peak Oil. Others are worried about "Peak Helium" when most of the Earth's resources of the lightweight element have vanished into space. There are also all kinds of metals that are getting harder and harder to find. Where will we be able to replenish precious,...
DailyDirt: Unobtainium Will Save Us!

Switched On: Moving forward with leaning back

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Each week Ross Rubin contributes Switched On, a column about consumer technology. Just a few months have passed between the introduction of the Droid DNA and the new HTC One, but it seems that HTC has been turned upside down in that time. While the Droid DNA was introduced...
Switched On: Moving forward with leaning back
Sony's Xperia SX and GX hitting Japan next week

Why the iPhone 5 Does Not Have N.F.C. -- It Can't

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Apple's iPhone 5 got bigger than its predecessor, and some wonder why the company didn't make room for a technology called near-field communications (N.F.C.), which enables devices to exchange information wirelessly over very short distances. It appears that Apple chose beauty over added functions with its aluminum-and-glass phone....
Why the iPhone 5 Does Not Have N.F.C. -- It Can't

Use of aluminum unibody slowing iPhone 5 production

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Appleís decision to use an aluminum unibody chassis for the iPhone 5 is causing supply constraints, reports Bloomberg. Apple chose the material for its light weight and resistance to cracking, it is also softer than the Gorilla glass used on the back of the iPhone 4 and 4S. This is...
Use of aluminum unibody slowing iPhone 5 production
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