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BlackBerry's new Q10 handset for those who crave a real keyboard
In which Ars is allowed to see--but not touch--an Ubuntu phone
Dual-ing impressions: Chatting about Torchlight II
Hands-on: Sony declares war on 1366×768 with new VAIO Fit laptops
Ars readers react: AMD's life in the ring
How much would you pay for a stylus? Samsung's Galaxy Note 8.0 reviewed
BlackBerry Q10 (the one with the keyboard) comes to Canada April 30th
New quad-core Snapdragon supports 55-megapixel images, Ultra HD

Seven apps Ars readers use to chase away the iOS default-app blues

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Last weekend the Ars staff got together and told you what apps we like to use on our iOS devices when Apple's tools let us down. As is usually the case, our recommendations didn't even scratch the surface, and all of you had even more recommendations to fix what...
Seven apps Ars readers use to chase away the iOS default-app blues

AMD tumbles further, ended 2012 with net loss of $1.18 billion

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On the same day AMD announced it snagged two new executives, it also announced its fourth-quarter earnings. And as anyone who’s followed the company in recent months has come to expect—the report hasn't been pretty. The company said Tuesday its annual revenue came in at $5.4 billion, down 17 percent...
AMD tumbles further, ended 2012 with net loss of $1.18 billion
Tim Cook confirms: Apple spending $100 million to build new Macs in Texas
Worldwide smartphone shipments outpace dumbphones for the first time

Review: The Hisense Sero 7 Pro is a Nexus 7 clone for $50 less

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The Hisense Sero 7 Pro (left) and the Nexus 7 (right): peas in a pod. Andrew Cunningham A few weeks ago we reviewed Hisense’s Sero 7 Lite, a new budget Android tablet that isn’t very good until you consider that it costs $99. The tablet that Hisense really wants...
Review: The Hisense Sero 7 Pro is a Nexus 7 clone for $50 less
Apple issues OS X 10.8.4 update, includes iMessage and FaceTime fixes

Liveblog: Samsung's Galaxy S IV launch event is March 14 at 7pm EST

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Samsung is set to announce the next iteration of its Galaxy S smartphone series, the Galaxy S IV, at an event on the evening of March 14 at Radio City Music Hall in New York. Ars reporters Casey Johnston and Andrew Cunningham will be in attendance, waiting, watching, and...
Liveblog: Samsung's Galaxy S IV launch event is March 14 at 7pm EST
Google to Android devs: make nicer tablet apps, pretty please?
PlayStation 4 design process began with software developers in 2007
Sony exec talks PS app store, PS3 game portability, AMD chips, and more
BlackBerry Z10 performance preview: Same Snapdragon, different OS
Good ideas, middling execution: the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 reviewed
Selling, coding, and playing the "world's largest videogame"
Ars Technicast Episode 24: Is it time to move into our Facebook Home?
How to install Ubuntu on Acer's $199 C7 Chromebook
Acer's $800, Ivy Bridge-toting Windows 8 tablet hits on October 26
Smaller and more focused: the Nvidia GPU Technology Conference in images
My kingdom for some apps: the ASUS VivoTab RT review
Ars Technicast, Episode 22--Tech horror stories
Google now offering stock Android 4.2 keyboard through Google Play
Review: BlackBerry 10 is better, much better, late than never

Apple's Decision To Make The New iMacs Super Thin Was A Mistake (AAPL)

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When Apple introduced the super thin iMacs we were impressed. But after reading Andrew Cunningham's review of a 21.5-inch iMac at Ars Technica, we're starting to think it was a mistake to make it so thin. (We saw the review via Marco Arment's site.) Cunningham points out that an iMac...
Apple's Decision To Make The New iMacs Super Thin Was A Mistake (AAPL)
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