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Newest Intel Core i5, i7 processors deliver up to 20% performance improvement

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Consumer Reports has been playing around with computers using Intel’s newest generation of Core i5 and i7 processors and has determined that they deliver the goods. After testing out several i5 or i7-based laptops, the popular buying guide found that the processors boosted performance for certain tasks by as...
Newest Intel Core i5, i7 processors deliver up to 20% performance improvement
This is what the new iPhone's Nano SIM tray looks like

New iPhone (iPhone 5,1) coming fall 2012 with LTE, similar sized screen

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While Apple has only just released the new iPad, iMore has already started to hear more about the next generation iPhone (iPhone 5,1). We previously reported that Apple was working to reduce the size of the traditional 30-pin dock connector to something closer akin to a micro-dock so there’d...
New iPhone (iPhone 5,1) coming fall 2012 with LTE, similar sized screen

Dublin Web Summit's Paddy Cosgrave on missed opportunities and the benefits of small meetups

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Paddy Cosgrave is no stranger to the tech conference scene.  The driving force behind the Dublin Web Summit, he and his team are gearing up for another massive event this coming October.  While the event itself is a year long preparation, Paddy has recently been spotted making appearances at much smaller,...
Dublin Web Summit's Paddy Cosgrave on missed opportunities and the benefits of small meetups
On The Verge, Episode 005: Tony Fadell and Chris Grant

Eye-Popping Images Of Amazon's New Kindle Gadgets (GOOG, AMZN)

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Amazon just unveiled a completely new 9-inch tablet, the Kindle Fire HD, that looks like it could finally compete with Apple's iPad. And the device only costs around $300, if you don't want to pay for a wireless network connection. In addition, Amazon released a bunch of updates to its...
Eye-Popping Images Of Amazon's New Kindle Gadgets (GOOG, AMZN)
Amazon's Urban Biospheres Give New Meaning to 'Tech Bubble'

Learning From Los Gatos

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Learning From Los Gatos: Steven Johnson responding to a New Yorker column by George Packer: Sure, companies went public or sold for staggering sums, but companies have been going public or selling out for generations without creating tens of thousands of millionaires along the way. The defining difference between Silicon...
Learning From Los Gatos

ClamCase Pro makes your iPad look like a thick MacBook Air

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When we reviewed the original ClamCase, we found a few flaws that kept it from being a homerun: a cramped keyboard, a mediocre plastic build and a cumbersome power switch. It was decent, but it could have been better. The peripheral's makers seemed to agree -- the ClamCase Pro...
ClamCase Pro makes your iPad look like a thick MacBook Air

On the road: Toyota Rav4 Invincible 2.2 D-4D Auto

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'There's not much joy or fun involved. This is a sensible, grown-up, go-home-early kind of car'I met a couple of old friends for a drink the other evening. Not in a pub, but in more of a wine bar-y kind of place. We drank wine, in fact - not too...
On the road: Toyota Rav4 Invincible 2.2 D-4D Auto

When Memes Go Corporate: Creators Of Nyan Cat And Keyboard Cat Sue Warner Bros.

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Two of the most well known internet memes of the last decade are probably keyboard cat and Nyan cat. You may think they're silly, pointless or stupid, but there's no denying the incredible level of "memeness" each has reached. And yet, as many of you submitted, the creators of both...
When Memes Go Corporate: Creators Of Nyan Cat And Keyboard Cat Sue Warner Bros.

New Part Leaks Include Taller iPod Touch Front Panel, 'iPhone 5' Cameras

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In line with today's claims of taller iPhone prototypes with 3.95-inch displays, one of our sources has provided us with images of what are claimed to be new next-generation iOS device parts being carried by a supplier. The most significant of these parts is a claimed front panel from the...
New Part Leaks Include Taller iPod Touch Front Panel, 'iPhone 5' Cameras

Tony Fadell: Apple's Scott Forstall 'got what he deserved'

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The former Apple VP who built 18 generations of iPods and 3 of iPhones breaks silence FORTUNE -- We don't know what kind of legal agreement has prevented former Apple (AAPL) senior vice president Tony Fadell from speaking to the press about the circumstances that led to his departure in...
Tony Fadell: Apple's Scott Forstall 'got what he deserved'

2013 could be the best year for comet spotting in generations

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A comet set to pass by the Earth could be the brightest in memory, and it's not the only one coming for a visit next year. [Read more]...
2013 could be the best year for comet spotting in generations
Rakuten’s Kobo E-Reader to Hit Japan July 19, Priced at 7980 Yen (or $100)

Apple Wins Tenth Telephonic MacBook Patent with a few Twists

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The US Patent and Trademark Office officially published a series of twenty-two newly granted patents for Apple Inc. today. One of the main patents that Apple has won today relates to their tenth Telephonic MacBook patent. Apple's Telephonic MacBook will at minimum present users with the convenience of always-on service...
Apple Wins Tenth Telephonic MacBook Patent with a few Twists
Intel Vs. Intel: Its Atom CPUs Get Better... And Threaten Its Cash Cow

Eric Ries: "Entrepreneurs Should Build An Alternative to the Public Markets"

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The public market’s impact on Facebook has been “terrible” and entrepreneurs should build their own alternative, Eric Ries said at a tech event in Washington DC last night. Speaking to an audience of about 200 entrepreneurs, “The Lean Startup” author suggested that the dramatic drop in Facebook’s stock price has...
Eric Ries: "Entrepreneurs Should Build An Alternative to the Public Markets"
The impact of the tablet on digital design

Amazon Officially Announces The New Kindle Paperwhite: "Paperwhite" Display, Frontlighting, And 212 PPI

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There’s plenty to talk about here at Amazon’s Los Angeles press conference. The Kindle Fire 2 is obviously a hot topic of discussion, but lest you forget the product that started it all: The Kindle. As expected, new models of the E-Ink ereader have been officially announced, and one (the...
Amazon Officially Announces The New Kindle Paperwhite: "Paperwhite" Display, Frontlighting, And 212 PPI

Apple's iPhone 5 Integrated Touch Display Technology Comes to Light and it loudly Screams it's Coming to all Macs Eventually

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During Apple's iPhone-5 event in September 2012, Phil Schiller introduced Apple's new, highly advanced "Integrated Touch" display that was one of the upgrades that made the iPhone 5 so much lighter than previous generations. Today, Apple's In-Cell patent application has come to light. Yet perhaps the real story here is...
Apple's iPhone 5 Integrated Touch Display Technology Comes to Light and it loudly Screams it's Coming to all Macs Eventually

Reddit Co-Founder Takes To The Open Road To Support The Open Web

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Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian and GM Erik Martin are running a $40,000 Indiegogo campaign to fund a bus trip across part of the country (from Kentucky to Denver) in order to talk about the Open Web this political season. The trip aims to “host meetups, highlight candidates who support free...
Reddit Co-Founder Takes To The Open Road To Support The Open Web

Today's Scuttlebot: Kickstarter Report and a Singing App

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The technology reporters and editors of The New York Times scour the Web for important and peculiar items. Tuesday's selection includes researchers who say today's teenagers' have concerns like those of earlier generations, despite new technology, cities recruiting Apple Stores to move in and free Wi-Fi (sort of) from a...
Today's Scuttlebot: Kickstarter Report and a Singing App

Rumor: AT&T considers move to acquire European carrier

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American carrier AT&T is looking towards expanding into Europe, according to insiders. The telecommunications giant may be making a bid to buy a mobile phone network, with the likelihood that the company will upgrade older generations of technology and improve the slow rate of 4G rollouts, as well as moving...
Rumor: AT&T considers move to acquire European carrier
The DarwinTunes algorithm: from random to rhythm

NVIDIA GTX 670 spotted at Malaysian retailer: either it's fake or MSI has a small problem

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This surprise package has apparently escaped not only MSI's proof-readers, but also NVIDIA's strictly-controlled release schedule. If it's legit, it hints at more affordable Kepler cards just around the corner -- potentially around $150 less than a GTX 680, if previous GeForce generations are anything to go by. That...
NVIDIA GTX 670 spotted at Malaysian retailer: either it's fake or MSI has a small problem
Tomb Raider reboot: Lara Croft comes of age, from bow to gun (preview)
Leica M: hands-on photos, video and preview of the $7,000 rangefinder

Bluetooth-based Jawbone conveniently declares 'the dock is dead' following Apple's move to 9-pin adapters [Video]

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With the unveiling of Apple’s new Lightning connector and often necessary 30-pin adapters for the iPhone 5 and refreshed iPod lineup, it’s perhaps a perfect time for Jawbone to declare “The Dock Is Dead” in its latest ad for the Big Jambox wireless Bluetooth speaker. We’ve put previous generations of the...
Bluetooth-based Jawbone conveniently declares 'the dock is dead' following Apple's move to 9-pin adapters [Video]

It Costs Apple At Least $188 To Build The iPad Mini (AAPL)

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When Apple first announced the iPad mini last month, many were upset about the higher than expected price. The miniature tablet's cheapest version retails for $329. But when compared to similar devices from competitors Amazon and Google, it seems as if Apple customers are paying a premium. Today we discovered...
It Costs Apple At Least $188 To Build The iPad Mini (AAPL)
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