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Spotlight: CRU-DataPort adds USB 3.0 removable storage enclosures to RTX lineup

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CRU-DataPort has announced the addition of USB 3.0 to its popular RTX family of removable storage enclosures. Designed to hold a single 3.5-inch SATA hard drive without the need for cumbersome trays or screws, the RTX100-3Q incorporates support for various high-speed interfaces such as USB 3.0 (compatible with USB 2.0),...
Spotlight: CRU-DataPort adds USB 3.0 removable storage enclosures to RTX lineup

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
Apple prepping updated Mac Pro with NVIDIA graphics, report claims
BodyMedia’s weight-loss gadget analyses your body temperature to keep you healthy

Basis Takes On Jawbone, Nike, Finally Launches Its Impressive $199 Health Tracking Band

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For Quantified Self devotees, data hounds and fitness enthusiasts, it’s a good time to be alive. Recent improvements in sensor technology, battery life and connectivity (and lower costs) have given rise to a slew of wearable gadgets and apps that make it easy to track and make sense of our...
Basis Takes On Jawbone, Nike, Finally Launches Its Impressive $199 Health Tracking Band

Habey's Pint Sized Atom PC Rocks the Embedded Landscape without Fans

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Habey USA's new BIS-6630 compact fanless embedded PC isn't quite small enough to inconspicuously jam into your pants pocket, though at just 7.5 inches (W) x 7.5 inches (L) x 2.5 inches (H), it's just the right size for digital signage applications, which is what it's intended for. It's built...
Habey's Pint Sized Atom PC Rocks the Embedded Landscape without Fans

13-Inch Retina MacBook Pro Coming in October?

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Four days before the 15-inch Retina MacBook Pro was introduced, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo released a report claiming that Apple would launch the machine alongside the then-current MacBook Pro line rather than as a direct replacement. Kuo's report turned out to be nearly exactly on point, as was the...
13-Inch Retina MacBook Pro Coming in October?

Basis fitness tracker finally goes on sale for $199, mobile apps still MIA

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Remember the Basis Band, that fitness-tracking wristband that was supposed to come out earlier this year? Well, the company obviously missed its target for an "early 2012" launch, but it's been busy refining the product and publishing intermittent blog posts to let people know how the device has been...
Basis fitness tracker finally goes on sale for $199, mobile apps still MIA

Open Compute Project: Can Facebook Help Save The World?

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Hardware generally doesn’t interest me too much, so when I heard about the Open Compute project I didn’t give it too much attention. Casually reading up on the subject a little more left me even less interested. Why should Facebook have to design their own hardware, I wondered? Wouldn’t hardware...
Open Compute Project: Can Facebook Help Save The World?

ET deals: Loaded Dell XPS 8500 PC with 27-inch LCD bundle

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While many people compute entirely from a laptop these days, there is still a large number of those who benefit greatly from using a traditional desktop. Laptops may be plenty powerful for the average user, but desktops/workstation can still offer faster performance for a lower price, thanks to greater overhead...
ET deals: Loaded Dell XPS 8500 PC with 27-inch LCD bundle

Apple's MacBook Air 13″: The perfect ultrabook (review)

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In the constant cycle of tablet and smartphone news, the seemingly minor upgrade to Apple’s MacBook Air barely made headlines. That’s not really surprising, especially after the announcement of the Retina ready MacBook Pro. A next generation Intel CPU and graphics processor, USB 3.0 ports, and more flash storage...
Apple's MacBook Air 13″: The perfect ultrabook (review)

Open-mesh PC case keeps heat, dust bunnies at bay

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If you haven't done it in a while, opening your PC case can be like a slasher flick -- you know you'll see something disgusting, but you're never sure what. Taiwan's YoungYear Electronics claims to stop the horror with its Green Mesh case, which has neither fans to suck...
Open-mesh PC case keeps heat, dust bunnies at bay
Sapphire Radeon HD 7950 Mac Pro Edition introduced at CeBIT

Not So Hot: New iPad Heat Levels Comparable to Android Tablets

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PCWorld Labs tests show heat dissipation is a universal tablet problem....
Not So Hot: New iPad Heat Levels Comparable to Android Tablets

Tweaked iPad and New 'iPad Mini' Said to Closely Follow Next-Generation iPhone Launch

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In addition to coverage of all-new iPod touch and iPod nano models in his report released earlier today, KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo also offered more predictions about Apple's iOS device plans for the September-October timeframe. According to Kuo, Apple is looking to launch the next-generation iPhone in September, perhaps...
Tweaked iPad and New 'iPad Mini' Said to Closely Follow Next-Generation iPhone Launch

Basis fitness tracker gets an Android app, to be available in Q1; iOS version still in the works

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We'll say this about Basis: no one can accuse it of rushing products to market. It was a whole year ago back at CES 2012 that the company first announced its fitness band, which only just went on sale six weeks ago. It's a pretty promising device, actually, with...
Basis fitness tracker gets an Android app, to be available in Q1; iOS version still in the works

Maingear reveals more heat-dissipating desktops, keeps those new Ivy Bridge internals cool

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Maingear gave us a quick nudge to say something was coming. Now it can reveal that -- alongside Intel's third-generation processors inside all of its desktops and laptops -- it's further updated two of its tower models. The F131 ($1,049), the middleweight option, now houses the same vertical heat-dissipating...
Maingear reveals more heat-dissipating desktops, keeps those new Ivy Bridge internals cool

Tweaked Full-Size iPad with Lightning Connector Coming Next Week

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In line with one of the theories explaining two dozen iPad part numbers that appeared earlier this week, 9to5Mac reports that half of those part numbers are indeed for a revised version of the third-generation full-size iPad. The revised iPads arriving at next Tuesday's media event will reportedly make the...
Tweaked Full-Size iPad with Lightning Connector Coming Next Week

Apple to Introduce Third MacBook Line with Retina Display at WWDC?

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KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo today issued a new report outlining his belief that Apple's thinner, Retina-equipped Mac notebook will arrive next week as a new model, referring to the machine simply as a "MacBook". Kuo believes that this MacBook will be offered alongside upgraded versions of the existing 13-inch...
Apple to Introduce Third MacBook Line with Retina Display at WWDC?

ET deals: Dell Inspiron 13z ultra-thin Core i3 Ivy Bridge laptop for $449

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The ultrabook phenomenon of 2012 has brought us a plethora of ultra-thin, ultra-light, speedy, and battery-friendly PCs. The downside is that becoming ultra-thin and ultra-light, while maintaining good performance and long battery life, just flat out costs more.The mSATA SSD cache or full-fledged SSD costs more than a traditional spinning HDD....
ET deals: Dell Inspiron 13z ultra-thin Core i3 Ivy Bridge laptop for $449
Following Fitbit's New Wristband, Basis Unveils First Android App, To Go Live In March; iOS To Follow
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