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Leaked iPad 3 Components Reveal New Internals, But No New Design [Exclusive]
Report: Apple To Unveil An 8GB iPad 2 With The iPad 3, Begin Production On 7.85-inch iPad In 3Q12
iPad 3 design revealed as new wave of parts leak; Retina Display possibly pictured

Wild Berry Report: Chinese iPhones Smell Of Pineapple, Mango, And Apple

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Go plug in your iPhone, wait a few minutes and then take a big whiff over the headphone jack. Smell anything? Well, there are widespread reports in China that their phones smell like fruit. Seriously. Owners are stating that their Apple iPhones actually smell like apples. As M.I.C. Gadget...
Wild Berry Report: Chinese iPhones Smell Of Pineapple, Mango, And Apple
Apple’s next iPhone to launch in October according to Foxconn exec
Possible new MacBook Pro specs label surfaces: 2560 x 1600 display, USB 3.0 ports, thin as Air
Apple also working on MacBook Airs and iMacs with Retina Displays
New alleged iPad 3 case photos closely mirror iPad 2 design

iPad 3 Front Glass Reveals No Significant Changes: Round Home Button, Camera and Sensor Holes

www.macrumors.com
While a number of alleged iPad 3 parts have leaked in recent weeks, one piece that has so far remained unseen is the device's front panel. But now Apple.pro points to a posting (registration required) on Chinese microblogging site Sina weibo showing what is claimed to be the front glass...
iPad 3 Front Glass Reveals No Significant Changes: Round Home Button, Camera and Sensor Holes

Apple’s next iPhone to feature brand new design according to leak

www.bgr.com
After the flurry of rumors that swept blogs and the media ahead of Apple’s iPhone 4S unveiling last year, reports have slowed significantly as the world awaits Apple’s sixth-generation iPhone launch. The pace is likely to pick up as production nears, however, and a leaked part said to be...
Apple’s next iPhone to feature brand new design according to leak

HP Defends New Ultrabook Design Against Noted Similarities to Apple's MacBook Air

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With the introduction of its new ENVY Spectre XT Ultrabook today, HP is finding itself defending the lightweight notebook's design as observers have raised comparisons to Apple's MacBook Air. The issue was addressed directly in a Q&A session with HP design executive Stacy Wolff, with Engadget reporting on Wolff's response...
HP Defends New Ultrabook Design Against Noted Similarities to Apple's MacBook Air

Hands-On Video of Next-Generation 'iPhone 5' Enclosure

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Following the publication of high-resolution photos of what has been claimed to be the enclosure and a number of internal components for the next-generation iPhone, Macotakara posts a hands-on video of the same parts. The video gives a good idea of how the device would look in the user's...
Hands-On Video of Next-Generation 'iPhone 5' Enclosure

Nokia Lumia 900 teardown reveals mediocre hardware

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Nokia and Microsoft are betting big on the Lumia 900, hoping the device will help make a name for Windows Phone in the United States. The handset will be exclusively offered by AT&T for a mere $99.99 with a new two-year agreement on April 8th. TechRepublic on Tuesday cracked...
Nokia Lumia 900 teardown reveals mediocre hardware

Next MacBook Air Update to Focus on Retina Displays Too?

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With long-running rumors of ultra high-resolution "Retina" displays for Apple's next-generation MacBook Pro receiving a significant boost with reports from several sources surfacing yesterday and similar upgrades now being rumored for the iMac, fans of the MacBook Air have been awaiting word on when they might expect Apple's smallest Mac...
Next MacBook Air Update to Focus on Retina Displays Too?

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)
iPhone 5 will get thinner screen with in-cell tech, says WSJ

Enhanced Smart Cover with Rear Protection for iPad 3? Glass-Backed iPhone 5 in the Works?

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iLounge shares a few items of interest from a "repeatedly reliable source" addressing the possibility of a new Smart Cover-inspired case for the iPad 3 and Apple's work on a new glass-backed design for the iPhone 5 due later this year. The first claim addresses Apple's plans for protection of...
Enhanced Smart Cover with Rear Protection for iPad 3? Glass-Backed iPhone 5 in the Works?
Motorola ATRIX HD with LTE, Ice Cream Sandwich hits AT&T on July 15th for $99

iPad 3 may get a redesigned "Smart Cover" on Wednesday

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Apple may have redesigned the Smart Cover for the iPad 3 introduction expected on Wednesday. While the original Smart Cover connected to the side of an iPad 2 via magnets and covered only the front, a new rumor suggests that a new Smart Cover design will include a rear...
iPad 3 may get a redesigned "Smart Cover" on Wednesday

ExtremeTech’s guide to air cooling your PC

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The humble PC fan has been in active service for decades and remains the primary cooling method used in PCs to this day. Other methods exist, but are generally reserved for enthusiasts. Phase-change cooling is excellent but super expensive, and liquid cooling is all pumps, pipes, reservoirs, coupled with the...
ExtremeTech’s guide to air cooling your PC

Lytro camera teardown shows Wi-Fi, Bluetooth radios

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Lytro's infinite focus camera has been torn down by the FCC, revealing its internal components. Behind the 1.5-inch display hides a Marvell Avastar 88W8787 system-on-chip that contains both Bluetooth and Wi-Fi radios. This is interesting, as it indicates the camera has the hardware required to be controlled over a wireless...
Lytro camera teardown shows Wi-Fi, Bluetooth radios

Rumor: Samsung Galaxy S III thinner, to get 3D follow-up

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A new rumor has fueled speculation surrounding the Galaxy S III. The hardware will reportedly squeeze down to as little as 7mm (0.28in) thick by eking every amount of thinness from the internal components, ETNews claimed. The mainboard, chips, and connectors would all be about 10 to 20 percent thinner...
Rumor: Samsung Galaxy S III thinner, to get 3D follow-up
Report: Apple Developing A Thinner And Cooler 9.7-inch Retina-Equipped iPad For A Q4 Release
iPhone 5 rumors will be a snoozefest this year

Apple Rumor Patrol: New iPads And iPhones Coming Soon

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iPad 3 Arrival DateAccording to the usual wonderfully unreliable (and always anonymous) "sources," Apple may be poised to reveal the iPad 3 during an early March event, with in-store availability just a handful of days later. If you look at the booking information for the Yerba Buena center in San...
Apple Rumor Patrol: New iPads And iPhones Coming Soon
Embedded SIMs: they're happening, and Apple thinks they could be in consumer products

Google’s Nexus Q gets torn down, less interesting than you’d think

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We’re still not sure what Google hopes to accomplish with its $300 Nexus Q media streamer (honestly, I suspect even Google isn’t sure), but that’s not stopping the folks at iFixit from ripping Google’s  bowling ball apart. But if you were looking for some big revelation from the Q’s...
Google’s Nexus Q gets torn down, less interesting than you’d think

Hacking the Car: Next-Gen Vehicles at the Mercy of Cyber Attacks

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The shift to an increasingly digital transportation system brings with it one of the banes of the Internet: hacking. Computer scientists at the University of Washington and University of California, San Diego, have, in a new research paper, shown what kind of havoc a sophisticated hacker could wreak on vehicles...
Hacking the Car: Next-Gen Vehicles at the Mercy of Cyber Attacks

SGI Crams 2.37 Petabytes Into One 19-inch Rack

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The "G" in its name used to stand for "Graphics." A few decades ago, the most delightful room for one to be in during a computer conference was the one where Silicon Graphics was showing a demo. It was like one of those dreams where you knew you weren't really...
SGI Crams 2.37 Petabytes Into One 19-inch Rack

Nokia wants patent on self-regenerating phone batteries, piezoelectrics and much magic involved

www.engadget.com
In Nokia's own words, what we're looking at is a "piezoelectric kinetic energy harvester." Working along the same principles as kinetic wristwatches have done for a long, long time already, Nokia's idea is to capture the energy generated by the phone's movements and to harness it into beautiful, clean-as-a-whistle...
Nokia wants patent on self-regenerating phone batteries, piezoelectrics and much magic involved
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