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How to know when it's time to replace your router

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How's your home network these days? Does it seem slower than usual, or just plain slow? Do you find that you don't get good coverage in all corners of your house? Do you intermittently lose your connection to your ISP? Any of these issues may be a sign that...
How to know when it's time to replace your router

Archos expands from low-cost Android tablets to low-cost Android phones

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Archos, a French company that has been building inexpensive tablets longer than most, is now entering the smartphone market. On Thursday, Archos announced a trio of Google Android smartphones with dual-SIM capability that it will sell at full price. But don’t expect to pay the $600 or more that a...
Archos expands from low-cost Android tablets to low-cost Android phones

Razer reveals reworked Blade gaming notebook, larger Blade Pro

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Razer has unveiled a pair of gaming notebooks that are both less than an inch thick. The updated Blade and the larger Blade Pro refine the design of the gaming peripheral producer's previous notebook, while also updating the internal components to include a fourth-generation Haswell processor from Intel, and moving...
Razer reveals reworked Blade gaming notebook, larger Blade Pro
Motorola unveils its first Intel Android smartphone, but the USA isn't invited to the x86 party
Leaked iPad 3 Components Reveal New Internals, But No New Design [Exclusive]

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?

The iPad mini Vs. the competition: fight!

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The traditional trail of inventory listings, leaked casings and internal components have teased us enough: it's finally time to get down to the nitty gritty specs, and see how Apple's latest (and daintiest) iPad shapes up to the competition. We've collected a trio of like-sized slabs to pit the...
The iPad mini Vs. the competition: fight!
Possible new MacBook Pro specs label surfaces: 2560 x 1600 display, USB 3.0 ports, thin as Air

Apple Rumor Patrol: The Truth About The Long-Promised iPad Mini

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We've heard rumors of a smaller iPad for a couple of years now. Steve Jobs himself once dismissed the idea, but he was famous for carefully controlling PR, and even making distracting statements. Now it appears the 7-inch iPad is finally on its way--and soon. Battery One of the more...
Apple Rumor Patrol: The Truth About The Long-Promised iPad Mini

Apple Stores Are Running Out Of iMacs At The Same Time (AAPL)

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Apple Stores around the country are seeing a shortage of 27-inch iMacs, reports Cult of Mac. Roughly half of the 249 US Apple Stores are out of stock of the computer. Most stores are indicating that it will be available again between September 4 and 7, with some saying it'll...
Apple Stores Are Running Out Of iMacs At The Same Time (AAPL)

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
Report: Apple Developing A Thinner And Cooler 9.7-inch Retina-Equipped iPad For A Q4 Release
The Verge is live from Computex 2013

Closeup Photos Show Clear Difference in Thickness Between iPhone 5 and 4S

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Parts and repair firm iResQ has been slowly building its own iPhone 5 as parts have been coming in, as shown in yesterday's photos revealing the battery installed into the rear shell alongside several other components such as the dock connector/headphone jack flex cable, external buttons flex cable, and the...
Closeup Photos Show Clear Difference in Thickness Between iPhone 5 and 4S
iFixit tears down Kindle Fire HD, finds completely new internals
HTC 'Tiara' and Samsung Ativ S Windows Phones arriving at Sprint this summer
Embedded SIMs: they're happening, and Apple thinks they could be in consumer products
New images of iPhone 5 logic board show A6 and LTE Qualcomm modem
Retina MacBook Pro Found To Meet EPEAT Standards Thanks To External Upgradeability Options
New report suggests iPhone 5 won't have NFC

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

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
iPhone 5 rumors will be a snoozefest this year

First iPhone 5 Teardown Surfaces Ahead of Official Launch

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The iPhone 5 does not officially launch until tomorrow, but a few units have been trickling out and German site iPhone-Garage has been able to obtain one of these units and perform an initial teardown of the device. While the teardown lacks the details and analysis that we will see...
First iPhone 5 Teardown Surfaces Ahead of Official Launch
Optimus Pro G: LG Release Also-Ran Android Phablet To The Wild

Hands on: ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity tablet

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ASUS brought several new tablets to Mobile World Congress to showcase alongside the company's Padfone. Electronista checked out the Transformer Pad 300 series tablet yesterday, and today we had a chance to try out the flagship Transformer Pad Infinity 700 series tablet. Both share a 10.1-inch display and similar external...
Hands on: ASUS Transformer Pad Infinity tablet

How cheap will a low-cost iPhone be? Maybe $99 to $149

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How low is Apple willing to go to increase its worldwide sales of iPhones? Anywhere between $99 to $149, according to a Wednesday report in Bloomberg. Though it had died down after causing a stir in early 2011, the “Apple is making a cheaper iPhone” story line is back again....
How cheap will a low-cost iPhone be? Maybe $99 to $149

Google Reportedly Preparing To Sell Self-Branded Chromebooks

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Google is committed to the Chromebook and a report out of China indicates a Google-branded model is on its way. If true, this is a smart move and would help the fledgling desktop platform gain traction. The sellout success of recent Nexus products shows Google finally knows how to do...
Google Reportedly Preparing To Sell Self-Branded Chromebooks
NVIDIA's Shield Mobile Gaming System Feels Like The Way Android Games Should Be Played

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?
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