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Lenovo announces 2012 ThinkPad lineup, including Ivy Bridge and revamped keyboards
Motorola Photon Q 4G LTE review
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REVEALED: The Original 'Google Phone' From 2006 (GOOG)

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As part of Oracle's lawsuit against Google over Java, the company showed off details of Google's original smartphone concept from 2006. The Verge published the designs. The so-called "Google Phone" looks a lot like BlackBerrys at the time. Google reportedly pitched the phone to T-Mobile and said it would help...
REVEALED: The Original 'Google Phone' From 2006 (GOOG)
Good Deal: 50 percent off Razer gaming peripherals and 10 percent off the Blade
A look inside Leap Motion, the 3D gesture control that's like Kinect on steroids

Toshiba puts the final nail in the netbook coffin, as it discontinues its range in the US

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According to Liliputing, Toshiba is done with netbooks in the United States. The product variety, basement-priced micro-laptops that were exceptionally portable, sold millions of units, and helped certain brands grow in the public mind. However, the trend is over. Yes, over. What happened? Netbooks were squeezed from two directions: functional...
Toshiba puts the final nail in the netbook coffin, as it discontinues its range in the US

RIM patents trapezoidal BlackBerry keyboards for slanty-thumbed texters

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RIM is utterly devoted to the physical keyboard, but how do you deal with sausage-fingered emailers who can't pick out individual keys? Thanks to this newly-granted 2009 patent, the company has the solution -- a trapezoidal keyboard designed to offer easier access of type-weary thumbs and wider keys for...
RIM patents trapezoidal BlackBerry keyboards for slanty-thumbed texters

JAM with Chrome: Play music live with your friends online

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If you ever dreamed of playing in a band, now’s your chance to be a rock star. JAM with Chrome is an interactive web application that enables friends in different locations to play music together in the Chrome browser on their computers. No matter what your level of talent—from daydreaming...
JAM with Chrome: Play music live with your friends online

Ask Engadget: best sub-$150 mechanical keyboard?

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We know you've got questions, and if you're brave enough to ask the world for answers, here's the outlet to do so. This week's Ask Engadget inquiry is coming to us from Andrew, who wants to get a proper keyboard, for doing serious business on. If you're looking to...
Ask Engadget: best sub-$150 mechanical keyboard?

Acer President Wong: Consumers Are Still Confused by Windows 8

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Earlier today, Acer announced its not-so-surprising plans for a low-priced Android tablet, which AllThingsD’s Bonnie Cha covered in full here. But while sitting down with Acer President Jim Wong yesterday at CES, we discussed that other tablet maker. No, not Apple — Microsoft. Acer, in case you haven’t been following...
Acer President Wong: Consumers Are Still Confused by Windows 8

Matias Quiet Pro review: a mechanical keyboard with less clickety-clack

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Keyboards aren't always high on the list of considerations for folks buying a new computer or looking to upgrade an old one. Some may be more likely to splurge on a high-end monitor, or cram in as much RAM as possible. For this writer, though, the keyboard is one...
Matias Quiet Pro review: a mechanical keyboard with less clickety-clack

Microsoft slashes prices on Windows 8 hybrids and tablets

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Now's a good time to buy a Windows 8 tablet or hybrid for cheap, with Microsoft slashing prices on several PCs in its online store. The Microsoft Store's reduced prices apply to standalone tablets, hybrid PCs with detachable keyboards, and convertibles with built-in keyboards. And these are full Windows...
Microsoft slashes prices on Windows 8 hybrids and tablets

From Surface Keyboards To Teddy Bear Robots, Microsoft's Mad Scientist Develops The Art Of Innovation

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Stevie Bathiche's team of tinkerers occupies a niche between research and product development. Of his team's need for creative freedom, he says: "They have to feel like they can be wrong." "I think I have the best job in the company," says Stevie Bathiche, Distinguished Scientist of Windows Hardware...
From Surface Keyboards To Teddy Bear Robots, Microsoft's Mad Scientist Develops The Art Of Innovation

Fleksy predictive text beta software for Android wanted to write this post for us, will be demonstrated at CES 2013

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If touchscreen typing worked flawlessly, we wouldn't have Bluetooth keyboards to avoid it, or special software around to make it a little easier. Syntellia is one company working on a solution in the latter category -- a predictive text engine called Fleksy -- that makes some pretty bold claims....
Fleksy predictive text beta software for Android wanted to write this post for us, will be demonstrated at CES 2013

Online Polish Loses Some Of Its Polish

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If it is to be true to its name, the World Wide Web ought to reflect the planet's full cultural and linguistic diversity. Currently, though, many sites and tools remain optimized for English and its character set, although that's gradually changing as other countries with different languages and writing...
Online Polish Loses Some Of Its Polish
Apple expands Mac accessory line to over 4,700 US Radio Shacks
Staples is now selling Apple accessories including Apple TV, keyboards, Airports, Magic Mouse, and Smart Covers
Tim Cook: We have no religious issue with doing Android apps, but we won't do Chat heads on iOS

8 Reasons Microsoft's Surface Is Better Than The iPad (AAPL, MSFT)

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The Surface is here, ready to shake up the tablet space. Is it worth giving up your iPad for Microsoft's new tablet--or opting for one instead of the market leader, if you're a first-time buyer? This is just the beginning for the Surface line: Right now, you can buy a...
8 Reasons Microsoft's Surface Is Better Than The iPad (AAPL, MSFT)

Here’s every Windows 8 keyboard shortcut you will ever need

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Alright you Windows 8 fans, I suspect that most of you are not running the Consumer Preview on a tablet, which means that you likely installed it on a machine that has a physical keyboard. You are therefore in luck. Well, what I am about to show you works with...
Here’s every Windows 8 keyboard shortcut you will ever need

Lenovo refreshes its ThinkPad T, W, L and X lines with Ivy Bridge processors, slightly retooled keyboards

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Now that Intel's Ivy Bridge specifications are finally out of the bag, you may as well resign yourselves to a deluge of PC refreshes over the coming months. Today Lenovo's up at bat, unveiling a slew of products under its business-friendly ThinkPad brand. If you were looking for a...
Lenovo refreshes its ThinkPad T, W, L and X lines with Ivy Bridge processors, slightly retooled keyboards
Windows RT line-up starts taking shape, but questions remain

Dell Listening customers voting with fingertips, keyboards; NPR bringing life to old media http://bit.ly/a7fGGw

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Dell Listening customers voting with fingertips, keyboards; NPR bringing life to old media http://bit.ly/a7fGGw

Review: Das Keyboard's Professional Model S Quiet is a mechancial keyboard that won't annoy your coworkers

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Das Keyboard promotes the sound of their peripheral more than anything--their tagline is "The Mechanical Keyboard That Clicks." Now they're going after the market that craves the sweet benefits of a mechanical keyboard but can't stand the constant commotion that comes with it. Meet the Professional Model S Quiet:...
Review: Das Keyboard's Professional Model S Quiet is a mechancial keyboard that won't annoy your coworkers

Swiftkey talks Android success, iOS ambitions and enterprise expansion

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British startup looking to build on its popularity on the Google Play storeSwiftKey is one of the big British successes in the apps world, winning a global audience for its SwiftKey X Keyboard app, which replaces the native Android keyboard and uses natural language technology to predict what users will...
Swiftkey talks Android success, iOS ambitions and enterprise expansion

RIM CEO: We are not abanoning physical keyboards

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Research In Motion's CEO Thorsten Heins met with a roomful of reporters at the company's annual conference and clarified RIM's position on its physical keyboard. [Read more]...
RIM CEO: We are not abanoning physical keyboards

SwiftKey updates Android keyboard alternative to add multiple-word swiping and new languages

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Today SwiftKey released the fourth iteration of its predictive text keyboard replacement for Android, adding a Swype-esque Flow Through Space feature that processes multiple words in a single swipe. In short, once you settle into the new SwiftKey, your typing speed will go up. SwiftKey has had its continuous typing...
SwiftKey updates Android keyboard alternative to add multiple-word swiping and new languages

Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 review

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More Info Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 shipping this month for $1,099, ARM-powered Yoga 11 coming in December Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 13 review Microsoft Surface with Windows RT review Normally, when a company releases two laptops in different sizes (the MacBook Air, anyone?) we review just one: we assume you'll...
Lenovo IdeaPad Yoga 11 review

Spike physical keyboards for iPhone lets you type with ease

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SoloMatrix's Spike keyboards offer iPhone users a physical keypad. [Read more]...
Spike physical keyboards for iPhone lets you type with ease
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