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The Best and Worst Features of Android 5.0 Lollipop

Lollipop is definitely the sweetest take on Android. Here’s what’s good and bad about it.

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The Nokia N1 Could be the Best Android Tablet Ever

Nokia isn’t allowed to make phones until 2016, but that hasn’t stopped them from creating their most innovative mobile device yet.

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Is HP’s OMEN Gaming Notebook the Next Best Thing to a Gaming PC?

HP’s new purpose-built gaming PC delivers an immersive experience that gamers expect, but can it replace your gaming PC?

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3 Chromebooks That Can Replace Your Laptop

Chromebook sales are on the rise and for good reason: They’re better than ever.

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Gift Guide: BitCrane Makes Bitcoin Mining Easy

It’s not too late to cash in on the Bitcoin craze and Newegg is here to help.

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3 Things You Need to Know About Google’s Nexus Program

After months of rumors, we finally get to see what Google has in store for the Nexus. And it’s awesome.

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Are Tablets the New PC?

Laptops already outsell desktops, but tablets may soon outsell both.

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What You Need to Know About Windows 10

Microsoft’s Windows 10 promises to be the best version of the world’s most popular operating system.

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Now’s Your Chance to Win a Custom PC Built by Newegg TV

There are many perks to building your own PC — most notably: customization. Instead of buying a computer with specs the manufacturer thinks you need, building it yourself guarantees you get exactly what you want. Whether you’re looking for dual-SSD’s, liquid cooling, or enough RAM to run high-end gaming graphics; a custom-built PC allows you […]

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Will Smartwatches Help Make Tablets the Next Great Gaming Platform?

Tablets have played a major role in the mobile ecosystem ever since the Apple iPad was released in 2010. But as smartphone screens got larger, the public’s interest in tablets also shrank. And now that tablet sales have been diminishing in recent months, manufacturers are trying to figure out ways to re-spark consumer’s interest in […]

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