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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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HTC Wants You to Switch to a Windows Phone

The HTC One (M8) is now available in a Windows Phone edition and many people are wondering why. The reason may be simpler than you think.

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The U.S.A. Loves Smartphones, But Only If They’re Expensive

Nearly 60% of American adults own a smartphone and it’s estimated that 220 million people will be embracing the technology within the next four years. And while there are many manufacturers to choose from when purchasing a smartphone, Americans have made it clear which brand they prefer: Apple. When comScore presented their U.S. smartphone subscriber […]

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Wireless Charging is Finally Coming to Vehicles, What Took so Long?

The Powermat is coming to GM. When I bought my first car in 2004, the first accessory I installed in my VW was an iPod adapter kit. The iPod was still in its infancy and not many people listened to them in cars, but being a huge music fan meant that I took advantage of […]

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The Battery of the Future is Almost Here

Li-ion batteries may soon be replaced by pure lithium, greatly increasing our devices’ potential. Portable electronics are very convenient except for one thing: Their battery life is horrible. No matter what the capacity of their battery is, they all require frequent recharging throughout the day and have a limited lifespan that lasts between 400 to 1200 […]

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Are We Losing Interest in Tablets?

The teleautograph is considered by many to be the first tablet. Tablet computers were first conceptualized in the late 1800’s when inventor Elisha Gray created the telautograph. His creation was a precursor to the modern fax machine and was the first device that transmitted handwriting to a stationary sheet of paper. For the first time […]

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Intel Foresees a Future Without PC Cables

Now in its 34th year, Computex has become one of the largest and most popular computer expos for technology fans around the world. Over 130,000 visitors and 1,700 exhibitors make the annual trip to Taipei to catch up on the latest news, get a sneak peek at upcoming gadgets, and watch keynote presentations from all […]

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Google Launches Android Wear, Enters Wearables Market

After much speculation, Google has finally announced they are entering the wearables market. The announcement was made official on the Google Blog where they described how they plan to use this technology to help people live their lives. Whether in your car, pocket or wrist, Android will soon be on the many screens you use […]

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PonoMusic Raises $3 Million, Surpasses $800,000 Kickstarter Goal

There was a time not too long ago when the only way to listen to music was through a stereo. There was no such thing as playing your favorite tunes at your own convenience. And although the advent of MP3 technology fixed this problem, it was at the sacrifice of quality. MP3 files typically have […]

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Aorus Launch Event at the Newegg Hybrid Center

On February 27, Newegg celebrated the launch of the AORUS 17.3” SLI Gaming Laptop X7 at the Los Angeles-based Newegg Hybrid Center. In the competitive market of mobile gaming, the X7 distinguishes itself as being the “thinnest, lightest” high-performance laptop on the market. It will also be sold exclusively through Newegg.com. To mark the occasion, […]

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