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Laptops Reviewed With Your Needs In Mind

If you’re in the market for a laptop like I am, you might be a bit confused by all the numbers and statistics associated with laptops. What you really want to know is what the purposes the laptops were designed for and if they are a good fit for your needs. With that in mind,… Read More »

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Nissan launches smartwatch for drivers

Wearable technology is fast becoming the next big thing with tech giants such as Samsung, Sony, and Apple clamoring for a share of this new market segment. Not to be left behind, the auto industry is quickly embracing the niche market with promises to offer consumers so much more. Imagine if you could heat up… Read More »

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Chromebooks: What Are They And Should You Buy One?

Chromebooks were launched in May 2011 by software giant Google as a new personal computer running Chrome OS as its operating system. In essence, a Chromebook is like all of your favourite Google web applications in one bundle, with optimal Internet browsing on Chrome and all of your files saved onto Google Drive. As a… Read More »

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Samsung Unveils Galaxy Note III

On Wednesday, Samsung launched its third iteration of the Note – the Glaxy Note III during this year’s IFA held in Berlin. The Note III features a full HD, super AMOLED and 5.7-inches (up from 5.5 inches) across with 1,920×1080 resolution, a 1.9GHz quad-core processor, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB or 64GB of internal storage…. Read More »

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Samsung launch their smartwatch

Samsung Electronics unveiled its first smartwatch at the IFA expo in Berlin leaping ahead of its main competitors. The South Korean company’s Galaxy Gear smartwatch works as a “companion” to a Samsung smartphone, allowing users to check their emails, receive texts, listen to music and take pictures. It will go on sale in 149 countries… Read More »

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Samsung Galaxy Grand Quattro vs Samsung Galaxy Grand

Samsung Galaxy Grand has made quite a few waves since its launch. It had in its share, the comparison with the likes of Galaxy SIII and Galaxy Note II. The philosophy behind the device has been to bring the large screens in the midrange smartphones, so that people can enjoy the real estate freedom of… Read More »

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LG G Pad 8.3 render leaked

Thanks to a video teaser released by LG on Monday, the rumored LG G Pad is now official. Titled “Just Right For You”, the teaser promises to bring you a slate that’ll be best suited to your needs. Not much is known about the LG G Pad 8.3 except the display size which is said… Read More »

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The Best Laptops for School

“The future of American education undoubtedly includes a laptop on every desk and universal Internet access in every home,” U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan announced in March 2012. As children get back into the swing of another school year, parents are searching for the best laptop to suit educational needs. For non-technical buyers who don’t… Read More »

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Firefox OS smartphone to launch in the UK

Earlier in the year, Mozilla, the non-profit organisation behind the open-source Firefox web browser announced it would be developing a mobile operating system. Originally, the company had stated that the low-end device – targeting emerging markets – would not be reaching the UK until some time next year. But now it seems the phone will… Read More »

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