Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet Review: Working With The Stylus

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Hardware-wise, the Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet is similar to other Honeycomb tablets on the surface — same CPU, RAM, display resolution, and basic functionality — which is why there’s so much intense interest in one of the features that makes it stand out: the stylus. This isn’t the first Android tablet to come with a pen, […]

Samsung Galaxy S II Sprint Epic 4G Touch Review (Video)

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The Epic 4G Touch is a second-generation Epic device on Sprint that’s based on Samsung’s Galaxy S II specs. In this review, we’ll explore to see if this Galaxy S II variant deserves an epic name, given that it had removed two favorite features of the device that it replaces–a keyboard and a dedicated camera […]

Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet Unboxing and First Impressions

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The Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet has finally landed. After many weeks of merely consoling myself with hands-on videos and product shots, I finally have the tablet in my hands. I’ll be putting the ThinkPad through its paces this weekend and have a review for you all as soon as possible. In the meantime, here are some […]

iOS 5 Release Date and What to Expect from iOS 5

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iOS 5 is the next mobile operating system for Apple’s iPhone, iPod and iPad devices. Announced this summer at WWDC, the software has been in beta testing for the past several months, and is due for a fall release, which we expect to come close to the iPhone 5 release date. (Read: 5 Things to […]

Some Thoughts on the Windows 8 Developer Preview

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There are some very interesting parallels between what Microsoft is now showing off with its Developer Preview of Windows 8 and Apple’s recently released OS X Lion. Those parallels point to what we’ll be experiencing in the future. Call it post PC, call it the next wave, call it whatever you want both companies are […]

Droid Bionic vs HTC Thunderbolt – Verizon Android Smartphone Face-Off

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With last week’s release of the Motorola Droid Bionic, Verizon Wireless gained a new (and much anticipated) superphone that takes advantage of the carrier’s speedy 4G LTE network. This 4.3-inch, dual-core powerhouse took its sweet time arriving, though many have already deemed it worth the wait. But is the Bionic the ‘droid you’re looking for? […]

Exclusive: AT&T Employees Begin iOS 5 Training

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An AT&T corporate retail store employee in the Northern California area had informed me that area employees are beginning their iOS 5 training this weekend, suggesting that the elusive iPhone 5 may be launching soon. According to recent chatter, the iPhone 5 is rumored to be made available for purchase in the early October time […]

Star Trek 45th Anniversary Technology Showdown

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Today is the 45th anniversary of the day the first episode of Star Trek aired on CBS NBC. Over four decades later Star Trek and the movies and shows it spawned are some of the most loved science fiction media properties in America, and perhaps the world. Today several sites have pointed out how many […]

Where to Get Your Droid Bionic If You’re On a Budget?

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While Verizon Wireless’s official $300 asking price for its flagship Droid Bionic smartphone is standard for a 4G LTE device, you can get more bang out of your buck if you shop around. We’re hearing some discounts at a number of reputable wireless dealers, including through Amazon, which is offering the phone for significantly less, […]

Verizon 4G LTE Smartphone Roundup: Which Device to Consider?

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With the imminent launch of the Motorola Droid Bionic on Verizon Wireless, users looking at fast mobile broadband data on the carrier’s 4G LTE network will have many choices. In this roundup, we’re going to take a look at the first generation of 4G LTE devices, including the Thunderbolt, Droid Charge, and LG Revolution, and […]

HP Kills webOS in a Slew of What’s Next Announcements

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Wham! Bam! Can you say changes? Looks like HP isn’t wasting anymore time with webOS after a lackluster start. In a slew of announcements in its quarterly earnings call HP says it will discontinue operations for webOS devices. It also said that it will look for ways to maximize the value of the webOS software […]

Google + Motorola, Will Webtop OS Pave the Way to an Android-Chromebook Dock?

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Google has already stated a number of things about its announced $12.5 billion acquisition of Motorola Mobility, including that Motorola wouldn’t be favored in making future Nexus products as well as other hardware partners in the ecosystem reacting positively to the announcement, but what we haven’t heard is how Motorola will add value to the […]

HP Elitebook 2760p Review: As a Tablet

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As a convertible notebook, the HP Elitebook 2760p faces the challenge of balancing its laptop and tablet functionality. At first glance, it appears to be a notebook first, tablet second. But upon closer inspection, I’ve found much attention was paid to the tablet experience. This post is one in a multi-post review of the HP […]