Dell Venue 8 7000 Review

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The Dell Venue 8 7000 is a beautiful Android tablet with a gorgeous screen and great design that delivers a number of handy features to users for just $399. Dell truly delivers a compelling tablet that is impressive for the price, but Android, the operating system on it, still holds the tablet back in some areas […]

New MacBook Air Could Ditch Intel for Apple CPUs

You can buy a new MacBook for as low as $899, and even cheaper when buying used.

While the rumored 2015 MacBook Air is most likely getting Intel’s new Broadwell processors, future MacBook Air models could be equipped with Apple’s own A-series processors that are currently in the iPhone and iPad. It’s been rumored for years that Apple would eventually make a move to its A-series chips in MacBooks, but a new […]

Intel Compute Stick is Startlingly Small

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At the CES 2015 technology show in Las Vegas, Intel didn’t just push its hardware partners to think differently about what their devices can look like. The company made famous for processors also introduced the Intel Compute Stick, a Windows 8.1 PC the size of a USB flash drive and joined the ranks of device […]

Lenovo Debuts 64-bit Smartphones & Selfie Flash at CES 2015

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We’re here live at CES 2015 in Las Vegas to kick off the new year full of impressive smartphones, wearable gadgets, TVs, and electronics of every shape and size, and this year Lenovo has a lot planned in multiple categories. This afternoon Lenovo, who recently acquired Motorola from Google, has announced a slew of new […]

LaVie Z Ultrabooks: Insanely Light Notebook & Convertible

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Lenovo and NEC joined forces to deliver the Lenovo LaVie Z Ultrabooks, two incredibly thin and light Ultrabooks that offer a standard notebook option and a convertible notebook option that goes from laptop to tablet thanks to a swiveling hinge like on the Lenovo Yoga 3 Pro and other Yoga notebooks. The two new Ultrabooks […]

5th Gen Intel Core Processors Boost Battery Life & Power

Intel announced a new processor that delivers better performance and battery life.

If you buy a new notebook in 2015, Intel is ready to deliver the power you need, better battery life and new ways to control your computer with your voice, with motion like you’ve seen Big Bang Star Jim Parsons show on TV. The new 5th Gen Intel Core processor focuses on delivering improvements in three […]

Google Glass 2 Release Rumored for Next Year

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It has been a rocky road for Google’s experimental Google Glass wearable technology, but we’re finally starting to hear some good news regarding its future this afternoon. After being released last year to a select few, Google’s glasses faced quite the uproar over privacy concerns, and many other things, but a newer version with improvements […]

New MacBook Rumors Heat Up with Launch of New CPUs

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While we probably won’t see any new MacBook models for the remainder of the year, Apple is set up to deliver quite the upgrade for new MacBooks come next year, as Intel has launched its new Broadwell Core M processors meant for ultrathin laptops. It’s rumored that Apple has been busy testing out these new […]

You Won’t Believe What the iPhone 6 Headphones Might Do

Like Apple's iPhone 6 headphones, these normal looking headphones can track biometric info like a heart rate.

By this point it is clear Apple is working on a new iPhone for 2014 that many call an iPhone 6. We’ve brought you many iPhone 6 concepts and several alleged iPhone 6 videos that show how thin this new phone might be. Now we’re back with something really cool — iPhone 6 headphones that […]

Nexus 8 With 64-bit Android Rumored for July

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Rumors of Google releasing a Nexus 8 have been swirling since last November when a mysterious tablet appeared on Google’s own site, not to mention various reports and rumors that an LG Nexus 8 was coming soon. While we’ve yet to hear or see any concrete details, a new rumor from AndroidPit claims Google will […]

Mobile NVIDIA Tegra K1 Outperforms Intel’s PC-Class Haswell Graphics

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NVIDIA stunned the mobile world last week at the Consumer Electronics Show by announcing its 192-core Tegra K1 mobile processor that’s based on ARM Holdings’ ARM Cortex A15 architecture coupled with Keplar graphics designed for mobile computing. Just how good is the NVIDIA Tegra K1? For starters, it won the Gotta Be Mobile Best of CES […]

Intel Edison Is How Your Baby Stays Wired

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With the Intel Edison, a new bite-sized computer, even smaller devices could connect to the internet and usher in a new wave of seamless web-based products. Announced at the Consumer Electronics Show, Intel Edison isn’t just some processor that’s about the size of an SD card. Instead, Intel Edison is a completely encapsulated dual-core processor […]

Intel Chips to Be Conflict Mineral Free in 2014

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Nothing is easy when it comes to creating the computers and mobile devices we all use and love and the chips that power them. Most consumers don’t think about the variety of materials that go into creating the experience they enjoy when they sit down to a keyboard or reach for their smartphone to get […]

Intel RealSense Powered Scholastic Books Could Put Kinect in Time Out

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The overall vision for Intel’s RealSense technology may have been the most talked about news from the company’s press release this afternoon, however it’s the company’s partnership with publisher Scholastic that could have the most impact on users with children. That’s because it manages to best the most popular gestured-based kid’s product to-date: Microsoft’s own […]

Upgraded Nuance Dragon Assistant Software Brings Siri To The PC

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Intel and Nuance are hoping that users are ready to talk to their Windows-powered desktops, notebooks and tablets. Both companies are introducing an upgraded version of the Dragon Assistant software that includes support for controlling apps, music playback and more. Announced this afternoon at Intel’s press event, the two companies are hoping that the upgraded […]

Intel Announces RealSense 3D Camera for Computers and Tablets

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As webcams become more and more useful, companies are looking for ways to improve it in desktops, laptops and tablets. Intel thinks they can lead the way with a new RealSense 3D Camera that Intel claims is “the world’s first integrated 3D depth and 2D camera module that helps devices ‘see’ depth much like the […]

Toshiba KIRAbook Updated with Intel Haswell and Lower Price

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The Toshiba KIRAbook was first introduced last year back in April, and the company has decided that it’s time for a refresh not a single year after its release. Toshiba has intro’d an updated version of the MacBook Air clone, equipping it with the latest Intel Haswell processor and a slightly-lower price tag. The updated […]

Intel Oculus Robot Tests Touch Screens with Cut the Rope

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Touch screens can be amazing things on Tablets and smartphones. They let us interact with our devices to control apps, play games, and more. When they work well it’s as if the device disappears and we’re working intimately with whatever we choose to have on the screen. When they don’t, well, they don’t. Ever wonder […]

MobileDemand: Why the iPad May Not Be the Right Tablet for Your Work

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With the iPad taking over businesses large and small–American Airlines is equipping its pilots with Apple’s tablets and Nordstrom department stores have replaced bulky cash registers in favor of iPads for point-of-sales terminals–it’s hard to imagine a world without consumer-grade tablets. However, if you’re running a business, especially a mobile business where employees are frequently […]

Intel Opening Special Pop-Up Stores for the Holidays

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Intel has announced that it will be opening up several temporary retail stores during the holiday season. The so-called “experience” pop-up stores will begin to open up this month, with the first one opening in New York on November 23. More locations will open following that date, but the locations haven’t been disclosed yet. The pop-up […]