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The dream of the Courier lives on, but it’s still a dream

By Devin Coldewey Oh yes, young feller, that there Yoga Book sure is something. But why don’t you just set a while an’ listen to the stories of an old blogger. ‘Twas back in the old days — before the millennials took over. That’d be 2009 or so. Longer than most remember these days. Let…


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Hands-on review: Getac S410

By Kane Fulton If there was a fashion competition for laptops, the Getac S410 wouldn’t win it. And that’s fine, because this chunky system is a semi-rugged model designed to be used by field operatives based out in the great outdoors who need a device that’s reliable, solid and won’t weigh them down. Too much,…


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Hands-on review: Getac S410

By Kane Fulton If there was a fashion competition for laptops, the Getac S410 wouldn’t win it. And that’s fine, because this chunky system is a semi-rugged model designed to be used by field operatives based out in the great outdoors who need a device that’s reliable, solid and won’t weigh them down. Too much,…


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HSN’s first pitch-off competition goes in search of the next big consumer product

By Sarah Perez HSN is looking for the next big American consumer product. Today, 100 makers and entrepreneurs from around the U.S. will pitch their products for a chance to win airtime on HSN, a listing on HSN.com, a piece in Good Housekeeping magazine and its “Seal of Approval,” following testing. The products will come…


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Qrates lets you press your hot beats onto vinyl

By John Biggs Hello, fellow young people! I, like you, love vinyl. It offers richer, more realistic (pet) sounds and it is great for lugging from squat house to squat house and for sharing on a portable record player while you enjoy some fine beverages on the front stoop of your Williamsburg duplex. But how…


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Lenovo’s latest convertible tablet brings a drawing pad into the fold

By Brian Heater If nothing else, Lenovo has certainly demonstrated that it’s not afraid to experiment with form factor. The company’s Yoga line has offered some of the most interesting takes we’ve seen on the tablet space. They been met with a varying degree of success, sure, but the company always seems game to try…


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Hands-on review: IFA 2016: Lenovo Yoga Book

By Joe Osborne If Apple, Microsoft and their lot are the Thomas Edisons of the computing industry, then Lenovo has become the Nikola Tesla. Whereas the de facto founders of Silicon Valley established (and consistently update) the status quo for computing, Lenovo has constantly questioned and toyed with just what computing is since it bought…


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Hands-on review: IFA 2016: Lenovo Yoga 910

By Kevin Lee After sticking with the same design for two years, Lenovo is giving the Yoga 900 a dramatic makeover and it’s fair to say the Yoga 910 is completely different 2-in-1 laptop. Lenovo has tweaked or completely changed every element of its flagship convertible with everything including a slimmer chassis, larger 13.9-inch UHD…


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Hands-on review: IFA 2016: Lenovo Yoga Book

By Joe Osborne If Apple, Microsoft and their lot are the Thomas Edisons of the computing industry, then Lenovo has become the Nikola Tesla. Whereas the de facto founders of Silicon Valley established (and consistently update) the status quo for computing, Lenovo has constantly questioned and toyed with just what computing is since it bought…


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Hands-on review: IFA 2016: Lenovo Yoga 910

By Kevin Lee After sticking with the same design for two years, Lenovo is giving the Yoga 900 a dramatic makeover and it’s fair to say the Yoga 910 is completely different 2-in-1 laptop. Lenovo has tweaked or completely changed every element of its flagship convertible with everything including a slimmer chassis, larger 13.9-inch UHD…


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Hands-on review: IFA 2016: Moto Z Play

By Matt Swider Moto Z Play Moto Z Play is the thicker, long-lasting and more affordable smartphone with creative modular accessories, and proof that Motorola is committed to the idea of a customizable phone. You can snap on a bunch of different mods – from stylish battery packs, to a mini boom box, to a…


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Samsung shows off its latest smartwatch, the Gear S3

By Brian Heater Last year’s Gear S2 was, without question, one of the best looking smartwatches around. After a few generations of unwieldy wearables, the company took it down a few notches with a device that was smaller and decidedly more minimalist. Where other companies have looked to bling it up, the electronics giant stayed…


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IFA 2016: Asus’ new ZenBook 3 gets a portable 15-inch display to go with it

By Darren Allan Over at IFA 2016 today, Asus has been busy showing off the ZenBook 3 with an important change to the processor spec, along with a portable, super-thin 15.6-inch full HD monitor – and plenty more besides. We’ve already seen the ZenBook 3 of course – in fact we took it for a…


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IFA 2016: Asus’ new ZenBook 3 gets a portable 15-inch display to go with it

By Darren Allan Over at IFA 2016 today, Asus has been busy showing off the ZenBook 3 with an important change to the processor spec, along with a portable, super-thin 15.6-inch full HD monitor – and plenty more besides. We’ve already seen the ZenBook 3 of course – in fact we took it for a…


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Boost Mobile Releases Affordable ZTE Warp 7 Phablet With 5.5-Inch Display

Boost Mobile has just launched a new affordable 5.5-inch phablet. The ZTE Warp 7 includes a large HD display, Android 6.0 Marshmallow and 13-megapixel rear camera among its top features. …read more Source:: TechTimes.com – Smartphones


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