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  1. How a Palm device can replace a laptopRead the original story

    Monday | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    I'm a project manager for a consulting firm that specializes in computer systems integration. In particular, I work on projects for clients in the telecommunications industry who need to accomplish what's called Enterprise Application Integration, or EAI.

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  2. Review: The HP Spectre x360 is a beautiful and all around amazing Windows 8.1 laptopRead the original story

    Monday | WinBeta

    At Build this past April, Microsoft gave attendees an HP Spectre x360, so let's see how good the giveaway really is. If you're interested in a quick and dirty assessment of the device and not interested in the gritty details here you go; the HP Spectre x360 is a great laptop and highly recommended.

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  3. Global Flat Panel Display market will Reach a Valuation of US$ 135 Bn ...Read the original story

    Monday | BroadcastNewsroom

    Future Market Insights   delivers incisive insights into emerging markets in its latest report titled, " Flat Panel Display Market: Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2014 - 2020 ". The report states that the Global Flat Panel Display market will expand at a CAGR of 5.8% and reach a valuation of US$ 135 Bn by 2020.

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  4. Nanowire Transistors Will Scale To 5nm, says Asenov.Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Electronics Weekly

    Nanowire transistors are the most likely successor to finfets, says Professor Asen Asenov, Professor of Electrical Engineering at Glasgow University and CEO of Gold Standard Simulations which specialises in the predictive simulation of nano-CMOS devices including statistical variability and reliability. " While 16/14nm FinFETs are about to enter volume production at the major foundries, the next generation transistors suitable for 7nm CMOS and below are already on the drawing board," says Asenov, "one of the best candidates "Gate all around" transistors, better known as nanowire transistors , have superior scaling properties compared to FinFETs and can be scaled to channel lengths of approximately 5nm.

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  5. Thunderbolt 2 docks roundup: The easy way to connect to your Mac laptopRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Macworld UK

    The major change since I last did a roundup of Thunderbolt docks is that the latest docks use Thunderbolt 2, which makes them aligned with Apple's Thunderbolt 2 implementation in its MacBook Pro and MacBook Air. The major change since I last did a roundup of Thunderbolt docks is that the latest docks use Thunderbolt 2, which makes them aligned with Apple's Thunderbolt 2 implementation in its MacBook Pro and MacBook Air .

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  6. South Africa: Weaker Rand Pushes Laptop Prices UpRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | AllAfrica.com

    South Africans could see an increase in the price of laptops as the rand continues its downward slide against major international currencies, says a retailer. "The Notebook Company has been forced to up its prices this year.

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  7. The state of PC bloatware in 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Digital Trends

    As PC manufacturers attempt to make their computers more affordable for customers, they usually turn to pre-loaded programs, where the developers will pay a fee to have their software included on the device. Pre-loaded programs can include everything from games to media libraries to photo editors.

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  8. Apple Upgrades MacBook Pro, iMacRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 24 | NewsFactor

    The company on Tuesday released a revamped version of its 15-inch MacBook Pro and a new iMac. The MacBook Pro adds the new Force Touch trackpad, which uses so-called haptic feedback to simulate the sensation of a physical click.

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  9. 13-inch MacBook Air review: Apple's affordable laptop nicely blends performance and portabilityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 22 | Macworld

    Now that there's a new ultra portable laptop in town in the form of the 12-inch MacBook , what's the deal with the MacBook Air ? It's still an active part of Apple's lineup, and in case you missed it, was updated on the day the 12-inch MacBook was announced . The 13-inch MacBook Air changes are relatively minor, but its standing in Apple's lineup is what changed the most.

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  10. Report: Apple MailRead the original story

    Monday May 11 | MacInTouch

    Mail 4.6, I have a squiggly lightning bolt next to my main account! It won't retrieve mail! . This started about a week ago.

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  11. Report: AppleRead the original story

    Monday May 11 | MacInTouch

    Other wonkiness: sometimes an update of a purchased app shows up that I want to download. I click on the Update button, and instead of the download starting, I am asked to enter my password.

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  12. How Google and Apple will smartify your homeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | CIO

    The next big culture shift in consumer technology is clearly home automation. Over the next two or three years, a dizzying array of home appliances and devices will connect up with your phone and TV box to make everything "smart" .

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  13. The Most Amazing PCs Of May 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Forbes.com

    I'm a technology journalist and currently write for websites such as bit-tech.net and magazines such as Custom PC and Computer Active. I've been building and modifying PCs for 20 years and writing about them for over six years.

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  14. 10 Days with the Apple Watch: or, What Ya Gonna Do When the Novelty Has Gone?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Kirkville

    For ten days, I've been wearing a black Apple Watch Sport. If you're interested in this device, you've certainly read a dozen or more reviews already.

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  15. New products of the week 05.25.2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Network World

    Our roundup of intriguing new products. Read how to submit an entry to Network World's products of the week slideshow.

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  16. Technology is not racist, but it still needs to changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Mail & Guardian

    Computers are still far too limited and stupid to understand how offensive mistakes in "tags" and categories can be, writes Alistair Fairweather. William has wide, expressive eyes and a kind face.

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  17. Worldwide Chromebook sales will reach 7.3 million units in 2015, says GartnerRead the original story

    Monday | DigiTimes

    Worldwide Chromebook sales to end users is on pace to reach 7.3 million units in 2015, a 27% increase from 2014, according to Gartner. Education is the primary market for Chromebooks and represented 72% of the global Chromebook market in 2014.

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  18. HP sales plummet, closes China dealRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Electronic Engineering Times Asia

    The report came on the heels of the company's announcement to drive its server and networking business in China into a Servers were one of the few bright spots in HP's dismal second fiscal quarter. Overall revenues were down seven per cent from the same quarter last year to $25.45 billion, and profits slid to $1.01 billion from $1.27 billion a year ago.

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  19. Hukoomi mobile app launchedRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | The Peninsula

    DOHA: Mobile device users can now access and use e-Services and information provided at Hukoomi portal by downloading and installing Hukoomi Mobile App on their smartphones and tablets. The app was launched yesterday by the Ministry of Information and Communications Technology's ICT Government Programmes.

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  20. Digital praise and yet more praiseRead the original story

    Sunday | Computing Unplugged Magazine

    Okay, we admit it. Sometimes we editors at Windows CE Power Magazine like to toot our own horn.

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