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Lenovo denies plans to cease selling small Windows tablets

Lenovo Group has issued a special statement denying plans to cease selling Microsoft Windows-based media tablets with displays smaller than 10” in the U.S. and Canada. Apparently, the company is working on new tablets with smaller screens for the aforementioned markets. The slates are projected to become available later this year. …

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Intel may delay next-gen Atom processors made using 14nm tech

Last year Intel announced plans to accelerate its Atom roadmap and produce its low-power/low-cost products at the same nodes as its leading-edge chips for desktops and notebooks. Apparently, the widely-discussed issues with the 14nm general-purpose process technology seem to also affect Intel’s 14nm process for low-power system-on-chips. According to a …

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Apple and IBM to sell business-optimized iPad and iPhone devices

Although Apple’s iPad media tablet and iPhone smartphone are rapidly gaining popularity among business users, these mobile gadgets are still not true business-optimized solutions. On Tuesday Apple and IBM announced that they will jointly develop IBM MobileFirst platform for iOS that will bring IBM’s apps, big data and analytics capabilities …

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Google to start sending out Project Ara hardware this month

Google’s modular phone project is well underway as the company has announced plans to start sending out Project Ara hardware to developers this month. The company has previously stated that it hopes to have a finished product out on the market during the first quarter of 2015, meaning that this time …

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Apple iPhone 6 Photo Exclusive to KitGuru.net

As many of you will know, on 12th July 2012, KitGuru was able to bring you the world’s first photos of the original Apple iPhone 5. We came under immense pressure and within 24 hours the images were gone. Now it’s July 2014 and, two years on, we’re feeling Six-y. …

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Luxa2 TX-200 wireless dual phone charger review

While the whole world seems fixed on the idea of saving energy, we have more electrical devices than ever before. Anyone who’s plugged a 4-way adapter into the end of an extension that was already plugged into a double adapter, knows exactly what we’re talking about. We all need the …

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Samsung profits drop 25 per cent this quarter

It looks like Samsung could be losing its grip on the Android phone market as the Korean device maker warns investors that profits have dipped by 25 per cent in the second quarter of 2014 due to low demand for its Samsung Galaxy S5 flagship smartphone. A couple of weeks ago …

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UK joins US in mobile charge flight check

We heard the other day that all flights going into the US might require you to prove that your mobile phone isn’t a bomb, by turning it on, and now it looks like the UK is following suit. Changes made to passenger advice on the government’s website suggests that all …

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Microsoft readies “Nokia by Microsoft” branding

Although Microsoft Corp. has rights to use the Nokia name for several years, it cannot use it forever. According to a leaked image, Microsoft will start to prepare its smartphones for transition to its own brand shortly. Initially the firm will introduce the “Nokia by Microsoft” trademark, but eventually the …

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Apple iWatch could threat luxury Swiss watches – LVMH exec

Apple’s iWatch device is expected to revolutionize the market of wearable electronics, just like the iPhone transformed the market of smartphones. Apparently, that is not all. At least one high-ranking executive from a Swiss watch maker believes that tech smart-watches have to be taken seriously and they may be a …

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Apple hires executive from Tag Heuer as iWatch approaches

Apple has hired yet another executive from the fashion world to boost its team responsible for development, sales and marketing of the iWatch device due to be released later this year. The hire once again confirms that the iWatch will not be just a health and fitness tracker, but likely …

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Steve Wozniak criticizes smart-watches, praises Google Glass

Steve Wozniak, a co-founder of Apple who foresaw the emergence of the upcoming iWatch several years ago, claims that smart-watches have too limited functionality and too small displays. At the same time, he praises Google Glass. While the former partner of Steve Jobs does not really admire wearable computing devices …

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