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Facebook Phone? No Thanks

Once again, a Facebook phone is the talk of the tech world, despite Mark Zuckerberg’s insistence that his company is not building a smartphone. This time, the rumors come from All Things Digital, which says HTC is developing a smartphone, code-named “Buffy,” with Facebook “integrated at the core of its being.” The phone will reportedly […]

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BoardX Stacks the Deck Against Arduino

[Photo: Upgrade Industries]Arduino is a great microcontroller, but when you want the ability to easily scale your project or exchange components quickly, that’s where BoardX really starts to shine. BoardX is essentially a microcontroller motherboard, very similar to the motherboard inside your computer. Unlike Arduino and some other microcontrollers, the processor isn’t soldered onto the […]

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Blue Nile Seems Like a Long Tearful River

Does it make sense for you to walk down to the shopping center to pick up a gift for your loved one when you have the entire shop displayed on your computer screen by the retailer? Be it flowers or jewelry, you’re only a click away from placing an order. The Internet is the fastest […]

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Stocks trim losses on IMF liquidity program

NEW YORK (CNNMoney) – Stocks ended in the red Tuesday, amid worries about U.S. economic growth. But losses were trimmed after the International Monetary Fund unveiled an enhanced lending program to help countries struggling with short-term liquidity problems from Europe’s debt crisis. The Dow Jones industrial average ended down 54 points, or 0.5%. The SP […]

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Qualcomm’s Mirasol reflective color display debuts on Korean e-reader

Qualcomm’s long-awaited Mirasol reflective color screen technology is on the market, in an e-reader that launched in South Korea on Tuesday. The Kyobo eReader features a 5.7-inch touchscreen color display with a 1024 x 768 format at 223 pixels per inch. The device retails for 349,000 won (US$305) online and in the stores of Kyobo […]

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Ultrabooks to shake up semiconductor markets

Global ultrabook shipments are expected to soar to 136.5 million units in 2015, up from less than 1 million in 2011, a massive level of growth that will have major repercussions for the global electronics supply chain. While the ultrabook is regarded as a type of notebook computer, its thin and light form factor requires […]

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10 teens rob Malate computer shop

MANILA, Philippines – At least 10 teenagers robbed a computer shop in Malate, Manila at past midnight yesterday. Police said the boys, aged 13 to 15, took advantage of a heavy downpour to rob at gunpoint shop owner Maritess Juan, 33, of her P15,000 cell phone and P800 at around 12:30 a.m. Juan’s shop is […]

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Snugg Smart Cover Companion Back Cover review

One of the most popular cases for the Apple iPad 2 is the Apple Smart Cover. Why? Because it’s smart and covers the iPad? Because the salesman who sells you the iPad tries to flog you the Smart Cover at the same time? Because Apple makes it easy for you to add it to your […]

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Microsoft slashes upgrade times for Windows 8

Computerworld – Microsoft claimed yesterday that users will be able to complete a Windows 8 upgrade much faster, in some cases in one-tenth the time it took similar-configured PCs to upgrade to Windows 7. The time savings quickly accumulate the more files are on the to-be-upgraded PC, said Christa St. Pierre, a member of Microsoft’s […]

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Has Intel’s Stock Broken Out of a Range-Trading Pattern?

Like us on Facebook With the above as a backdrop, a compelling question for investors is: will Intel (INTC), like Advanced Micro Devices (AMD), benefit from a ripple-effect from the “iPhone 4s Wave”?  It should, hence it’s a smart move to consider Intel’s stock, if you can tolerate moderate risk, and I’m Reiterating my Buy call. Will INTC Benefit from […]

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