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Sony to launch super-thin, flexible e-reader for universities

Digital Paper for universities Sony will soon launch a flexible e-reader device that is less than 7mm thick and weighs 358 grams, targeted for use in universities. The company’s grayscale “Digital Paper” device has a 13.3-inch touch capable screen, which it says is the size of an A4 document without margins. It has a Wi-Fi […]

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3D printer? Staples says, ‘Yeah, we’ve got that’

3D printers are taking another step in the long haul toward the mainstream, with a little help from Staples. On Friday, the office supply retailer began selling the

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3D-printable gun specs to be available next week, provider says

The Liberator 3D-printable gun 3D-printable gun advocate Cody Wilson is planning to release next week the specs for a gun he calls “the Liberator.” The University of Texas law student and founder of the non-profit Defense Distributed tells Forbes he will release the CAD files for the gun, which will allow anyone with access to […]

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Facebook to design an open source switch

  As part of the Open Compute Project (OCP), Facebook network engineering team is leading a project to develop an open source networking switch. “It’s our hope that an open, disaggregated switch will enable a faster pace of innovation in the development of networking hardware,” wrote Frank Frankovsky from Facebook in a blog post announcing […]

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Amazon’s new China app store could help pave way for Kindle products

Amazon’s app store built in the Chinese language Amazon.com has updated its mobile app store to include support for its Chinese customers, in a sign that the U.S. company could be preparing to sell its Kindle e-readers and tablets in the country. The update effectively launches a new version of Amazon’s app store built in […]

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The pixel is all but dead–no thanks to the PC

The pixel Be sad, fellow geeks, for we are witnessing the slow death of a staunch companion the pixel . Between the proliferation of Retina displays, ultrahigh-resolution smartphone screens, überexpensive 4K televisions, and the ironically named Chromebook Pixel, eye candy has never been so abundantly available, nor so abundantly delicious. Screens are saturated with millions–millions–of […]

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Logitech Washable Keyboard K310 review: washable keyboard

On the surface, the Logitech Washable Keyboard K310 sounds like a great idea. With so much dust and dirt regularly falling between the gaps on keyboards, it would make life easier to just throw your keyboard under a running tap and wash it away. See Group test: what’s the best keyboard? But putting ideas into practical […]

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Kobo Aura HD vs. the competition: A backlit e-reader tale of the tape (chart)

 Kobo Aura HD Kobo has Amazon in the crosshairs with its new Aura HD e-reader, which features a higher-resolution display than the Kindle Paperwhite–albeit at a higher price tag. Kobo dubs the Aura HD a “premium” e-reader, with a 6.8-inch E Ink display sporting a 1440 by 1080 pixels resolution. That’s good for a Kindle […]

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Rain Design mStand 360 review: lifting your MacBook with strength and style

Rain Design mStand 360: Design The post-PC world in which we live isn’t really devoid of PCs of course. The sorry Wintel box is on the endangered list but every personal device that computes is a PC, whether phone, tablet or laptop. And it’s laptops that are now the heavy lifters, carried from home to […]

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Slideshow: The Week in Mac Accessories: You should see our USBs!

If you’re looking for the latest USB 3.0 technology (including the hubbiest hub ever) look no further than the latest Mac Accessories. Also: cases, key covers, adapter holders, super docks, air filters, and even a backpack. FirmTek FirmTek says its new miniSwap/U3 is a “screaming fast” USB 3.0 enclosure for solid state and hard disk […]

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