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ASUS sends out invitations for Padfone Infinity launch event next week

Dubbed ‘the new Padfone Infinity’, ASUS has begun sending invitations for the launch event of the one true phablet, and have a fun little video on their website to commemorate the launch.
by Nate SwannerSeptember 12, 20139

Sony Xperia Tablet Z: Kitchen Edition gets you cooking for $649

The 32GB tablet comes with an iGrill kitchen thermometer, as well as a few preloaded cooking apps like Evernote food and Food Planner Pro. Sony has also partnered with Saveur, the ...
by Nate SwannerSeptember 12, 20136

Google+ gets Snapseed editing tools for photos

Google+ has undergone another minor update, which could have some major impacts for your photos. When opening a photo from your album on the desktop, you’ll see a few new features under ...
by Nate SwannerSeptember 12, 20136

Hugo Barra discusses his move to Xiaomi, and why he left Google

In a recent interview with Kara Swisher of All Things D, Hugo Barra was candid about his involvement with Xiaomi, and his reasons for leaving Google. Barra discussed all kinds of things ...
by Nate SwannerSeptember 12, 201314

Intel Baytrail vs. NVIDIA Tegra 4: too close to call

In Geekbench testing, the Intel Baytrail T chips (byt_t) were nearly identical to the Tegra 4 in single and multi-core scoring. Both ran a variant of Android 4.2 -- 4.2.2 for the Intel ...
by Nate SwannerSeptember 11, 201328

New Kindle tablets shown in leaked pics

The design appears a bit more subtle than the previous model, with the smooth backing broken up only by the Amazon logo. The speakers also move toward the top, but not forward facing.
by Nate SwannerSeptember 11, 20134

Three new Chromebooks, one new Chromebox announced by Intel and Google

At their developer forum in San Francisco, Intel has offered up three new Chromebooks and one new Chromebox, all using their Haswell processor. That architecture is going to “improve ...
by Nate SwannerSeptember 11, 201325

100,000 Moto X phones shipped weekly from Texas assembly plant, says Motorola

Motorola has officially opened their Ft. Worth, Texas assembly facility for business, even though the building has been pumping out custom (and standard) Moto X’s for a few weeks now. ...
by Nate SwannerSeptember 11, 20138

Dryft wants to make typing on a tablet easier

If typing on a tablet is something that troubles you, the team at Dryft has a solution. At TechCrunch Disrupt SF, Dryft co-founder Randy Marsden set out to convince the judges their ...
by Nate SwannerSeptember 10, 20137

Apple announces 64-bit processor/OS: Impressive, but not innovative

The newly announced A7 processor is a first for Apple, and a real selling point for the speed and power of the new iPhone 5S. With promises of a two-fold processing increase, the ...
by Nate SwannerSeptember 10, 2013215
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