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Apple’s updated MacBook Pro with Force Touch

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MacBook Pro Review Apple adds new Intel CPUs, faster memory, longer battery life and its new Force Touch trackpad to the standard 13-inch MacBook Pro, which keeps its generous selection of ports. Over the past couple of generations, we’ve noted that Apple’s MacBook Pro line has received

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LaCie unveils first USB Type-C mobile drive for the new MacBook

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USB-C mobile drive LaCie announced its Porsche Design Mobile Drive, which features a USB-C connector and will work natively with Apple’s new MacBook. The drive will also work with existing computers’ USB ports via an included adapter cable. With the new 2015 MacBook , USB Type-C (USB-C)

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The new one-port MacBook was Apple’s one big mistake

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Apple New Macbook Technically Incorrect: A splendidly absurd video that purports to reveal the real reason for the new MacBook Air design is making many laugh on YouTube. Some of the greatest products started out as mistakes.Perhaps that will be the case with Apple’s newly redesigned MacBook

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Asus C300M: A colourful Chromebook that balances price and performance

Asus C300M Review With battery life that goes on and on, the Asus C300M is a lightweight laptop for people on the move. You’ll need to be a big fan of bright colours though. Who’d have thought it? The Chromebook is all grown-up. Early reviews of these

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The strange-looking of Sony Xperia phone leak

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Sony Xperia phone Here is a said the leak Sony Xperia phone. Find out more about it here. The image above popped up briefly on Chinese social network Weibo, where it was reportedly posted – and then quickly deleted – by Sony itself. The thing is, though,

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Apple: To make the world’s best running watch

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Apple Watch Apple doesn’t need any pity given to it, the brand is in the same boat as all of the other smartwatch manufacturers: the batteries aren’t big enough, the sensors are too large to fit in a slim design and everything costs too much. This week

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BlackBerry takes another shot at a tablet


BlackBerry Company The company partners with Samsung to modify a Galaxy Tab tablet with high-security software, as the firms go after business and government customers. BlackBerry is taking another stab at the tablet business, albeit through a backdoor. On Saturday, at the CeBIT tech conference in Germany,

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Yahoo said it eventually wants to eliminate passwords

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Yahoo password The Internet giant launches a service that sends a short password to your phone. Think two-factor authentication, without the first factor. AUSTIN, Texas — Turns out nobody can remember their Yahoo passwords. Now the company wants to make it so no one has to. Yahoo

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Origin EON15-X Review

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Origin EON15-X The EON15-X proves how much performance Origin can put a 15.6-inch gaming laptop complete with a desktop processor. Desktop performance in a gaming laptop is something we’ve chased forever. The latest and greatest components including Nvidia’s Maxwell GPU series have taken mobile computing closer than

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Android phones will follow in the new MacBook’s USB-C footsteps

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Android phones Apple was the first major company to throw its weight behind USB Type-C with a flagship product – the new Macbook – but Google isn’t far behind. The search company launched its own brand new notebook, the second-gen Chromebook Pixel, with USB Type-C this week

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