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Ases EEE T101MT gets a CPU bump

Back before the age of Android tablets and the iPad (also known as about a year ago) one of the hottest affordable tablets on the

March 30, 2011 Microsoft, Tablets
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Capacitive stylus Sharpie mod to make your stylus more comfortable

As you know I love Kickstarter and occasionally post about projects I find there. Yesterday I stumbled across a project called the Cosmonaut where the

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Acer Iconia dual screen tablet launching at $1,200

Crunchgear is reporting that this beautiful dual touchscreen tablet will be launching next month for $1,200 at your local dealer. This will certainly be in

March 29, 2011 Microsoft, Tablets
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Could WP7 overtake iOS by 2015?

While Windows Phone 7 devices have generally been determined to have great potential, they're still not without their flaws. And when considered along the popular

March 29, 2011 Apple, Microsoft
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Windows Phone 7 has update issues, Microsoft apologizes

Microsoft's Windows Phone 7 has had a mixed reception. On one hand, the operating system is of pure speed and beauty. But on the other

March 28, 2011 Microsoft
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FireFox 4 out, brings improvements for tablets

FireFox 4 was released this week for a variety of “full” OSes, including Windows. The new version is a lot nicer to look at and

March 27, 2011 Microsoft, Tablets
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SpiderpodiumTablet gives your tablet legs to stand on

There are many different stands for tablets out there but many of them are either expensive, only work at a couple of angles or are

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HTC Arrive review

The HTC Arrive was one of the most anticipated Windows Phone 7 devices of early 2011. When it was released, eager consumers were ecstatic about

March 24, 2011 Microsoft, Reviews
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T-Mobile keeps pricing structure through merger

T-Mobile has always had very competitive smartphone packages for both on-contract and off-contract devices. In fact, that's one of the reasons many people have longed

March 23, 2011 Android, Apple, Microsoft
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T-Mobile phones will need to be replaced after merger

Although AT&T and T-Mobile are both GSM carriers, they use different frequency bands for their 3G networks. This means that a T-Mobile device can't get

March 22, 2011 Android, Microsoft
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