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Sony Reveals VAIO Z Ultraportable: Big Brains, Big Price Tag

And now, for Thunderbolt's next trick! So far, the new I/O port has remained pretty much Apple's darling, shipping on modern day iMac and MacBook Pro machines. But now, the PC users can get a taste as well. Sony just announced their new VAIO Z Series, a 13.1" notebook that includes a new Power Media Dock, a standard-voltage Core i7, SSD, high-res...

 
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Survey: 12% Of U.S. Households Own An E-Reader

Has the e-reading revolution reached its natural end? Hard to say at this point, but the Kindle still feels as hot as ever, and the NOOK isn't doing too bad for itself, either. According to a new study, over 1 in 10 U.S. households has at least one e-reading device. That's actually fairly substantial. It's obviously nowhere near the amount...

 
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Google: We're Activating 500,000 Android Devices Daily

Watch out team iOS, because the Android army is getting stronger by the day. We're not talking just a few hundred devices either, or even a few thousand. Try 500,000 new Android activations every 24 hours. What's more, Google says that number is climbing. "There are now over 500,000 Android devices activated every day, and it's growing at...

 
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Singapore Military Recruits to Be Gifted with iPads

Singapore has a conscript-based military (i.e., they have a draft), so they don't have to "entice" recruits to join. Nevertheless, new recruits to Singapore's military will get a primo perk. In addition to their uniform and a rifle, they'll get a standard issue iPad. Singapore's defense ministry said on Monday that about 8,000 of Apple's hit...

 
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Rumors Suggest HP Is Planning A 7-Inch Tablet

HP is planning to launch its 9.7-inch TouchPad tablet in the U.S. this Friday. Before the launch, new rumors suggest HP may also have another tablet up its sleeves: a 7-inch model. According to the rumors, the 7-inch tablet will be revealed in August.  According to Taiwan Economic News, Inventec will manufacture the tablet. HP has reportedly...

 
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OCZ RevoDrive 3 X2 PCI Express SSD Performance Preview

In recent months we've covered PCI Express-based SSDs from virtually all the major players, from Fusion-io to, OCZ and LSI.  The last time we took a look at OCZ's offering, the RevoDrive X2 took to the test bench for us and with its MLC-based design, offered much of the performance of significantly more expensive SLC-based PCI Express...

 
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T-Mobile's New myTouch 4G Slide Features An Advanced Camera

T-Mobile is adding the myTouch 4G Slide to its smartphone lineup. In addition to traditional phone capabilities, this phone aims to replace your point and shoot digital camera with its "high-end digital camera capabilities" which include an 8 megapixel sensor, zero shutter lag, a backside illuminated sensor, and other premium digital camera...

 
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Hardware Roundup

Video: Sapphire HD6670 Ultimate, HD6750 & HD6770 Review @ OCC Sapphire Radeon HD 5850 Xtreme 1GB Graphics Card Review @ eTeknix.com Motherboards and Chipsets: MSI Z68MA-ED55 (Intel Z68) mATX Motherboard Review @ Tweaktown Gigabyte 990FXA-UD5 @ PureOverclock ASUS Sabertooth 990FX Motherboard Review @ Legit Reviews ASUS MATRIX GeForce...

 
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Microsoft Strong-Arms Another Android Licensing Deal

Microsoft announced on Monday that it had convinced yet another company to sign a licensing deal to cover Android wares. General Dynamics Itronix will be paying the folks in Redmond an undisclosed sum to ensure "broad coverage" of Microsoft's patent portfolio for future Android devices the company wants to create. General Dynamics...

 
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Nvidia Announces GTX 580M, 570M

As of today, Nvidia's second-generation of mobile, Fermi-based parts is complete--at least, in theory. The 570M and 580M will only be available from select OEMs (at least initially), with the 570M reportedly available "immediately" from MSI as a configuration option on the GT780R gaming notebook. Alienware M18X systems can be ordered today...

 
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TomTom v1.8 iOS Navigation App Adds HD Traffic And More

If there's one thing we can all agree on, it's this: there just aren't enough hours in the day. But if there's another, it's this: traffic bites. But as technology matures, it's slowly but surely becoming ever easier to dodge the traffic jams that annoy us so. TomTom had the first major third-party navigation app out on iOS, and today it remains...

 
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Sprint Says 3G/4G Enterprise Solution Is Alternative To T-1

Why use one of those old T-1 lines, when you could get similar speeds without wires? Wait, what? Sprint has talked up their 4G / WiMAX network for some time now, and while it has mostly been aimed at consumers, there's obvious interest coming from businesses as well. This week, Sprint launched what it's calling the first solution that offers...

 
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Acer'a AC700 Chromebook Shipping Now For $350 (Wi-Fi Model)

Last month at Google I/O 2011, a pair of commercial Chromebooks were introduced. The Samsung Series 5, and the Acer AC700. As of yesterday, only one of those had started to ship to customers, and that award went to Samsung. But now, Acer's playing catch-up. The company just announced that their AC700 Chromebook would be shipping to the US...

 
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