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iPhone, iPad Users Most Interested in iOS 5; iPod Users Say 'Meh'

Nearly four out of 10 iPhone users (38 percent) have gone out and updated their smartphones to iOS 5, representing the highest adoption rate of any iDevice, according to data provided by Chitka Insights. iPad owners proved the next most anxious to upgrade, with almost a third -- 30 percent -- now rocking Apple's latest and greatest mobile...

 
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HP Still Deciding What to Do With webOS

Hewlett-Packard's recently appointed CEO Meg Whitman already made one tough decision since taking over for Leo Apotheker, and that was whether or not to go ahead with plans to dump the company's PC division. She (wisely) chose not to, and the next big decision has to do with webOS. After meeting with company bigwigs last night to decide the...

 
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NVIDIA Officially Unveils Tegra 3 Mobile Processor

NVIDIA introduced its long-awaited Tegra 3 processor (The Chip Formerly Known As Kal-El), which is the first quad-core mobile processor around. Designed for tablets and super phones, the Tegra 3 will purportedly best the processing performance of the Tegra 2 chip by a factor of five (and graphics by a factor of three, thanks to a 12-core NVIDIA...

 
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VIA Launches Dual-Core Pico-ITX Motherboard

If you want multi-processing capabilities but can’t stand using a bloated, heavy mini-ITX motherboard, VIA has you covered with its new pico-ITX board with dual-core processing. The VIA EPIA-P900 Pico-ITX features a 1.0GHz VIA EdenTM X2 CPU and the VIA VX900H Media System Processor with support for up to 4GB DDR3 RAM and HD audio. The...

 
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HotHardware Giving Thanks System Sweepstakes!

To commemorate the Thanksgiving holiday here in the U.S., HotHardware and our friends at Intel and PCAudioLabs have teamed up to put together one heck of an exciting full-system give-away! This time around we're giving you all a chance to win an Intel Core i7-2600K-infused, custom-built rig complete with 16GB of RAM, a Gigabyte Z68-based...

 
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Adobe Kills Mobile Flash Development, Plans To Focus On HTML5

It hasn't even been 12 months since multiple manufacturers were positioning Adobe Flash support as a centerpiece of their tablet strategies. Flash, we were told, was required for a "full Internet experience," and vital to the presentation of rich content. Today, Adobe dropped a bombshell. From this point forward, "We will no longer continue...

 
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Gigabyte G1.Sniper2 Z68 Motherboard, Tested, Burned In

We’ve looked at our share of Z68-based motherboards here at HotHardware, and the Gigabyte G1.Sniper2 is another stand-out to consider. The G1.Sniper2 is in Gigabyte’s line of Sniper/Guerilla/Assassin gaming motherboards, although it’s currently the only one in the family with the Z68 chipset. Like the other motherboards in...

 
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Mobo Manufacturers Expect Shipment Decline in Q4, But HDD Motors Spinning Up

Multiple motherboard manufacturers are warning that precipitously rising HDD prices will impact their sales. Gigabyte has issued guidance that it now expects Q4 shipments to fall by 20 -25 percent, while Asustek predicts a much smaller decline of ~five percent. Analysts believe Asus is underestimating the impact of the price increases, and...

 
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New Mobile Carrier To Offer Unlimited Everything Plan For $19 Per Month

A new service from Broadband.com could help you save some cash on your cell phone bill. The new mobile service known as Republic Wireless promises unlimited talk, text, and data for just $19 per month. Republic Wireless is able to offer this service because it operates primarily over Wi-Fi networks. Recognizing that a Wi-Fi network may not...

 
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HH Hot Deals of the Day: HP Laptop, Dell Desktop, Samsung HDTV and More

It’s time for another healthy serving of HOT deals, courtesy of our friends at LogicBuy. On the menu this hump day, we have an AMD Fusion E-350-based 11.6” laptop from HP, a Core i3-based desktop system from Dell, Logitech’s MK710 wireless desktop, a 32” Samsung HDTV, and a Creative ZEN Style M300 portable media player....

 
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OCZ Unveils The PC Power & Cooling Silencer Mk III Power Supply Series

OCZ unveiled the Silencer Mk III Power Supply Series from PC Power & Cooling. This series is the first modular PC Power PSU. This series combines a highly efficient core with Japanese 105°C capacitors, a 120mm variable RPM fan, and the flexibility of modular cabling. Combining a powerful single +12V rail and premium components,...

 
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NVIDIA and Asus Unwrap Transformer Prime Tablet with Tegra 3 Processor

Asus and Nvidia have collectively taken the wraps off the next-generation version of Asus' well-received Transformer tablet line, and the new system aims to carve out a slice of the premium tablet market. It's far from a sure bet given the tremendous difficulty Android tablets have had cracking into the iPad-dominated industry, but the Prime...

 
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Amazon's Cloud Reader Hops Over To Firefox, Too

Guess what? Kindle Cloud Reader is making its way onto another platform, and it's a major one. Amazon's HTML5-based Kindle web app has just gained native support for Mozilla Firefox, enabling those users tap into their Kindle book library on a browser they're already familiar with. To start reading, go to http://read.amazon.com using Chrome,...

 
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IOGEAR's Got Wireless 3D Streaming, Do You Have $380?

Wireless 3D streaming. Is it a myth? A dream? A reality-to-be? IOGEAR is hoping to make a few dreams come true with their latest kit, a video streaming apparatus that wirelessly transmits 1080p HD / 3D video content and 5.1 digital audio up to 100 feet, through standard walls. The Wireless 3D Digital Kit (GW3DHDKIT), which reduces cable clutter...

 
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Griffin And Dijit Combine For Beacon Universal Android Remote

See that? That's not the new Easy Button. That's the Android-friendly Beacon, a universal remote control system that transforms Android phones and tablets into "never-lose remotes" for home entertainment centers. Griffin is teaming up with Dijit Media, a San Francisco-based software company whose Universal Remote and TV Show Guide App software...

 
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