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Hot Deals of the Day: Dell XPS 8300, HP dmz1 laptop, Xerox Color Laser and More

Can you guess what time it is folks? Yup, you got it! It’s time for some fresh HOT deals, courtesy of our friends at LogicBuy. On tap for you all today, we have deals on a Dell XPS 8300 Core i7-2600-based desktop system with a 24” monitor, an 11.6" HP dm1z dual-core AMD Fusion laptop, a Xerox Phaser 6500/N Color Laser Printer,...




Nokia Lumia 900 Smartphone Review

Windows Phone is only about a year and a half old in the market at this point but Nokia has a much longer lineage. In the past 12 months though, their two worlds have collided in a fashion that will have repercussions for quite some time to come, with Nokia CEO Stephen Elop firmly committed to focusing his company's turnaround on what Microsoft...




Lenovo's IdeaTab S2109 Revealed On YouTube

Over the weekend, Lenovo quietly launched a YouTube video for its new IdeaTab S2109 tablet. This 9.7-inch slate features a 1,024 x 768 IPS LCD and Android 4.0. From the video, we learn the slate is 8.9mm-thick and features a gunmetal-finish unibody shell. Other features include a 1.3 megapixel front camera, microSD card slot, and micro-HDMI...




Adventure Gamers Come Out of the Woodwork to Fund Leisure Suit Larry Remake

The prevailing wisdom is that adventure games are dead, and maybe they really are, or perhaps there just hasn't been anything to get excited about in a long, long time. Like a new Leisure Suit Larry game. You're probably thinking, "Been there, tried that, and the new Larry games stink," a fair assessment, but it's also worth mentioning that...




AOL Sells 800 Patents To Microsoft In Exchange For Approximately $1.1 Billion

AOL is planning to sell over 800 patents and their related applications to Microsoft in a deal that is valued at $1.056 billion in cash. AOL has said a "significant" portion of the money from the deal will go to shareholders. The sale is expected to be completed by the end of this year. AOL will keep a patent portfolio of over 300 patents...




Acer Announces Portable C120 LED Pico Projector

Acer’s new ultraportable pico projector is indeed a pocket-sized device at just 4.72 x 3.23 x 1 inches (WxDxH), and it weighs less than half a pound. Designed as a companion for a notebook, The little guy can run off of a USB port (with support for USB 3.0) for convenience or from AC power when a brighter display is required. Any Acer...




Hotmail Conquers Graymail; Market Share May Be Next

Remember Hotmail? Of course you do. Back in the day you had an account, but you stopped using it--even if you could get past the spam overload, the teasing from your friends probably finally put you over the edge. Besides, a few years ago there was really nothing Hotmail provided that you couldn’t get from the likes of Yahoo! Mail or...




Sony Reportedly Plans to Hand Out 10,000 Pink Slips

Job cuts are an unfortunate part of doing business, especially when times get lean and investors grow antsy with dwindling profits (or increasing losses). When they do happen, you just hope too many people aren't affected. No such luck for Sony workers. The electronics juggernaut is reportedly getting ready to axe 10,000 workers, which represents...




AVADirect Outs a Trio of Intel-Based Clevo Notebooks

AVADirect announced three new Clevo notebooks--the 15.6-inch P150EM, P151EM, and 17.3-inch P170EM--all based on Intel’s HM77 chipset and running a 3rd-generation Intel processor. The notebooks will have options for NVIDIA GTX 670 and 675 in SLI (with Optimus for preserving battery life), as well as eSATA, DisplayPort, HDMI, digital optical...




CyberPower Starts Dishing Up Intel Z77 Flavored Desktop Systems

It's been a long and anticipatory wait for Ivy Bridge, and while Intel's next generation processors are still a couple of weeks away from making their official debut, platforms that support the new chips are already starting to trickle into the market place. CyberPowerPC, for example, just announced that it's incorporating Intel's new Z77...




Self-Repairing Film In The Pipeline For Touch Panels

Gorilla Glass is great, sure, but it's not flawless, and it's still possible to damage and crack. But what if electronics could repair themselves? It sounds like a pipe dream, and indeed it is, but it may not be as far-fetched as you think. Toray Advanced Film Co. will reportedly begin to sell a self-curing coat film, which is said to be able...




HTC: We Aren't Bundling Beats Headphones With Phones Any Longer

Turns out, people don't really buy smartphones based on the kind of headphones included. But hey, it was a valiant effort. The HTC Rezound featured a set of Beats earbuds right in the box, but it seems that the phone sales weren't really up to snuff. Or, at least, they weren't enough to justify the massive cost involved in bundling the two....




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