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ConsoleWatch: Nintendo Admits 3DS Sells At A Loss; Calls Mount For a Vita Price Cut

Most of the major news in consoles this week was in handhelds, but there are major implications for both Sony and Nintendo. Nintendo broke a record that's stood for almost 125 years and posted the company's first ever yearly loss this week. The company had issued profit warnings as early as November, but the amount—$533 million—was...




Evernote Launching a Business Program, Says CEO

In remarks made at the Next Web conference in Amsterdam, Evernote CEO Phil Libin indicated that the company will be launching a business program in the coming months, according to InfoWorld. Evernote has proved to be a popular app, making it easy for users to quickly record ideas in a variety of formats, such as notes and photos, and access...




Sharkoon Releases 2-in-1 SATA QuickPort Internal Tray

Being able to easily swap drives in and out of a system without fiddling with cables is utterly convenient, especially if you swap out drives frequently, and Sharkoon has a new 2-in-1 SATA QuickPort product to make it even easier. The Sharkoon SATA QuickPort Intern Multi is a mouthful to say, but it appears laden with features. The device...




Hot Deals of the Day: Dell Vostro, a Trio of SSDs, and More

It’s time to close out another week, but not before serving up a nice, healthy batch of HOT deals, by way of our friends at LogicBuy. On the menu this Friday afternoon, we have deals on a Dell Vostro 260 mini-tower w/20" Dell E2011H LED LCD monitor, 240GB OCZ Agility and SanDisk Extreme, and a 120GB Corsair Force Series, SATA III Internal...




Four Gaming Clichés That Absolutely Need To Die

It's obvious, the PC and console game industry is in desperate need of an overhaul. With skyrocketing costs to develop games, gamers aren't going to accept $80-$100 game titles, especially not with mobile prices in the 99 cent - $4.99 range and with food and gas prices on the rise. In addition, attempts to seize the used game market and turn...




AMD Snags x86 Market Share from Intel Ahead of Ivy Bridge Launch

Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) managed to lessen the gap between it and Intel in the x86 space, even if just by a smidgen. According to Mercury Research's latest data, AMD's x86 market share jumped nearly a full percentage point from 18.2 percent to 19.1 percent in the first quarter of 2012, compared to Intel, which dropped from 81 percent to...




Sony Tablet S Owners Treated to Ice Cream Sandwich

We weren't terribly impressed with Sony's Tablet S performance when we reviewed the device at the tail end of last year (you can read our analysis here), but that was before Android 4.0 (Ice Cream Sandwich) started making the rounds. As of right now, ICS is available on the Tablet S, and perhaps it will give the uniquely designed slate the...




Hot Selling Kindle Fire Captures Majority Android Tablet Market Share

Fragmentation in the Android camp? Only if you're talking about smartphones. Since the introduction of Amazon's Kindle Fire tablet, buyers looking for a low-cost Android slate that doesn't suck have had a serviceable option. So serviceable and affordable, in fact, that fragmentation in the Android tablet space could cease to be a problem in...




Opera 12 Beta Launches With New Look, Lots Of Skin

Internet Explorer has its television ads, and Firefox has it's fiery fox logo. But Opera has a growing user base of its own, and the latest edition of the browser-that-could is now available. Opera 12 Beta has launched this week, presenting an entirely new look and feel, including new themes that provide some of the most stunning skins yet....




Clearwire Plans 2013 Launch For TDD-LTE In Major Metro Areas

Clearwire may not be the name in wireless that it once was when WiMAX was alive and well in North America, but there's no quit in these folks. The company is moving with the punches, announcing this week plans to launch a TDD-LTE network to serve 4G "hot zones" in New York, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle and dozens of other markets....




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