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Eizo FlexScan EV2730Q 1920 x 1920 “Wide All Around” monitor debuts

Eizo FlexScan EV2730Q 1920 x 1920 “Wide All Around” monitor debuts

Eizo is a big name in professional level monitors. The company's products are widely used in the medical setting and in graphic design thanks to impressive color reproduction and other high-end features that set many Eizo displays apart from consumer grade screens. Eizo has rolled out a new monitor that has a unique native resolution that Eizo calls "Wide All Around." That native resolution is 1920 x 1920.

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VW unveils Golf R Variant packing 2.0L TSI engine

VW unveils Golf R Variant packing 2.0L TSI engine

Here in the states we say station wagon, over in the UK they like the term shooting brake. Whichever name you prefer, VW has announced a new Golf R Variant marking a first for the Golf R model. VW says that this car is the first time that its all-wheel drive compact sports car has been offered as a station wagon. The car will pack a 2.0L TSI engine under the hood with 296hp and 280 lb-ft of torque.

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Skyscraper 55-story tall rollercoaster coming to Orlando

Skyscraper 55-story tall rollercoaster coming to Orlando

Rollercoaster fans will want to check out a new ride coming to Orlando, Florida laying claim to the world's tallest rollercoaster title. The coaster will be called Skyscraper and will stand 55-stories tall. Skyscraper will be part of a larger entertainment complex called Skyplex that is set to open in 2016. The amusement park will be located on International Drive in Orlando and sits on a 12-acre plot of land.

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Rosetta Philae lander detects organic molecules on comet surface

Rosetta Philae lander detects organic molecules on comet surface

After a decade long journey Rosetta was able to insert itself into orbit around its target comet and more recently, it sent its Philae lander down to the surface of the comet to see what the comet is made of. The latest report from the scientists running the Rosetta program is that the Philae lander has detected organic molecules on the surface of the comet. These organic molecules are carbon containing and are the basis of life here on Earth.

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Jolla tablet to run Sailfish 2.0 OS and quad-core Intel CPU

Jolla tablet to run Sailfish 2.0 OS and quad-core Intel CPU

Jolla has a new tablet in the works that aims to give tablet fans an alternative to iOS and Android units on the market today. The tablet will run Jolla's own Sailfish 2.0 operating system and will pack a 64-bit 1.8GHz quad-core Intel processor under the hood. That CPU will be matched with 2GB of RAM and internal storage is 32GB. Storage can be expanded with a SD card slot when needed.

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Samsung to focus on price competitiveness with less smartphone models in 2015

Samsung to focus on price competitiveness with less smartphone models in 2015

Samsung has some of the most popular smartphones on the market today, but the company wants to focus on being more price competitive in the future. Samsung also reportedly plans to cut the number of smartphone models it produces by up to 30% to combat falling profits. The idea is to shed some of the poorly performing models and focus on those that do very well for the company. A Samsung spokesperson has said that it will reduce the number of smartphone models by 25 to 30% next year.

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US Marshals to sell off more Silk Road Bitcoins at auction

US Marshals to sell off more Silk Road Bitcoins at auction

Silk Road was a website where all sorts of illegal and illicit items could be purchased. To keep the buyers and sellers from being tracked, many of the purchases on the site were made using Bitcoins. When the site owner was captured and his personal stash of Bitcoins confiscated, there was a huge amount of money to be made. Last January prosecutors and Ross Ulbricht agreed that the US Marshals could sell Bitcoins found on computer gear Ulbricht owned.

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Ford Shelby GT350 packs 500hp 5.2L V8

Ford Shelby GT350 packs 500hp 5.2L V8

Ford has rolled out one of the hottest new Mustangs in years with a model returning that hasn't been seen since the 60's from Ford. The Shelby GT350 has returned with the all-new Mustang body style and brings with it the most potent naturally aspirated V8 engine that Ford has ever produced. The GT350 will use a high-revving flat-plane crankshaft 5.2L V8 producing over 500hp.

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Nokia N1 tablet rocks Android 5.0 and 64-bit Intel CPU

Nokia N1 tablet rocks Android 5.0 and 64-bit Intel CPU

Nokia has rolled out a new tablet that may interest users out there shopping for an Android-powered device. The new tablet is called the Nokia N1 and its runs Android 5.0 right out of the box. One of the cool things about Android 5.0 is that it supports 64-bit processors and to take advantage of that support Nokia has fitted the N1 with a 64-bit Intel Atom Z3580 processor with quad-cores.

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