Archive for March, 2013

Transcend announces 64GB microSDXC Ultra High-Speed storage card

Transcend announces 64GB microSDXC Ultra High-Speed storage card

Ever-increasing storage demands prompt increasingly higher capacity storage cards, including the newest release from Transcend, a 64GB microSDXC UHS-I. This ultra-high speed memory card offers very fast transfer speeds in the tiny microSD shell, bringing high storage capacity to your small mobile devices. This is part of the maker's UHS-I line, which ranges from 8GB to 64GB.

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Dodge introduces 2014 Durango at New York Auto Show

Dodge introduces 2014 Durango at New York Auto Show

Earlier today at the New York Auto Show, Dodge introduced its 2014 Durango SUV, the latest generation in a long-line of popular sports utility vehicles. The 2014 model boasts improved gas mileage over the last edition, as well as a host of features and new standards that will appeal to both faithful owners and first-time buyers. We've got a gallery of the SUV, as well as its details, after the break.

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Gmail’s pop-out composer is now default

Gmail’s pop-out composer is now default

Back on October 30, Google rolled out a new type of composer for Gmail: a small box fixed to the bottom-right corner of the screen that can be popped out. Some liked the change, and others decried it as being bothersome or insufficient for their needs. For the Gmail users among us, regardless of whether you liked the new box or grew fond of it over time (or still hate it months later), it is here to stay.

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HTC One teardown proves durability a top priority

HTC One teardown proves durability a top priority

If you were looking for the HTC One to be a device you were easily able to take apart for inner-bits replacement, you might not be all that pleased with the report appearing today. On the other hand, if you love it when iFixit gives a big shout out to the device you're looking to buy for its immense durability, the HTC One might be the phone for you. It's not going to be a device you'll be popping open on accident, that's for sure.

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