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iPhone 5 to reportedly support multiple LTE networks around the world

iPhone 5 to reportedly support multiple LTE networks around the world

It's widely expected that the iPhone 5 will come with LTE functionality, but a new report from the Wall Street Journal pegs the device with support for multiple LTE networks around the world. Precisely which LTE networks the iPhone 5 will support is currently up in the air, but WSJ says that they include markets in Europe, Asia, and the United States. That could be a big win for iPhone 5 owners, as it means they could take advantage of the LTE roaming in many places around the world.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 gets thumbs up from iFixit

Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 gets thumbs up from iFixit

iFixit is always busy tearing apart the latest devices in order to determine what components lie beneath, but the firm has criticized Apple products (like the Retina MacBook Pro and new iPad) for their low repairability. How about products from other companies? The team have taken their tools to the Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1, giving a full list of what lurks underneath the chassis and determining that it has a high repairability score.

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Apple nets 72% of Chinese tablet market during Q2 2012

Apple nets 72% of Chinese tablet market during Q2 2012

Apple might be getting some stiff competition here in the United States, but in China, the company may as well be the only one playing the game. Digitimes reports that 2.34 million tablets were sold in China during quarter 2 (which ended in July), and of those, around 1.7 million sales were iPads. That leaves Apple with a mind-numbing 72.66% of the market share, so just let that sink in for a moment.

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Google Earth app update brings 3D imagery to iOS

Google Earth app update brings 3D imagery to iOS

The race is on between Apple and Google for best maps or realistic view solution, and today Google beat Apple to it with its new 3D city flyover features available now on iOS. Users should notice the Google Earth app on iTunes has been updated to version 7.0.0. The features were originally shown off at Google I/O before rolling out on Android late last month, and now iOS users will be able to see the same 14 regions including Los Angeles, San Francisco, Geneva, Rome and others.

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Apple prepares to bring Retina-quality graphics to its online store

Apple prepares to bring Retina-quality graphics to its online store

Apple is planning to roll out high resolution graphics on its online store to welcome those who have the new iPad and new MacBook Pro with Retina display. Apple started upgrading graphics on the website back in March before the third-generation iPad with Retina display was released, but parts of the online store still have older graphics that don’t look so great on the latest devices.

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Wahoo Fitness unveils new Wahoo Blue SC for cyclists

Wahoo Fitness unveils new Wahoo Blue SC for cyclists

If you're a cyclist that spends a lot of time riding a bike around the city to get to and from work or just for fun, Wahoo Fitness has a new bicycle speed and cadence sensor the works with the iPhone 4S smartphones you might want to have a look at. The Wahoo Blue SC Speed and Cadence Sensor is the world's first Bluetooth smart 4.0 cycling speed and cadence sensor that works in conjunction with the app that runs on the iPhone.

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Surface Pro 3 Review

Surface Pro 3 Review

The Surface Pro 3 is something special. Microsoft has refused to give up on its concept of one device that’s both a tablet and ultrabook, and its ramped up the trash-talk, too, calling out the MacBook Air and iPad by name when it launched the third-generation Windows 8.1 machine. Thing is, this may not just be hot air: bigger but lighter, faster but slimmer, the Surface Pro 3 might well be the hybrid Microsoft has been promising all this time. More importantly, it could well convince me - as an unabashed Mac and iPad user - that the Surface Pro 3 is now competitive. Read on for my full review.

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IFA 2013: The Pre-Show Guide

IFA 2013: The Pre-Show Guide

September is upon us, and that means IFA 2013 is close at hand, with the Berlin technology show expected to see big announcements from Samsung, LG, Sony, and more. SlashGear is off to Germany this week to see what Europe's biggest consumer tech expo has to offer, and though there have been leaks a-plenty already, we're still expecting a fair few surprises. Read on for our pre-show run down.

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