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Five new Satellite Pro Laptops from Toshiba

Five new Satellite Pro Laptops from Toshiba

Toshiba's new Satellite Pro laptops are affordable with price starting at $699 to $1149. The display sizes range from 13.3-inch to 17-inch displays, you're bound to find the right laptop for your business or personal needs. Aside from the nine different configurations, you get to pick from an Intel Centrino processor or AMD Dual core processors

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SlashDeals: Monday, Week 46 – Jumpstart your desk

SlashDeals: Monday, Week 46 – Jumpstart your desk

Laptop looking tired? Desktop feeling left out when it comes to Windows 8.1's finger-friendliness? Time for a refresh with the best deals around in tech. Whether you're updating your home office or looking for a new laptop for school, we've got you covered, complete with a bonus for those wanting to supercharge their downtime instead.

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Nexus 5 iFixit teardown shows Synaptics, Sandisk, SK Hynix innards

Nexus 5 iFixit teardown shows Synaptics, Sandisk, SK Hynix innards

While the majority of the insides of the Google Nexus 5 are, today in iFixit's teardown session, not appearing as big surprises, there are quite a few points of interest to be seen. Inside this beast of a smartphone you'll find - to every repair shop's glee - plastic clips holding the back of the machine down. This is very similar to the construction of the ASUS-made Nexus 7 (2012 and 2013), allowing quick opening for fixing parts while keeping a strong hold for the common user.

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IFA 2013 Wrap-Up

IFA 2013 Wrap-Up

IFA 2013 has come and gone, and with the Samsung Galaxy Gear smartwatch, various super-sized (and often curved) TVs, and a number of superlative-toting smartphones, there was no shortage of geek appeal. As ever, the Berlin tech show saw a few key themes surface, and while not everybody is necessarily ready to snap a cellphone companion to their wrist, that didn't stop manufacturers from trying to push everything from wearables to Ultra HD. Read on, then, as we run through the best of IFA.

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April Fools 2013: The Round-up

April Fools 2013: The Round-up

April 1st is upon us, and that can only mean one thing: pranks, gags, and joke products of dubious comedic value, as the tech world tries to make you crack a smile. Whether you love it or loath it, April Fools is inescapable, so join us as we run through 2013's cons and let us know which - if any - convinced you, and which you thought were actually funny.

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Technology conventions aren’t dying – they’re evolving

Technology conventions aren’t dying – they’re evolving

If this year's Mobile World Congress taught us one thing, it's that no matter how interesting and innovative the gadget makers and software developers of our global community are, it's the top brands that end up making or breaking the show. Make or break the show for the press, that is. Case in point: our several articles written from our chat with Google's Mathias Duarte - they ended up easily becoming some of the most popular posts we had this week, and Google didn't reveal any new products at the convention. In fact, they didn't have a stand - the chat we had wasn't even on the map. And yet, there it is - Google stole the show anyway.

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SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: December 12, 2012

SlashGear Evening Wrap-Up: December 12, 2012

Welcome to Wednesday evening everyone. With the new year coming up shortly, a couple of companies took a look back at the year we're leaving behind, with Facebook posting its Year in Review and Google Zeitgeist 2012 going live. A video of an L-series BlackBerry 10 device hit the Internet today, and you can now have a look at SlashGear's calendar using UpTo on iOS or Android. Facebook was named the best place to work at in 2013, while Google revealed that it doesn't have any plans to develop apps for Windows 8.

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SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: October 18th, 2012

SlashGear Morning Wrap-up: October 18th, 2012

This morning it's all about the sales of the Nokia devices, with 2.9 million Windows Phones shipped thus far, North American phone sales slashed in half in the third quarter, and Q4 set up for less than excellent results. Meanwhile it appears that Apple will indeed have to pay for advertisements that say they're sorry for saying the Galaxy Tab 10.1 was a copy of the iPad. The underage workers at Foxconn have had an issue released on them by Nintendo.

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Olympus Image Share app adds remote Instagram-style effects

Olympus Image Share app adds remote Instagram-style effects

Olympus may have its metaphorical hands busy dealing with its new Sony venture, but that hasn't stopped the firm from pushing out an Instagram-style companion app for iPhone and iPad. Olympus Image Share hooks up the company's PEN micro four thirds cameras via a FlashAir memory card and sucks their shots to your phone or tablet, allowing for various filters and effects to be added before sharing them via Facebook and other social networking sites.

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