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Windows Phone 8 Update 3 release brings on more blurred lines

Windows Phone 8 Update 3 release brings on more blurred lines

The system update to Windows Phone 8 known as GDR3 is coming soon, and having been announced by Microsoft just this week, we'll find it coming to developers as soon as tomorrow. The rest of the humble citizens of the Windows Phone 8 universe will have to wait a few more weeks - but once it arrives, along with it will come devices that continue to cross over the line drawn in the sand between Windows as a desktop operating system and Windows as a mobile operating system. Here we've got support for the in-betweens.

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Windows Phone 8.1 tablet support tipped plus Back button binned

Windows Phone 8.1 tablet support tipped plus Back button binned

Windows Phone 8.1 will ditch the "back" button and support up to 10-inch displays, it's reported, with Microsoft also aiming to use the 2014 release to help push the smartphone platform further up into flagship territory. Codenamed Windows Phone "Blue", the new version will see Microsoft address user satisfaction, WinSuperSite claims, paring away some of the more confusing elements of the OS and making it easier for developers to release applications across both Windows Phone and Windows RT.

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Grace Digital Bluetooth receivers make ancient speakers usable again

Grace Digital Bluetooth receivers make ancient speakers usable again

This week there's a couple of new devices arriving from Grace Digital that may very well be the one thing that makes that ancient set of speakers you've been keeping in the garage worth the years of nagging from your significant other. Why don't you get rid of those old things? You're never going to use them, everything is wireless these days! Here's why: the GDI-BTAR122 (24 watt) and GDI-BTAR502 (100 watt) from Grace Digital work with Bluetooth 4.0 and connect to your old speakers - like the future attaching to the past, so to speak.

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iPhone 5s Review

iPhone 5s Review

We've come to expect evolution not revolution from the "S" update to Apple's iPhone range, but the iPhone 5s could be enough to buck that trend. Inside the familiar metal casing beats a new processor, the Apple A7, making the iPhone 5s the first smartphone - and iOS 7 the first smartphone platform - to transition to 64-bit; the home button has lost its square sigil but gained a biometric sensor that might be the first to actually convince owners to use it; and the camera may still be 8-megapixels in resolution on paper, but those pixels - and the way Apple uses them - are quantifiably better than before. Does that make the iPhone 5s the automatic choice in smartphones? Read on for our full review.

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Kanex Multi-Sync wireless keyboard brings quick-switch with Bluetooth 3.0

Kanex Multi-Sync wireless keyboard brings quick-switch with Bluetooth 3.0

While there's no reason to believe that the newest keyboard device from Kanex wouldn't work with any and all Bluetooth 3.0-compatible devices, they've aimed directly at the Apple world here in the week of this accessory's launch. The Kanex Multi-Sync Keyboard works with the iPhone, iPad, iMac, and any other machine (with Bluetooth 3.0 or higher) you think would match up nicely. You've got a full Apple-esque design to the board as well as Bluetooth switching buttons - that means you can press one button for device A, then switch to device B or C with a press of one of your total of three buttons.

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Chrome Apps go near-native on Windows and Chrome OS

Chrome Apps go near-native on Windows and Chrome OS

Chrome is celebrating its fifth birthday today, and amidst the fan fare is a new announcement: Chrome Apps have gone (near) native on Windows and Chrome OS, gaining a launcher and allowing for use on desktops in the same way apps are used on a tablet or smartphone. The "new breed of Chrome Apps" are available now, with Google promising Linux and Mac support soon.

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Samsung ATIV Tab 3 hits USA as new “world’s thinnest Windows 8 tablet”

Samsung ATIV Tab 3 hits USA as new “world’s thinnest Windows 8 tablet”

The company responsible for the full ATIV computing line is hitting the Windows 8 tablet environment in the USA once again with the Samsung ATIV Tab 3. This device is also known as the new world's thinnest Windows 8 tablet, coming in at just 0.31 inches thin, weighing just 1.28 pounds. This machine aims to take the Windows 8 tablet world by storm with Samsung's own S Pen technology as well.

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