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  • HP eyes Black Friday special with sub-$100 Android tablet

    23 November 2013 8:31 PM 47

    HP and Intel are hooking up for a low-cost Android tablet. Other deals are in the works too. Intel has got the scoop on some tablet deals for Black Friday, including an Android tablet that's very light on the wallet. For instance, if you buy a PC at Costco for $600 or more, you can get a $180 (regular price) Dell Venue 8 tablet (also Android) for $99. Dell's

  • Porsche won’t go smaller, cheaper than Macan, says exec

    23 November 2013 10:30 AM 47

    Porsche has ruled out building a future model cheaper than its new Macan, making the compact SUV’s expected $80,000 local pricetag a permanent new entry into the brand. Following the reveal of the Macan at the Tokyto motor show, CarAdvice asked Porsche head of production and logistics Oliver Blume whether the company would produce any model that would

  • Intel Announces New Mobile Strategy, Future Atom Chips

    22 November 2013 10:24 PM 60

    Intel this week laid out a new strategy intended to make up for lost time in the mobile space while also offering up details about future Atom processors and 4G LTE products designed to challenge its tablet and smartphone competition. Perhaps most intriguingly, the company revealed that it is developing a new System-on-a-Chip (SoC), code named SoFIA

  • Men robbed and knocked unconscious for Xbox One consoles

    22 November 2013 5:18 PM 42

    Two men have been robbed of their brand new games consoles in Gloucester, just minutes after buying them. The pair, aged 25 and 27, were among the first to have bought the new Microsoft Xbox One after it went on sale in the UK on Thursday at midnight. One of the men was knocked unconscious, the other suffered facial injuries in the assault at St Michael's

  • Aldi’s $35 ‘unlimited’ plan: now with limits

    22 November 2013 7:48 AM 30

    Aldi Mobile’s once “unlimited” $35 voice plan has seen the introduction of new limits that remove much of the plan’s allure, a move that makes Boost Mobile on the Telstra network the best non-Telstra pre-paid provider, while also providing a handy fillip for MVNOs such as Amaysim. Telstra’s dalliance with third-party MVNO (mobile virtual network operator)

  • Humble Weekly: Zen Studios' Pinball FX2

    22 November 2013 2:02 AM 55

    This week’s Humble Weekly is for one type of gamer and one type of gamer only: those who like electronic pinball. I used to play some of the computer pinball games back in the day (no, not just the Windows XP pinball game), so I suppose I should be even more specific and say that this bundle is for people that like the Zen Studios Pinball FX2 tables

  • Half-Life mod Black Mesa approved for sale on Steam

    21 November 2013 9:08 PM 45

    Valve, the original creators of Half Life, are finally recognizing a monumental project by giving the team behind popular mod Black Mesa to sell the title on their Steam platform. If you haven't heard about Black Mesa: Source, then you're definitely missing out. This incredibly well done, fan remake of Valve's popular Half Life title has been free for some time and available

  • Google building Spark, a Web-based development tool

    21 November 2013 5:30 PM 52

    The online programming tool, still in its early stages, is for writing Web apps within a Web browser. The open-source tool itself is built with Google's new Dart language. Google likes Web apps, but one area where native software remains dominant is programming tools. A Google project called Spark that came to light Thursday could change that. Spark

  • Smartwatches won't be a big hit over the holiday season, says Gartner

    21 November 2013 2:49 PM 84

    Summary: A combination of premium pricing and "unclear value proposition" will instead drive consumers towards tablets and fitness bands. Now that smartphones and tablets have gone mainstream, hardware makers are on the lookout for the next big thing, and one of the markets that everyone is eyeing is smartwatches. But analyst firm Gartner is warning

  • Philips' LED carpet brings the bioluminescent jungle indoors

    21 November 2013 3:55 AM 63

    Philips has partnered with flooring company Desso to develop "light transmissive carpets." The concept integrates LED lighting into fabric, enabling a number of applications. One area that Desso — a big name in commercial and industrial flooring — is interested in is signage. By controlling which areas of the carpet light up, Philips and Desso are able to integrate