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Apple

Apple may ditch Intel chips for ARM processors

Though Apple's been using Intel chips in its iMacs and MacBooks since 2005, word is the company is planning to ditch Intel for ARM to create a more unified structure among all of its devices.
Computing

What! Windows RT hogs 16GB of Microsoft’s 32GB Surface tablet

We originally thought Microsoft was being generous with 32GB storage standard for the Surface RT, but it turns out only 16GB of that is available to users. The rest of the storage is taken up by Windows RT and Microsoft Office.
Android Army

Android tablet sales explode, but iPad holds firm

A new report by research firm IDC says that tablet sales are growing immensely, but most of that growth is by devices running Google's Android operating system.
Computing

It’s the 21st century! Why aren’t we voting online yet?

When you use the Internet for everything from ordering pizza to shuffling around thousands of dollars between bank accounts, why can't you use it to cast a simple vote?
Android Army

Samsung Ativ and Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 coming to AT&T Nov. 9

Samsung and AT&T announce the Ativ and Galaxy Tab 2 for a November 9 release, bringing new Android and Windows 8 devices to the carrier this week.
Computing

Save versus Splurge: Where to invest and where to save in your home computing setup

A new home computing set up can rack up dollars pretty quickly, but there are a few places you can overlook to cut back some costs. Here's our guide on which home computing items you should considering saving or splurging.
Computing

Google Chrome Remote Desktop and 3 other ways to offer tech support from afar

If one of your loved ones struggles with computers, we've got the skinny on Chrome Remote Desktop and four other ways to make technology less intimidating for them.
Computing

Microsoft bricks up the door to freedom with the Windows Store’s ‘walled garden’

As Microsoft migrates from an open platform to a walled garden with Windows 8, freedom falls by the wayside.
Computing

Maybe I don’t want a touchscreen laptop

With Windows 8, it seems that Microsoft is forcing the touchscreen laptop upon us. While they work on tablets and hybrids, touchscreens never seem like the best method of control for a machine placed on a desk. Is it possible touchscreen…
Computing

Why won’t my email work in Windows 8’s Mail app?

So you've upgrade to Windows 8 and are now wondering why your email isn't working in Windows 8's Mail app? We know why, and we also know how to help.
Computing

Does tech really make kids grow up faster?

Kids now have access to more information through a 4-inch screen than used to be available in a library the size of a city block, but is it affecting the way they develop for better or worse?
Apple

Apple’s new iMacs are great, but can we get an iTV already?

Apple's new iMacs are mighty impressive, but we're still left wondering why the company doesn't just give us its next big thing: an iTV.