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Intel-powered Android laptop-tablet hybrids reportedly on the way

What's next for Intel? According to rumors, the company's new Haswell chips will power a new line of devices: tablet-notebook hybrids running Android, with the first one slated for launch in May.
Mobile

Windows RT Problems: Bugs users complain about most

Have you been wrestling with Windows RT problems? Come on in and let's see if we can find a workaround or solution that will prevent you from tearing your hair out.
Mobile

How to wirelessly connect your Android phone and PC with AirDroid

If you're looking for way to give your phone powerful access while you're at your Windows or Mac computer, then it's time to give AirDroid a try. This app uses your Wi-Fi network to wirelessly connect your android phone and computer.
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Space Monkey rethinks the datacenter, makes personal cloud storage affordable

After just one day on Kickstarter, Space Monkey has already met its funding goal of $100,000 and is on its way to making distributed cloud storage a reality - where each user is a part of its network.
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Microsoft: Almost 25 percent of computers are still unprotected from viruses and malware

According to Microsoft's latest security report, closed to 3 million computers were attacked by malware in 2012. Learn about the many ways you can protect your computer from cybercrminals.
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Study: Popular Wi-Fi routers are easy to hack, and there’s no foolproof way to secure them

A study reveals the vulnerabilities in some of the most popular Wi-Fi routers out there. Since Wi-Fi hacks aren't all that common, a fix has yet to be issued to make the devices more secure.
Computing

Microsoft just made two-step account login official

Two-step authentication for your Microsoft account is real: you can either enter a code from an authenticator app or provide additional security info to log in – whether you're using a Windows, Android, or iOS device.
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Crowdsourced interactive music video celebrates 50 years of pointing and clicking

An Amsterdam band wants to you to wave your mouse pointers in the air like you just don't care –or, more precisely, on your screen – for a new crowdsourced video that pays tribute to the oft-overlooked pointer.
Computing

Price check! Intel says Windows 8 touch products will drop to $200

Intel CEO Paul Otellini says that the price of Windows 8 tablets and touch laptops could drop to as low as $200 thanks to Intel's quad-core Bay Trail chip, which will debut on devices this holiday season.
Computing

Report: Chromebook use on par with Windows RT devices, and that’s not a good thing

It looks like Chromebooks are having as rough of a time as Windows RT devices right now. According to a recent report, only a fraction of a percent of users surfed the Web on a Chromebook last week.
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Razer Edge Pro Review

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American Airlines computer glitch grounds hundreds of flights today

Definitely a terrible day to be traveling on American Airlines, a software issue cut off access to the reservations system and forced the company to ground all flights for several hours earlier today.