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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.

Get ready to vote with apps for poll locations, candidate summaries, and more

The countdown has begun for Election Day 2012. With only a few hours left until the polls open, here are the Web and mobile resources you should have on speed dial to make casting your ballot as pain-free as possible.
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Skyfall gear guide: If it’s good enough for James Bond, it’s good enough for you

Skyfall hits theaters in the United States later this week, but many of the gadgets Bond will use are already available to buy – if you have a Bond budget. Prepare your lusty eyes over these one-of-a-kind pieces.

Apple sells 3 million iPads over the weekend, remains coy on how many were Mini

Apple has announced that it has sold three million iPads over the opening weekend, but fails to break down that figure into how many were iPad Mini tablets and how many were fourth generation full-size model.

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.

Honda brings supercharged CR-Z concept to SEMA, production plans still unclear

Honda has brought a supercharged CR-Z to SEMA in the hopes that the boost to the car's sporting image will help the slow sales of the car.

Apple apologizes to Samsung again, but thanks to some cunning code, you may not notice

Apple has had another go at following the UK court's instructions on apologizing to Samsung, but has let some code slip in that makes it a little more awkward than it has to be to see said apology.

Samsung may reveal “vibrant” new brand identity at CES 2013

Samsung is reported to be planning a complete brand overhaul for CES 2013, ably assisted by Brandstream and its CEO Scott Bedbury, who was responsible for turning Nike and Starbucks into global phenomenons.
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Three tech lessons learned the hard way (from Hurricane Sandy)

When disaster strikes, you get a whole new perspective on what’s important in the high-tech devices we rely on.

Bam, pow, vroom: Cars and comic books

In comic books, mild-mannered reporters can fly, and cars can do some pretty amazing things too. These four-wheeled comics characters are the perfect rides for anyone with a fondness for masked crime fighting, or zombie killing.
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Quick settings and malware protection coming in Android 4.2

Android 4.2 brings with it some long-awaited features like malware protection and a quick settings menu adjacent to the notification tray. The quick settings can be accessed with a two-finger swipe while notifications continue using one.
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Barnes & Noble slashes prices of Nook Color, Nook Tablet

Making way for the promotion of the new tablets in the Nook line, consumers will be able to find better prices on the Nook Color and Nook Tablet today.