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Computing

Will Microsoft Office arrive on iPads before Windows tablets?

Insider sources suggest that Microsoft Office for iPad is far from dead, and could in fact be arriving earlier than the Windows 8-optimized edition — read the latest from the rumor mill here.
Product Review

Orb Audio Mini-T V2 Review

Orb Audio Mini-T V2 review.
Cars

2014 Jeep Cherokee: Uconnect

The 2014 Jeep Cherokee is available with a Uconnect infotainment system that features navigation, hands-free texting, and access to music and emergency services. It really does keep the driver connected.
Game Review

Dead Rising 3: Fallen Angel DLC Review

Dead Rising 3: Fallen Angel DLC review.
Computing

Lian Li’s PC-A51 mid-tower takes a different approach to internal airflow

Though most PC cases suck in air from the front panel and blow it out the back, Lian Li's newest case kinda goes in the other direction. Read on to learn more here.
Home Theater

Pay-TV operators look to multi-screen strategies in tug-of-war for subscribers

As living room-convergence becomes a larger reality, operators look to investing in different types of equipment for processing video content, and increased negotiations with the content owners themselves for the right to distribute across…
Computing

Microsoft delays death of PCs with Windows 7 Pro pre-installed

Despite the fact that Microsoft noted an initial end-of-sale date for PCs that ship with Windows 7 Profession pre-installed, they will continue to be sold for the time being. Read on to learn more here.
Cars

First Drive: 2014 Mini Cooper Hardtop

The 2014 MINI Cooper Hardtop has grown in size and maturity, but it still touts the spunky personality we’ve always loved. Some might even call it a premium car these days. Watch out, Audi.
Gaming

Square Enix releases a revealing new Final Fantasy XV trailer for Japan

Square Enix has unveiled a new trailer of its upcoming Final Fantasy XV, which will be released on the PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Unfortunately the trailer is only available in Japanese.
Computing

Hackers use Internet Explorer 10 hole to launch attack on US military veterans

An Internet Explorer 10 vulnerability was exploited by hackers this week, and some of those harmed by the attack were likely U.S. veterans. Read on to learn more here.