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Computing

Lenovo’s updated ThinkPad T431s Ultrabook is thinner and tougher, starts at $950

Lenovo refreshes its T-Series with the ThinkPad T431s Ultrabook, which has been redesigned with a larger TouchPad and thinner bezel, thanks to user input.
Social Media

Pinterest rolls out anticipated redesign with bigger images and discovery features

Pinterest's redesigned site, now with bigger photos and new discovery features, is finally rolling out to all users starting today.
Android Army

Google’s Nexus 5 superphone leaked, but sounds too good to be true

A new leak supposedly shows the next Nexus smartphone, codename Megalodon and also known as the Nexus 5, which is accompanied by a feature list which makes it sound too good to be true.
Cars

2014 Callaway AeroWagon Concept: a Corvette Stingray shooting brake?

Callaway adds a hatch to the back of the Stingray, taking our breath away. For only an extra $15,000, we think the shooting brake upgrade is well worth the money. Ferrari FF, eat your heart out.
Mobile

#FirstWorldProblems: Twitter third party clients continue to shut down and its API is just getting more restrictive

Lots of the best options for accessing Twitter that aren't Twitter itself are disappearing. The new Twitter API is a major part of it and has created a crossroad for the platform as it straddles the line between being more open and being…
Web

Why are one third of Americans turning their backs on high-speed Internet?

One third of Americans still don't have Internet access, but it's not always because of cost or because it's just not available. A huge number of nonsubscribers just don't care about the Internet or what it can do for them.
Photography

Highly regarded fashion photographer actually doesn’t give a damn about clothes

William Klein, a respected photographer in the fashion industry, actually doesn't care about fashion. In an interview with WWD, Klein talks candidly about the trade, as well as his photography work in general.
Mobile

Processor firm ST-Ericsson to split after failure to find buyer, future of NovaThor platform unclear

ST-Ericsson has announced it will be splitting up, with part owner Ericsson taking over the modem business, and STMicroelectronics concentrating on processors for the automotive industry. The fate of NovaThor isn't clear.
Android Army

Sony launches 4G LTE Xperia SP and funky Xperia L Android phones

Sony has announced a pair of mid-range smartphones to compliment its flagship Android phone, the Xperia Z. The Xperia SP shares a similar design with the Xperia Z, while the Xperia L offers similar features at a more affordable price.
Mobile

Confusion at BlackBerry over the future of the PlayBook tablet

While BlackBerry continues to work on getting its BlackBerry 10-based Z10 ad Q10 smartphones out into the world, it could also be about to resurrect the PlayBook tablet, or not, as the case may be.
Social Media

‘Naive’ Twitter pledge leads to UK lawmaker donating $21,150 to charity

A 'Twitter naive' British lawmaker who promised to make a donation to charity according to the number of times her message was retweeted resulted in her writing a check for over £14,000 ($21,150).
Computing

Weather advisory: Google Reader proves that cloud apps can just … blow away

The shows we watch, the tools we use to work, and the services we use to stay in touch with each other could disappear at any time now that we’re hooked on cloud computing. Whoops.