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Is Apple’s iPad Mini Retina display problem serious?

Are the iPad Mini Retina’s ‘muted’ colors an incredible drawback or simply something that experts could notice? Apple got a shellacking by using Amazon’s pill in the newest show shoot-out with the aid of Display Mate; however is this indication of better issues at Apple? Display Mate applied sciences had little good to claim about the iPad Mini with Retina …

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Samsung SSD 840 Pro caters to speed seekers with faster random access

It’s difficult to thrive in the solid-state drive world. Unless you’ve got just the right controller and flash memory, most performance-minded PC users will rarely give you a second glance. Samsung muscled its way into that narrow view with the SSD 830 last year; it intends to lock our attention with the new SSD 840 and SSD 840 Pro. The …

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Multipocket concept jacket charges gadgets, plays music

gadgets LAS VEGAS — Technology Enabled Clothing’s SCOTTEVEST is bringing all sorts of high-tech features to your jacket — at least in concept form. SCOTTEVEST introduced its fancy concept jacket, the TEC Jacket 2.0, at ShowStoppers at CES on Tuesday evening. New gadgets The new jacket will have all sorts of cool technology (at least, in theory), including flat batteries woven into …

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Karbonn Launches The Smart Tab 1 Tablet For Rs.6,990

Karbonn is already known for launching low cost handsets in the Indian market. Now, the company went ahead and launched an entry-level Android tablet, the Karbonn Smart Tab 1. This device runs on the latest Android 4.0.3 (Ice Cream Sandwich) Operating System. The Karbonn Smart Tab 1 will compete with the recently launched Micromax Funbook. Flipkart, the popular online retailer …

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Sceptre teases 2013 lineup that includes near-borderless TVs, WiFi sound bar

  Sceptre Sceptre isn’t waiting for CES to give a peek at what its home theater roster will bring. This year, the budget-focused company is hoping to take on the extra-minimalist TVs we’ve seen from Samsung and LG. Its 32- to 55-inch Rimless series wraps an LED-backlit LCD with a 4mm-thick bezel. Some of its overall TV line should also have MHL-capable HDMI …

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