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Can I get Now TV on my phone, tablet and TV?

Now TV’s mobile apps are compatible with the vast majority of iOS and Android phones and tablets. All devices running iOS 6 or later are supported, as are iPhones going all the way back to the 3GS. Every iPad, with ...

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Competition: Win an Apple iPad Air 32GB WiFi with TalkTalk

It’s competition time again folks! This month we’re giving away an Apple iPad Air 2 courtesy of our friends at TalkTalk. The second generation of Apple’s ultra-thin tablet boasts an exceptionally detailed 9.7-inch screen with a resolution of 2048×1536, which ...

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MACBOOK AIR VS DELL XPS 13

The Dell XPS 13 remains the darling of the ultrabook world, retaining its gold standard status after a December update that added Intel Skylake processor choices and USB Type-C ports. How does it stack up to Apple’s signature ultraportable, the ...

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The best Chromebooks you worth having

Hear ye, hear ye, technology-buying citizens of the Internuts. Let it be known: All Chromebooks are not created equal. It may sound obvious, but lemme tell you: As someone who’s been watching Chrome OS since its birth, I’ve seen the ...

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SAMSUNG ANNOUNCES FIRST PROFIT GROWTH IN TWO YEARS

Samsung reported $45.6 billion in revenue and $6.4 billion in operating profit during the third quarter, ending on Sept 31. This was the company’s first operating profit growth in two years, supported primarily by sales in the semiconductor and display ...

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Four questions about the Dell-EMC merger

The deal will make Dell one of the world’s largest IT vendors, just behind IBM and Microsoft ds, then offer middleware that connects those systems to services like Azure and AWS. EMC owns around 80% of VMware, which sells that ...

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MIONIX CASTOR GAMING MOUSE

With swaths of gaming mice on the market, it can be difficult to decide which way to turn. Some offer zillions of buttons, while others let you swap out every part for a completely personal experience. Mionix takes a different ...

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