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Italian Supreme Court Rules Cell Phones Cause Cancer

Italian Supreme Court Rules Cell Phones Cause Cancer

Lawyers, get your briefcases ready: Italy's Supreme Court just ruled that a businessman's brain tumor was caused by frequent, long-term use of a cellular phone.Innocente Marcolini developed the tumor ...

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Galaxy Tab 10.1 Still Not as 'Cool' as iPad, But Apple Must Post Apology

Galaxy Tab 10.1 Still Not as 'Cool' as iPad, But Apple Must Post Apology

The Galaxy Tab 10.1 still isn't as cool as the iPad, but that's a good thing when it comes to Samsung's European plans. Today, a British appeals court upheld an earlier judgment that the Galaxy Tab 10...

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Sprint Scooping Up Clearwire Could Result in Nation’s Fastest 4G

Sprint Scooping Up Clearwire Could Result in Nation’s Fastest 4G

Days after Sprint agreed to sell 70 percent of itself to Japan's Softbank, America's third largest carrier announced that it has in turn bought majority control of Clearwire, a company that holds the ...

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Best Buy's 10-inch Tablet Price Could Be Half the iPad

Best Buy's 10-inch Tablet Price Could Be Half the iPad

Last week, Best Buy's in-house Insignia line yanked back the curtain on a new piece of hardware coming to the retailer's stores on November 11th: a self-made 9.7 inch Insignia Flex Tablet. The Faceboo...

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Asus Padfone 2: Phone Meets Tablet with Quad-Core CPU, 13-MP Camera

Asus Padfone 2: Phone Meets Tablet with Quad-Core CPU, 13-MP Camera

Asus has unveiled the Padfone 2, the second iteration of the company's innovative Android-powered device that's two devices in one. The Padfone 2 is a powerful smartphone that slides into its companio...

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LG Optimus G Confirmed for Sprint and AT&T, Optimus L9 Leaked for T-Mobile

LG Optimus G Confirmed for Sprint and AT&T, Optimus L9 Leaked for T-Mobile

LG's U.S. plans for its new 4.7-inch Optimus phones began to solidify late yesterday, as the company announced that the quad-core Optimus G flagship phone will appear on Sprint and AT&T shelves by...

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Panasonic Shows Off AX-Series Foldable Ultrabook Hybrid

Panasonic Shows Off AX-Series Foldable Ultrabook Hybrid

The Windows 8 hybrids just keep on coming. At CEATEC, Panasonic's showing off its new AX series Ultrabook, a foldable laptop that transforms into an impromptu touch-powered all-in-one, sports a distin...

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Your Next Smartphone Could Use Palm Print Authentication

Your Next Smartphone Could Use Palm Print Authentication

Current biometric authentication tools found on smartphones suffer from some drawbacks; fingerprint readers typically require additional hardware -- the original Motorola Atrix being one notable excep...

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ADATA Outs Super-Thin, Stainless Steel USB 3.0 External Hard Drive

ADATA Outs Super-Thin, Stainless Steel USB 3.0 External Hard Drive

Thin is in, and not just when it comes to smartphones. This morning, ADATA announced the DashDrive Elite HE720, a slim and trim USB 3.0 external hard drive that ADATA says is the thinnest of its kind ...

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LinkedIn Predicts the Death of the Office PC, Envisions a Mobile Future

LinkedIn Predicts the Death of the Office PC, Envisions a Mobile Future

What do Rolodexes and raptors have in common? Not much yet, but according to LinkedIn, the iconic contact manager could be on the brink of Dodo-esque extinction -- and it's joined by the desktop PC an...

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Dell Outs Business-Friendly Windows 8 Tablet, Ultrabook and AIO

Dell Outs Business-Friendly Windows 8 Tablet, Ultrabook and AIO

Dude, it's a Dell. Actually, it's three Dells; with the Latitude 10 Tablet, Latitude 6430u Ultrabook and Dell OptiPlex 9010 All-in-One, Dell is covering its business bases with a trio of Windows 8 dev...

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Does Android Provide Better Parental Controls Than iOS?

Does Android Provide Better Parental Controls Than iOS?

When it comes to keeping your child three-finger swiping safely on a phone or tablet, Apple's "walled garden" may be the first thing that pops to mind. Journalist K.T. Bradford examined the options ov...

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