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Kenneth Butler
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Kenneth Butler started at Laptopmag.com as a freelance fact checker after studying journalism at New York University. When he's not evangelizing Android, he's editing the Laptopmag.com homepage, reviewing gadget accessories, and focusing on the site's evolving page design.
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Apple's iPhone 5 Event: Top 10 Highlights

Apple's iPhone 5 Event: Top 10 Highlights

The iPhone 5 has finally made its debut, and its a big deal. Not just because of the larger screen but because of all of the goodies Apple crammed into a design that's somehow an ounce lighter than it...

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Apple iPhone 5 vs. iPhone 4S: What's Changed, What's New

Apple iPhone 5 vs. iPhone 4S: What's Changed, What's New

The rumors have been rampant for months, but now we know plenty about the iPhone 5. How is it different than the original and should you upgrade?Apple's newest smartphone packs a larger 4-inch display...

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Intel Haswell CPUs Demoed: 2X Graphics Muscle, 50 Percent Less Power

Intel Haswell CPUs Demoed: 2X Graphics Muscle, 50 Percent Less Power

Want to sample the future of Intel's processors? Well, the small-but-powerful chips, code-named Haswell, won't ship until mid-2013, but today Intel revealed more details on the fourth-generation of it...

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HP Unveils Envy x2 Windows 8 Tablet-Laptop, Touch-Enabled Ultrabook

HP Unveils Envy x2 Windows 8 Tablet-Laptop, Touch-Enabled Ultrabook

HP has cooked up three brand new Windows 8 PCs to show off what you can do using Microsoft's touch-friendly OS -- the HP Envy x2 hybrid laptop-tablet, the HP SpectreXT TouchSmart Ultrabook and the Tou...

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Oovoo Four-Way Video Chat Hands-on: Frustrating But Fun

Oovoo Four-Way Video Chat Hands-on: Frustrating But Fun

Mobile video calling tool Oovoo announced free, four-way video calling this week. The group call feature is now available to 54 million Oovoo users connected across Android devices, iPad / iPhone and ...

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Buyer Beware: The Hottest Running Laptops

Buyer Beware: The Hottest Running Laptops

It's barely summer and already temperatures around the country have started to soar. While you can escape all that rising mercury with your ol' buddy Central Air, there's another heat that's harder to...

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T-Mobile’s Top 5 Free Phones for Father’s Day

T-Mobile’s Top 5 Free Phones for Father’s Day

Psst! Did you hear? T-Mobile's got an awesome deal on 4G smartphones for Father's Day weekend. The carrier's reduced the price of Android and Windows Phone devices that initially cost as much as $250 ...

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Video: $149 MacBook Air Clone Runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich

Video: $149 MacBook Air Clone Runs Android Ice Cream Sandwich

We've seen Ultrabooks from almost every manufacturer-- Acer, Dell, Lenovo, Toshiba, even Vizio. But of all the MacBook-like machines we've seen, never has there been one to run the Android operating s...

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Pinterest Alternatives for Men

Pinterest Alternatives for Men

Pinterest, the social network that lets users save and share images of things they love to digital pinboards, has taken the Web by storm. Since its launch in 2010, the new site has grown to about 17 m...

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TI OMAP4470 CPU Packs Miracast, Brings Wireless HD Streaming to Android Devices

TI OMAP4470 CPU Packs Miracast, Brings Wireless HD Streaming to Android Devices

Texas Instrument's OMAP 4470 packs two ARM Cortex A9 processors and runs at 1.8-GHz. At that capable configuration, the chip is said to pack enough power to juice up to three screens with a resolution...

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AOC e2251Fwu Monitor (22-inches) Review

AOC e2251Fwu Monitor (22-inches) Review

We review the AOC e2251Fwu Monitor, a 22-inch USB powered monitor that delivers a bright image, but is it worth the $199 price?

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T-Mobile Magenta Deal Days: Buy One 4G Smartphone, Get Another Free

T-Mobile Magenta Deal Days: Buy One 4G Smartphone, Get Another Free

T-Mobile is still expanding its 4G HSPA+ network to new locales, but wider network coverage isn't worth a single-bar signal without subscribers to use all that new bandwidth. That explains the carrier...

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