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Rise of Windows 8 chips: first Intel, now AMD

Chip giant Intel on Friday last week announced that it won’t support Linux on its upcoming Clover Trail Atom processor. The very same day, AMD announced that it is concentrating…

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Samsung Ativ S and Ativ Tab 10.1 price reveal

Take this with a grain of salt as the prices have not yet been confirmed by Samsung officially. Samsung has revealed several of its upcoming devices, mobile phones, tablets and…

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Multiple Rumors Suggest a Microsoft Surface RT to Launch at $199

The official price of the much-anticipated Microsoft Surface RT hasn’t been announced, but rumors peg the device to retail for a stunningly-low price of $199.

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What They’re Saying About Microsoft’s Surface Tablets

Microsoft’s latest announcement has people talking around the web, but what’s the real verdict on the new Surface Tablets?

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Windows 8 PC’s, Linux, and the UEFI

Microsoft’s Windows 8 should be making its debut around October 2012. For PC manufacturers, that will have the new OS it means that a new format for multiple OS operations…

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Multi-Monitor Support from Windows 8

Windows 8 will enhance Multi Monitor Support. That is one of the new things that users will find in the new OS. The OS is set to launch around October…

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Windows8 Apps on Tablets, ARM and iTunes

When Microsoft releases Windows8 later this year, it will be launching two main versions, an x86 and an ARM version. The x86 version is a backwards compatible version, whereas the…

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One Family’s Upgrade to Windows 7, Part One

I went home over Thanksgiving determined to upgrade my family’s computers to Windows 7. This is my story.

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