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Dell takes an 8% revenue loss in second quarter

Dell’s second quarter revenues are down 8 percent, thus, reflecting the tough economic conditions that many other OEMs are facing.  Tablets and smartphones have seemingly taken over many of the duties that were once taken care of by PCs, and the trend probably won’t reverse any time soon. (more…)

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Peter Thiel dumps 20.1 million Facebook shares

Shares of Facebook plummeted from its initial offering of $38 to about half of that in recent days, and the news isn’t getting any better for the social networking giant.  Billionaire Peter Thiel sold the majority of his Facebook shares, which only adds to the growing concerns of investors. (more…)

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Researchers develop self-charging battery

Researchers at the Georgia Institute of Technology in Atlanta, Georgia have published their study on self-charging power cell in a recent issue of Nano Letters, making the possibility of never having to plug your gadgets in for fresh juice a reality. (more…)

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Thief burglarized Steve Jobs’ home

Two iMacs, three iPads, an Apple TV, a Sodastream, a $30,000 Tiffany platinum necklace, a $28,000 Tiffany diamond necklace, and a wallet containing $1 was stolen from a home in Palo Alto, California.  If this is just any other home, it might have not made it into the San Jose

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Xiaomi Mi-Two launches in October

Xiaomi has finally revealed the Mi-Two--the Mi-One's successor.  The Mi-Two boasts some impressive specs along with a very attractive price tag.  How impressive?  Let’s just say Xiaomi is selling the Jelly Bean-based device for well under its production cost. (more…)

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Samsung Galaxy Note 2 5.5-inch bezel

Samsung’s next smartphone-tablet hybrid device is purported to drop in a month or two, and while we begin to speculate as to how big the screen will be, let’s take a moment to gander upon a supposed Galaxy Note 2 bezel. (more…)

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iPhone 5 may have in-cell touchscreen

Apple has received yet another patent, and this time it has to do with “in-cell touchscreen.”  The patent won’t be good news for competing firms, but for consumers it may be another reason why they should consider getting an iPhone this time around. (more…)

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