Apple’s New iPad mini, 4th gen iPad, new iMac, 13-inch MBP with Retina Display

Apple teased that it had “a little more to show” us prior to today’s San Francisco event, but it’s clear now that the phrasing was humble at best. Not only has the much-anticipated, rumored and leaked 7.9-inch iPad mini been officially revealed, but so has a sm
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Haswell-based Windows 8 Ultrabook shown off at IDF 2012 in Brazil

Intel’s been playing the slow tease with its Haswell microarchitecture as far back as 2008. But today, we finally have a glimpse at what devices running that 22nm core might look like. Shown off at IDF 2012 down in Sao Paolo, the company’s Brazilian prexy, Fernando Martins
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Editorial: Thin laptops are the new mainstream, but what about battery life?

Bandwagons, trains and Tranes. Can’t say that these three have a heck of a lot in common in most regards, but one thing’s for sure: trying to stop this trio would be a Herculean task. And so it goes with laptops — once upon a time, it was good enough to have somethin
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High Resolution ‘iPhone 5’ Renderings Based on Leaked Parts

Bryce Haymond of Blackpool Creative has created a set of high resolution 3D renderings of the “iPhone 5” based on the circulating part leaks and diagrams. There’s been quite a bit of hype recently in the Apple universe over the imminent announcement of a new iPhone, or rat
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Dynamic Computers Receives 2012 Best of Medford Award

Medford Award Program Honors the Achievement MEDFORD July 25, 2012 — Dynamic Computers has been selected for the 2012 Best of Medford Award in the IT Services & Computer Repair Services category by the Medford Award Program. Each year, the Medford Award Program identifies co
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Google Wallet moves to the cloud

Google Wallet moves to the cloud, opens up to all credit and debit cards Google Wallet has been hampered by a number of limitations since its launch, not the least of which is its limited device compatibility. Perhaps a bigger problem though, was its lack of support for most major cre
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