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Apple Reveals $1,099 iMac

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Apple has unveiled its latest entry into the iMac family–a lower-cost $1,099 iMac. The new iMac will be 21-inches in size, but of course won’t be as powerful as its $1,299 cousin, as it will contain a 1.4GHz Core i5 processor with Turbo Boost up to 2.7GHz, the same power you’d find in the MacBook Air. Clearly, Apple has sacrificed power ...

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Oppo Find 7 is now available for pre-order

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The Oppo Find 7 was announced back in March, but has only recently become available for pre-order. The device’s lower-end variant, Oppo Find 7a has been around for a while now and is selling pretty well. However, the high-end version is what people were really waiting for. Needless to say, this model is a bit more expensive but also comes with ...

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SteamBoy lets you play Steam games on the go

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SteamBoy is an upcoming handheld gaming console that lets you play most of the games available on Steam. The project was revealed at E3 2014 by the Steamboy Machine Team, a third party company not affiliated with Valve. The console itself looks like a hybrid between the PS Vita and the latest Steam Controller. The company describes their product like this: ...

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Price, Specs and Features available for the Moto 360

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Soon after Google announced its Android Wear platform for wearable devices, Motorola announced its intent of launching the Moto 360 that will make use of the new OS. It will be Motorola’s first smartwatch to use the Android Wear platform. The Moto 360, unlike the Samsung Gear 2 or the LG G Watch, follows a classical, round design, giving it ...

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Specs and Design for the Samsung Galaxy S5 Mini leak

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Samsung’s Galaxy S5 is enjoying great sales figures, and the phone, albeit far from being perfect, is generally liked by the general public and consumers world-wide. The Samsung Galaxy S5 is definitely a solid phone, and few current flagships can compete. Perhaps the only notable competition comes from the similar (and perhaps better) HTC One M8, and the upcoming LG ...

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