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- Dell Alienware Area-51 gaming desktop gets complete makeover – Northern Voices Online
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- Nintendo just announced a new console, but not the one you were expecting
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- Niall Is Making Luxury Watches In Kansas City
- Nintendo Announces The “New Nintendo 3DS”
- Starfish Aims To Prevent Accidental Heatstroke Deaths By Alerting Parents To Children Left In Cars
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- Nokia’s Here Maps Its Future On Samsung With Its First Android And Tizen Apps
- Prepare For The Smartwatch Assault
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- Samsung licenses HERE maps, still trying to escape the Google ecosystem
- Haswell-E arrives, bringing a $999 8-core desktop CPU with it
- Report: Google developing product delivery service via drones
- Microsoft finally tries to de-crap the Windows Store
- LG G Watch R is official, potentially the best looking smartwatch yet
- “Wish we could say more”: Apple makes the September 9 event official
- Leap Motion gets a head-mounted upgrade, becomes a VR controller
- Flaw lets hackers break your WiFi router's security with one guess
- Openmix: a tiny mobile accessory that lets you play pretend DJ
- Feedback Loop: UI annoyances, remotes and speed-reading apps!
- Twitter makes it easier to decide who you'll follow first
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- Report: Apple "Considering" iWatch Prices Up to $400
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