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Galaxy S6 iFixit teardown fares only slightly better

Very few will probably deny that the new Samsung Galaxy flagships are beautiful, but that beauty came with hidden costs. As exposed last week, the Galaxy S6 edge was a tough nut to crack, figuratively of course, when it came to repairing the smartphone with the fancy dual curved edge screen.

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Jawbone and AmEx want you to pay for stuff with your fitness band

If you're looking to get a little more mileage out of that fitness tracker, Jawbone and American Express are about to lend a hand. The duo is teaming up to bring a payment feature to the former company's line of gadgets

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Duracell Doesn’t Understand Wireless Charging

Wireless charging is one of those kinda-handy things that’s almost been about to go mainstream for five years now. But Duracell is tired of waiting for the wireless charging revolution

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Windows 10 for small tablets get leaked, still needs work

We've seen Windows 10 for desktops and larger tablets as well as some sneak peeks at the version for smartphones. So it's about high time that we hear something about the middle ground of the two: small tablets, which Microsoft defines as tablets with screens smaller than 8 inches. WinBeta was able to get its hands on a (hopefully) very … Continue reading

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Blizzard’s ‘Hearthstone’ card game lands on your smartphone

There goes your hope of staying productive at work. Blizzard has updated Hearthstone for Android and iOS to support smartphones, so you can indulge in its Warcraft-themed free-to-play card gaming while you're stuck in your cubicle

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Watch SpaceX Nearly Land A Rocket On A Barge

They say the line between genius and a multi-million-dollar flaming mess in the Pacific Ocean is razor-thin. Read more...

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Google honors Pony Express anniversary with Doodle game

You’ve likely heard of the Pony Express — it is a staple of western stories and modern lore, though it only lasted a year and half before coming to an end. It served a very important purpose, however, filling the gap that existed between far ranging travel and the widespread use of the telegraph. It ultimately proved to be a … Continue reading

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Dell has a Linux version of its sleek XPS 13 laptop

The nearly bezel-less Dell XPS 13 is one of our highest rated laptops, thanks namely to its compact size, attractive design and fast performance. But if Windows just isn't your preferred operating system, now there's another option to choose from: Li...

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This Siemens MRI Scanner Is a Beautiful Machine That Saves Lives

Siemens’ latest MRI machine ( Ma­gne­tom Pris­ma Tim+Dot Sys­tem 3 Tes­la ) is one of the most powerful, state of the art medical imaging devices in the marketplace. The first Magnetom Prisma 3-tesla MRI units was installed in the USA at the University of Minnesota a year ago

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Review: Lenovo W550s — an ultraportable workstation

Lenovo has been busy rolling out all manner of flexible, slim, and otherwise noteworthy laptops and tablets, but that doesn't mean it has turned a blind eye to one of its staple offerings: workstations. These laptops are designed for the demanding users among us, those who need a dedicated keypad for cranking out numbers, a large display, and hardware able … Continue reading

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