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Apple iMac with Retina 5K display review: Pixel-packed powerhouse
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Apple iMac with Retina 5K display review: Pixel-packed powerhouse

By 13 November 2014

With ultra-high definition resolutions becoming increasingly commonplace, the desire for pixel-packed screens is bigger than ever. And the Apple iMac with Retina display surpasses the 4K trend that is eking its way into the home cinema space by offering... >>

Lenovo ThinkPad 10 tablet and ThinkStation P300 desktop shown off

Lenovo ThinkPad 10 tablet and ThinkStation P300 desktop shown off

By 13 May 2014

Lenovo has taken the wraps off two new products: the ThinkPad 10 tablet and ThinkStation P300 desktop. The ThinkPad 10 tablet has a 10-inch 1920 x 1020 IPS display and comes with 4G connectivity, a digitiser pen, 4GB of RAM and up to 128 GB of storage.... >>

Apple CEO Tim Cook jokes about iRing in interview with ABC

Apple CEO Tim Cook jokes about iRing in interview with ABC

By 25 January 2014

It's not often Apple executives sit down for an interview, but to celebrate the Mac's thirtieth anniversary on Friday, Apple CEO Tim Cook talked candidly with ABC News. It's a rare look inside such a secret company.  Cook, along with Apple executives... >>

Tablet or desktop? Lenovo releases 19.5-inch Android all-in-one

Tablet or desktop? Lenovo releases 19.5-inch Android all-in-one

By 6 January 2014

Lenovo has announced an all-in-one Android computer, dubbed the N308, during CES 2014. It makes us wonder: should we call this a desktop or just a really big tablet? The 19.5-inch touchscreen machine runs Android Jelly Bean 4.2, with a Nvidia Tegra quad-core... >>

Apple's new Mac Pro is easy to take apart and fix, says iFixit

Apple's new Mac Pro is easy to take apart and fix, says iFixit

By 31 December 2013

The new, cylindrical Mac Pro has landed on the operating table at iFixit, where the teardown surgeons have just awarded a final repairability score. Apple doesn't want you to take apart and replace components in its products. This is a fact of life, really.... >>


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