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Dell Unveils Tablets, Monitors, 2-in-1s, and All-in-Ones

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Dell unveiled a variety of new products at Computex in Taiwan, including new Dell Venue Tablets, All-in-One PCs, Multimedia Monitors, and Inspiron 2-in-1 devices.

The Dell Venue 7 and Venue 8 Tablets run on Android Kit Kat and are powered by Intel Atom Z3460 and Z3480 processors, respectively. They offer …

MEGATech Preview: Block Story for PC (Steam)

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With so many games doing the “Early Access” pseudo-release these days, the line between preview and review is becoming increasingly blurred. Block Story was initially released last year on iOS and Android, and last month saw its PC debut. Developer Mind Blocks is going the early access route in an …

Diamond Releases the WR600NSI Wireless Range Extender

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What’s your favorite type of band? Rock? What about country or maybe heavy metal? My favorite type of band is dual band.

I’ll be here all week.

Diamond has released their new Dual Band 2.4Ghz/5.0Ghz Wireless 802.11n Range Extender, the WR600NSI, which is sure to satisfy all of your …

MEGATech Showcase: Get Your Kitchen Geek On

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Everyone needs to eat, right? Some of us are good at cooking, some of us are good at microwaving something from a box, and some of us are better off paying someone else to make us food. Me, I fall into the first category, but my love of food dovetails …

Sony Crams 185TB of Data on One Cassette Tape

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First there was VHS. Then, there was Betamax (which lost to VHS). Then, there was LaserDisc. Then along came DVDs, which have slowly been giving way to Blu-ray. Now, there is the cassette tape.

Wait, what? We went backwards in time and also jumped from video formats to a format …

IDAPT Modulo: The Expandable, Portable Battery For Everyone

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Digital mobility is great, isn’t it? You’ve got all your gadgets at your fingertips, ready to use at a moment’s notice. Until their batteries die, that is. Manufacturers are getting better are designing devices that don’t go through batteries as quick as you can charge them, but we all still …