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Wong Gathot
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Why cross-platform gaming is Microsoft's secret weapon
Microsoft has taken major heat for its recent reinvention efforts, but amid public lambasting of Windows 8 and the Surface tablets, a critical new development has largely been ignored: The company has both the hardware and software to dominate the four most...

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Review: Razer Edge Pro tablet insane performance that's completely impractical
PC gaming is poised to break free from the desktop. It just needs a device that delivers fast frame rates and lush graphics in an affordable, portable package. Enter the Razer Edge Pro, a Windows 8 tablet built expressly for playing PC games on the go. The ...

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Lenovo ThinkPad Twist review: A great business tool
Lenovo’s ThinkPad Twist is the latest in a string of Windows 8-running tablet-laptop hybrids, and it’s a little different from the competition. Mainly, it’s a business-oriented tablet-laptop (excuse me, tablet-Ultrabook) hybrid that stays true (sort of) to ...

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Deep inside Windows 8.1's hidden new features
After months of teasing and torture, the Windows 8.1 Developer Preview is finally here, ready to deliver us from many of Windows 8’s glaring flaws. You’ve no doubt already heard about Windows 8.1’s biggest new features: The Start button is back, Bing owns t...

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Bringing brains to computers
For decades, scientists have fantasized about creating robots with brain-like intelligence. This year, researchers tempted by that dream made great progress on achieving what has been called the holy grail of computing. Today, a wide variety of efforts are ...

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Biologically inspired: How neural networks are finally maturing
More than two decades ago, neural networks were widely seen as the next generation of computing, one that would finally allow computers to think for themselves. Now, the ideas around the technology, loosely based on the biological knowledge of how the mamma...

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$38 tablet computer coming to U.S.
London-based Datawind said it will begin selling its $38 UbiSlate tablet computer in the United States early next year. The company, which claims its tablets outsell Apple's iPad in India, plans to sell three models in the United States, ranging in price fr...
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