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Sony, LG, Panasonic, Samsung and Sharp will no longer be marketing their TVs and Blu-Ray players as \"WiFi ready\" in Australia unless they're actually ready to connect to a WiFi network. Many products labeled as such often require the additional purchase of a $100-$120 AUD ($80-$100) dongle, and th

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We haven't had a chance to head on down to The Hague to have a look-see for ourselves, but Dutch tech site Webwereld spotted some more inconsistencies in Apple's Samsung lawsuit filings. This time the culprit is a shrunken Galaxy S, standing side-by-side with an identically tall iPhone 3G -- when i

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How big is the Notion Ink Adam's screen? Well, it depends on what time you looked at the company's site today. If you were one of the unlucky folks who saw the image titled \"preordernow.jpg,\" the screen's a tiny bit smaller and the bezel a tad larger than it is for all the fortunate peeps pre-order

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Could some Best Buy \"sales\" not really be sales at all? Shocking, we know, but stay with us for a minute. As Consumerist reports, the mega retailer seems to have recently begun advertising some laptops at prices that are actually higher than their regular price, and then taking things one step furt

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According to a state judge in Albany, New York, Dell and its financing arm \"engaged in deceptive business practices related to financing promotions for its computers and technical support.\" The decision, which was just released yesterday, contained quotes from NY State Supreme Court Justice Joseph C

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