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Unless you've been living under a proverbial rock, you've at least a passing familiarity with Twitter's #Music service, and today the platform given us another reason to check it out, thanks to the addition of genre charts. When #Music launched a month ago, it provided the means to discover and he

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At last, the webOS-empowered TouchPad, HP's answer to the growing tablet market. And make no mistake, it's coming in with guns blazing -- specs-wise, the slate stands up pretty well to the competition currently in play (e.g. iPad) and the other up-and-comers not quite out the gate (e.g. Motorola Xo

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Samsung's Galaxy Tab. You know our thoughts on the device, so let's assume you've passed the \"should I buy it?\" question and onto the more specific, \"whom should I sign on with?\" You're certainly not bereft of choices: by the end of November, five of the six largest US carriers (sorry, MetroPCS) wi

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Boy, do we have a nice slab of data for you to sink your teeth into today. The 3-year service history of more than 30,000 laptops has been pored over, analyzed, and reduced to gorgeous comparative charts, which you know you're dying to know more about. We should note, however, that the service was

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We know, it's tough to believe, but Amazon's recent Buy 1 Get 1 free offer on Blu-ray titles has skyrocketed a number of BD films to the top of its curiously named DVD rankings. Granted, we saw the exact same thing happen to the red camp just days ago, but just in case the dead horse needed one mor

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ThinkSecret has unearthed what appears to be a screenshot of the oft-rumoured forthcoming spreadsheet application expected to ship with a future version of iWork -- either the app is still very early in development, or Apple plans to take its minimalist design ethic to new heights (lows?) with this

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Charts. Oh how people love 'em. The DVD Wars have taken the time and effort to compare HD DVD and Blu-ray with the data off Amazon. They charted everything from the average selling price to the sales ranking of the titles. HD DVD does come out on top of almost all these categories, but then again, w

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