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Device Decisions: Picking the Right Tablet for You

Navigating the ever-expanding tablet market doesn't have to be complicated. Honestly answering some basic questions can help quickly narrow your focus. Are you really looking to just triage work emails, browse the web and review spreadsheets, or is editing photos and playing PC-quality games the goal? Your responses make choosing between Intel's Atom and Core i processor line the natural place to start. Next, what about Android or Windows 8? How about screen size? Chances are, there's an Intel-powered tablet available that meets (and beats) all of your requirements. Our buying guide video breaks down some of the best options on the market today, giving you more time to focus on far more important things, like correcting that slice.

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Why choose when you can have both?

Twice the Device: Tracking the Rise of the 2-in-1

Sick of juggling multiple device? You're not alone. So called 2-in-1s can offer the best-of-both-worlds solution, combining the productivity of a laptop with the fun and convenience of a tablet. Check out our video for a rundown of this growing new gadget category and start plotting your new streamlined future today.

Two of a kind

Microsoft Surface Windows RT & Windows 8 Pro Tablets

It was no secret that Microsoft intended to make their new crown jewel Windows 8 operating system equally capable on both desktops as well as their eventual potential replacements -- tablets. Few predicted, though, that the house that Bill built

History in the Remaking

Commodore Amiga Mini

After a long absence, the once popular Amiga brand is back, courtesy of its parent company Commodore. The revival, dubbed the Amiga Mini, like a Leprachaun in a boxing ring, is short in stature, but big at heart. With obvious

A chip off the future block

Breakthroughs: Microprocessors

The history of modern computing began in the 1950s with the development of reliable, discrete transistors, which were smaller, consumed less power, ran much cooler, and remained operational longer compared to the vacuum tube designs used in the first generation of

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My Life on the Go: Relax


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As much as we love our home theaters, they don’t exactly pack well. So, in this second part of the My Life on the Go series we decided to

Spreadsheets no more

My Life on the Go: Create


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It's no secret computers are just as much a tool for serving personal expression as they are tools for business -- sometimes the two being one in the same. Recently,

Dinner, Discussion, Direction

The Smart Lives of Smart Men | Part 1: Today

Question: How is technology changing the lives of men and the world we live in? Rather than look to the usual pundits for the same canned responses, we decided to hunt down answers by inviting a group of friends and colleagues to the Royalton Hotel penthouse for an off the