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Friday, October 18, 2013
Amazon.com said it is now shipping the latest version of its Kindle Fire tablet, a few days before Apple holds an event where it is expected to announce a new lineup of its iPad tablets.
Apple has determined that certain 64GB and 128GB flash storage drives used in the previous generation of MacBook Air systems may fail and thus, the company is offering free replacements.
NVIDIA announced Gamestream this morning, along with the G-Sync, a module for gaming monitors that helps alleviate screen tearing issues, and the new GeForce GTX 780 Ti graphics card.
Last month at its unveiling of the AMD Radeon R9 and R7 Series GPUs, AMD announced a technology called Mantle. Mantle is giving developers low-level access to PC graphics hardware and AMD has today provided more details about it.
Lenovo today announced the Lenovo A10, a dual-mode laptop and the company's first to run on Android 4.2 OS.
ASUS today announced Transformer Book T100, a 10.1-inch ultraportable laptop with an Intel Atom 'Bay Trail' quad-core processor and a detachable HD display that can be used as a standalone Windows 8.1 tablet.
IBM scientists have developed a new mobile authentication security technology based on the near-field communication (NFC) radio standard. The technology provides an extra layer of security when using an NFC-enabled device and a contactless smartcard to conduct mobile transactions.
Japan Display has developed new display prototypes for both tablets, including a 7.0-inch Wide-QXGA display with a resolution of 432ppi.
Fujifilm's new X-E2 and X-Q1 cameras share the image processing power of the company'sX100s and X20 but are both available at more affordable prices.
Possibly the most interesting leak of the Nexus 5 came from Google itself, when the Nexus 5 'accidentally' appeared on Google Play, with starting price of $349.

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