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Lenovo ThinkPad X1 (2nd gen) review – CNET

Lenovo’s second stab at the versatile ThinkPad X1 Tablet is so subtle, you’d never be able to tell from the looks of it. The latest model of the high-end two-in-one hybrid has new 7th-gen Intel processors (up to Core i7) and optional WiGig and LTE-A Wireless WAN connectivity. Otherwise, the ...

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What we're using in July

I was perfectly happy with my old system, an Amped Wireless long-range RTA15 router paired with a REA20 repeater. Unfortunately, an idiotic electrician failed to spot that the latter device was connected to a power strip that was intentionally pinned behind a wardrobe. Belligerently yanking his power drill to squeeze ...

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BUBM Travel Cable Bag, Ultra-compact Electronics Gadget Organiser Case for Data Cables, Chargers, Plugs, Memory Cards, CF Cards and More–a Sleeve Pouch Fits for iPad Mini (Medium, PU Leather)

Buy now £15.99 BUBM–Be Unique Be Myself Set Yourself Free Are you troubled about jumbled cables? Do you root around(or often tip out all your items) in the search for the right cable? BUBM Bags are perfect to store your electronics accessories without searching all over the place. Multi-Function: Cable ...

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Watch the Faraday Future FF91 set a Pikes Peak record

The word “production” is used pretty loosely here, as the car that raced to the clouds is a 1,050-horsepower beta prototype, and the FF91 hasn’t gone into commercial production yet. Driver and principal engineer Robin Shute said the car had some safety modifications, as well as smaller wheels and tires. ...

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Andy Rubin’s Playground Ventures is raising another $15M

Playground Ventures — the VC fund co-founded by Android inventor and former Google exec Andy Rubin that sits alongside an eponymous incubator/startup studio and is making some big bets in areas like artificial intelligence and new generations of hardware– is raising more money. A Form D filed with the SEC ...

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