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2013

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Apparently, Softpedia is still trolling the Microsoft Community forums, as the site has come across another problem Windows 8.1 upgraders are experiencing: limited or no Wi-Fi connectivity. The site reports that the problem was first related to the Surface tablets, but customers on PCs and other non-Microsoft Windows 8.1 tablets are facing the same issues.

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Liliputing has noticed that Hewlett-Packard quietly rolled out an 11.6-inch Pavilion x2 11t hybrid with a Pentium N3510 processor. This solution reportedly stands out among all the other hybrids on the market because it’s one of the first to use that specific Pentium processor.

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Debian 6.0 Hits “Freeze” Stage of Development Debian 6.0, also known as Squeeze, has just arrived at its “freeze” stage. What this basically means is that all of its features and vital characteristics have already been added and developers are currently working together among themselves as well as with prospective users to work out any remaining kinks or errors that still have not been addressed.

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After enjoying a long period of being the only game in Tablet Town, the iPad finally has a legitimate challenger, and this challenger is the Motorola XOOM. While the tablet format only allows for so many differences between different models, the XOOM makes a strong case for itself with many unique features and advantages that are sure to leave the iPad shaking in its boots.

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It’s been a long time since Apple delivered unto us a proper redesign of the iPad. The original, boxy, first-gen tablet lived for about 11 months, replaced in 2011 by a far slinkier version. The tapered design language survived, more or less unchanged, for a further 2.5 years — a lifetime in the consumer electronics world. That period was punctuated by two updates, bringing faster chips and a better display, but it’s a full refresh we’ve all been waiting for, something to make the good ol’ iPad look and feel truly new.

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