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Android Wear watches at IFA: Handicapping Asus, LG and Motorola wearables bit.ly/1qjiBVJ pic.twitter.com/DLzoHSFznA
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Some tablets are better for work than others. Here's our top six picks for productivity. bit.ly/1nmkxbn pic.twitter.com/2QC35s0JTU
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The WallyHome sniffs out water leaks in your home. Here's @sfsooz's review via @TechHive bit.ly/1x1JX7G pic.twitter.com/n4GSVUHa1I
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#Facebook wants you to know you can trust their messenger app. bit.ly/1tTPRE8 #privacy pic.twitter.com/bsnACfrhS8
Need a tablet to head back to school with? These are the best Android tablets for students. pic.twitter.com/9wwNEIhSwj
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China wants Microsoft to explain “compatibility problems” with Windows and Office software" within 20 days. bit.ly/1qjeIjM
Did your laptop's #touchpad stop working? @LincolnSpector shows you how diagnose the problem. bit.ly/1nmb5oH pic.twitter.com/XkDEF8jvqM
Europe’s 700MHz band should be freed for mobile broadband by 2020, a report to the European Commission recommends. bit.ly/1nmbLKB
Play WITH your friends, not against them. These are the 11 best PC co-op games around. bit.ly/1ltlPWo pic.twitter.com/VkY2xfVr6e
#CryptoWall infected over 600,000 computers in the past 6 months, making over $1.1 million. bit.ly/1B1OVjq pic.twitter.com/mnONNo8RgQ
Facebook is testing a way to let users of its mobile app search for posts shared with them in the past. bit.ly/XZ8Amb
Apple will keep pushing for a sales ban on Samsung products, despite court ruling. bit.ly/1B1LYj2
Don't hold your breath: Apple wearable won't ship until 2015. Via @OneJaredNewman & @TechHive bit.ly/1wOQenf pic.twitter.com/4gwQqOqW4g
In our Lord of the Rings: Shadow of Mordor preview, @haydencd exacts revenge on an uru nemesis bit.ly/XZ2qTi pic.twitter.com/sdh5NHGcm7
VIDEO: Boston-based machine shop Bolt helps software startups with hardware design. bit.ly/1pcVpmT pic.twitter.com/HJsJZJpq7e
Reasearch firm IDC says tablet sales are to grow by just 6.5% in 2014 bit.ly/1B1uSSi pic.twitter.com/8HsUoPzXN7
Still having a problem updating Windows 7? Changing DNS settings may help. Via @markhachman bit.ly/1n4ElQs pic.twitter.com/7ikvkzs19S
Moto X+1 preview: What the rumors say about Motorola's next flagship, coming next week. bit.ly/1lA0MSu pic.twitter.com/xlRuxSMIlq
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Hate desktop clutter? @ianpaul shows you how to clear your Windows 8.1 desktop of pesky icons. (fixed) bit.ly/1pqs5zw
Alienware's Area-51 PC reborn as a powerful Haswell-E... TRIANGLE??!! @haydencd explains. bit.ly/VSXsFS pic.twitter.com/v5TPQ65Zxr
Intel turns its attention to desktop performance, unveils 8-core Haswell-E processor bit.ly/VSWdXm by @BrowniesHQ
.@haydencd played 100 turns of Civilization: Beyond Earth, the upcoming sequel to Civ V. K pcworld.com/article/259943… pic.twitter.com/HG2lKTOn7X
Chrome beta gets a guest mode and an easy-peasy profile switcher. @ianpaul goes hands-on. bit.ly/Z0iS5L
Those controversial ads have slipped into Firefox's nightly builds—and they're really not that bad. bit.ly/VVdDCp by @ianpaul
Weekend ahoy! @BradChacos reveals 10 obscure Steam features that can power up your PC gaming bit.ly/1vUfZy9 pic.twitter.com/GRSLKPDhJ7
Review: Windows Phone 8.1 makes HTC's flagship One M8 feel fresher than Android in some ways bit.ly/1C9jeGC pic.twitter.com/Ny5mCcGIOL
Are you a Time Warner Cable customer having problems accessing Microsoft services? You're not alone. pcworld.com/article/259999… via @markhachman
Can Gundam fans build an actual moving robot? The challenge begins NOW. pcworld.com/article/260026… pic.twitter.com/VN47QA48T3
Archos plans a $149 8-inch Windows tablet to launch at IFA. Are small Windows tablets back? pcworld.com/article/260030… via @markhachman
HTC One Remix review: A pricey mid-range phone that's worth the splurge. bit.ly/1teXVAF pic.twitter.com/gqsde498Lb
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Leap Motion will piggyback on the Oculus Rift. Gestures + VR = the future! pcworld.com/article/260020… via @OneJaredNewman pic.twitter.com/qb4aQHn5y8
OneDrive for Android now can access OneDrive for Business AND personal acct. pcworld.com/article/259980… via @markhachman pic.twitter.com/KnbtQD59ML
Apple announces Sep. 9 press event in Cupertino, with tag "Wish we could say more." macw.us/XVKoB8
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So what does the end of mainstream Windows 7 support mean to YOU? Lincoln Spector explains. (Hint: Don't panic!) bit.ly/1or2H6y
A smiley face for every race & gender: If iDiversicons has its way, the future of emoticons will embrace everybody. bit.ly/YYojCb
Wikipedia wants Congressional staffers to contribute, but bias is a big concern. bit.ly/XVtMti
Finally! Microsoft cracks down on deceptive Windows Store 'crap apps,' starts by purging 1500 bit.ly/1ly9C39 by @markhachman
6 powerful Google Drive features you're probably not using bit.ly/VPDYly by @derekwalter pic.twitter.com/G9TlgPs7Ek
From business portables to gaming laptops, these are the 10 best notebooks of 2014 (so far) bit.ly/1sHhCx2 pic.twitter.com/Z3pqW2aL8D
LG G Watch R is the #AndroidWear device that outstyles Moto360. Or is Greenbot wrong? bit.ly/1AVSlEw pic.twitter.com/boztJoTKPU
PC shipments to have slower decline in 2014; Chromebooks, Windows XP upgrades drive purchases bit.ly/XTIilu pic.twitter.com/g04gK5S6YY
Microsoft republished a fixed version of a Windows update which requires a registry hack. bit.ly/1nFbAd4 pic.twitter.com/b2GlJIqQmx
Apple's wearable may see the light of day in during the company's Sept. 9 announcement. bit.ly/1p91n8o pic.twitter.com/V2WLSy4Gyp
Security vulnerabilities on the decline but risk assessment is often flawed, says IBM bit.ly/1qyJQeJ
In October, you can buy the $100 Xbox One Kinect for $150. But it comes with a "free" game! bit.ly/1AUTMTC pic.twitter.com/Z89CXMDmM3
Samsung has started production of DDR4 DRAM that will be stacked vertically on DIMMs. bit.ly/1p8IZMN pic.twitter.com/mXWSL1Y8nj
Kyocera Brigadier review: An ugly, indestructible mid-range phone... with a sapphire screen. bit.ly/1nDjHHe pic.twitter.com/SFvQfqpS8u
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Microsoft is making Visual Studio Online available to occasional contributors for free. bit.ly/1vSoQ3A pic.twitter.com/3WP6Z8aO20
A developer trys to keep the hope alive by releasing an unofficial "Service Pack 4" for XP bit.ly/1vShbSJ pic.twitter.com/PsjEElWEj1
This USB Condom promises to protect your dongle from infected ports bit.ly/1tVDc1J by @BradChacos pic.twitter.com/uhXmHIMh1R