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Sony discontinued their Z Series Ultrabooks™, much to the ire of PC professionals. Many believed Sony would focus on unique Windows 8 computers, such as the VAIO Duo Ultrabooks with the slider form factor, or possibly join the fray of tablet/laptop hybrid computers that have capacitive touchscreens and detachable keyboards.

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Mobile gaming is growing rapidly with the advent of Sony’s Playstation Vita and an ever-expanding array of mobile devices including the iPad, iPhone, and a variety of Android phones and tablets. Each of these devices is capable of accessing a dedicated marketplace, giving the user the ability to browse and download a variety of games and applications.

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The Odyssey7 and Odyssey7Q boldly surpass Convergent Design’s previous offerings with a progressive feature set that not only serves the needs of today’s cutting-edge video technology but also attempts to “future-proof” the new product line with a range of optional firmware upgrades.

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Adobe has just released the newest version of their all-encompassing post-production tool that is highly beneficial to the contemporary digital photographer: Adobe Photoshop Lightroom 5. This version succeeds Lightroom 4 and adds an array of new features and tools.

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Standard high-definition 1920 x 1080 resolution monitors have become commonplace nowadays. But as everything else in the computer industry goes, so goes high-definition viewing. Get ready for 4K: super high-definition viewing.

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Tablets are taking over. Get used to it. Tablets are poised to surpass laptops by 2015, according to an IDC survey. ASUS has been in the thick of tablet production from the beginning, and has placed some verifiable winners in our hands in recent years—notably the Nexus 7, one of the most popular tablets after the iPad.

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The Cerevo LiveShell is a lightweight, easy-to-use, live-streaming device that connects directly to your camcorder or DSLR without the need for a computer. Use the LiveShell to stream live 480p video to the Web via services such as USTREAM, Livestream, or the RTMP server of your choice.

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With the EOS Rebel T5i, Canon has updated the top of its Rebel line of DSLR cameras with a model that follows closely on the heels of the very similar T4i.The Canon T5i features an 18MP APS-C-sized sensor, high-quality 1080p video recording at 30 fps, and it's got a fully articulating 3-inch touch screen.

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Celebrity portrait photographer Brian Smith shares the lessons he’s learned over the past 30 years capturing the faces of the famous and infamous as a top magazine portrait photographer. Smith also discusses his approach to editorial and commercial assignments.

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At last year’s Computex, Acer introduced their Aspire S7 Series Ultrabooks, which turned out to be solid examples of what Ultrabooks should be. The Acer Aspire S7 Series Ultrabooks provided reliable performance in a super-slim, ultra-portable design.

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Dual-band functionality has become commonplace in the networking world, as the majority of routers come with the ability to allocate specific tasks to either the 2.4 GHz or 5 GHz frequencies, resulting in faster, more efficient data-transfer speeds throughout entire networks.

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In this follow-up to "Digiscoping with Swarovski, Part 1", Larry Becker of Kelby Media goes beyond the specifics of using the Swarovski ATX series of scopes and gives some general tips and tricks for successful digiscoping with both DSLR and point-and-shoot cameras.

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ASUS is no stranger to hybrid computers. Last year at Computex, ASUS announced the Transformer P1801 18.4” Tablet & All-in-One Desktop Computer. Well, it looks like ASUS has not finished creating more hybrid devices because today at Computex, they announced another hybrid computer: the 11.6” Transformer Book Trio.

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Teaching notebook computers the art of yoga seems to be catching on, as the Dell is making a valiant attempt to master that art form with the XPS 11. This aesthetically pleasing laptop is expected to come equipped with an 11.6” high definition IPS multi-touch display supporting resolutions up to 2560 x 1440.

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Jonny Davenport shows you how to get up and running using onOne Software’s Perfect Photo Suite 7. He reviews the 7 plug-ins that are included in the Suite, showing you how to maximize your photography workflow and bring the best out of your imagery.

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