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Next week, redOrbit will be bringing on-site coverage of the 2013 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES), giving you the latest information about the hottest gadgets coming out this year.
The year is just beginning, and yet the consumer electronics sector has already seen its first fatality. Asus announced yesterday that it would discontinue production of its netbook line of portable computers.
Sources suggest Google has versions of the Chromebook in production at factories in Taiwan.
According to expert opinions, tablets will see a surge in sales this Black Friday in the U.S., and will enjoy the boast throughout 2013.
GIA announces the release of a comprehensive global report on Aftermarket for PC Accessories.
This new company features refurbished budget-friendly laptops. San Diego, CA (PRWEB) August 10, 2012 99 Dollar
Laptop Jacks, Inc., A provider of computer parts and services, announced the debut of their new patented, breakaway power connector, ProtectivePlug.
Dell is opening the door to open source again. Back in May the computer manufacturer announced its Project Sputnik that would bring developer laptops that utilize an open source operating system.
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