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Amazon Leaps Ahead Of Apple In Tablet Satisfaction Rankings

The iPad might be the best selling tablet in the world, but in terms of customer satisfaction, Amazon tablet owners are the overall happiest with their purchase, according to J.D. Power's 2014 U.S. Tablet Satisfaction Study -- Volume 2. Now in its third year, the study measures customer satisfaction across five categories. In order of importance,...

    


HotHardware's Halloween Spook-Tacular Giveaway, With AMD and Gigabyte!

Just in time for Halloween, HotHardware, AMD and Gigabyte have teamed up to put together one heck of a spook-tacular giveaway! This time around we're giving two of you incredibly intelligent, and dare we say, immensely awesome HotHardware fans a chance to win an eight-core AMD FX-9590 Liqid-Cooled Edition processor and a slick Gigabyte...

    


Asus G751 Gaming Laptop: Mobile Maxwell Done Right

The PC laptop market is a funny place. Good laptops are fairly easy to find, but great laptops are staggeringly rare. This is true even at the boutique end of the market, where manufacturers have a tendency to choose powerful components, but cram them into a chassis that can't handle the heat without sounding like a jet turbine, or pick great,...

    


Super Hot Deals On LG Smart HDTVs, Dell Inspiron Laptops, Dell Mobile Projectors And More

It’s almost time to close out another work week, but not before serving up the latest batch of HOT deals, direct from our friends at TechBargains. On the menu this spooky Halloween night, we have deals on an LG 40" 4K Smart LED 40UB8000 HDTV, a Dell Inspiron 15 (5000-series) laptop with Windows 7, the Google Nexus 7 32GB Tablet, and...

    


Hungarian Government To Forego Internet Tax In Wake Of Mass Protests

Thousands of Hungarian citizens took to the streets in Budapest to protest against the pending Internet tax that was being debated by the established regime. As a result of the protests, Prime Minister Viktor Orban told the Hungarian media that the internet tax will be removed from the country’s budget. "This tax in its current form...

    


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