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Razer's largest store yet opens in Las Vegas on September 7th

Soon, you won’t have to make a pilgrimage to San Francisco if you’re determined to visit a Razer store in the US. The gaming giant is opening its largest store yet, and just its second in the US, at The LINQ Promenade in Las Vegas on September 7th. The shop (not yet pictured) will span 2,400 square feet across two floors, and it’ll once again be characterized as a “gaming…
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HP CEO Dion Weisler will step down in November

Following four years at the helm of HP, CEO Dion Weisler will step down in November. The Palo Alto-based PC maker today announced that its Australian chief executive will be leaving his role due to “family health” reasons. Enrique Lores, the current president of…
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Lenovo’s Smart Clock becomes a more capable home hub

The Lenovo Smart Clock already won Best of CES 2019 and earned our approval, but it’s not done adding features. Today, Google announced a few welcomed updates that bring the device more in line with the Google Home Hub. Thanks to an automatic software update rolling…
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iPhone Pro, new iPad and 16-inch MacBook Pro details emerge

As usual before the fall, Apple’s next batch of products are coming into focus. A Bloomberg report has given us our best glimpse yet at the new hardware, including “Pro” iPhones that’ll replace the XS and XS Max, refreshed iPads and iPad Pro models, and a larger 16-inch MacBook Pro. While we’ve seen rumors of the new iPhones having three cameras throughout the year…
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Dell's XPS 13 now comes with the latest Intel 10th-gen processors

Intel has unveiled its 10th-gen Core processors for ultraportable laptops, so naturally, there are some new laptop announcements, too. Probably the best known ultraportable is Dell’s XPS 13, and that model can now be purchased with Intel’s 10th-generation, six-core U-series Core i7 CPUs, Dell announced. While these aren’t the 10-nanometer chips you might have been waiting for…
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FAA issues flight ban on 2015 MacBook Pros with faulty batteries

If you have a 2015 model of the 15-inch MacBook Pro, you may want to take up Apple on its free battery replacement offer before bringing it with you on a flight. The US Federal Aviation Administration has banned the model — particularly those sold between September 2015 and February 2017 — from flights after Apple issued a recall in June. Cupertino said those laptops’ batteries…
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