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Meet the ZTE Mimosa X: The First NVIDIA Tegra 2 Phone with an Icera Modem

Targeted toward budget-minded buyers, the ZTE Mimosa X has a 4.3-inch display, HSPA+ support and a 5-megapixel camera.

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Asus U46SV Review: Fast, Comfortable, Enduring, but Too Much Software

Great performance, battery life, and ergonomics highlight this all-purpose laptop, but Asus goes overboard with the "value-added" utilities.

Worst of CES 2012: What Really Bugged Us About Tech's Largest Gathering

We didn't let massive monorail lines, overly slick PR pitches, gigantic crowds, and lack of sleep prevent us from pinpointing some the worst of CES 2012. In fact, it was pretty easy. Here's what we hated about this year's tech Lollapalooza.

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MSI Launches Souped Up GT685 Gaming Laptop

This 15.6-inch laptop features top-of-the-line hardware, including the Nvidia GeForce GTX 580M graphics card.

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Processors: What to Expect From CPUs in 2012

What does the future hold for processors? We expect more speed and less power consumption, lurking behind unassuming code names such as Ivy Bridge, Piledriver, and Tegra 3.

Quad-Core Phones: What to Expect in 2012

Revolutionary a year ago, dual-core mobile processors are now standard; next, chipmakers say, quad-core processors will support mobile multitasking comparable to the performance of a desktop computer.

Tablets in 2012: What to Expect

As tablets move into their adolescence, what changes will we see?

AVADirect X7200: The Ultimate “Laptop in Name Only”

Though it’s not something you’d ever want to balance on your knees, if you need desktop performance in a compact package, the X7200 delivers--at a steep price.

NVIDIA Gives Glimpse of Ice Cream Sandwich on Transformer Prime

Asus' tablet seems to be able to render 1080p video and run a graphics-intensive game called Riptide pretty flawlessly for at least a few seconds.

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Asus G53SX: Monster Performance in a Monster Machine

The Asus G53SX is built for a very specific person: a gamer who doesn't care about basic multimedia functionality or portability.