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AMD announces 'SkyBridge' chips to bring together X86 and ARM

AMD showed off "Seattle," its first ARM chips for servers. But more important was AMD's announcement of "SkyBridge," which will bring together ARM and AMD's traditional X86 chips.

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Tested: 6 new travel routers that can deploy a secure Wi-Fi network almost anywhere

We've evaluated a half-dozen models and will help you find the one that's right for your needs.

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Electric impulses make this device a true touchscreen

The Hamsa Touch project converts images from a screen into electrical impulses, helping users with impaired vision feel what's on a screen.

Make guacamole the Greenbot way

We love two green things in this world -- the Android robot and guacamole. Here's how we combined the two on Cinco de Mayo.

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How to organize your browser by using pinned tabs

Keep your favorite Web apps organized in your browser.

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AVADirect Quiet Gaming PC review: This box is as easy on your ears as it is on your wallet

PCs don't need to be loud to be powerful. AVADirect proves they don't need to be expensive, either.

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MacBook Air review: A little faster, a little slower, a little more affordable

The new 2014 MacBook Air offers a small speed increase in processor speed, but it's still a good value. (This review has been updated to include the $1099 11-inch MacBook Air with 256GB of flash storage.)

on macworld.com

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Facebook grows up as a software firm, though some developers are wary

Facebook's new tools raise questions for some developers at F8

App Invasion: Make your mornings less stressful with Morning

Instead of swapping between different apps to check the weather, your calendar, and your to-do list, Morning keeps all of that info and more in one spot.

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Facebook’s Anonymous Login is a way for apps to earn your trust

The new login tool means you don’t have to sign up for countless apps you might never use again.

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