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Wearables Right or Wrong? Why Apple was wise to not unveil iWatch

In Episode 4 of his weekly video segment, Jon Phillips riffs on Sony's Smartband, Google's latest high-fashion Glass frames, and the Apple iWatch that never materialized.

What's next for Intel: Cheaper 4K, new Core M chip and 3D cameras

Watch highlights from Intel’s event at Computex outlining what’s next for the chipmaker in mobile and PCs.

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Sanho's iStick bridges iOS/OS X gap to ease file transfer

The storage device features both USB and Lightning connectors

Intel wants to eliminate PC wires by 2016

The chipmaker is working on wireless technologies that will let you charge, dock, display and transfer data from a computer without any cables.

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We snuck an unauthorized hands-on with Asus' super-thin Transformer Book T300 Chi

Initial specs suggest that the hybrid device is slimmer than the Macbook Air

Asus unveils Transformer Book V at Computex

The Transformer Book V is a smartphone, tablet, and laptop that can run both Windows and Android.

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Apple's new OS X Yosemite will be free upgrade, with deeper ties to iOS than ever before

Due this fall, OS X Yosemite will include major changes to the interface and underlying system components. The iOS integration will let you handle calls and messaging from the desktop. Coolest of all: a free public beta program to test the OS before it ships.

Acer rolls out Iconia Tab 8 with full HD display at Computex

Get a look at Acer's higher-end 8-inch Android tablet and its first wearable, the Liquid Leap fitness tracker.

Hands on with the Asus MeMO Pad 7

This 7-inch Android tablet introduced at Computex runs on a 64-bit Intel Atom quad-core processor and has some new practical software and camera features.

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Hands-on: Dell's new Venue 7 and 8 tablets are cheap but packed with features

Dell's Venue 7 and 8 have some of the latest display and wireless technologies seen in cheap Android tablets

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