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Nanotech Nuvola NP-1 – Storage Visions 2014 Update

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Continuing with our coverage of Storage Visions 2014, Technology X got the opportunity to speak with David Foley, the Founder and Senior Technologist of Nanotech Entertainment. With the increased adoption of consumer 4K televisions, comes the new challenge of producing devices that can stream 4K content to your new TV. You can check out the Nanotech Nuvola NP-1 over at ... Read More »

Nexus 7 — Faster, Sleeker, Beautiful, HD


Announced today at the Google Press Event is a new HD Nexus 7, running stock android 4.3. The HD Nexus7 sports a sleeker and thinner profile.  While keeping the original 7.02” screen size, the new display has been upgraded from 1280×800 to a full 1920×1200 high resolution screen. Pixels per inch have been increased from 216 to 323. Google claims ... Read More »

Microsoft Smartwatch In The Works?

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The smartwatch game has just begun and company names such as Google, Samsung, Apple, and LG are reportedly creating a smartwatch. These companies can add another name to their list: Microsoft. According to the Wall Street Journal, Microsoft has tasked some suppliers with the job to deliver some components of a smartwatch. This small development does not mean that the ... Read More »

Lenovo Introduces $429 X131e Chromebook Variant Focused Towards Education Environments

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Lenovo’s ThinkPad lineup has always garnered the company much respect and success over the years, and it seems as though that will continue for a long time to come. Already having a Windows 8 variant, the ThinkPad X131e will come with Google’s Chrome OS starting February 26, effectively making it a Chromebook. Samsung and Acer are already in the Chromebook ... Read More »

Google Nexus 7 Tablet Review (16GB Wi-Fi Only)

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After Google’s foray into the consumer hardware space in 2008 with the G1, Android products have improved drastically. In 2012, it made sense to join the tablet scene, and in July, Google introduced the Nexus 7. This followed with the announcement of the 32 GB Nexus 7 in November and, with  a price decrease for the 16 GB model to ... Read More »

Google Refuses To Release Apps for Windows 8 and Windows Phone 8

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In a surprising move by Google,  they have stated that they have no plans to release native applications for Windows 8 or Windows Phone 8. This includes Gmail and Drive, apps that most mobile users access on a daily basis and take for granted. Clay Bavor, Google Apps product manager has announced that “We have no plans to build out Windows ... Read More »