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Review

Acer Iconia A1-810

The Acer Iconia A1-810 goes low on price, but the Google Nexus 7 costs about the same and is still the tablet to get with its sharper screen and more comfortable build.

July 1, 2013

3 stars Editors' rating July 1, 2013
Article

Apple releases faster iBooks (up to 1.42 GHz), adds sudden motion sensor, scrolling trackpad

Apple releases faster iBooks (up to 1.42 GHz), adds sudden motion sensor, scrolling trackpad

By July 26, 2005

Article

First impressions of Power Mac G4 Dual 1.42 GHz (FireWire 800)

First impressions of Power Mac G4 Dual 1.42 GHz (FireWire 800)

By March 3, 2003

Editors' Take

Apple eMac (Combo Drive)

The eMac's two baseline price points remain the same at $799 and $999, but each machine offers more for the money. Apple brings Tiger, a faster G4 processor, larger hard drives, and better graphics to the budget eMac. Read our First Take.

May 12, 2005

MSRP: $799.00

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EZNote 1.42 fixes Spell Catcher 8 conflict

EZNote 1.42 fixes Spell Catcher 8 conflict

By August 30, 1999

Article

iTunes 10.1 available now, but iOS 4.2 remains MIA

Sometimes I wonder why Apple doesn't blog or tweet about stuff like this so users wouldn't be left scratching their heads.

By November 12, 2010

Article

Rocket-car aims for 1,050 mph in 42 seconds (photos)

This gallery misstated the distance covered by the Bloodhound SSC. The actual distance traveled in one-hundredth of a second is about 10 feet.

By July 21, 2010

Gallery

Rocket car aims for 1,050 mph in 42 seconds (photos)

Bloodhound SSC, a project to build the ultimate land speed record car, gave the public its first view of a 1:1 scale model at the Farnborough International Airshow in Hampshire, England.

9 Images By July 20, 2010

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From 0 to 1,000 mph in 42 seconds

Meet Bloodhound, the 1,000 mph supersonic car. Actually, its top speed is 1,050 mph, but when you're a couple hundred miles an hour faster than the speed of sound, who's counting?

By July 20, 2010

Review

LG 42LB1DR

While the 42-inch LG 42LB1DR's unique built-in DVR will appeal to those who want to ditch the cable box, its disappointing picture quality and single-tuner DVR limit its appeal.

October 30, 2006

2.5 stars Editors' rating October 30, 2006

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