The next-generation console has sold an average of 111,111 units per day since launch.
Alienware again pushes the boundaries of laptop performance (and price) with high-end parts and a great-for-gaming 18-inch screen.
This week on Always On, we dig into the international Note 2, find out whether the ThinkPad X1 Carbon Ultra is as rugged as it claims, and check out cars that stop themselves and give massages on command.
This week, Always On unboxes the cult-fave Galaxy Note 2, tortures a supposedly rugged ThinkPad ultrabook, and drives a car that literally will not allow you to rear-end something.
Small businesses on a budget--as well as home users in search of a straightforward productivity machine--will love the rich features, decent performance, and rock-bottom price of the 14.1-inch Lenovo 3000 N200.
The Sony VAIO CR120 incorporates a handful of high-end features at a low--for Sony--price. Just don't expect its performance to handle higher-end applications.
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If you want that white MacBook look without buying a Mac, the Fujitsu LifeBook A3110 is pretty much the only game in town, as long as you're happy with the set-in-stone default specs and woeful battery life.
Oracle supplied the music service with software, but Qtrax's $1.8 million payment bounced, according to court documents.
Magico is set to introduce its least expensive speaker ever, the V2 floorstander for $18,000 a pair.
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