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Samsung shows off the Galaxy Core LTE, complete with 4.5-inch qHD display

The smartphone is a midrange offering for Samsung, and will be available in the UK in the second quarter of the year.

By February 18, 2014


U.S. consumers spend $4.5 billion on gaming in Q2

Research firm NPD says $1.44 billion was spent in the physical software channel, $1.74 billion on digital titles, social-networking games, and other content, and the rest on hardware. Spending is down from last quarter but up slightly from the same quarter last year.

By October 5, 2011


Laptop package makes a fashion statement

Women's e-tailer bundles Samsung Q45 with designer "Chili Pepper" bag.

By April 4, 2008


Keeping the shiny side up: Safety tech from Infiniti

Does the Infiniti Q45 make you a safer driver? ZDNet's Patrick Houston takes it for a spin to find out.

November 1, 2007


Infiniti takes tech to the streets

Patrick Houston hits the road to test drives the Infiniti Q45, and looks at how the information technology inside could make you a better driver.

November 1, 2007


Samsung P200: The £600 12-inch laptop

We've just got word of a new thin-and-light laptop from Samsung with some pretty interesting, if ridiculously named features. Protect-o-SoftGrip, anyone?

By March 4, 2008


Samsung R410 laptop: Cheap, attractive, breaks wrists

When the waif-like Korean girl demonstrating the R410 handed one over, proclaiming it was "really light", its 2.4kg chassis nearly snapped our arms out of their sockets

By May 14, 2008


LogMeIn can control some PCs, even when off

How can you be sure your data is safe when off doesn't mean inaccessible? A remote-control technology that is part of Intel's VPro architecture raises some security questions.

By September 19, 2009


What is Intel vPro exactly?

Intel's newest version of vPro proposes to do many things that a lot of consumers know little about.

By September 22, 2008


Achtung! Redone Infiniti M targets the Germans

Automotive News reports on Infiniti's new M sedan.

By April 1, 2010