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Over the last few years, both home and business users have felt the need to edit their office documents on the go, without resorting to local software. Many solutions have shun as winners providing this; Apple is now stepping up to the plate and bringing its iWork suite to the Web, under the form of iWork for iCloud.

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For many in the industry, the Mac Pro was on its way out, finished. Indeed, Apple’s desktop computer aimed at the company’s highest-end customers had not seen an upgrade for a number of years, until now. Apple has just unveiled a radically redesigned Mac Pro that does not only look completely different, it has greatly increased hardware specs too. And as usual, we’ve got all the details right after the jump!

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For the longest time, many users have been hoping for a music streaming service under Apple’s iTunes umbrella. After years of rumors and speculation, the Cupertino company has finally granted our wishes and launched iTunes Radio, a new music streaming service. We’ve got more details right after the break.

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For the longest time, mobile users have been keen on playing racing games on their devices, although all of these have been constrained to the device’s screen. Apple now plans to change all of that with Anki Drive, a new robotic car game shown off by Apple at this year’s WWDC.

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The HTC One has been one of the most expected devices among the tech community, with many looking forward to giving it a try. While HTC’s supply chain seemed chaotic last week, with the company warning prospective users that it might not be able to ship the device out on time, the company’s issues were clearly resolved as HTC officially announced that both the 32GB HTC One and the 64GB developer edition would be available in U.S. for order today and ship overnight.

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A few years ago, many were amazed at how easily smartphones were able to snap high-quality pictures within seconds. Leaked code from MyGlass companion app suggests that in future, users will be able to snap pictures of the world around them with a simple wink. This comes at the same time as Google chief Eric Schmidt stating that Glass wont be available to general consumers before 2014.

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For whatever reason, there are those times when really need to record a call, yet smartphones do not typically come with this feature built right in and most third-party apps are often quite laggy and inefficient, quickly becoming more of a memory hog than a useful add-on. InCall Recorder aims to change all of that by providing an easy and efficient way for users to record their calls in real time. Best of all, it’s completely free.

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Rumors of a future iPhone 5S release have been popping up on a daily basis over the last few months, with many wondering if there will be anything left to show off when Apple finally unveils the device later this year. The newest purported leak is a picture allegedly depicting the front-facing camera of the upcoming iPhone 5S, along with another unidentified part. More details and images can be found right after the break.

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For the last few months, the rumor mill has been churning out new reports of what Apple may have in store for the next iPhone. One of the great possibilities assumed by the tech scene has been a lower-cost iPhone aimed at the low-end of the market. Continuing to feed this speculation, an alleged picture of the shell of the upcoming device has been leaked onto the web this morning, by the same source who leaked an alleged case along with the iPad 5 release date. Could this be the new low-end iPhone? Find out after the jump.

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Over the last few months, many current and prospective smartphone users have had their eyes sharply focused on the Samsung Galaxy S4, the Korean company’s new Android smartphone. As expected, the new handset will be available on a wide range of retailers and carriers in the US, Samsung has now confirmed. In addition to major phone carriers, such as AT&T, T-Mobile and Verizon, the handset will also be available from a number of lesser-known networks, namely US Cellular, Cricket and C Spire; as well as a number of retailers such as Best Buy, Radio Shack, Sam’s Club, Staples, Target and Wal-Mart.

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For months, smartphone users worldwide have been eagerly awaiting the release of the Galaxy S4, Samsung’s newest smartphone. If you are planning on using AT&T, you can now pre-order Galaxy S4 through the network and be one of the first to get their hands on it.

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Pretty much ever since we have been able to play games on a screen, racing games have been the choice of many casual and hardcore players alike. For lovers of mobile racing games, CSR Racing is a new title that was just released for Android after seeing big success on iOS; and best of all, it is available free of charge.

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Since late last year, rumors of an upcoming iPhone have begun to take hold, with speculation only intensifying over the last few weeks and months. New pictures of the iPhone 5S motherboard have found their way onto the World Wide Web, leaving us to speculate whether these are real or just a quick Photoshop job.

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Since last year, Google Glass has taken the tech world abuzz as the next big innovation in mobile technology. These glasses, when worn, allow users to carry out tasks that are currently only possible on smartphones, all through an augmented reality layer placed on the user’s eyesight. If you have been wondering how this technology actually works under the hood, a German artist has put together an infographic that clearly illustrated the inner workings of this new futuristic device.

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For many Mac users, using Windows is a necessity, for running Windows apps and playing games that are unavailable for OS X. The recent release of the OS X 10.8.3 update introduced official support for Windows 8 in Boot Camp, meaning that it is now possible to dual-boot both operating systems on any Mac running OS X. And we have a complete guide on how to install Windows 8 on a Mac running OS X 10.8.3, check it out after the jump.

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Rumors of a “Facebook Phone” have been making rounds in the rumor mill for years, with many believing that there is a gap in the market waiting to be filled for a strong social media-powered smartphone. And today, HTC took the wraps off their HTC First Android powered smartphone which will come laced with Facebook Home right out of the box. We got all the details right after the break.

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Way before smartphones became popular, users spent most of their time using applications on their computers, with some web browsing on the side. Despite the growth of the Web over the last few years, it turns out that the habits of users are still much the same: choosing locally installed apps over websites. This is even true on smartphones, according to a study performed by an American market research company. More details can be found after the jump.

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Back in August of 2011, the author of the well-known Android custom ROM – CyanogenMod – joined Samsung in order to improve the company’s fortunes with the Android operating system, which back in the day only occupied a small niche in the market. He has now revealed that after nearly two years, he’s a free man once again. What could he be up to next?

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Since the release of Windows 8 last year, Microsoft has not stopped the development of Windows for a second. More evidence of an upcoming version of Windows, code named “Blue”, have emerged as a new build has leaked onto the Web. While the release looks overall similar to Windows 8, there have been quite a few changes that are worthy of note.

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For the longest of time, we have known that Sony has been preparing a new console launch, which was finally confirmed when the company held an event in New York City late last month showing off the technical aspects of the upcoming PlayStation 4. It has not, however, shown off the new hardware design, leaving many to speculate what the next console may look like. A new artist-created render shows off just what might be in store for the next PlayStation.

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