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Gizmodo Laptop Buying Guide 2014: The Best Ultrabooks Under $750 And $1500

Ultrabooks are thin and light laptops, focused on portability while still remaining productive and keeping a traditional keyboard and touchpad handy for when you need to do some serious work. There are quite a few out there on store shelves, though, and picking the right one can be a bit of a difficult ask. If you can stick to a specific price point, you’ll have far better luck and an easier time.


While You Weren't Looking, Dell Announced A Crazy Futuristic Tablet

Yesterday, you were probably too busy gawking at Cupertino’s precious new watch and giant smartphones to notice anything else that happened in the world of technology. There’s no shame in that. But if you were paying attention to the 2014 Intel Developers Conference in San Francisco, you might have gotten a glimpse of a pretty intriguing tablet. Michael Dell himself walked out on stage to announce the device. Here’s the scoop.


AARP Made A Tablet For Old People Who Think Tech Is 'Scary'

AARP is getting into the gadget game with the RealPad, a tablet expressly made to help seniors who want to stay connected, but don’t want to spend a lot of time learning the technology.


What An Intel And Fossil Team Up Could Mean For Smartwatches

Smartwatches are infinitely fascinating. For one, their growth is incredible. This time last year, we had Samsung’s overpriced Gear, Pebble, and a Sony timepiece or two. Now we have Android Wear and a dozen options to choose from, and possibly the biggest game changer will be revealed in 48 hours.


Intel's Core M Might Finally Give Us True Laptop-Tablet Hybrids

The perfect in-between device — something that’s as thin as a dedicated tablet and as powerful as a dedicated laptop — is something we’ve been promised for years. Once, it looked like the answer might come when Intel’s Atom chips — Bay Trail chips, specifically — got potent enough to power highly mobile machines that could hold their own against real laptops. Atom hasn’t really gotten there, but Intel’s new Core M just might.


This Is The World’s Smallest 3G Modem

Intel’s XMM 6255 is a 3G Modem that measures in at around 300sq mm, making it the world’s tiniest modem as the company prepares to stake its claim in the Internet of Things.


$13,000 Dell Workstation PC Giveaway: Tell Lifehacker How You Work To Win!

Do you use a high-performance PC for work? Tell our friends over at Lifehacker how you use it, and thanks to Dell and Intel, there are almost $13,000 of Precision workstations up for grabs. You could win a Precision M3800 performance laptop with Core i7 quad-core processor (valued at $4,000) or a Precision T3610 workstation PC. With six-core Intel Xeon CPU and Nvidia Quadro graphics, this desktop is worth $8872. Enter to win here.


BioSport Earbuds: Finally, A Fitness Tracker You Never Have To Charge

As we reported earlier, 50 Cent and SMS Audio announced a new partnership with Intel today. It’s a plan to bring the joys of fitness tracking to both the flakey workout amateur and the finely sculpted sports pro in the form of earbuds.


50 Cent's SMS Audio Is Building Headphones That Keep Track Of Your Run

50 Cent’s SMS Audio is about to announce a major deal that could help keep it from getting left behind by the newly forged Apple-Beats powerhouse. Sources close to the deal told us that the company will announce a new set of headphones based on Intel’s health monitoring technology today. SMS is no Beats By Dre, so why would any august tech company be interested? Because headphones — and not watches or health bands — could be the most important wearable tech in the world.


Intel's Broadwell Chips Will Make Full-Fledged PCs As Tiny As Tablets

For more than a year, Intel’s 14-nanometre Broadwell, the successor to its Haswell microarchitecture, has been consistently delayed — due in part to early-stage manufacturing snafus. But today Intel gave a glimpse of this incredibly tiny powerhouse, and the computing future it will introduce in its wake.


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