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Comcast, Time Warner Cable deal near death; may be slain tomorrow

04/23, 3:51pm

Facing stiff opposition from the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), as well as staunch opposition from the Department f Justice and members of Congress, Comcast is reportedly going to drop plans to acquire Time Warner Cable. A final decision will be made today, and an announcement of the breakdown could be as soon as Friday, according to sources familiar with the matter.

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Daily Deals: Sony Action Cam, 3D scanner, Seagate 4TB NAS

04/23, 1:45pm

Welcome to Daily Deals, that time of the day when the staff of MacNN and Electronista search the Internet for sales, discounts, and offers, compiling the more notable items into a single post. The usual recap of still-active deals is joined by a Sony Action Cam, a 3D scanner, a Seagate 4TB NAS, and a new way to discover deals for yourself.

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Ricoh adds GPS, 'Pixel Shift Resolution' to Pentax K-3 II camera

04/23, 6:50am

Ricoh has launched an updated version of its Pentax K-3 digital SLR from late 2013, improving a few elements while keeping the rest the same. Just like the original, the Pentax K-3 II has a 24-megapixel APS-C sensor, but this time Ricoh has introduced a Pixel Shift Resolution system, which uses the camera's shake reduction mechanism to move the sensor in single-pixel increments and capturing four images, combinable into one higher resolution photograph.

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Review: Linksys WRT1200AC Dual-Band Gigabit Wi-Fi Router

04/23, 12:33am

Once upon a time, a brand-new Linksys router showed up on our doorstep. So we gathered some network-minded friends together, and hooked it up to the Internet. We ran it through its automatic set up, and downloaded a few iOS and Android apps that would allow us to do cool stuff like stream media from an external drive plugged into the router to our mobile devices or a Chromecast. We fiddled, poked, and prodded so we could report back. Over all, we had a good experience setting up and using the brand new model from Linksys, but it wasn't without its challenges. What challenges, you ask? Check our review and find out.

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Game Replay: Xbox One updates, ODST heading to Halo collection in May

04/22, 5:58pm

The Game Replay is a twice-weekly look at the wider world of gaming by the staff of MacNN and Electronista, noting a few of the major stories in the industry from earlier this week. Today's story collection includes incoming Xbox One changes, Gearbox Software's loss of the Borderlands creator, and more Halo content

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Google reveals Project Fi as carrier with flexible data allowances

04/22, 2:46pm

Google has confirmed earlier rumors that it was planning to launch its own wireless service. Project Fi is a virtual network that provides calls, texts, and data like other carriers, but the main feature of the service is that it will drastically simplify and potentially cheapen the user's bill, by asking customers to pay for the basic service and only for the amount of data they use in the month.

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Daily Deals: HP 350 G1 notebook, Technics headphones, SSDs

04/22, 1:29pm

Welcome to Daily Deals, the regular post where the staff of MacNN and Electronista scour online retailers for discounts, offers, and sales for you, the discerning reader. A recap of still-active deals from earlier in the week follows the new batch, including a Core i7 notebook from HP, DJ headphones from Technics, and a pile of SSDs

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Review: Rapoo A300 Mini NFC Speaker with Bluetooth 4.0

04/22, 10:45am

The Rapoo Bluetooth Mini NFC Speaker is a little metallic box about the size of a baseball. In spite of its small size, we were very pleased with the volume and quality of the sound it produced. The documentation made some claims of fancy features we weren't able to substantiate, but the overall performance of the speaker, compared to other portable Bluetooth speakers, was pretty swell in our opinion. Check out our review!

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CyberPower Trinity gaming PC houses components in three sections

04/22, 10:43am

CyberPower has started accepting orders for its gaming PC in a uniquely-designed three-pointed case. The Trinity houses all of the components for the gaming system in three "blades," with each holding a selection of the high-end components, spreading them apart and allowing them to keep cooler compared to when the parts are in close quarters in a normal PC case.

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HP prepares for 'Back to School' season with Pavilion, Envy notebooks

04/22, 8:46am

HP has launched a new collection of notebooks in two product ranges, well in advance of the "back to school" shopping period. The premium Envy line gets a new batch of x360 convertible notebooks clad in aluminum, while the Pavilion range gets both the convertible devices as well as more standard notebooks, with the entire group offering budget to mid-ranged specifications.

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LG G Stylo phablet launches in South Korea, accepts 2TB microSD cards

04/22, 6:49am

LG is continuing in its attempts to compete against Samsung's Note range, by launching a new stylus-equipped phablet with a relatively unusual storage specification. The LG G Stylo is a mid-ranged phablet with a 5.7-inch 720p display and average specifications, but it is notable in being able to support microSD cards up to 2TB in size, supplementing its 8GB of built-in storage.

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Aereo pays broadcasters $950,000 to end copyright infringement suits

04/21, 6:20pm

Troubled and failed TV rebroadcasting startup Aereo has finally ended its lawsuit with broadcasters, by agreeing to pay less than one percent of what has been requested. The settlement has the online service paying the broadcasters $950,000 instead of more than $99 million in copyright licensing claims, ending all litigation between the parties involved.

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Yahoo posts lower than Wall Street estimated profit, stock falls

04/21, 6:00pm

Yahoo today reported results for the quarter that ended on March 31. While still turning a massive profit, the search and advertising company missed Wall Street estimates, posting revenue of $1.2 billion. Earnings per share settled in at $0.15 per share, with Wall Street expecting $0.18 per share.

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Daily Deals: Toshiba notebook, PlayStation Vita, daVinci 3D Printer

04/21, 2:09pm

Welcome to Daily Deals, that time of the day when we search online retailers for discounts, offers, and sales on hardware, software, and gadgets for you, the discerning MacNN and Electronista reader. Yesterday's still-active deals are joined by a Toshiba notebook, a bundle for the PlayStation Vita, and a $350 3D Printer

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Tech TV show The Screen Savers resurrected on TWiT

04/21, 12:31pm

A TV show about technology is making a comeback, but over the Internet instead of television. The Screen Savers, a daily Tech TV show which ran from 1998 to 2005, is going to be resurrected as "The New Screen Savers" by main host Leo Laporte and hosted on his own podcast network TWiT.tv as a weekly live show streamed online, with the first episode set to broadcast on May 2.

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