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How to Use E-book Readers and Tablets as Tools for Research

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It is often claimed that superficial and occasional readers are more likely to “succumb” to the lures of e-book reading devices, whereas “serious” readers will always prefer printed books. However, studies conducted among e-book users have steadily shown them to be avid readers, who read books in all formats and for a number of reasons,…

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"A bra for your feet": Under Armour launch Speedform racing trainers

Gerald Lynch Apparel, Features, Sport, Tech Digest news Leave a Comment

When you're a sporting goods company known for your macho American football apparel and infamous, manic "protect this house" slogan and adverts, the last place you'd expect to be looking for inspiration for your latest trainer innovations would be the…

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CES 2013: Day two round-up – Razer Edge, ZTE Grand S and more!

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Day two of the world's biggest technology show *in the world* is in full swing and while all the big boys have had their fun with giant press conferences, our attentions turn to the smaller guys in town. Today's most…

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CES 2013: Day one round-up – Valve's Steam Box, Samsung's UN85S9 4K TV and more!

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CES 2013 has officially opened its doors! Things got off to a good start with the exciting announcement of Qualcomm's new Snapdragon 800 mobile processors, looking set to herald in a new age of smartphone greatness, while both Sony and…

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CES 2013: Pre-show round up – PaperTab, Nvidia Shield and more!

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CES 2013 is here! Weeks of rumours and leaks are over and the show-proper is about to begin. The biggest week in the tech year, the Las Vegas show is opening its doors officially tomorrow on January 8, but there's…

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