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  • Review: Affordable videoconferencing for real conference rooms

    With a high-performance camera and separate audio module, the Logitech CC3000e conquers rooms too large for most off-the-shelf videoconferencing products

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    Galaxy S5 deep-dive review: Long on hype, short on delivery

    Samsung's Galaxy S5 Android phone follows a very popular predecessor, but the latest version doesn't stand out in a sea of thoughtfully designed competitors.

  • Review: Fluke reinvents handheld network testing

    The Fluke Networks LinkSprinter makes on-the-fly network testing quick, easy, and more affordable than ever

  • HTC One (M8) deep-dive review: Smartphone sophistication made better

    HTC is working to bring a sense of luxury to its smartphones -- and with its new HTC One (M8), it's closer than ever to delivering the ultimate high-end device.

  • Fedora tips its hat to mobility, cloud, big data

    The latest release of Fedora, nicknamed "Heisenbug," is a step towards making Fedora a player in the mobile arena. Fedora 20 also includes more support for cloud, and this is also the first release that supports cheap, low-power ARM processors as a primary architecture, in addition to Intel and AMD chips.

  • On the road with T-Mobile's free international roaming

    For people who travel overseas a lot, it sounds almost too good to be true: unlimited international data roaming and texting at no extra cost. But that's exactly what T-Mobile USA started offering its U.S. users earlier this year as part of its price battle with AT&T.

  • AirMagnet breaks new ground in wireless spectrum analysis

    Everyone needs a Wi-Fi spectrum analyzer, but there are times when analyzing cellular spectrum is also essential. Fluke Networks' new AirMagnet Spectrum ES provides a broad range of capability at a very attractive price. Spectral analysis, a longstanding fixture in electronics and manufacturing test, and, more recently as a valuable tool for understanding coverage, interference, and other elements of Wi-Fi, is the art and science of extracting meaning and insight from wireless systems at Layer 1 -- radio waves.

  • Review: 12-inch Galaxy Note Pro is too big for its own good

    Samsung's mega tablet wants to be both a tablet and a laptop, but it's too awkward for either purpose

  • Hands on with iOS 7.1: A few good improvements

    Apple's latest upgrade to its mobile operating system, iOS 7.1, adds some useful touches and fixes some of the glitches that appeared in the previous version.

  • Asus Chromebox review: A simple, inexpensive and unobtrusive desktop

    The second desktop system to use Google's Chrome OS, the Asus Chromebox is a simple, inexpensive and unobtrusive alternative to traditional desktops.

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    Review + videos: 3 convertible Windows laptops try to be all devices to all people

    We look at three Windows 8.1 convertibles that can transform into laptops, tablets or presentation devices, and try to discover how useful they really are.

  • iPhone, Galaxy, iPad, Nexus: Here's how they really rate

    The InfoWorld Test Center has reevaluated today's mobile devices in light of a changing technology landscape

  • Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 deep-dive: Almost a laptop replacement

    Samsung's big Galaxy Note Pro 12.2 tablet offers a desktop or laptop computer experience -- almost.

  • Review: Netgear's ReadyData makes a splash with flash

    Netgear's better, faster rack-mount NAS and iSCSI SAN makes the case for enterprise workloads with read and write caching and unlimited snapshots

  • Hands on: Apple's Mac Pro is the fastest Mac ever

    One thing is certain: You won't mistake Apple's powerful new Mac Pro for any other desktop computer. And it has the computing chops to match its high-style look.

  • Oh, Bi the Way...

    Hidden in Cisco's Nexus 9000 and Application Centric Infrastructure news was another nifty announcement: an optical transceiver that delivers 40Gbps speeds using older 10Gbps fiber and standard connectors. Cisco's "BiDi" optical transceivers solve a sticky cabling problem in an elegant way.

  • FIRST LOOK: Cisco Nexus 9000

    The Cisco Nexus 9000 series, the fruit of Cisco's Insieme spin-in, is more than another fast router -- it's a change in the way that high-end routers are designed and built.

  • First Look: Cisco ACI re-imagines the enterprise data center network

    Cisco's Application Centric Infrastructure (ACI) is a revolutionary re-thinking of how to provision and manage data center networks. While the early version we looked at has some rough edges, and Cisco still has some hard problems to solve, ACI has the potential to completely change the way that large, highly virtualized data center networks are configured and built.

  • Lenovo's ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch: A lightweight contender

    We test Lenovo's latest ThinkPad X1 Carbon Touch ultrabook, which is sleek and powerful, offers an impressive display and comes with an interesting keyboard innovation.

  • Review: Google Chrome wants to be your OS

    The Chrome Apps architecture enables native-like apps, written in JavaScript with platform APIs, that load fast, run quickly, and work offline

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