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Asus Padfone 2 official: Do want

Asus is back at it with a new phone/tablet hybrid. The original Padfone was well received in its native Taiwan, but failed to set the world alight. Can a sequel, with a raft of top-flight specs, do the business?

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Is there a Microsoft Surface Windows Phone handset incoming? The rumour has been doing the rounds a while now since the partner-bothering Surface tablet broke cover, but Microsoft has refused to deny it.

And now comes word from BRG that Microsoft plans to launch its own smartie “in the coming months”. But just because it can, doesn’t mean it should.

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Intel has punted out invites for an event it’s holding next week. And with executives from Acer, Asus, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Samsung and ZTE set to make speeches, it smells distinctly like Windows 8 to us.

There’s just a month to go until the next-gen OS launches, after all. So here’s what to expect next week.

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Got an Asus Transformer Pad? Pleased with it, but wish it boasted a few more super powers? Sure you do. Good news then, Asus is using its Jelly Bean knowhow to pump Android 4.1 into its latest tablet-turned computers, starting now. Read more

The next title in the Real Racing series of mobile games is on the way from EA and Firemonkeys. The first trailer’s just dropped. It’s a bit special.  Read more

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Just yesterday, we brought you news that Karbonn had brought a 7-inch Android Jelly Bean tablet to market at a Nexus-bothering $125. That’s all well and good, but what if you’re still not convinced be all this 7-inch display nonsense? You’ll be needing something bigger.  Read more

India-based mobile device manufacturer Karbonn has just announced the second tablet in the world to come running Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) out of the box. Not swayed by the Neuxs 7 thanks to some of its shortcomings? This could make up for it… Read more

Windows 8 has an official launch date! Microsoft’s next operating system will touch down on October 26th, nicely in time for Christmas. So expect a slew of new PCs and tablets running the OS to launch around the same time, including Microsoft’s own Surface tablet.

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