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Google’s Nexus 7 tablet doesn’t disappoint, gives great bang for your buck.

Google and ASUS teamed up to create a 200 dollar seven-inch tablet with a Quad-core processor, HD display and almost 10 hours of battery time. Add the high-speed Android 4.1 OS (Jelly Bean) and Google Play with 25$ store credit into the mix and you really have a great product for a decent price.

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VMWare vs Microsoft in the Exchange Sphere

Microsoft’s dominance of the Exchange Server market has been deeply entrenched for some time – their careful product refresh cycle and ubiquity among enterprises has ensured an expansive market uptake. Recently, however, virtualization gurus VMWare have released the beta version of their Zimbra enterprise email server. Their sights are clearly lined up to topple Microsoft – or, at least, grab a share of the market that Microsoft has totally captured.

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Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion releases today

The next iteration of the Apple Mac OS operating system releases today (Update: Available NOW) which brings it to version 10.8 called Mountain Lion. The new update brings a few new features and costs $19.99 for an upgrade from the App store. At the time of this writing it is not yet available for download.

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Slender: First Person Horror at its Simplest

 

In Slender you wake up in the woods at night alone and need to find eight pages that are scattered throughout the environment.  You have only a flashlight and are being stalked by a creature known as the Slenderman.  The game feeds on your paranoia and instincts by punishing you for looking directly at the monster.  Oh, and he has a nasty tendency of being right behind  you.  No biggie.  Fans of Amnesia and Penumbra should be pleased. Cue the creepy music.

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iPhone 5 production has begun, says report

It looks like the iPhone 5 may have already started production according to reports coming out of Asia. The Taiwan-based manufacturer Pegatron has started production in one if its Shanghai based factories according to Digitimes.

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