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Daniel has been writing about smartphones, tablets and apps since 2008, and he enjoys pitting gadgets against each other.

Western Digital Wi-Fi extender boasts 3-by-3 antenna array

WD claims the range extender gives a faster and more reliable signal

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Unannounced Slingbox devices spotted in Best Buy

Two unannounced updated Slingbox devices were found -- but unbuyable -- in a Best Buy store, revealing some details about the next generation of the hub.

TechHive: Sony's First 4K HDTV Is an 84-inch Behemoth


Sony has announced a monstrous new TV with a pixel count four times that of existing HDTVs.

Samsung Unveils Galaxy Player 5.8

The newest iPod Touch rival runs Android 4.0 with Samsung’s TouchWiz interface and comes with Bluetooth 4.0, storage options, and a 5.8-inch screen.

T-Mobile, MetroPCS Roll Out Unlimited Data Plans

The plans are truly unlimited, with no data caps or throttling of download speeds taking place.

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Rumor: Apple TV to be Revamped with TV Set on Hold

Apple seems to be working on a set-top box that can carry live TV and online content, not the full-fledged Siri device everyone was expecting.

Samsung Galaxy S III: Review Roundup

The Samsung Galaxy S III reviews are mostly glowing with some critics unhappy with the plastic shell. Read the roundup!

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Netflix Boss Blasts Comcast Over Bandwidth Caps, Net Neutrality

Netflix CEO blasts Comcast over bandwidth caps for its Xfinity Internet service.

Netflix Improves with New Apple TV

Users can now sign up for Netflix straight from an Apple TV and use iTunes billing, and stream movies and TV shows in full HD 1080p quality.

Netflix Brings Back DVD-Only Subscriptions

After user outrage at its cancellation, Netflix's DVD-only subscription plan is back, available now for $8 monthly.

Google Updates YouTube with Discovery Features

Google TV gets some new navigation functions, just ahead of an expected refresh for Apple TV.

Google is Building Entertainment Device, Reports Say

The gadget will initially stream music wirelessly and link to other home electronics, but is expected to later add video capabilities and more.

Kodak Axing Digital Cameras Business

At one time, Kodak had more than 90 percent of the market share of film sales in the U.S, but the 131-year-old company struggled since the introduction of digital cameras.