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Neowin: Windows Phone 8 review

Neowin: Windows Phone 8 review

Windows Phone 8 is here, and finally consumers can get their hands on the latest and greatest from Microsoft's Entertainment and Devices Division. It's a seriously major change, the biggest since Windows Phone 7.5 "Mango" over a year ago, and…
Neowin: Motorola RAZR V review

Neowin: Motorola RAZR V review

Late last year, Motorola released the amazingly slim Droid RAZR to praise from the community and reviewers alike. At the time, its TI OMAP dual-core processor and 4.3-inch screen were the markers of a flagship Android smartphone, and despite launching…
Neowin: Matias Tactile Pro 3 Keyboard Review

Neowin: Matias Tactile Pro 3 Keyboard Review

We like mechanical keyboards. Mechanical keyboards are cool, and the one we have here today is bright white, making it a rare specimen. Neowing got their hands on the Matias Tactile Pro 3, which they'll be examining in this review while…
Neowin: HTC One V review

Neowin: HTC One V review

After a golden streak of reviewing high-end, flagship smartphones we find ourselves taking a step back and looking at the other end of the spectrum; after all, there are a lot of people out there who don't desire something so…
Neowin: "Metro" Windows Explorer concepts

Neowin: "Metro" Windows Explorer concepts

For the past couple of weeks, the Internet has been debating the reasoning why Microsoft would dump its "Metro" branding for the Windows 8 user interface. The company could be changing the UI branding to "modern", although Microsoft has yet…
Neowin: Das Keyboard Professional S review

Neowin: Das Keyboard Professional S review

Computer users in the 1990s may remember the IBM Model M keyboard for varying reasons. The Model M was a mechanical keyboard, providing a highly audible feedback as a result of this. It garnered something of a reputation for this…
Trivia Tuesday: Windows 95's golden days

Trivia Tuesday: Windows 95's golden days

Did you know that Windows 95 had a beta program? Yep, users could pay to enter the Windows 95 Preview Program in the United States and they would receive a few 3.5” floppy disks containing the beta OS. It only cost $19.95, or around $30 now adjusted for inflation.