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Reactions to New MacBook Run From Tepid to Cold


Early reviewers last week weighed in on Apple's new MacBook, and for the most part, they were underwhelmed. The new MacBook is 13.1mm thick, weighs 2 pounds, and has a 12-inch Retina display. Apple has touted it as the future of the notebook, pointing out that it had to reimagine every element to make the device lighter, thinner and better. Critics called it an overpriced netbook.
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New Smart Drone Breaks $1K Barrier


A new aerial drone from 3D Robotics packs two computers and an array of powerful features for $999. The computers -- one on the craft and one in the controller -- have enabled it to make some radical breakthroughs in autonomous flight and camera control, according to 3DR. Built on 1-GHz Cortex A9 ARM chips running Linux, the computers allow operators to preprogram the drone's flight path.
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Re: New Stars in Cable Freedom Fight 2  karenguthrie   2006-05-12 08:44:30 
Re: What's After Windows - and Who Does it Come From? 2  belcoop   2006-05-09 07:47:34 
Re: Intel to Brand New Chip Generation Core 2 Duo 2  lorint   2006-05-09 01:09:21 
Re: Why Linux May Never Be a True Desktop OS 8  ryuko098   2006-05-07 18:38:24 
Re: Net Diversity Threatened by Neutrality Advocates 2  directorblue   2006-05-06 15:05:33 
Re: Don't Strangle E-Voting With Paper 4  Orison   2006-05-05 17:24:47 
Re: Net Diversity Threatened by Neutrality Advocates 2  Orison   2006-05-05 17:08:49 
Re: Linux vs. Windows Vista vs. Leopard 2  ChasmoeBrown   2006-05-05 13:17:07 
Re: Linux vs. Windows Vista vs. Leopard 2  justsalt   2006-05-01 06:37:32 
Re: Microsoft's European Hearing and America's Future 2  Nobody You know   2006-04-30 09:50:36 
Re: Microsoft's European Hearing and America's Future 2  lxuser   2006-04-28 11:05:39 
Re: Calling for a Response to Digital ID 2  NeilCuster   2006-04-21 08:16:04 
Re: Beijing Bans Naked Computers 2  m_pav   2006-04-19 04:28:40 
Re: Online Shopping and the Future of Comparison Buying 2  zachshine   2006-04-16 21:44:25 
Re: Technology Auction Could Breed Patent Trolls 2  iviewit   2006-04-14 09:15:41 
Re: Apple as Windows OEM - and Why Microsoft Bundles Don't Matter 3  Statman   2006-04-10 16:39:34 
Re: Microsoft Windows Mobile Lands US Census Deal 2  dannys   2006-04-10 05:54:02 
Re: Sprint Nextel Readies 3G Upgrade 2  misteesdaddy   2006-04-07 19:06:48 
Re: What if Microsoft Bought Apple? 9  jbrave   2006-04-05 02:44:47 
Re: Foiled in France: Apple's New Tub of Hot Water 4  melgross   2006-03-29 12:11:30 

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