With the Xperia Z3, Sony once again makes a fantastic piece of hardware that's marred by horrible software.
A decent mechanical keyboard is a great investment for any computer user. But can you get away with just a $50 model, or do you need to go with a high-end model to reap the full benefits?
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Microsoft's first activity tracker offers a lot of smart functionality. But the absence of a few key features keep it from acheiving true greatness.
This $50 wireless gadget lets you use one keyboard to type input into multiple devices. It works with iOS, Mac, Windows and Android---switching between paired devices is done using the selection dial located just above the Escape key.
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NEW YORK (Reuters) - U.S. stocks rallied on Friday, setting up a fifth consecutive week of gains on Wall Street, after China's central bank cut its benchmark interest rate and its euro zone peer announced asset purchases in efforts to boost each region's economy.
Major stock indexes moved higher in morning trading Friday as traders welcomed news of an interest rate cut in China and the possibility that Europe's central bank will increase its efforts to stimulate economic growth in the region. Investors also pored over a mixed bag of corporate earnings.