Rubberized texture of case, doesn’t show fingerprints, and has 4 rubber feet and slots on bottom for heat release.

(accurately pictured) HOT BLUE color is also NICE! Arrives in mail with no instructions and minimal packaging, but undamaged. Both top and bottom have tabs that snap onto the laptop. Press top and bottom covers on until you hear a click and see that all the tabs have latched onto the laptop.

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Poetic SLIMLINE Portfolio Case for Apple iPad Mini Tablet

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How the Internet of Things will change the world

So what is the Internet of Things? Well, it’s too wide-ranging, too nebulous a concept to describe in one pithy soundbite, but we’ll give it a shot: it’s when objects in the physical world connect to the web – and each other.

That probably doesn’t come close to explaining why it’s such a big deal, but look at it in this way: what if almost everything in the world – cars, computers, coffee mugs, cereal boxes, chairs, even cows – were all part of a huge global network? And each had an individual identity within that network?

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Samsung’s Q2 2013 shows investors value analysis over record profit

Though Samsung’s financial quarter announcements this week showed the company to be kicking up a storm (metaphorically, of course), with the Galaxy S 4 family of devices on the market today, shares fell internationally at word that analysis projections were not met. This sort of thing isn’t unheard of, but to the lay person, it’s not the easiest thing to make simple sense of. Why, if Samsung’s quarterly profits are up 47% compared to this quarter last year, are investors spooked enough to kick down shares 4% in the Seoul stock market?

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Huawei’s Emotion UI eliminates Android “inconsistencies”

The Huawei Ascend P6 was revealed as the world’s thinnest smartphone at a global launch in London last week. At the launch, T3.com caught up with lead UI designer Dennis Poon to chat phones, features and the future…

Last week saw the reveal of the Huawei Ascend P6 which, at 6.18mm in thickness, became the world’s thinnest smartphone to date. How long the P6 can keep that title remains to be seen, but it wasn’t just the hardware that Huawei was keen to talk about.

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