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Freecom Silver Store 2-Drive NAS review

The Silver Store 2-Drive NAS is so new that it wasn’t even listed on Freecom’s website as we finished this review, but it’s an impressive NAS drive that will particularly appeal to small business users. The Silver Store is available in 2TB, 4TB, and 6TB versions, but Freecom also sells it as an empty Drive-In […]

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Those men and their flying machines

The Logitech Illuminated Ultrathin Keyboard with Backlighting is a solid choice for those without faith in wireless gear. The desire in many of us to constantly seek better technology is undeniable – but who wouldn’t want to go faster? OVER the years, Bleeding Edge has proved more than usually susceptible to a sociological phenomenon called […]

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U.S. online retail spending jumps 13% in third quarter

Internet shopping is holding up even as the economy falters, giving retailers hope going into the crucial holiday shopping season. Online retail spending in the U.S. rose 13 percent in the third quarter from the same period a year ago to $36.3 billion as more people relied on the Internet to shop, according to a […]

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Japan’s Rakuten to acquire e-book retailer Kobo

Japanese e-commerce company Rakuten said on Tuesday that it plans to acquire Canadian e-book and e-reader company Kobo in a bid to expand in the area of media downloads for consumers. Rakuten in Tokyo said it has entered into a definitive agreement by which it intends to acquire 100 percent of the total issued and […]

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Microsoft Migration moves forward: University computers undergoing software …

For over a year now, Loyola has gradually been making a change from its decade-old computer software programs in a process the Information Technology Services (ITS) calls the “Microsoft Migration.” The increased efficiency and speed of this new operating system, however, may also have some drawbacks, as features such as printing services could be interrupted […]

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IPhone Security Flaw Shows Potential for App Store Malware

November security updates from Microsoft Microsoft releases four security bulletins (one critical, two important and one moderate) as part of its regular monthly release cycle. read more

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Bharat Forge Q2 net up 56 pc at Rs 106 cr

Home News automobile-news New Delhi, Nov 9: Auto component manufacturer Bharat Forge Ltd today announced a growth of 56.14 per cent in net profit at Rs 106.40 crore for the quarter ended September 30, 2011. The company had reported a profit after tax of Rs 68.14 crore in the same period previous fiscal, it said […]

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Amazon’s Prime Lending Library Collection Now Viewable Online

Amazon is tempting Kindle owners to sign up for its Prime service with free e-books, and if you are wondering if there are any good ones to read you can now peruse a list right from your PC. The Internet retailer’s complete collection of Prime Lending Library books for Kindle devices is online and accessible […]

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Build a Modern Warfare 3 PC for under $250

Unless you’ve been hunkering in a bunker for the last 12 hours, you are aware that the biggest game of the year — Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 — was released this morning. Now, if you’re one of those newfangled, noobie console gamers, you can just slot that shiny MW3 disc into your Xbox […]

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Mobile apps can help you spend wisely

Another model had an unadvertised special, but Langehennig didn’t want to buy it without checking the reviews. But he didn’t have the magazine’s app or mobile site loaded on his new phone. So he drove 30 miles home to use his computer. Fortunately, the other TV was still at the store when he got back. […]

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