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Amazon increases Kindle Fire orders again

Amazon has increased its order for Kindle Fire units for a second time, according to sources in the company’s supply chain. Digitimes reports that strong pre-orders have led Amazon to ask that five million units be supplied before the end of the year, the sources said. Amazon’s original order was for 3.5 million units but […]

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Samsung to Sell Series 7 Slate-inspired Windows 8 Device in 2012

Print Microsoft distributed 5,000 Samsung Windows 8 tablets among developers at its BUILD conference in September. The Windows Developer Preview PC is essentially the Samsung Series 7 Slate PC, albeit with a number of important upgrades. Now, it has emerged that the Korean electronics behemoth plans to release a Windows 8 device inspired by the […]

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Hundreds line up for Microsoft store opening in San Jose — most for the free concert tickets

Hundreds of people were waiting in line Thursday morning, before the 10 a.m. grand opening of a Microsoft store at Valley Fair Mall in San Jose, the first opening of the computer chain store in Northern California. But many admitted they were Mac lovers simply there for the freebies. In an all-out gimmick, Microsoft was […]

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Senator vows to block FCC nominees over LightSquared

The controversy over satellite-LTE carrier LightSquared could prevent the U.S. Federal Communications Commission from filling two vacant seats if a U.S. senator follows through on a threat issued this week. In a statement on the Senate floor Thursday, Sen. Chuck Grassley of Iowa vowed to hold up a full Senate vote to confirm Jessica Rosenworcel […]

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RipTen Review: Dungeon Defenders (PC)

While Android and iOS users have experienced this game before, It’s now time for the consoles and PC to experience Trendy Entertainment’s first game, Dungeon Defenders. As previously mentioned, Dungeon Defenders has been on iOS and Android for more than a year now, with cross-platform between the two versions. Though the console and PC versions […]

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Computer problems for region’s food stores reported

On Sunday, area Raley’s, Bel Air, Nob Hill, and Food Source stores experienced a technical problem with transactions using debit cards, credit cards, gift cards and EBT cards that may have resulted in duplicate charges to some of customers, according to a food store representative. This was a technical malfunction and not a security issue, […]

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GPS group seeks partial ban on LightSquared

A group of GPS vendors and users has asked the U.S. Federal Communications Commission to permanently block LightSquared from using the upper band of its licensed radio spectrum for a cellular data network. LightSquared wants to build an LTE (Long-Term Evolution) network using frequencies near the band used by GPS (Global Positioning System). The FCC […]

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HP Will Not Close PC Division, Will Keep On Making Computers For Years To Come

Tweet Email HP Fires Leo Apotheker, Hires Meg Whitman As CEO – WebOS Still Dead Leo Apotheker Named HP CEO, President, And Member Of The Board Of Directors How To Turn On Windows 98 / 2000 / XP / Vista Computers In Safe Mode Tech Mahindra Buys Satyam Computers One and a half years ago, […]

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Seven Charged With Clickjacking IRS, Apple Links to Tune of $14 Million

Seven Eastern European men have been charged in New York with operating a clickjacking scheme that infected more than 4 million computers in order to hijack surfers trying to get to the iTunes store or the IRS. The enterprise allegedly netted the crooks more than $14 million. The scam appears to have begun in 2007 […]

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Apple settles MagSafe lawsuit, offers replacements

Apple’s MagSafe connectors were a pretty nifty idea when first released, but not without their problems–namely, fraying cords that had the potential to start electrical fires. Though the cables have since been redesigned, the company still had to face a 2009 class-action lawsuit over the matter; now, according to new documents on Apple’s website, a […]

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