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Roseman: PC Financial forces credit card upgrade

John Richards has a President’s Choice Financial MasterCard that expires in March 2013. He wants to keep using it, but he has to switch to a new credit card with extra PC rewards. “I can’t see any value in these so-called benefits. I asked them to honour my existing card up to its expiry date, […]

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Raspberry Pi starts selling stickers to test online store

Last week Raspberry Pi went a long way towards clarifying exactly how the launch of the $25 PC is going to be handled. Although we don’t know specifically when the commercial “for schools” version of the tiny PC will be released beyond a 2012 date, 10,000 parts kits are being made available to buy next […]

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Windows 7 made easy: Optimize for better performance

Home Notebooks Windows 7 made easy: Optimize for better performance Windows 7 made easy: Optimize for better performance By CNET Asia staff , Vincent Chang on Nov 11, 2011 Unlike fine wine, your PC is unlikely to get better with age. Remember how it was when you first booted up your Windows 7 machine? That initial […]

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MacBook Air Hits All-Time Low $799 via Special Deals

November 11th, 2011, 13:34 GMT · By Filip Truta

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US stocks bounce on good corporate news

US stocks bounce on good corporate news Friday, November 11 07:40:35 US stocks closed higher last night after a bounce back from the previous session’s steep losses. Investors latched onto positive corporate and economic news, in the absence of a clear worsening in Europe’s debt crisis. Still, trading was volatile and volumes were thin as […]

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Apple most desirable PC brand in China as 21% of buyers look to Mac as next …

By Josh Ong Published: 10:04 PM EST (07:04 PM PST) Apple is poised to see substantial growth of its line of Mac computers in China, as a recent survey found that the company is considered the most desirable PC brand in the country with 21 percent of respondents considering a Mac as their next PC […]

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First Person: Buying a Computer on a Budget

*Note: This was written by a Yahoo! contributor. Do you have a personal finance story that you’d like to share? Sign up with the Yahoo! Contributor Network to start publishing your own finance articles. You will be hard pressed to find someone who does not have access to a computer in some capacity. Computers are […]

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The Future of Human Computer Interfaces

Researchers at the MIT Media Lab’s Fluid Interfaces Group are prototyping new, novel and more natural ways for people to interact with computers and access and store information. Their innovations have been designed to improve and enrich our personal and professional lives, making it easier to create, communicate, collaborate and even cook. Here are 10 […]

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Apple issues first public "over the air" iOS update with 5.0.1

By Daniel Eran Dilger Published: 06:08 PM EST (03:08 PM PST) Just after releasing iOS 5.0.1 through iTunes, Apple has made the update available to users via an over the air update, its first “PC-free” update for iOS released to the general public. Apple introduced over the air OS updates as a feature of iOS […]

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Hard times for PC makers in store?

Hard-drive options for the Dell XPS 14z come in 500GB and 750GB sizes. (Credit: CNET) PC makers are likely to weather any hard drive shortages in the fourth quarter since they have inventory of supplies as a buffer. The first quarter, however, could be tricky, according to Jefferies. In a research note previewing Dell and […]

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