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Why a Touchscreen PC Should Be Your Next Workstation

Businesses have been trying to find a use for touchscreen PCs since the technology was released widely back in 2009. Touchscreen computers are marketed primarily as multimedia centers and personal PCs, but there’s a place for them in the office. PC users upgrading to Windows 8 will find a touch-focused interface optimized for touchscreens. Although […]

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HP TouchPad 9 7-Inch Tablet Computer

Store more files on the go and get more done with the HP TouchPad Wi-Fi 32GB , a tablet designed to work like you do. Connect, play, surf and share more easily. Organize your related activities into card stacks on the brilliant 9.7-inch diagonal LED backlit multitouch display. Enjoy websites with Adobe Flash content and […]

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Game Of Thrones RPG Coming To PS3, Xbox 360, And PC In Early 2012

ATLUS, in collaboration with HBO and Cyanide Studios, has revealed North American publishing plans for “Game of Thrones,” an action RPG based on the internationally bestselling A Song of Ice and Fire series of books by George R. R. Martin and the critically acclaimed HBO television series, Game of Thrones. Launching worldwide in early 2012, […]

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Older Printer Maintenance.

All across our great country you will find production facilities, machine shops, eatery’s, and other businesses that employ customized PC systems and machinery that were made to utilize legacy printers. These customized computers frequently had escape sequences hard coded into the software for a specific make and version of printer. When one of these older […]

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Seek balance when buying your next PC

Q: I am considering replacing my desktop. Is it worth the expense to go to a solid state drive? I read that they are faster. How long do they last? Also if one were to spend extra money on one component, what would be better — processor, RAM, graphics card? — Jay Henderson A: Solid […]

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Hypnos for Mac

4.0 stars “An great program that lets you go to sleep to iTunes.” December 11, 2009  |   By dhort Version: Hypnos 4.9.6 Pros It gives you a choice of: shut down, restart, pause iTunes, quit iTunes or run an Applescript. You can set minutes, number of songs or until end of playlist. Cons Its small, minimalist […]

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Mobile vs. PC: What’s the Future for This Tech Giant?

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Will Google Roll Out its Music Store Next Week?

Google is planning a mystery event next Wednesday–could it be the announcement of Google’s entry into the online music business? Invites, which began arriving in inboxes Friday, were entitled “These Go To Eleven”–a reference to a classic scene from the “mocumentary” This is Spinal Tap. In This is Spinal Tap, a band member explains that […]

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