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Arista again looks to buck Cisco, others in data center

Arista Networks this week has rolled out four switches and enhanced software designed to address the scalability, resilience and density requirements of cloud computing. Among the new switches are a 16-port 40Gbps Ethernet switch targeted at top-of-rack “spine” applications that connect server racks to the network core. In addition to the QSFP 40G ports, Arista […]

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Why a Touchscreen PC Should Be Your Next Workstation

PC World – 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 […]

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Stocks to watch: Wal-Mart, Dell, Home Depot

By Joseph Woelfel, TheStreet   Updated at 9:38 a.m. ET   Wal-Mart (WMT), the world’s biggest retailer, posted a profit of $3.34 billion, or 97 cents a share, excluding certain items, for the quarter that ended in October. Analysts surveyed by Thomson Reuters had expected the company to earn 98 cents.   Home Depot (HD) said its third-quarter net income […]

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Dell Beats Q3 Earnings Ests., Misses Sales Targets, Shares Off 1.2%

Snapshot: Michael Dell #18 Forbes 400 Video: Michael Dell’s Startup Summit Dell’s Data Center Dreams Quentin HardyForbes Staff Record sales to businesses helped Dell post stronger than expected third quarter earnings, even as the Round Rock, Texas-based company fell short of analyst’s sales expectations Tuesday. Shares of the Round Rock, Texas-based company fell 1.6% in […]

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The Neat Company Releases Neat 5 for Windows

PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 15, 2011 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — The Neat® Company, the leader in digital filing cabinet solutions for the home and small business, announced today that the latest version of their Windows software – Neat 5 – is generally available. Neat 5 will be a free upgrade for current customers and available for purchase […]

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IPEVO Releases Perch Stand for Apple’s iPad

Sunnyvale, CA, Nov 15, 2011 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) — IPEVO, Inc., a designer and maker of products for emerging Internet-driven behaviors, has announced the release of Perch, a stand for Apple’s iPad tablet computer. The IPEVO Store (http://www.ipevo.com) will serve as the exclusive retailer for the product, which will be available for purchase starting immediately. […]

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Sensex ends 236 pts lower; Midcaps fall 2.6 pc

Mumbai: Bears took charge of the street in the last one-and-a-half hour of trade after trading rangebound since morning. Indian equity benchmarks closed over three-week low on Tuesday, losing 1.4-1.55 per cent on the back of broad-based selling. The 30-share BSE Sensex closed well below the 17,000 mark; losing 236.07 points to end at 16,882.67. […]

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Apple iPod touch (2011 model) review

Not everything that will run on the iPhone 4 and 4S (which have superior video processors) will do so on the iPod touch, but most items, including GarageBand, will. Don’t expect the more graphics-intensive iMovie with its real-time video capture and splicing. Similarly, you don’t get the Siri voice-recognition app on the iPod touch version […]

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Boot up: Computer virus hits New Zealand ambulances, the death of the spec …

A quick burst of 9 links for you to chew over, as picked by the Technology team The Death Of The Spec TechCrunch “Earlier today, my colleague Matt Burns wrote a post noting that most tablet makers may be largely failing because they’ve sold their soul to Android and are now just in the middle […]

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Apple launches iTunes Match a couple weeks late

CUPERTINO, Calif. — Apple has turned on its iTunes Match service – although it’s two weeks late. The $25-a-year subscription promises to match every song on a person’s computer and store the tunes in an online account on distant servers known as the “cloud.” The songs can then be downloaded or streamed to other Apple […]

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