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Panasonic to sell TV panel factory to new Japan Display venture

Panasonic said Tuesday it will sell one of its main domestic TV panel factories to a new joint venture focused on producing smaller screens, as Japan’s big-name manufacturers continue to seek relief from deep losses in their display businesses. The move comes as part of a broader restructuring plan for Panasonic’s overall television business, which […]

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Windows 8’s Metro Interface Could Slow Down Business Users

Microsoft certainly made a big splash Tuesday with its demonstrations of Windows 8 at the BUILD conference in Anaheim, and it’s easy to see why. The new platform is a surprisingly radical departure from the traditional Windows paradigm. There are clearly going to be lots of improvements in Windows 8, including snappier performance, multiplatform support, […]

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The Business Finance Store Advises Small Businesses to Pay Attention to Research

The Business Finance Store discusses some of the latest research in business technology and how small businesses can benefit from the findings. Santa Ana, CA (PRWEB) November 16, 2011 According to a study by Forrester Research Inc., Mac users have better computer skills overall and are more productive. Gartner Research recently released a study that […]

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Dell Shares Slip Despite Higher Net on Slowing Sale Fears

Like us on Facebook Dell shares fell about 1.5 percent after hours from their close at $15.63, up 4 percent in the past three months and 15.4 percent this year. Analysts had expected the Round Rock, Tex.-based direct-order PC pioneer to report earnings of 47 cents a share on revenue around $15.65 billion, compared with […]

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Apple iPod touch (2011) 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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NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and WeatherProblems Delay PC …

Thousands of Charlottesville city school students will not get a high tech upgrade.  Tuesday, the school division said the initiative to give most students a tablet PC will be delayed because of some technical problems. The PC tablets were supposed to be given out this week, but in the final testing of more than 2,000 […]

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New Computer Repair Store Helps Customers Avert Crisis

Move over, Geek Squad. There’s a new computer repair shop in town. Since Oct. 1, Computer Crisis, LLC has occupied 37319 Detroit Road, and offered everything from data recovery to setting up websites for small businesses to selling refurbished computers, owner James Chesna said. “At least two people come in every day for help with […]

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Asia’s Biggest Massively Multiplayer Online Games: MapleStory [PC]

In this day and age, gamers are seeing more and more free-to-play titles on a daily basis. Not all of these are for the casual market; hardcore-tailored shooters, like Firefall and Ghost Recon Online are currently in development by top-tier talent and studios, and they will be using the “freemium” method of distribution. In a […]

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Medical research group skips 40G, makes ‘right move’ to 100G Ethernet

Howard Hughes Medical Institute (HHMI), a nonprofit medical research organization, has implemented a 100G Ethernet network to boost bandwidth for advanced data analysis. The institute swapped out a Force10 network in favor of Brocade MLXe routers. Fifty-six ports in HHMI’s two-router core run 100G Ethernet, making HHMI’s Janelia Farm Research Campus the largest single site […]

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NBC29 WVIR Charlottesville, VA News, Sports and WeatherTechnical Problems …

Thousands of Charlottesville city school students will not get a high tech upgrade.  Tuesday, the school division said the initiative to give most students a tablet PC will be delayed because of some technical problems. The PC tablets were supposed to be given out this week, but in the final testing of more than 2,000 […]

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