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New Cisco WebEx Manages Total ‘Meeting Lifecycle’

(click image for larger view and for slideshow) Cisco Systems is upgrading its WebEx cloud-delivered meeting service to cover the entire “meeting lifecycle”–from pre-meeting planning to post-meeting action items followup–so that the entire meeting experience exists in the WebEx platform. Cisco also used a recently-concluded Collaboration Summit 2011 event in Miami to announce an expansion […]

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Computer shop admits MS copyright infringement

CHRIS GARDNER – TECHNOLOGY EDITOR The Hamilton computer store at the centre of a copyright probe has admitted wrongdoing to Microsoft New Zealand in an out-of-court settlement and paid the software giant an undisclosed sum in damages. Smart PC, in Anglesea St, found itself at the centre of a six week copyright and licensing investigation. […]

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HP: Time To Buy The Stock, Sterne Agee Contends

LONDON (Reuters)- In some cultures, the number 7 is mystical and magical; in the euro zone, it’s a Mayday call. Yields on the bonds of two of the currency bloc’s largest economies — Italy and Spain — were either at or within a whisker of 7 percent in the past week, creating huge concern about […]

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LCD, e-ink challenger Mirasol will be on devices in months

Most tablets and e-readers today use LCD or e-ink technology, but a new challenger that promises sharp color and reduced screen power consumption could be used in devices in a matter of months. Qualcomm’s Mirasol display technology, which has been under development for years, will be in full production and in devices by the middle […]

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Buffalo India Launches USB 3.0 PCI-Express Interface Board with 4 Ports

IT News Online Staff2011-11-18 Buffalo Technology, a provider of networking, storage, multimedia and memory solutions, has launched its high performance PCI-Express interface board with four USB 3.0 ports. The board’s high-performance interface allows users to upgrade their PC so as to connect to next generation of external HDDs and flash drives that support USB 3.0 […]

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New Computer Store Goes Big When it Comes to the Community

Email PDF Print Mount Laurel, NJ (PRWEB) November 15, 2011 Joe and Cathy Senick, IT service providers, announce the opening of Senick Consulting at 123 Creek Road #12, Mount Laurel, NJ 08054 Joe and Cathy Senick are small business owners, just like their clients. They decided to go into business in 2005. At this time, […]

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Xbox 360 Users Up in Arms Over Modern Warfare 3 Problems

By Tim Smith This appears to be a regular issue: a game comes out and sells millions and zillions. People report disc read errors on Xbox 360. BBC’s Watch Dog looks into it.. This time it’s Modern Warfare 3. Thankfully Watch Dog hasn’t got there yet though. Microsoft’s own Xbox Forum is, however, getting a […]

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Windows 8 is an "exciting" upgrade

Microsoft finally decides to give Windows users a less-annoying working environment… The new user interface of Windows: The Live Tiles similar to Windows Phone. …for updates and restart notifications that is. Being a Windows user myself, I cannot help myself from ranting about the fact that my Windows 7-laden laptop keeps on popping out these […]

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Police Release Surveillance Video Of Manhattan Computer Store Robbery

Print 11/17/2011 11:22 PM By: NY1 News ‘); if(infobox==’True’ ShowInfoBox_l150997_1==false){ jQuery(“#player_infobarl150997_1″).trigger(‘click’); ShowInfoBox_l150997_1==true; } }; $.setup_player(Play_Conf); //info bar setup jQuery(‘#player_infobarl150997_1′).click(function() { var $info =jQuery(‘#player_info_contentl150997_1′); if($info.text()!=”){ var $content = jQuery(‘div’,$info); //min heigth var min = $content.css(‘min-height’); var max = $content.css(‘max-height’); $info.slideToggle(600); ShowInfoBox_l150997_1=!ShowInfoBox_l150997_1; } }); }); A robbery was caught on camera at a computer repair store in Manhattan. […]

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Dell shares fall on concerns about Thai flooding

ATHERTON, Calif./LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – Fisker Automotive is on track to meet production goals for its electric sports cars in 2012 despite production delays that have sharply reduced the start-up carmaker’s projected deliveries this year. Production of Fisker’s first vehicle, the plug-in hybrid Karma, was held up by faulty …

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