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Upgrade your geek with Houston Chronicle technology writer Dwight Silverman

• One on One: Walter Isaacson, Biographer of Steve Jobs – Nick Bilton of the NYTimes interviews Walter Isaacson about his Jobs biography. Meanwhile, John Gruber argues that Jobs was more than just a tweaker. • Apple MacBook Air with AMD processor dead – According to this story, Apple nearly released the MacBook Air with […]

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Channel Broadcast (shop cost) Watch Wisconsin vs Illinois li

Wisconsin vs Illinois Live Stream at ESP2 ESP3 Satellite Cable TV ON PC of NCAA Football Now! How Can I watch Wisconsin vs Illinois Live Stream at ESP2 ESP3 Satellite Cable TV on PC NCAA Football! Enjoy Wisconsin vs Illinois Live Stream, at ESP2 ESP3 Online cable DirecTV ON PC of NCAA Football Now! Wisconsin […]

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HP shares up after analyst upgrade; report looms

NEW YORK Shares of computer and printer maker Hewlett-Packard Co. climbed Friday after an upgrade by an analyst. THE SPARK: HP reported results for the latest quarter, a stormy one, on Monday. Sterne Agee analyst Shaw Wu upgraded the stock to “Buy” from “Neutral” in a Friday morning note. THE ANALYSIS: Wu believes investor expectations […]

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Discover What the Greatest House Loan Can Do For You

Getting the very best lender is about a lot more than just APR, points and other numbers. It’s about locating a person that you connect with – someone who can answer all your concerns although helping you to get the very best possible deal on your residence loan. Thankfully, discovering a great, knowledgeable lender is […]

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Ultrabooks expected to roil chip markets

SAN FRANCISCO—The projected growth of ultrabooks—a low power type of notebook being pushed by Intel Corp.—will shake up several semiconductor markets, boosting the prospects of sensors and power and analog chips but decreasing the market opportunity for upgrade memory modules, according to market research firm IHS iSuppli. IHS (El Segundo, Calif.) predicts that shipments of […]

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Be safe and secure while you shop online

Shopping online this holiday season might be more convenient, but the risks for identity theft remain very real. Forty-seven percent of consumers plan to buy gifts online, a 3 percent increase from the amount reported last year, according to a survey from the National Retail Federation. And more online shoppers mean more money being spent. […]

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Wall Street Beat: Tech lags in wake of mixed results

Computer stocks sagged Friday morning in the wake of continuing economic worries and mixed financial news from hardware and software vendors this week. In midday trading, the Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 4.61 points to 11,775.34, the SP 500 declined 1.99 to 1214.14, while the tech-heavy Nasdaq declined 11.18 to 2571.13. Nasdaq computer stocks in […]

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Ultrabooks expected to shake up chip markets

SAN FRANCISCO—The projected growth of ultrabooks—a low power type of notebook being pushed by Intel Corp.—will shake up several semiconductor markets, boosting the prospects of sensors and power and analog chips but decreasing the market opportunity for upgrade memory modules, according to market research firm IHS iSuppli. IHS (El Segundo, Calif.) predicts that shipments of […]

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Arlington police seek true owners of old Hebrew scrolls and hundreds of other confiscated items

Arlington police are trying to identify the rightful owner of an old Torah and scroll that were confiscated in July from a local businessman charged with receiving stolen property. Arlington Police Department By Brock Parker, Town Correspondent Arlington police say they are still trying to reunite the rightful owners of hundreds of allegedly stolen items, […]

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Ex-PC jailed for £300m tax fiddle

11 November 2011 Last updated at 11:32 ET Brian Olive, Nigel Cranswick and Thomas Murphy were part of the VAT scam An ex-policeman who went from “rags to riches” in weeks by trying to fleece the taxman in a £300m fraud has been jailed for 10 years. Nigel Cranswick, 47, of Danby Close, Kiveton, Sheffield, […]

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