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LG DM2350 review

If your PC and TV live in the same room, you can save a considerable amount of space by going for a TV/monitor combo device such as LG’s DM2350 3D TV Monitor. Design-wise, LG is on to a winner with the LG DM2350. The monitor looks very much like one of the company’s living-room friendly […]

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This Just In: Upgrades and Downgrades

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Terror suspect Jose Pimentel’s mom says sorry to city

The mother of homegrown terror suspect Jose Pimentel says she loves the city — and her son. “I want to apologize to the City of New York,” Carmen Sosa, 56, said Monday in the lobby of a Harlem apartment building. “I love the city. I’ve been here since 1987 and I’m very disappointed with what […]

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HP net income plunges as PC, printer and server lines decline; charges eat into profit

Excluding items, HP earned $1.17 per share. Analysts polled by FactSet expected $1.13 on that basis. Meanwhile, revenue fell 3 percent to $32.12 billion. Analysts expected $32.05 billion. HP shares fell 26 cents, or less than 1 percent, to $26.60 in extended trading, after the results were reported. In Monday’s regular trading session, the stock […]

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Nook Tablet Fully Rooted, Gets You Android Market

Since its release on November 16, there has been a flurry of activity around Barnes Noble’s first tablet offering, the Nook Tablet. It’s not surprising either, previous devices such as the Nook and Nook Color e-readers were pretty popular to root to get running Android, even offering Nook2Android MicroSD cards capable of booting Google’s OS […]

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Ultrabook to shake up semiconductor market, says IHS iSuppli

staff writer A market research firm forecast recently that the growing popularity of Ultrabook laptops will have a major impact on the global electronics supply chain, boosting demand for sensors and power management chips but hurting demand for upgrade memory modules. Backed by Intel Corp. and other major PC brands like Acer Inc. and Asustek […]

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Why Remote Pc Fix Tends to make Perception

They are just accustomed to whipping out the Yellow Pages to discover a regional technician who can do property calls, or to carry it in to a local personal computer restore store. While you may be web savvy and use Google to find a handful of cellphone figures to contact around for the best offer, […]

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5 Things to Watch When HP Reports 4Q Earnings

Like us on Facebook Wall Street has been unsparing with tech company earnings lately. Apple, whose fourth-quarter earnings narrowly missed estimates because consumers withheld buying iPhones ahead of the iPhone 4S release, was punished; No. 3 PC maker Dell, whose third-quarter results exceeded estimates was also also hit because investors didn’t like lower-than-expected revenue which […]

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Microsoft’s Entrepreneur Program a Good Opportunity For Kinect Fans

Microsoft’s new program for entrepreneurs is a cool opportunity for people who have an excellent idea for a commercial application for the Kinect motion-sensing input device but haven’t actually brought it to fruition. The company announced Friday its Kinect Accelerator program, which will choose 10 people or startups to spend three months in Seattle where […]

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Celio Corp Boosts Productivity of Android Tablets with REDFLY ScreenSlider

ScreenSlider and ScreenSlider Pro allows Android device owners to use the tablet or smartphone they already own as a second PC extended display to monitor email, widgets, Facebook, etc. while working. Salt Lake City, UT (PRWEB) November 21, 2011 Celio Corp today announced the launch of its REDFLY ScreenSlider for Android app and ScreenSlider Pro […]

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