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Penguin Pulls E-Books from Libraries, Including Kindle Versions

Spooked by the possibility of piracy, one publisher has removed its e-books from libraries’ digital shelves, including Kindle editions. Penguin Group USA cited “concerns about the security of our digital editions” in a statement to Library Journal’s Digital Shift blog. The publisher didn’t elaborate on its concerns, but said it’s “working closely with our business […]

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Rufus Hound Turns PC Match-Maker for Windows

LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM, Nov 23, 2011 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — Editors Note: There is one video associated with this press release. Have you ever been embarrassed by your PC but not dared to upgrade? Is your PC so old it’s not worth stealing? Rufus Hound, has launched Windows: Your PC Mate, a national campaign continuing […]

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Gangs of minors rob Korean tourist, shop

So young yet so well on their way to ending up on the wrong side of the law. Two groups composed of young people between the ages of 10 and 17 robbed a Korean man and the owner of a computer shop in separate incidents in Manila. At 8.20 pm on Monday, Oh Young Jae, […]

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THE APPLE INVESTOR: Investors Value Apple On Products, Not Innovation

The Apple Investor is a daily report from SAI. Sign up here to receive it by email. Image: Matt Rosoff Business Insider See Also: THE APPLE INVESTOR: Tim Cook Is Betting On Tablets Replacing PCs THE APPLE INVESTOR: Despite Rumors, Demand For The iPhone 4S “Record-Breaking” THE APPLE INVESTOR: What Are The Four Keys To […]

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Canon i-SENSYS MF8380Cdw review

The Canon i-SENSYS MF8380Cdw multifunction printer costs more than its cousin, the i-SENSYS MF8080Cw, but is an infinitely better product. It’s faster, and it produces better output. Printing costs are broadly speaking the same. The Canon i-SENSYS MF8380Cdw colour laser printer also offers automatic duplexing to save on paper costs, and it’s set to duplex […]

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This Just In: More Upgrades and Downgrades

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Star Tribune, Minneapolis, Steve Alexander column [Star Tribune, Minneapolis]

(Star Tribune (Minneapolis, MN) Via Acquire Media NewsEdge) Nov. 22–Q We have a cable modem for Internet service in our home, and use a wired router to connect PCs in four different rooms. My wife wants Wi-Fi so she can wirelessly download books to her Kindle e-reader. How can we get Wi-Fi in our hard-wired […]

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Easy PC goes bust

it’s good they are trying to honour customers, but would be surprised if they did actually repay anyone who paid without a card. why would they, if they are bust and have no obligation? where is the money coming from? they don’t need to show goodwill on a brand name that is dead, unfortunately. -1

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Gunman barricades himself inside Air Force’s GPS satellite control facility

The Air Force confirmed this afternoon that an individual from the 50th Security Forces Squadron has barricaded himself inside the Colorado base building that controls most of the GPS communications throughout the U.S. Schriever Air Force base reports that everyone on the facility is safe and that no operations have been interrupted. MORE NEWS: Celebrating […]

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Portsmouth Hospitals trust seeks IT upgrade

Portsmouth Hospitals trust is looking to set up a five year contract, worth £3m, to improve IT services for its clinical and administrative staff. The core objectives of the deal will be to increase the speed of access to clinical and administrative data, reduce the trust’s cost of ownership of its current PC estate, and […]

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