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Black Friday Sales Make Kindle Fire a Bestseller

For the last eight weeks, the number one selling product at the world’s largest retailer has been the Kindle Fire—and Black Friday sales kept it there. Although Amazon didn’t release sales figures for its Kindle line of products, it did reveal today in a statement that it sold four times as many Kindle devices this […]

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"Premier Redford 2.0 has significant upgrades, better configured for PC system"

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Report: 122 million to shop Cyber Mon.; more to shop at work

More than 122 million Americans plan to shop online Monday during what has become known as “Cyber Monday,” according to a survey conducted for Shop.org    Shop.org Latest from The Business Journals Cyber Monday outlook: 122 million shoppers to spend .2 billionCyber Monday outlook: 122 million shoppers to spend .2 billionCyber Monday outlook: 122 million […]

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Allied Electronics Signs Distribution Agreement With Keithley Instruments, Inc.

FORT WORTH, TX–(Marketwire -11/28/11)- Allied Electronics, a trading brand of Electrocomponents plc (LSE: ECM.L – News), signed a distribution agreement with Keithley Instruments, Inc. in November. Keithley Instruments designs, develops, manufactures and markets complex electronic instruments and systems geared to the specialized needs of electronics manufacturers for high-performance production testing, process monitoring, product development and […]

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Broadway 2T review

PCTV Systems makes a wide range of TV tuner products for PC users, and the Broadway 2T is one of their first forays into the Mac and iOS market. The compact device is neatly designed – it looks like a small wireless router, as it has two aerials that provide wireless networking capabilities. It also […]

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Keep using Windows XP programs, upgrade to Windows 7

If you use a Windows XP PC but would like to upgrade to Windows 7, our Helproom Expert has some advice. QUESTION I regularly play Microsoft Flight Simulator X, Lock-on, Falcon 4.0: Allied Force and Call of Duty on my XP PC. I’d like to upgrade to Windows 7 but I’m concerned about program compatibility. […]

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Combo home network needed

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 house? A. You can have a combined wired and […]

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AMD Memory Brand Introduced for Entertainment, Performance and Enthusiast …

SUNNYVALE, CA, Nov 28, 2011 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — AMD /quotes/zigman/216580/quotes/nls/amd AMD -1.19% today announced North American retail availability of the first AMD Memory branded desktop system memory modules, debuting with partners Patriot Memory LLC and VisionTek Products, LLC. AMD Memory branded products will help take the guesswork out of DRAM selection, providing an easy […]

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Kingston: SSDs could be storage of choice by end of 2012

Solid state drives have always been the best pick for PC owners compared to regular hard drives. SSDs, which use flash memory to store data, tend to be faster, have no moving parts to replace or wear out and use less energy than regular hard drives. The one difference that hurts SSDs has always been […]

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