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Boost your PC with SpeedItup Free

There’s more than one way to speed up a slow PC. For instance, you can upgrade your hardware by adding more RAM or a faster hard disk. You can remove a lot of your programs or reinstall Windows entirely. Or you can try a program like SpeedItup Free, a free tool for tweaking, cleaning, and […]

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iPad disrupting global DRAM market, causing chipmakers to lose billions

By Daniel Eran Dilger Published: 04:31 PM EST (01:31 PM PST) Sales of Apple’s iPad tablet computers are crushing the best laid plans of many chip makers, causing a surplus of memory chips after a massive expansion in DRAM factories were built in anticipation of conventional PC growth. According to a report by Bloomberg, DRAM […]

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Intel, AMD Shares Both Surge Despite Lagging PC Sales

Like us on Facebook To be sure, HP, the world’s biggest computer company, and IBM, No. 2, both reported strong gains in third-quarter shipments of servers and advanced computers that gang together many microprocessors. Armonk, N.Y.-based IBM, as well, as among the world’s largest chipmakers. IBM shares rose 3.9 percent to $188. To deal with […]

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Find the Perfect E-Reader

We’ve seen lots of changes in the e-reader market over the past year. Prices have plummeted, with $100 and less suddenly a realistic price for e-readers from the major players–Amazon, Barnes Noble, and Kobo. E-reader shipments have skyrocketed: Analyst firm IDC says that shipments have grown by 167 percent as compared with last year. And, […]

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Office 365 upgraded with new features and new markets

Office 365 received a major update today since its release back in June this year. According to the official Office 365 blog, over 40% of the top 100 brands are now using Office 365 or related cloud productivity services from Microsoft. As such, Microsoft is now expanding the availability of its Office 365 service to […]

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Bad wiring leads to fire at Penbrook computer store

Faulty electrical wiring is to blame for a fire that caused at least $150,000 of damage to a computer store in Penbrook early today, investigators said. Firefighters responded to Velter Computer Products near North 27th and Herr streets about 1:30 a.m. after a report of smoke in the area. Several units arrived and it took […]

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NVIDIA and Micron Technology Navigate Volatile Semiconductor Industry

Stocks Leap on Central Banks’ Coordinated ActionAP Stocks are soaring in early trading after major central banks acted to avert a credit crunch.

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Windows 8 Will Run on Older PCs, Says Microsoft

Microsoft Windows 8 will reportedly run modern and older PCs, according to the latest news from Microsoft. If you were worried that a new version of Windows would bring with it higher system requirements, you can now get to sleep a little easier to tonight. Current Windows 7 users will have no problem running Windows […]

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Police in York County look for man who stole computer

YORK COUNTY– Police are looking for a man they say stole a laptop from an area Wal-Mart. The suspect entered the Wal-Mart store located in the 700 block of East Rochambeau Drive on Monday. He broke into the laptop computer storage case and stole one of the laptops. He then concealed the computer under a […]

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Wednesday’s ETF Chart To Watch: MSCI Canada Index Fund (EWC)

Equity markets were mixed on Tuesday as tensions remain high with investors awaiting for a concrete plan of action from Euro zone leaders. On the home front, U.S. consumer confidence came in better-than-expected, sending the Dow Jones Industrial Average higher by 0.28% for the day, while the Nasdaq lagged behind, shedding 0.47% on the day. […]

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