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Usenix: Google deploys IPv6 for internal network

In a project that has taken longer than company engineers anticipated, Google is rolling out IPv6 across its entire internal employee network. Google network engineer Irena Nikolova discussed the company-wide implementation at the Usenix Large Installation System Administration (LISA) conference, being held this week in Boston. There, she shared some lessons that other organizations might […]

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Erik Nachbahr, from Helion Automotive Technologies, Gives Three Reasons Auto …

New PC’s Enhance Security, Increase Productivity And Decrease Costs, says Erik Nachbahr, President and Founder Helion Technologies (PRWEB) December 09, 2011 Erik Nachbahr, President and Founder of the Baltimore-based Helion Technologies, says if “good enough” is how an auto dealership characterizes the older desktops staff uses to keep auto sales booming, owners might be surprised […]

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Spacetime Finally Bridges iOS, Android and PC [Updated]

Spacetime has officially bridged iOS, Android, Linux, Windows 7 and Mac with the launch of the Star Legends MMORPG in Google’s Chrome Web Store. A few weeks ago, Spacetime Studios said that its upcoming MMOG Star Legends: The Blackstar Chronicles for the PC would be the first Native Client (NaCl) game released on Google’s Chrome […]

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Garrett Bauer Says He Will Plead Guilty in Merger Tipping Case

December 09, 2011, 12:31 AM EST By David Voreacos (Updates with Bauer’s lectures in sixth paragraph.) Dec. 8 (Bloomberg) — Garrett Bauer, a New York stock trader, pleaded guilty to his role in an insider-trading scheme that the U.S. says generated $37 million in illegal profits by relying on corporate merger tips stolen from four […]

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Samsung TA750 review

When living arrangements dictate that a single room is used for both work and play, you’ll probably find room for only one big screen in your life. Featuring a built-in FreeviewHD tuner and 3D support, Samsung’s LT27A750 TV and monitor fulfils both roles admirably – and a lot more besides. Because it’s a monitor, you […]

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Will Windows 8 be a free upgrade?

Nothing betrays desperation more than a company inflating statistics for its own end. Over the past couple of months, Microsoft has been inflating a stat about Windows 8 to the size of a hot air balloon. Despite being probably a year away from launch, Microsoft claims that Windows 8 “represents the single biggest platform opportunity […]

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Amazon Irks Retailers with $5 Discount

Amazon’s special promotion to get shoppers to use its price check app this weekend has left retailers steaming mad. The promotion, announced by Amazon this week, offers shoppers a 5 percent discount (up to $5) on select items purchased at Amazon if they use the company’s smartphone app on Saturday to compare prices at a […]

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The Slowing Pace of PC Upgrades: When to Buy, and How to Save

As I write this, I’m sitting in front of a pile of disused electronics; remnants of an era of unrelenting PC upgrade cycles. Perfectly functional but obsolete video cards, motherboards, RAM and CPUs lie in wait for potential reuse, though little do they know that their time has already passed. The mere fact of their […]

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Redefining the Family PC, Part 2: Kitchen Connections

If your family is anything like mine, you spend a lot of time in your kitchen. Forget online social networking hubs; the kitchen is the social center of the house. It’s the place where we’re most likely to bump into family members, and some families even gather for regularly scheduled daily meals in the kitchen, […]

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Accused trader admits guilt in insider case

(Reuters) – A New York stock trader pleaded guilty to participating in an insider trading scheme that relied on inside information from a corporate lawyer at four prominent law firms and spanned over 15 years, the U.S. Attorney for the District of New Jersey announced in a press release on Thursday. Garrett Bauer, 44, admitted […]

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