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Tune up your PC this holiday with these smart savings

Taking care of your computer means that it will serve you well and hopefully delay the need to upgrade your hardware for as long as possible. The festive season is now upon us, which  means over-indulging in the food and drink departments and generally failing to look after ourselves. But this does not mean that […]

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Police store 8,000 items plundered in riots

These images show the items looted by thugs during the riots that rocked the West Midlands. Almost 8,000 individual items are currently stored at the secret location as part of the extensive police probe into the disorder in Wolverhampton and Birmingham. Click on the image on the right to see more pictures. They include more […]

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Still a need for USPS even if it’s a bit slower

Some much-needed changes are in store for the United States Postal Service in 2012. Technology and use of the Internet have revamped the way business is conducted and how we communicate with one another. And it’s taken its toll on the postal service. “We have a business model that is failing. You can’t continue to […]

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Windows 8 Beta Coming in February: Should Businesses Care?

Sources close to Microsoft have now reported that the Windows 8 beta will begin in late February 2012, setting up a late fall release for the release of the OS. While a major update of the world’s most popular operating system is always big news, with Window 7 still feeling fresh and Window 8 having […]

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Los Gatos-Monte Sereno officer catches Apple store burglar in the act

Coming from San Jose, the teen may have figured that Los Gatos was so sleepy Thursday night that he could simply stroll up to the brightly-illuminated Apple store in the heart of the tony community, smash the front window with a pick axe and simply walk away with a bag filled with iLoot. Perhaps he […]

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AOC i2353Fh review

Not only that, but the AOC i2353Fh is fitted with a high-quality panel delivering excellent colour and wide viewing angles. At only 10mm thick the i2353Fh makes a pleasant change from the chunky hunks of black plastic that usually form a PC monitor. To achieve this slim frame, AOC has employed a space- and energy-saving […]

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Heck No! We won’t go! (From Windows 7 to Windows 8, that is)

Dec 9 2011   6:55PM GMT Posted by: Ed Tittel IDS says upgrades from Windows 7 to Windows 8 unlikely, enterprises will not be jumping on Windows 8 desktops in big numbers for some time Here’s a cheery bit of news from our friends over at MaximumPC. The story’s headline ”IDC: Happy Windows 7 PC Users […]

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PC Users Get Solution to Removing Vista Security 2012 Rogue AntiSpyware Program

PRLog (Press Release) – Dec 09, 2011 – The Vista Security 2012 fake security application has been a major thorn for PC users who are attempting to utilize their computer in a normal fashion. Vista Security 2012 has been such an annoyance that some PC users have resorted to taking their systems to the local […]

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