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ITC delays ruling in Apple patent case against HTC

The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has delayed ruling on a patent case brought against smartphone maker HTC by Apple. The ITC’s ruling in the case has been extended to Monday from Dec. 6, the agency said. The ruling was first scheduled for Oct. 20 before an extension to Dec. 6. It’s not uncommon for […]

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Google ships Chrome 16, patches 15 vulnerabilities

Computerworld – Google yesterday patched 15 vulnerabilities in Chrome, paying $6,000 in bounties to bug hunters who reported some of them, and updated the browser to version 16. The one new feature in the upgrade that Google called out was multi-user synchronization of bookmarks, passwords and apps. Google last refreshed Chrome seven weeks ago on […]

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H&M Uses Computer Generated Bodies With Real Model Heads.

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China May Allow Yuan to Rise 8 pc Against Dollar

Like us on Facebook The Chinese government realizes that it must keep this progress going or face massive social unrest.  Count on them to do everything they can to maintain growth.  Looser monetary policy may the least of it. “The way for investors to play this is to own consumer staples multinationals.  We own McDonald’s […]

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Netgear ReadyNAS Duo v2 review

Network-attached storage tends to fall into one of two camps. It can be industrial-strength – and industrial-looking – NAS boxes brimming with RAIDed hard disks, all ready to take on terabytes of business data. Or there’s the burgeoning growth in lower-cost units for domestic use.  With so much media like video, music and photos to […]

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Archos Readies Tablet Upgrades

By Joseph Palenchar — TWICE, 12/14/2011 Las Vegas – Archos plans to upgrade its 8-inch and 10.1-inch G9 Turbo Android tablets with the addition of dual-core 1.5GHz processor to replace 1.2GHz dual-core processors. The upgraded models ship in January at prices to be announced. In the mid- to late first quarter, the company plans to […]

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Bytes Rx

No matter how serious your computer problems are, the staff at Bytes Rx in Mound House can fix almost any computer crisis, perform maintenance, update your old system or build a new super system. This full service computer store has been in business for seven years. It is owned and operated by Jim Tracy, with […]

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Intel cuts revenue forecast as PC sales fall

Chip maker Intel has cut its revenue forecast for the fourth quarter by about 7%, saying that floods in Thailand that have constrained hard drive production will affect PC sales. The warning spooked Wall Street, where Intel’s stock fell by almost 4% in early trading. Intel said that it now expects revenue for the quarter […]

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Why Apple’s Mac App Store is changing PC software forever

Illustrating the rapidly evolving state of software distribution, Apple Inc. announced Monday more than 100 million applications have been downloaded from its App Store for Mac computers in less than one year. The PC version of the company’s three year-old App Store for its iOS mobile devices — including the iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch […]

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TheArtofSimpleTrading.com Announces “New Year, New Career” Sweepstakes Offering Prospective Traders a Chance to Win a …

TheArtofSimpleTrading.com (TAOST), a new website offering unique, affordable training programs and an online community aimed at demystifying technical trading for beginner and intermediate aspiring traders, launched it’s first annual “New Year, New Career” sweepstakes. The drawing will be held on January 1, 2012, with prizes including an HP All-in-One computer, complimentary subscriptions to TAOST’s live […]

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