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Zambian government cracks down on counterfeit handsets

As Chinese-made counterfeit mobile handsets continue flooding the African market, the Zambian government has become the first country in the region moving to close all outlets selling the phones around the country. Zambia is among many other countries in Africa including Ghana, Kenya, Uganda and Nigeria whose telecom market has been inundated by counterfeit mobile […]

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Microsoft Will Make Sure You Upgrade Your Browser

When I talk to security experts and ask for tips on how people can better protect their computers and networks, either the first or second tip they provide is to make sure your browser is upgraded to the latest version. That statement is often followed by some grumbling about the number of companies and individuals […]

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Man steals handheld computer from convenience store

FORT MYERS, Fla.- On Wednesday, December 14, 2011 the Fort Myers Police Department responded to a theft at a convenience store located at 2275 Winkler Avenue. The suspect seen in the surveillance photos stole a HP iPAQ small handheld computer. The computer is used to track beverage sales and was placed next to the cashier’s […]

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Were the analysts right? Zynga shares down in first trading day

Zynga’s executive team was all smiles this morning after ringing the bell. (Credit: Zynga) Zynga thought its success thus far could justify a $10-per-share stock price. But Wall Street disagrees. The social-gaming company’s stock closed the day today down 50 cents to $9.50, making it the first major Web IPO this year to close lower […]

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Apple TV 4.4.4 fixes video playback error

If your Apple TV has been displaying error messages instead of playing certain types of content recently, a software update released Thursday should provide some welcome relief. Apple TV Software Update 4.4.4 for the second-generation Apple TV doesn’t add any new features, as previous updates have, but it does offer general performance and stability improvements, […]

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Scott Mueller From Que Publishing and Richard Rabins From Alpha Software to Be …

More Related Stories email article print page <![CDATA[ ]]> December 16, 2011 — NASHVILLE, TN — (Marketwire) — 12/16/11 — Guests from Que Publishing and Alpha Software will appear on radio talk show Let’s Talk Computers. Que Publishing is a company of Pearson Education, the world’s largest education publisher and a Pearson (NYSE: PSO) company. […]

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Pickers Game Launches for PC

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Zynga gets off to inauspicious start

Zynga CEO Mark Pincus (middle), along with his wife, Alison, and Zynga executives ringing the bell this morning (Credit: Zynga) Social-gaming company Zynga is officially trading on the Nasdaq, and so far, things aren’t looking too good. The company started selling its shares for $10 around 8 a.m. PT this morning. The stock initially jumped […]

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Aussie retailers to cut costs with managed print services

After a tumultuous year for Australian retailers, the industry’s national body has formed a five year managed print services partnership with Upstream Print Solutions in an effort to cut costs internally and for its members. Australian Retailers Association (ARA) executive director, Russell Zimmerman, told Computerworld Australia that retailers are now under increasing pressure to reduce […]

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Corsair Releases DDR3 Memory Upgrade Kits for Apple Systems – ChannelPro

by ChannelPro-SMB December 15, 2011 02:32 PM Categories: New Products Servers and Storage SystemBuilderPro Comments (0)ReplySubscribe to CommentsEmail Print Corsair, a PC gaming component provider, has launched 8GB and 16GB DDR3 memory upgrade kits for Apple Mac desktop and laptop systems. Mac systems with two memory slots have been limited to only 8 GB of memory, […]

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