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An undocumented feature, apparently

This company has recently upgraded to a new phone system, and it’s impressive — a user’s PC can exercise almost complete control over the phone, reports a net admin pilot fish on the scene. “One day about a month after the upgrade, I got a call from one of our receptionists, using her cell phone,” […]

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Mac App Store Serves Over 100 Million Game, App Downloads

  Mac App Store Serves Over 100 Million Game, App Downloads by Eric Caoili [Console/PC, Business] 2 comments <!– –>     December 12, 2011   <!–/* * The backup image section of this tag has been generated for use on a * non-SSL page. If this tag is to be placed on an SSL […]

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Canon DR-M160 review

Resembling a small grey printer, the Canon DR-M160 doesn’t perhaps look like a high-calibre document scanner costing close to £950. Look closer, however, and you see a design that improves considerably on that of Canon’s much cheaper DR-C125. The Canon DR-M160 has a more rugged paper feed, and the guide extends much further, allowing you […]

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Orange Amps upgrades OPC specs, reduces cost

The combined computer and guitar amp introduced by Orange Amps last year – and which subsequently found itself being used in a successful Guinness World Record attempt by fingerboard speed king Tiago Della Vega – has just had some of its internals upgraded, and been given a bit a price cut, too. The Windows 7 […]

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Mac App Store:100M downloads, Windows Store: 0

Seven years have passed since I first strongly suggested to Microsoft product managers that they should add a software applications store to Windows. The idea didn’t go over too well. Today, Apple showed Microsoft why an app store makes loads of sense inside the operating system and why Windows Store’s February launch is way too […]

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Canon DR-C125 review

A sheetfed document scanner designed to allow you to take bundles of documents and turn them into electronic forms, the Canon DR-C125 actually looks more like a paper shredder. It’s not cheap, but it is only half the price of the Canon DR-M160. The Canon DR-C125 is certainly compact, and its various trays and feeds […]

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Ashampoo MouseTracer Free review

Some people would call this software useless, but not me. Nope. Ashampoo’s MouseTracer software only seems useless to people without imagination. You know the type. They drive reliable cars and have productive day jobs. It’s hard for them to see the brilliance behind an app that tracks, in real time, the speed and distance a […]

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PC users unlikely to embrace Windows 8

Computerworld – Research firm IDC expects to see few Windows 8 upgrades on desktops and laptops, and it even predicts that users of conventional PCs won’t show much interest in Microsoft’s upcoming operating system. Microsoft is facing a tough sell with the new operating system, IDC said, because it’s trying to span two worlds by […]

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PC users unlikely to embrace Windows 8

Computerworld – Research firm IDC expects to see few Windows 8 upgrades on desktops and laptops, and it even predicts that users of conventional PCs won’t show much interest in Microsoft’s upcoming operating system. Microsoft is facing a tough sell with the new operating system, IDC said, because it’s trying to span two worlds by […]

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Is the PC gaming market going digital?

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