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How to Choose a Laptop for Your Small Business

If you’re shopping for a business laptop for your small-to-medium-size operation at your local big-box store, you’re barking up the wrong tree. The average consumer laptop found there simply doesn’t provide the customization and service that you’ll need, whether you’re looking for one unit or for a whole fleet. Instead, you should shop online at […]

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Eight Signs Your Business is Tech-Illiterate

Do your clients point and laugh when you pull out your circa-2008 cellphone? Was your computer OS released before Obama came to office? It’s time to pass the upgrade hat if your office exhibits any of the following symptoms of extreme technical illiteracy. 1. Everyone Has Their Own Printer While networked printers have been around […]

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2012: The Year Of The Disposable Computer

Like any good tech reporter I went to the computer store yesterday. Or I tried to. What I found myself in, instead, was a succession of big box retailers that had some computers in corners, gathering dust. A line of laptops at Best Buy (BBY), another at Brandsmart, a third at Fry’s. All taking up […]

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Global Social Network for Investors Offers Sharing and Education

WESTERVILLE, Ohio , December 22, 2011 /PRNewswire/ – An online social network aims to become the ultimate resource for investors around the world to learn from others and do their own research. TradingView is a place to get trading ideas, do research on free stock charts and forex charts, and get feedback from other investors. […]

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LightSquared says GPS has to accept interference

Mobile startup LightSquared wants the FCC to declare that it has the right to use spectrum next to the GPS band and that navigation device makers do not. While the petition LightSquared filed on Tuesday seeks a declaratory ruling asserting its right to use the spectrum, it also calls on the U.S. Federal Communications Commission […]

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Sony Xperia Starting ‘Ice Cream Sandwich’ Upgrade in March

Sony Ericsson reaffirmed that it will begin upgrading its 2011 Xperia smartphones to Google’s (NASDAQ:GOOG) Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich platform in March or early April. Sony, which is doing a phased roll-out over several weeks, said the first smartphones to get the upgrade will be the Xperia arc S, Xperia neo V and Xperia […]

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Apple Mac App Store: Officially the fastest growing PC software store ever

Apple’s just posted some Mac App Store figures that point to its first year being a roaring success. In less than a year of life, the software hawker has shifted 100 million app downloads.  “In just three years the App Store changed how people get mobile apps, and now the Mac App Store is changing […]

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Thrill as the Unstoppable Gorg twists tower defense on PC, XBLA, and iOS!!!

It’s amazing what a strong setting can do for a game. Unstoppable Gorg is Futuremark’s newest title, and with a release on the PC, Xbox Live Arcade, and the iOS platform it’s a much less ambitious project than the zero-g shooter Shattered Horizon. Giving the game such an iconic feeling is a smart move, as […]

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Mac Repairs Los Angeles – Macintosh Repair Service

PRLog (Press Release) – Dec 22, 2011 – Are you having problems with your Mac computer, and you just can bring yourself to face the Apple Store? Let your fears be resolved and trust Computer City Repairs will all your questions. Whether you are dealing with a broken LCD screen, a faulty hard drive, or […]

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Amazon Kindle Fire OS Update: 5 Fixes Outlined

Amazon released Wednesday yet another update to the software in its popular Kindle Fire tablet computer. The product, which has already shipped six million units, is only five weeks old but is already on its second software upgrade. This update, revision 6.2.1, addresses five problems that many Fire users found vexing: Access to Android Marketplace […]

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