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What to Expect in Printers in 2012

No matter how clearly our world of online photo albums, Google Docs, and e-cards may seem–yet again–to ring the death knell for anything on paper, sometimes you still want to print. But these days, you want to print from whatever device you happen to be using–not just from a PC. The year 2012 will bring […]

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Android will be bigger in 2012

It looks like 2012 will be another eventful year for Android. Now that the latest OS version, Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, has hit the market, several device makers are expected to release ICS handsets for a ready consumer market. LG is the latest to reveal its plans around ICS, kicking into high hear during […]

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Hamden Police Make Child Porn Arrest

Hamden police have charged a 55-year-old man with possession of child pornography. Victor Corvari, Jr., of East Haven, turned himself in to police Dec. 19. Police began their investigation into Covari last February after being contacted by a computer repair store on Sherman Avenue in Hamden. Corvari brought his computer to the store to be […]

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Portable Printer integrates with mobile handheld computer.

The Addition of the Dolphin 99EX Expands Datamax-O’Neil’s PrintPAD Integrated Printing Solution to Include Industry Leading Mobile Handheld BOURG-LÈS-VALENCE, FRANCE – – Datamax-O’Neil, a global provider of industrial grade label and receipt printing solutions, today announces the availability of the PrintPAD 99EX, which combines the company’s PrintPAD integrated printing solution with Honeywell’s Dolphin(TM) 99EX mobile […]

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Make the Right Decision Re: The Best Tablet PC for You

With every new technology comes a new learning curve in the marketplace and tablet PCs are no different. So, due to the large selection of models available from a growing number of manufacturers, how do you know which one is going to give you the best bang for your buck? Let’s go through five simple questions […]

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Shop and save all day Online at JOANN fabric and craft stores

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Tips for music fans making leap to the cloud

Q: I’m ready to put my music collection in the cloud, rather than keep it on my computer and smart phone. Any thoughts on which service is best? A: Right now, the main cloud-storage services for music are the Amazon Cloud Drive and Apple’s iCloud, with the recently unveiled Google Music starting to gain traction. […]

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UPDATE: Intel Cuts 4Q Revenue Outlook On Lower PC Production

–Intel cuts 4Q revenue and margin guidance as hard-disk drive shortages hurt the PC industry –Chip maker says computer companies reducing inventories and processor purchases –Intel expects hard-drive shortages to continue into the first quarter (Updated throughout with additional details and analyst comments.) By Shara Tibken Of DOW JONES NEWSWIRES NEW YORK -(Dow Jones)- Intel […]

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