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Ipad 3 Set To Get Super Sized Battery Upgrade

iPad 3’s Most Significant Upgrade Will Be… The third iPad is getting one upgrade consumers won’t be able to refuse. A battery that packs more than twice the capacity of the iPad 2. That’s according to this DigiTimes report (via Business Insider), which claims that the battery capacity for the “high-end” version of Apple’s next […]

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Newegg Reveals Best-Selling Products This Holiday Shopping Season

CITY OF INDUSTRY, CA — Newegg Inc., the second-largest online-only retailer in the United States, today announced its best-selling computer components and consumer electronics products this holiday shopping season. Holiday sales, beginning with Newegg’s launch of Black Friday on November 23 and continuing through the month of December, indicated that laptops, video game consoles, monitors and […]

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2011: the technology year in review

In retrospect, 2011 was a year of enormous change in the computing and internet industry – although it was one in which the ground was laid, rather than coming immediately to fruition. What changes? • the ascendance of the ARM chip architecture, and Microsoft’s • the ascendance of Android, and smartphones• Samsung’s rise to prominence• […]

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Drunk Online Shopping Will Save This Wretched Economy!

​Credit card debt? What credit card debt? Oh, pour yourself another drink. The latest fun — and healthy! — thing we’re all doing under the influence of a little boozin’ is…shopping on our own personal computers, from home, at night, after a hard day’s work, with the jug of wine next to us. In a […]

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US states settle price-fixing claims with LCD makers

Seven Asian companies have come to a US$553 million settlement with several U.S. states in connection with charges of fixing prices of LCD (liquid crystal display) screens, thus pushing up the prices of computers, television sets and other electronics in which the panels were used. Chimei Innolux, Chunghwa Picture Tubes, Epson Imaging Devices, HannStar Display, […]

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There Is No Such Thing As Android, Only Android-Compatible

“Androids” official wallpaper from Android.com The real beauty of open source software isn’t that it’s free; it’s that it’s free to change. Developers can tinker with it, strip it down or build it out, depending on their wants and needs. In the case of Google’s Android, this increasingly means that we don’t have one Android […]

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Argus 911: Two computer stores robbed

<!–Saxotech Paragraph Count: 5–> An owner of a Sioux Falls computer store says he has a surprise for whoever broke into his store: Police might be able to track down the culprit through the iPads that were stolen. Guy Rensch owns Mac Pros on 41st Street. He tells KELO-TV (http://bit.ly/uXAQJ8) that someone threw a rock […]

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Why Speedy 4G Hasn’t Taken Off (Yet)

It’s billed as the nation’s fastest wireless network. But it’s been slow to attract users. One year after its launch, Verizon Wireless’s 4G LTE network has failed to capture the imagination of the cell phone-buying masses, who still prefer the slower-connecting Apple iPhone by large margins. With data-download speeds up to 10 times faster than […]

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Sioux Falls police might find stolen iPads through tracking technology

Talk about it SIOUX FALLS (AP) — An owner of a Sioux Falls computer store says he has a surprise for whoever broke into his store: Police might be able to track down the culprit through the iPads that were stolen. Guy Rensch owns Mac Pros on 41st Street. He tells the media that someone […]

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