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Micron jumps on upgrade; SanDisk gets hit

Shares of Micron Technology MU jumped 9% Tuesday after getting an upbeat review from Barclays Capital which upped the stock’s rating to overweight from equal weight. Micron was the top gainer on the SP 500 at last check. Micron, which makes memory chips, is seen taking a hit from the slump in personal computer sales, […]

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3 arrested in Apple Store burglary in Scottsdale

Police arrested three Mesa residents early Monday on suspicion of burglarizing the Apple Store at the Scottsdale Quarter. Scottsdale police said 19-year-old James Combs, 18-year-old Daniella Sierra and a 17-year-old were among six people who smashed in the front door of the store and stole $70,000 to $80,000 in electronic and computer merchandise. In most […]

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Barclays upgrade Micron, shares jump

Hackers claiming to be Saudis posted credit card information of thousands of Israelis on the Internet, credit card companies said Tuesday, in what appeared to be a politically motivated attack. One expert played down its scope.

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Tranquil slips 1.5in PC into hi-fi rack

Gallery By Barry Collins Posted on 3 Jan 2012 at 09:05 Tranquil has unveiled a new media centre PC that is only 1.5in thick and designed to slip into a hi-fi stack. The MMC-12 is passively cooled and emits “zero noise”, even with a regular hard disk fitted, the company claims. And you may well […]

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Gun-wielding thug holds up store employee

Print this story Facebook this Tweet this Digg this Del.icio.us Email to a friend 77th Precinct Prospect Heights Can you hear me now? A gun-wielding thug robbed an electronics store on Washington Avenue on Dec. 22. An employee of the Metro PCS store between Lincoln and St. Johns places told cops that a woman held […]

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Unless competitors lose their suck, Apple won’t lose its cool factor in 2012

Brian Deagon, a writer over at Investor’s Business Daily, has listed off five tech predictions for 2012. Amongst his predictions, apparently Apple will lose its cool factor in 2012. Deagon states: With the iPod, iPhone and iPad, Apple (AAPL) redefined markets and defined cool. But what’s left? The iPhone is boxy, flat and feeling stale. […]

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Etsy, Not Regretsy: Five Miami Artists To Watch

DefiantDecals​DefiantDecals The DefiantDecals home deco shop is run by a mother and daughter duo. The pair make custom vinyl decals that jazz up a wall space, car or computer. We particularly love the set of gargantuan hanging spiders that would look bizarre and awesome in a living room (just so long as it’s not the […]

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Search guru Danny Sullivan takes Google to task for Android’s clunky …

Google’s Android is considered the more open operating system than Apple’s iOS alternative because developers are free to customize the code and hardware vendors can build whatever Android-powered device they choose to design. By contrast, Apple tightly controls iOS which only runs on Apple devices and also has far tighter restrictions and review of apps […]

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Commodore 64 turns 30 years old

Commodore 64 marks anniversary A key part of the computer industry marked its anniversary this week as the Commodore 64 turned 30 years old. The hardware was unveiled at CES in early January 1982 and became one of the longest-lasting computers of its era, with variants in use until the company shuttered in April 1994. […]

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