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Microsoft the Sleeper Hit Of CES 2012?

Microsoft’s final Consumer Electronics Show keynote on Tuesday was criticized for not delivering much in the way of interesting news, but the software giant just might be the sleeper hit of CES. Alongside big trends at this year’s show such as Smart TVs, new display technologies, apps, and Ultrabooks, new handsets from HTC and Nokia […]

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Anti-Virus Company Sued for Scare Tactics

The makers of Norton Antivirus are accused of running fake scans and bullying customers into purchases. We’ve all seen the messages pop up on our screen. “Malware detected!” “Your computer is infected!” “Download this software now or cybercriminals will invade your privacy, steal your identity and obliterate your soul!” These are the tactics of third-rate […]

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PC Makers Put Their Money On ‘Ultrabooks’

To view this content you need Flash and Javascript enabled in your browser. Please download Flash from the Adobe download website. 3:54pm UK, Thursday January 12, 2012 Computer manufacturers are hoping 2012 will be the year of the ultrabook, a new type of Intel powered super-thin laptop hot on the heels of Apple’s Macbook Air. […]

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PC Shipments Falling: Will the Industry Ever Rebound?

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PC Advisor’s top five tweets of the week

There’s been plenty of tech news dominating Twitter this week, not least because the Consumer Electronics Show is in full swing in Las Vegas. Here’s our five favourite Tweets of the week. CES 2012: LG Wows with 55-inch OLED TV, 4G Android Phone, and Smart(er) TVs CES is well underway in Vegas this week and […]

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Pc Pools Announces the Top Three Categories for Safe Online Shopping

St Paul, MN, January 12, 2012 –(PR.com)– PcPools, one of America’s leading direct marketers of above ground pools and pool supplies for residential and commercial pool owners is announcing its Top Three Tips for Safe Internet Shopping. Here are the Top Three Tips for Online Security: Security – This consists of several things. First, look […]

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Analysts react to Microsoft warnings of PC shipment declines

Financial anaylsts are reacting to Microsoft’s warnings about sales of PCs dropping faster than anticipated. At a meeting with analysts in Las Vegas, Bill Koefoed, Microsoft general manager of investor relations, and Tami Reller, chief financial officer and chief marketing officer of Windows, warned that sales of PCs would likely drop faster than anticipated in […]

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Dropcam HD Wi-Fi Camera Lets You Monitor Your Home From Your Phone

One of the overarching themes we’ve seen in the last year is the mobile-connected automated home. Forgot to turn off a light after you left your house? Switch it off from your phone. Want to adjust your home’s temperature to save on energy bills? There’s an app for that. Want to know what sort of […]

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CES 2012: MSI GUS II External Thunderbolt Graphics Upgrade System

While wandering around the MSI suite at The Venetian today I came across a very interesting new device.  The GUS II is an external discrete graphics card dock that connects to a notebook PC (or small-form factor, etc) via a Thunderbolt connection.  Thunderbolt is a somewhat new interface that extends the PCI Express bus outside of the machine allowing […]

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Same Day Computer opens "Express" in Dover

DOVER — Same Day Computer, a growing company that caters to businesses, students and individuals who need fast response and turnaround for computer repairs and upgrades, has opened a new location in Dover. With a company motto of “Life Won’t Wait for Computer Problems,” Same Day Computer offers customers a local, reliable and rapid solution […]

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