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LG BE12LU38.AUAE10B review

The white casing and enormous size of LG’s external Blu-ray writer means it dwarves even Buffalo’s offerings. This 1.6kg burner is not at all portable and requires its own power supply. It is somewhat quieter than its Buffalo rivals, however. The drive can be mounted on its side if needed. Its metallic eject button responds […]

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Windows 8 will not be kind to Intel this year, says analyst

A Windows 8 tablet using an Intel next-generation dual-core ‘Clover Trail’ Atom chip was shown at CES. (Credit: Brooke Crothers) Intel will have to slog through a tough 2012 before it sees any real windfall from Windows 8, according to investment bank Piper Jaffray. “We believe CY12 (calendar year 2012) is shaping up to be […]

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After Zappos hack, how to protect yourself online

AP Another week, another computer security breach. Hackers broke into a Zappos server in Kentucky Sunday night, giving them access to personal records of 24 million Zappos customers — which means if you’ve ever used the site, you’re probably a victim too. Actually, if you’ve ever been online, the chances are pretty good that some […]

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Dixons Retail PLC

Tuesday, 17 January 2012 DIXONS RETAIL PLC (Other OTC: DSITF.PK – news) Solid performance in tough markets Dixons Retail plc, one of Europe (Chicago Options: ^REURUSD – news) ‘s leading specialist electrical retailing and services companies, is today updating the market on trading for the 12 weeks ended 7th January 2012. · Total (Other OTC: […]

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Sapphire Vid-2X review

Even at high resolutions, using just one screen can mean not having enough room to fit all your open windows at any one time. Multi-screen desktops remain a handy approach to increasing productivity by spanning your available screen space across two or more displays. Of course, this option has been available for many years, and […]

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Opinion: How Apple has changed enterprise computing, forever

By Jonny Evans Led by the fast-emerging BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) trend,  Apple [AAPL] is crunching into the enterprise market, creating a growing market share with the Trojan Horse of its mobile devices and a fast-growing interest in its Macs. We need promises that deliver With Windows 8 the latest Microsoft promise to woo […]

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SavingsDaily.com Partners with BestBuy.com to Bring Best Computer Deals and Coupons to Shopping Community

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Dixons Retail sees electronics sales fall over Christmas

Dixons Retail (Other OTC: DSITF.PK – news) , the owner of the PC World and Currys chains, unveiled a decline in sales over Christmas but a rise in margins and the lack of a profit warning cheered investors. Shares in Dixons rose 1 to 10.9p, or 10pc, as the group delivered an upbeat trading report […]

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Windows 8 Tablets: Still Hiding

Considering that 2012 will be the year of Microsoft’s dramatic upgrade to Windows 8, one might have thought the floor of the Consumer Electronics Show last week would be filled with prospective hardware platforms for the new Windows operating system. it might have seemed logical to expect that to hear lots about tablets with Windows […]

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Biz Break: Symantec goes shopping, Steve Jobs doll not for sale, and Facebook plans IPO

Click photo to enlarge Today: Mountain View-based computer-security company Symantec buys LiveOffice for about $115 million, giving it cloud-archiving offering. Also: Steve Jobs doll will not be released after pressure from Apple (AAPL), Jobs lawyers, and a report says Facebook wants public debut to be in May. Symantec buys cloud-based archiving company Mountain View-based computer-security […]

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