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Dell UltraSharp U2412M review

Something of a rarity these days, Dell’s UltraSharp U2412M is a 24in monitor featuring a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels in the classic 16:10 widescreen ratio. Its smart, business-like appearance is an entirely appropriate one, being designed primarily for the very best image quality combined with premium ergonomics which enable strain-free use for many […]

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Windows 8 Tablets

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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The great gas hydrate escape

The analysis is the first time researchers have accurately quantified the molecular-scale interactions between the gases — either hydrogen or methane, aka natural gas — and the water molecules that form cages around them. A team of researchers from the Department of Energy’s Pacific Northwest National Laboratory published the results in Chemical Physics Letters online […]

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PC Gold Inc. and Platinum Group Metals Ltd. Under Current Evaluation

Equedia.com and The Equedia Weekly Letter provides research on Canadian companies with a focus on mining and resource stocks. Equedia is continuing research and evaluation on the prospects of PC Gold Inc. (TSX: PKL.TO) and Platinum Group Metals Ltd. (TSX: PTM.TO). To be further notified of our updates on these companies and special report editions […]

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ViewSonic VX2451Mhp-LED review

The pearl-white finish of the ViewSonic VX2451Mhp-LED immediately sets it apart from the multitude of grey or ‘piano black’ 24in monitors currently on the market. It looks great in a home environment where its bright exterior causes it to look considerably smaller than its 24in screen would lead you to expect. As such, the ViewSonic […]

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Cheap PC Gaming: Hoard

As an interesting counter to the constant dragonslaying you’ve hopefully been doing in Skyrim recently (you definitely should have been playing Skyrim a lot), this week’s CPCG involves you playing as a dragon. Rather than attacking Dovahkiin, however, you’ll be collecting gold, princesses and gigantic gems. Yes, princesses. Hoard is a game in which you, wait for it, […]

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Top Shopping Tools: Web Browsers, Smartphones, and Facebook

Among the various digital shopping channels available to consumers today, when discovering new products, most online shoppers prefer to use websites via PC or laptop or browser-based mobile sites via smartphone rather than mobile apps, according to a new study by Zmags. Among surveyed online consumers (defined in the study as people who shop via […]

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Remains of the Day: Ebook learnin’

Apple’s education announcement is all over the news, with suggestions ranging from interactive textbooks to ebook publishing tools (gee, those sound familiar). Some, however, say that it’s all over-hyped–so clearly we should be looking forward to the next next Apple announcement. The remainders for Tuesday, January 17, 2012 are almost excited enough to consider going […]

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Alienware announces X51 small form factor gaming PC, starting at $699

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Tesco bags in store software

Retail giant Tesco is implementing software to reduce the time and complexity of introducing digital services. Tesco is rolling out service-orientated software Retalix 10 in its stores worldwide to integrate in-store systems, mobile commerce and online channels. Tesco has used Retalix software since 1995 and the latest agreement will see it roll out software in more […]

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