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QNAP TS-659 Pro II review

QNAP has upgraded its professional range of multi-bay NAS drives, adding USB 3.0 support for externally attached hard drives, as well as SATA 6Gbps interfaces for the key internal disks. In the example of the QNAP TS-659 Pro II, QNAP has taken the established TS-659 Pro+ and spruced up the spec with these modern upgrades, […]

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Motion Tablet PCs Help Norris Public Power District Realize Up

With its entire meter service depending on a paper-based process, Norris Public Power District knew it needed an upgrade in order to deliver on its goal of providing the highest quality of service possible. Norris Public Power District came across the Motion® J3500 Tablet PC and found exactly what it was looking for – a […]

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Browsers Beat Out Apps for M-Commerce

Apps aren’t always the answer to engaging with consumers on mobile devices—especially when it comes to m-commerce. According to research from rich media company Zmags, very few Americans prefer to use mobile apps for shopping activities. Instead, consumers strongly prefer purchasing through web and mobile browsers. When Zmags surveyed US consumers who owned a PC […]

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Replacing a Faulty TV Under Warranty

We bought an LCD TV from a company called TCL last year. It came with a standard two-year manufacturer’s warranty. Five months in, vertical black and purple lines appeared in the center of the display, and got worse as time went on. We sent the TCL repair center the broken TV, but they sent back […]

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Carlson Introduces the Supervisor+ GPS Tablet Computer

The Carlson Supervisor Just Got More Powerful Maysville, Kentucky, U.S.A (January 23, 2012)— The “SuperG,” the Carlson Supervisor+ GPS Tablet, is here. It’s Carlson’s popular Supervisor tablet computer, a super rugged tablet PC that can be used anywhere, upgraded to include an integrated high-precision GNSS receiver and providing wireless support for Bluetooth, 802.11, GSM and […]

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Senator questions ethics of alleged LightSquared lobbying

U.S. Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa said Monday that the owner of LightSquared and a possible representative of the company may have broken ethics rules when they contacted his office about winning approval for LightSquared’s planned mobile broadband network. Grassley, a leading opponent of LightSquared’s bid to operate a cellular network in frequencies next to […]

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Alienware X51 (January 2012)

Scaling down a gaming desktop means sacrifice. In exchange for the reduced footprint, you lose performance, flexibility in upgrading, and often value. In spite of those issues, I still like the new Alienware X51 slim tower. Alienware’s designers have distilled the company’s signature UFO motif into an aggressive little package without crossing into gaudiness. Our […]

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Alan Wake shines on PC in February

When Alan Wake was first announced in 2005, it was expected to make its debut on both the Xbox 360 and PC. However, plans for a PC version were later quashed, and the game was released in 2010 only on the Xbox 360. Last month, developer Remedy announced it was bringing the game to the […]

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Move to Digital: Lose Your Unwanted Books

Ever since I received an ebook reader over the holidays, I’ve wanted to clear out as much of my physical library as I can to replace it with digital editions. There are, of course, a ton of things I’ll miss about traditional books. But one thing I absolutely won’t miss is how much room they […]

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