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Symantec says pcAnywhere safe, offers free upgrade

BOSTON | Mon Jan 30, 2012 4:25pm EST BOSTON (Reuters) – Symantec Corp said it is safe to use its pcAnywhere software for accessing remote PCs after it asked customers last week to disable the product because it put them at greater risk of being hacked. The software maker took the unusual step of urging […]

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Akihabara opens subculture center

A new landmark has opened in Tokyo’s Akihabara electronics district that houses specialty shops for “Akiba culture” goods. The six-story Akiba Culture Zone, which used to be a Laox Co. computer store until it closed in 2007 after business declined, now has tenants offering such items as comics, animation figurines and pop idol goods. The […]

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Expo Notes: Scanner makers have their heads in the Cloud

Don’t believe it when folks say that the Macworld | iWorld show floor was primarily filled with iOS accessories–the community of document scanner makers was quite well represented too. At least seven different companies had scanners on display. Continuing a trend that we saw last year, many scanner companies are relying on their cloud capabilities […]

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Symantec says pcAnywhere safe, offers free upgrade

BOSTON — Symantec said it is safe to use its pcAnywhere software for accessing remote PCs after it asked customers last week to disable the product because it put them at greater risk of being hacked. The software maker took the unusual step of urging customers to temporarily stop using the product after an investigation determined […]

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Computer shop issues PC scam warning

Published on Monday 30 January 2012 16:00 THE owner of a Pinchbeck computer shop has warned Free Press readers of a telephone scam. The caller claims to be from Microsoft Security and tells you that you have critical errors on your computer, which is about to crash. They will guide you into your computer’s error […]

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Buffalo LinkStation Pro LS-VL review

The Buffalo LinkStation Pro LS-VL is a single-disk NAS (network-attached storage) unit, available with either a 1, 2 or 3TB disk inside. It lets you store, backup and share files over a network. It can also stream media files to your entertainment devices. The Buffalo LinkStation Pro includes a setup and utilities disc for Windows […]

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Best Way to Upgrade Vista to Windows 7

Wlpncp plans to upgrade his wife’s PC from Vista to Windows 7. He asked the Laptops forum for advice. You have two basic options: an Upgrade install, or a Custom one. The Upgrade install seems like the obvious choice, and like the easy one. But it’s not the smart choice. An Upgrade keeps all of […]

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Alan Wake PC getting a boxed version

Most PC gamers moved away from boxed retail copies of PC games a long time ago, thanks in no small part to the convenience of digital distribution services such as Steam, but Alan Wake PC will be getting a boxed version regardless. The boxed version of Alan Wake for the PC will be brought to […]

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iPro Lens for iPhone review

The iPhone is all the camera most people need. Even legendary celeb snapper Annie Leibovitz recommended Apple’s iPhone 4S as “the snapshot camera of today”. But Leibovitch still uses pro digital SLR cameras for her day job. She needs the interchangeable lenses, and you don’t even get a proper optical zoom on the iPhone – […]

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