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New Juniper routers converge the access net

Juniper Networks this week has unveiled access routers designed to provide an on-ramp to the service provider network from residential, business and mobile networks. Juniper’s ACX series Universal Access routers are intended to provide a single platform supporting multiple access points into the service provider network. Typically, residential, business and mobile networks rely on separate […]

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Three years on, Chrome at last arrives on Android

Chrome for Android overlays multiple tabs if you tap the tab button in the upper right. (Credit: Screenshot by Stephen Shankland/CNET) Google today released a beta version of its Chrome browser for Android, a momentous step that marries two of Google’s most important programming projects. The new browser, unlike the stock Android browser, is available […]

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Apple pulls rip-off App Store games

Apple’s seemingly deleted a selection of suspect iOS games from the App Store, which look to be duplicating popular game designs. The US and UK App Stores have removed rip-off apps such as Plant vs Zombie, Angry Ninja Birds and Temple Jump, according to Develop. Many of the clones were developed by indie coder Anton […]

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BenQ RL2240H review

BenQ says it’s tweaked every aspect of the 22in RL2240H for the enjoyment of real-time strategy (RTS) games. To this end, there’s an RTS picture mode alongside the usual Movie, Photo, sRGB and Eco presets. This optimises colour and contrast to help you spot enemies. Our tests bore out the claim. See also: Group test: […]

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iFixit Mac Mini Dual Hard Drive Kit review

Apple’s diminuitive Mac mini has been an enduring classic, ever since it launched seven years ago. It’s the most affordable of all Macs, takes up next to no desk space, and quietly gets on with its job. No fuss in a cute package. For the first year of its life, the Tupperware box-sized computer ran […]

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App Store

Sure, you can use an Apple iPhone to make calls, but as devotees of the ubiquitous device know, there’s so much more to Steve Jobs’ wonder product than the phone itself. A big part of the appeal of the iPhone, of course, is Apple’s App Store, where users can browse a mindnumbing array of applications […]

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MetaQuotes Software Corp. Announces the Release of the MetaTrader 4 Application for iOS Powered Devices

LIMASSOL, Cyprus, February 7, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – MetaQuotes Software Corp. [http://www.metaquotes.net ] has released the mobile version of its popular MetaTrader 4 Trading Platform for iOS powered devices. This powerful online trading Application is now available to all iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch MetaTrader 4 traders. MetaTrader 4 already supports over 350 brokerage firms worldwide […]

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Pappapc Computer Home Business – $100 Per Hour!

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Alienware X51 Review: The Little PC That Could

Among built-to-order gaming PCs, Alienware is about as close as one gets to a household name, and the brand is largely synonymous with huge black boxes covered in garish blinking lights. The new Alienware X51 ($999 as configured, as of February 3, 2012) is a marked departure from that routine, cutting both costs and girth […]

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Food store employees taken to Des Moines hospitals following assaults

Two Des Moines women are being held in the Polk County Jail this morning on first-degree robbery charges for allegedly attacking Dahl’s Foods employees in a shoplifting incident. Karolann Harris (Jail Photo) Three employees were taken to local hospitals by ambulance following the attacks, police said. Taken into custody on Saturday evening were Karolann Benitress […]

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