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Buffalo CloudStation Duo 2TB review

Network-attached storage (NAS) devices are useful for more than simply backing up files. Since they contain their own operating system, memory and processor, they can also act as a BitTorrent client, iTunes or DLNA server, or as an online file server. Configuring a NAS to let you access your music, photos, video and other files […]

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The Darkness II (PC)

The Darkness II is a shooter. OK, so that seems a pretty odd statement to make: Of course The Darkness II is a shooter! But in this sequel’s case, it’s an important point to consider. The Darkness (the original game on consoles) had the feel of an adventure. Sure, you shot guns, but the action, […]

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Competition for Best Computer Repair Shop Heats Up

San Diego, CA, Feb 09, 2012 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) — Competition heats up as MojoPages Awards voting for Best Computer Repair Shop in the U.S. approaches its end. Voting takes place in small cities to large metropolitan areas, with the most popular markets being Chicago, Los Angeles, Detroit, Philadelphia, Orlando and San Diego. Final votes […]

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ViewSonic VP2765-LED review

ViewSonic’s 27in VP2765-LED is a professional-grade monitor, yet it’s available at a significantly lower price than most such displays. It looms over the sub-24in competition, but offers the same 1920×1080 resolution. We’d want 2560×1440 pixels on a display this size, even at this price. See also: Group test: what’s the best display? The screen is […]

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UK PC suppliers pray for Windows 8

PC suppliers in the UK are praying for Microsoft’s Windows 8 to arrive sooner rather than later. The latest figures are showing that PC sales in the UK are falling fast. This is partly due to economic woes and partly because no one wants to buy a PC if they will have to upgrade at […]

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Google Plans First Retail Store at Dublin European Headquarters

Google Inc. (GOOG) plans its first stand- alone retail store at its European headquarters in Dublin after a trial at a computer shop in London, according to a filing by the world’s most popular search engine. The Google Store would be open to the public and sell unspecified Google merchandise, Google’s Irish unit said in […]

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You will decide whether Windows 8 is a success or a failure

What seems to be missing in all the opinions, is the costs involved. XP is still out there at just under 50%. As these systems fail due to age of hardware, they are being replaced with Win7 systems. All those customized apps for those systems have probably have been rewritten for Win7 and IE8 or […]

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Save big on security software in February

February is a great month if you’re looking to bolster the security of your computer as we have an amazing selection of offers available on AVG products in the Downloadcrew Software Store. Whether you are looking to protect a single computer, or several, we have deals on the most appropriate software for you so you can […]

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Computer Secrets Unleashed! 2009

Computer Secrets Unleashed! 2009 Earn 60%!) All New For 2009! Dont Pay A Computer Guy 100’s Or 1000’s Of Dollars! A Top I.t. Pro Breaks His Silence & Reveals The Secret Techniques To Keep Your Home/office Computer Screaming Fast, Free Of Spyware, Viruses & Hackers, And 100% Backed Up! Computer Secrets Unleashed! 2009 Augmented Reality […]

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Canon adds AirPrint support to more all-in-one printers

With iOS printing in high demand, more and more wireless printers are adding this function to their lineup of standard features. On Tuesday, Canon announced that two new Pixma printer models now have AirPrint compatibility: the MX512 and MX432 Wireless Office All-In-One inkjet printers. These aren’t the first Canon printers to feature AirPrint–Canon added AirPrint […]

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