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Tacx Bushido T1980 review

Ergotrainers are a popular preserve of the serious cyclist. Rather than a static exercise bike, these clever bits of kit allow you to put in the miles on your own bike. Tacx’s Bushido is an unashamedly high-end example of the breed, capable of emulating the ups and downs of real-life cycling. The Bushido operates wirelessly. […]

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An arcadian ode to the old arcade

(Credit: Edward Moyer/CNET) SANTA MONICA, Calif.–There was a time, not all that long ago, when the only way to play a decent (or indeed most any) “computer game” was to seek one out at a local pizza parlor or bowling alley–or, if you were lucky and your neighborhood had been blessed with such an establishment, […]

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Motorola Exec Blames Hardware for ICS Upgrade Delay

It’s the hardware fragmentation that’s keeping you from getting that Android 4.0 upgrade pronto. Christy Wyatt, senior vice president and general manager of Motorola’s Enterprise Business Unit, says it isn’t smartphone manufacturers slowing down upgrades to Android 4.0 “Ice Cream Sandwich” by customizing the OS — it’s the hardware. Or rather, it’s Google developing the […]

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Books are just right for Presidents Day – News

Lunch, music, shopping. Sounds like a great afternoon to me. Mark your calendar for March 10 and attend the third annual Luncheon for Learning, which benefits the Children’s Dyslexia Center of Southern Illinois. The fundraiser takes place at Bellecourt Manor in downtown Belleville and includes shopping, live musical entertainment, a silent auction and attendance prizes. […]

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Mandatory GPS for mobile phones proposed

A discussion document issued through the Ministry of Economic Development on the current and future performance of the emergency-calling system fingers the increasing use of mobile devices and “new” technologies such as voice-over-IP (VoIP) as challenges to the way the system currently operates. The report points out, in particular, that mobile and VoIP phones do […]

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Microsoft’s Surprising Business Plan For Windows In Big Companies

AP Windows 8 is an important product for Microsoft — it has to rekindle consumer interest in PCs while meeting the threat of the iPad. But in the enterprise? Not so much. For enterprises, Microsoft still thinks there’s plenty of upside in selling Windows 7, even after Windows 8 is out. “For the enterprise the […]

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ExhibitView iPad™ & PC a “HUGE HIT” at LegalTech NYC.

PRLog (Press Release) – Feb 08, 2012 – Rome, Georgia – ExhibitView Solutions, LLC, provider of trial presentation software on PC and iPad had officially released ExhibitView iPad (http://www.exhibitviewipad.com/) last November. The app is now available at Apple’s iPad apps store. With the recent exhibition at Legaltech in February, the release of the more powerful […]

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Philips Brilliance 241P4QPYES review

The Brilliance 241P4QPYES is designed for an office environment, but that’s no reason to discount it for home use. It’s a 24in display with a full-HD native resolution, a rotate- and height-adjustable stand, a four-port USB hub and a slew of power-saving features. See also: Group test: what’s the best display? The stand incorporates a […]

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Whoa, A Lot Of Words From Microsoft on ‘WOA’ PCs

By Don Clark Many questions have come up since Microsoft broached the idea of making its next version of Windows run on two kinds of hardware. One of the company’s top executives has gone to unusual lengths to answer them, but some people are still scratching their heads. Steven Sinofsky, the head of Microsoft’s Windows […]

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