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How to Choose a Router for Your Business

Buying a router for a business isn’t as simple as picking a consumer product with the best ratings from an online merchant or the best price on the shelf at a local electronics superstore. Your company has serious needs, such as supporting scores of users (including guests) on the network, and locking down company data […]

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Is Microsoft leveraging the consumer tablet craze to force enterprise Windows …

Much of the appeal surrounding Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 8 operating system stems from the compatibility it will offer across tablets and PCs. By generating that appeal, Microsoft may successfully leverage two of the biggest ongoing trends in IT – consumerization and data security – to make Windows 8 a sure-fire home run when it finally […]

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Competition For Best Computer Repair Shop In U.S. Ramps Up

The end of the world as we know it could come in any number of ways, depending on who you ask. Some people believe global cataclysm will occur when Earth’s magnetic poles reverse. When north goes south, they say, the continents will lurch in one direction or the other, triggering massive earthquakes, rapid climate change …

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Why Fall of the Samurai Is the Most Modern Total War Yet [PC]

Set 300 years after the events of Shogun 2, Fall of the Samurai lets you shape Japan’s fate during the Boshin War, a civil war that changed the face of the island nation forever. It takes place at a time when the ruling Shogunate opened Japan’s borders to traders from the West. With firearms, railways, […]

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Datacolor Spyder4Elite review

The Spyder4Elite is a solution to a perennial problem. No two displays reproduce colour in exactly the same way. The way your colour images look on one monitor will therefore be somewhat different to how they appear on another. The Spyder4Elite itself consists of a small three-pointed USB sensor, bundled with some sophisticated control software. […]

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SanDisk upgrade drive takes SSDs to Extremes

There’s a growing interest in solid state disk drives (SSDs) as a way to speed up ultraportable laptops, thanks partly to their appearance in Apple MacBook Air and Intel Ultrabook-style machines. SanDisk is now targeting the upgrade market with an Extreme SSD in consumer packaging. Suggested retail prices are £122 for the 120 gigabyte version, […]

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Computer Warehouse #4 Receives Award

By: Nick Starling Twitter: NTVNickStarling After 20 years of boosting the local economy, one Kearney computer store received the “Doing Business Award” tonight. Computer Warehouse #4 was recognized by the Kearney Chamber of Commerce as being a great Kearney business. The award went to Allen Glaser who started this business when he was only 19 […]

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Goldman Analyst Under Investigation Was Known For Apple Supplier Calls

By Lorraine Luk In Taiwan, Henry King, the Goldman Sachs analyst under investigation in the U.S. government’s broad insider-trading probe, was highly regarded and his calls were widely followed. Bloomberg News King, the head of Taiwan research at Goldman, was especially well known for his prescient calls on suppliers for Apple., including contract manufacturer Hon Hai […]

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FCC seeks to kill LightSquared’s LTE network plan

The U.S. Federal Communications Commission wants to drop the conditional waiver that could have allowed LightSquared to operate an LTE network in frequencies near the GPS band, potentially killing the carrier’s plan to offer a hybrid satellite and cellular mobile data network. LightSquared wants to offer a mobile data service over both satellite and LTE […]

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HP, Intel Rethink Processor Upgrades in Servers

Hewlett-Packard and Intel are rethinking processor upgrades in servers, coming up with a new chip-slotting technique that could reduce the chance of errors, and ultimately prevent system failure. The Smart Socket technology in HP’s new Gen8 servers revolves around the integration of a clamp on the motherboard to mechanically upgrade processors. Instead of manually placing […]

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