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Idolian TouchTab 10 Gets Android 4.0 Upgrade

TouchTab 10 Android 4.0 firmware is now available on idolian.com download page for all customers to register and download. http://www.idolian.com/downloads.aspx Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) February 17, 2012 Idolian.com is pleased to announce TouchTab 10 upgrades to Android 4.0. Idolian is a tablet PC manufacturer and distributor with its offices in Newport Beach, CA, Arkansas and […]

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Goodwill Electronics Store Buys, Sells Computers – NBC Dallas

advertisement The Goodwill Computer Works store has the look and feel of a regular electronics store, complete with computer books and every kind of computer cable you can imagine. “It’s a candy store for geeks,” said Diane Fullingam, VP of Development for Goodwill Industries of Dallas. The store even has gaming systems and video games, […]

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Monitor Your Office from Your Smartphone or Tablet

If you have an office or a retail store, you may also have a security system that to alert you and the police in case of a break-in–or a webcam set up to monitor your business in your absence. But the capabilities of security systems go much further than they did even a few years […]

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Apple, Microsoft to Duel in ’12 With OS Upgrades

This year is shaping up as a repeat of 2009, when Microsoft and Apple last faced off with rival operating system upgrades, analysts said today. Three years ago, Microsoft rolled out Windows 7, it’s last operating system upgrade, and Apple launched Snow Leopard, or Mac OS X 10.6. Today, Apple began distributing a preview of […]

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How to permanently delete your PC data

Answer: Most people don’t realize that when files are deleted, they aren’t really gone. The operating system removes the link to the file and marks the space free. Until it is overwritten with new information, that file is still on your hard drive and can be recovered by anyone with a little know-how. I recommend […]

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Motorola’s Android OS Upgrade Timeline Is Mostly Bad News

Motorola has promised to upgrade many of its smartphones and tablets to Android Ice Cream Sandwich, but not any time soon. So far, Motorola’s Xoom Wi-Fi is the only device that has received Android 4.0, and the Xoom Family Edition is the only U.S. device scheduled for an update in the first half of the […]

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UK Jan retail sales rose more than expected

<!–TITOL: UK Jan retail sales rose more than expected FITITOL–> From Dow Jones: “U.K. retail sales volume rose more than expected in January, official data showed Friday, as weaker inflation alleviated the squeeze on shoppers’ disposable incomes.The volume of retail sales including automotive fuel rose 0.9% from December and was 2% higher than in January […]

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Drivers are not very sexy, but PCs need them – save 80% for one day only

Exclusively available on CNET for one day only, get a copy of RadarSync PC Updater for just $4.99 (reg.$29.95) and save 80% today. After having some major problems with Windows Vista that left me stranded with blue screen of death, I decided to upgrade my PC to Windows 7. Everything seemed to go smoothly, but […]

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How to permanently delete your PC data

Answer: Most people don’t realize that when files are deleted, they aren’t really gone. The operating system removes the link to the file and marks the space free. Until it is overwritten with new information, that file is still on your hard drive and can be recovered by anyone with a little know-how. I recommend […]

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Offshore Oil Rig Jobs — Now Up To $40/sale.

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