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LG wins PC Advisor’s Best Monitor of 2012 award

Remarkably good image quality, stylish design and delightful ergonomics make LG’s IPS236V an excellent choice for anyone who edits photos or video – or just wants everything to look really, really good. The headline act is its in-plane switching panel, which delivers wider viewing angles and considerably better colours and image quality than the more […]

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Windows 8: Last of the big bang consumer releases?

Microsoft launched its Windows 8 consumer beta and started the countdown to the launch of its latest operating system. What’s unclear is whether anyone will care. Every Windows release is haunted by the same question: Is this the end of the big bang release? Windows 95 was a huge marketing event. Windows XP saw sustained […]

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Meg Whitman Hints Restructuring Is In Store For HP

During today’s quarterly conference call, Meg Whitman admitted that HP has some big cost cutting in front of it. “Our current cost base isn’t sustainable,” she said. “For years we’ve been running our business in silos. But it’s too complex and too slow.” Although she said that the “obvious costs were dealt with in recent […]

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Microsoft unveils Windows 8 for consumer testing, shows off new operating system in Barcelona

BARCELONA, Spain – Microsoft on Wednesday let consumers start trying out its upcoming touch-based Windows 8 operating system, which aims to power a new wave of computer tablets and traditional PCs designed to counter Apple‘s big gains in the market through its Macs and iPads. The test “beta” version of the revamped system was introduced […]

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LightSquared’s Ahuja resigns as CEO

LightSquared Chairman and CEO Sanjiv Ahuja has resigned his CEO post, in the latest change to rock the company that still says it wants to build a 4G network using frequencies next to the GPS spectrum band. Chief Network Officer Doug Smith and Chief Financial Officer Marc Montagner will serve as interim co-CEOs while the […]

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How to choose a graphics card

Updating a PC or laptop’s graphics card can be a cost-effective upgrade. A graphics card upgrade allows your PC to play games smoothly at higher resolutions, with more special effects, but there are plenty of options and potential pitfalls to consider. Graphics cards buying advice A powerful graphics card is an essential component in any […]

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Columbus police: Burglar smashes glass door of computer store – Ledger

A burglar took a number of items from a Columbus computer shop Monday night after smashing the store’s glass door, police said. The burglary happened at 9:10 p.m. at Alboes Computers on Veterans Parkway, near Whittlesey Blvd. A man at the nearby State Farm office told police he heard a noise from next door. He […]

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Xerox ColorQube 8570DN review

Alternatives to laser printers are few and far between. Even inkjets have found it hard to move in on the high-end turf occupied by network lasers. However, to the mix we must add a third option, Solid Ink.  These models require you to place large slabs of ink (more like oversized crayons) into the relevant […]

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Microsoft, PC industry hanging hopes on Windows 8

Since the company released its Windows operating system in 1985, most of the sequels have been variations on the same theme. Not that it mattered much. Regardless of the software’s quality, Microsoft managed to remain at the center of the personal computing universe. The stakes are much different as Microsoft Corp. puts the finishing touches […]

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