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Hitachi GST Announces Four New Storage Solutions

IT News Online Staff2012-03-03 Hitachi Global Storage Technologies (Hitachi GST) has announced four new solutions to help users store and protect their growing digital life – the 4 TB Hitachi Deskstar 7K4000 and 5K4000 hard drives, and the 4 TB Hitachi Touro Desk and 1 TB Hitachi Touro Mobile external hard drives. 4 TB Hitachi […]

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Apple Reaches 25 Billion Downloads From Its App Store

Apple is raking in huge profits on record smartphone and tablet sales, it’s become the world’s most valuable company based on its stock price, and now it has achieved another staggering feat: 25 billion apps have been downloaded from its app store, an average of three for every person on Earth. Visit Apple’s home page […]

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Yowza! Yelp surges to 64 percent gain in first day of trading

In its IPO on the Nasdaq, the local-reviews site starts the day at $15 a share, but quickly jumps much higher. Yelp shares are soaring in early trading. (Credit: Screenshot by Jason Parker/CNET) If there was any doubt about Yelp’s IPO pricing, it should be laid to rest right now. The local-reviews site kicked off […]

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Windows 8 Consumer Preview: Set Up Windows 8 with the Web Installer

Windows old-timers know that Microsoft has traditionally supported two general types of Windows installations, a clean install and in-place upgrade. Over the years, the processes for doing each have been evolved, and of course the types of install media we could use have evolved too, from CD to DVD, and then to USB. Microsoft still […]

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Goodwill adds computer lab to newer Third Street store – Tribune

TERRE HAUTE — New computers in local Goodwill Stores give new meaning to shopping online. Visitors patronizing the Goodwill Store at 600 S. Third St. might notice three computers sitting in front of the window, all facing the highway. But there’s no price tag on the monitors and the units are not for sale. Bill […]

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Nasdaq stocks posting largest volume increases

NEW YORK (AP) — A look at the 10 biggest volume gainers on Nasdaq at the close of trading: Bel Fuse Inc. : Approximately 13,900 shares changed hands, a 1,282.5 percent increase over its 65-day average volume. The shares fell $.66 or 3.5 percent to $18.24. MEMSIC Inc. : Approximately 603,400 shares changed hands, a […]

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How To Protect Your Family And Home From Nuclear Radiation

How To Protect Your Family And Home From Nuclear Radiation Ultimate Compendium On How To Protect Yourself From Nuclear Radiation, Nuclear Fallout, Environmental Contamination. Includes Interviews With World Class Experts, All The Information You And Your Family May Need To Avoid Radiation Poisoning. How To Protect Your Family And Home From Nuclear Radiation Amazing Formula […]

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Graphics Cards: Top Picks for Budget and Performance PCs

Graphics processing units aren’t just about performance. A good GPU will speed up many of your image and video tasks, whether you’re touching up casual vacation photos or compressing movie footage. The right graphics card will also allow you to connect multiple monitors to your PC. And, of course, it will make all the difference […]

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Mac enthusiasts spend more on style while PC fans like a good bargain, says poll 

Are you a style maven or a sensible shopper? Your computer preference may offer a clue. Apple users are more likely spend big bucks on designer clothing while PC users tend to buy more practically-priced duds, according to a poll of 700,000 consumers by Bundle, a consumer data analyst. Mac users tend to spend more […]

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Wow! Yelp surges in early trading to $26 a share

In its IPO on the Nasdaq, the local-reviews site starts the day at $15 a share, but quickly jumps much higher. Yelp shares are soaring in early trading. (Credit: Screenshot by Jason Parker/CNET) If there was any doubt about Yelp’s IPO pricing, it should be laid to rest right now. The local-reviews site kicked off […]

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