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Alcatel-Lucent switch pushes Cisco, HP at the edge

Alcatel-Lucent this week will unveil a new Ethernet switch for enterprise campus networks that is designed to extend voice, data and video convergence to the wiring closet and access tier. The company’s OmniSwitch 6450 comes in 10-, 24-, and 48-port Fast and Gigabit Ethernet configurations. The 24- and 48-port versions are targeted at the network […]

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Hands on: Firefox 11 improves syncing

Computerworld – Firefox 11 — the latest version of Mozilla’s popular browser, released on March 13 — includes only modest improvements over Firefox 10.2, and it’s unlikely to motivate a large number of people to switch from competing browsers. The upgrade (which is available for several platforms, including Windows, Mac OS X, Linux and Android) […]

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Game time! Save 50 percent or more on PC games from EA

Storewide? Um, not exactly. But EA is definitely offering big savings on some games. (Credit: EA/Origin) Is PC gaming dead? I’ve been hearing that argument for as long as I can remember. And although consoles and mobile devices have definitely stolen a lot of thunder from the PC platform, I’d say the latter is alive […]

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Apple’s Retina-ready Web update reveals the pixels behind the magic

If you know anything about the new iPad, it’s probably that the third-generation model of Apple’s tablet will sport a so-called Retina display–a screen with pixel density so high that the human eye can’t discern the individual dots in normal use. Old iPad apps will look fine on the new iPad, but only apps that […]

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HTC details Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich upgrades

HTC has announced which of its smartphones will receive an upgrade to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). ICS has been around for a number of months and it seems that vendors are now starting to get it rolled out to devices. Google’s latest operating system debuted with the Samsung Galaxy Nexus. HTC has confirmed […]

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Game over? 10,000 jobs at risk in crisis at high street computer shops

10,000 jobs on the line as store battles for survival Sales hit by the internet rivals and lack of new consoles By Sean Poulter PUBLISHED: 09:15 EST, 12 March 2012 | UPDATED: 19:49 EST, 12 March 2012 Ten thousand jobs and more than 600 shops are under threat after computer games specialist Game warned it […]

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Asus Zenbooks to Get Major Upgrades

The resolution revolution is coming to Asus’ Zenbook Ultrabooks soon, according to a spec sheet shared with The Verge. The Zenbook UX21A and UX31A–direct replacements for the UX21 and UX31–will sport new Intel Ivy Bridge processors and matte In-Plane Switching (IPS) displays with full HD 1080p resolution. The full HD 1080p displays are part of […]

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Pogoplug PC for Mac

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Your Essential Bike Buying Guide

A few latest computer technology news products I can recommend: Your Essential Bike Buying Guide A Comprehensive Step-by-step Guide On How To Find And Buy Your Perfect Bike. Everything From Setting A Budget To Finding The Bike, What To Look For, Comparing Different Features, Where To Buy It From And How To Negotiate The Best […]

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Idolian Confirms TurboTab C8 Upgrades to Android 4.0

ShareThis Email PDF TurboTab C8 is the lowest priced Android Tablet PC that actually works like tablets. With the Android 4.0 update, TurboTab C8 performance will be even better than now Newport Beach, CA (PRWEB) March 13, 2012 Idolian.com is pleased to announce TurboTab C8 upgrades to Android 4.0. Idolian is a tablet PC manufacturer […]

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