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What Will Be Windows 8’s Killer App?

“I think the PC will be becoming more complex with Windows 8 or not,” says my long-time friend and colleague Carmi Levy. “So Microsoft is simply recognizing the trend before it actually takes root… The PC as we know it is going to become a less conventional animal as 2012 progresses and transitions into 2013. […]

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Slain Computer Store Owner ID’d

Sheriff’s deputies on Saturday identified the gunman wanted in a botched robbery that left a computer store owner dead. Deputies were looking for Timothy Johnson in the death of 58-year-old Reed Lewis Keith. Johnson is described as a 6-foot, 2-inch African-American, weighing about 170 pounds. He has a dark complexion and a closely shaved head. […]

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Auto Hits Machine.

Auto Hits Machine. Marketing. Auto Hits Machine.

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The pros and cons of using virtual desktop infrastructure

March 24, 2012, 7:51 AM — Many organizations continue to run Windows XP on many or all of their desktop PCs, either because migration typically requires costly hardware upgrades, time-consuming transfers of settings, and user retraining, or because there’s simply no compelling reason to move users to a new OS and the new application software […]

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Man Shot to Death at Southland Computer Store

LANCASTER, Calif. (KTLA) — Los Angeles County Sheriff’s officials say a man was shot to death during a robbery at a computer store in Lancaster on Friday afternoon. Deputies responded to a report of shots fired at Avenue K and 20th Street West. When they arrived they found a white male dead at the scene. […]

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As navigation looks indoors, new uses appear

The maps on smartphones and tablets soon may extend into buildings, but consumers and service providers won’t use indoor maps the same as outdoor, participants in the location-based services business said on Wednesday. Indoor location was a hot topic at the GPS-Wireless conference in Burlingame, California, where panelists also discussed privacy, advertising and new services […]

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Lancaster shooting leaves man dead; suspect barricaded [Updated]

A man was shot to death during a robbery at a computer store in Lancaster on Friday afternoon and the suspected perpetrator remained at large, the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department said. Deputies responded to a report of shots fired at Avenue K and 20th Street West, and a white male was found dead at the scene, […]

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Archos G9 tablets get Ice Cream Sandwich update

Archos has announced that a firmware update is available for owners of its G9 tablet range. The download to version 4.0.5 is available now and fixes Wi-Fi issues and problems with audio and video out via the HMDI port. The firm bumped the G9 devices up to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich earlier this month. […]

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Man shot to death during Lancaster computer store robbery

LANCASTER — A man was shot to death this afternoon during a robbery in a Lancaster computer store next door to a Denny’s restaurant. The shooting was reported at 4 p.m. in a shopping center near Avenue K and 20th Street West, said Lt. Kent Kroeger of the Lancaster sheriff’s station. The victim, whose name […]

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