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Amazon’s Kindle Touch 3G soon shipping in over 175 countries

Amazon’s Kindle Touch 3G e-reader will start shipping across the globe with free 3G wireless access on April 27, Amazon said on Tuesday. Users in 175 countries and territories around the world can pre-order the device on Amazon.com, while users in the U.K, Germany, France, Italy and Spain can buy the e-reader on their local […]

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RipTen Review: Defenders of Ardania (PC)

If you’re a fan of tower defense, you’ll want to try the new multiplayer game Defenders of Ardania by Paradox Interactive. While Plants vs. Zombies broke the pathing mode, DofA breaks the defense-only mode of traditional tower defense games. The storyline of DofA takes you to Ardania, the world of Majesty, where you’re tasked to […]

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Candlelight Vigil to Honor Slain Store Owner

advertisement A candlelight vigil is planned for Wednesday night in honor of a Lancaster shop owner fatally shot during a robbery at his computer store on Friday. The vigil is set for 7 p.m. at e-Chaps Computers and More, where Reed Keith was shot multiple times. “It’s a time for memorial, a time for support, and a chance […]

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Lexmark Pro915 review

Lexmark’s Pro915 is a versatile office printer that produces good quality documents. However, its performance and running costs aren’t what they could be. Visit Group test: what’s the best multifunction printer? It’s not the most elegant printer we’ve ever seen, either – it’s so rigidly rectangular that the corners of the unit are actually quite […]

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Asus failing to fix Transformer TF101 problems

Asus is asking its Transformer tablet owners to be patient while it tries to fix problems introduced with Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich (ICS). The firm rollout out the upgrade to its customers a month ago but has yet to successfully fix technical issues caused by the up-to-date operating system. Asus is asking Transformer owners […]

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The Container Store Embraces Real-Time Listening Through OpinionLab to Improve Digital & In-Store Experiences

Retail leader uses OpinionLab’s mobile, online customer feedback solutions to deliver best possible experience to multichannel shoppers Highland Park, IL (PRWEB) March 28, 2012 OpinionLab, the pioneer and global leader in Voice of Customer (VoC) feedback innovation, today announced that The Container Store, the nation’s original and leading retailer of storage and organization products, is […]

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The Forex Luger Robot

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HP Officejet 6700 Premium e-All-in-One review

Geared toward the needs of a mid-volume home or small office (printing dozens, not hundreds, of pages per week), the Officejet 6700 Premium inkjet performs quickly and produces decent text and photos. Its inks, especially colours, are affordable in their high-yield versions. The HP Officejet 6700 Premium e-All-in-One is a triple treat, interface-wise: USB, ethernet, […]

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Cisco Boosts Telepresence System With New Collaboration Features

Cisco will announce improvements on Tuesday to its Jabber IM, presence and video-conferencing product, as well as to its room-size “immersive” telepresence systems, as the networking giant continues to push its way into the workplace collaboration market. Cisco plans to release at some point in the second quarter its first version of Jabber for the […]

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The sweet sound of a user’s apology

A techie enjoys rare music when an angry customer calls to complain about a new computer, then changes her tune Follow @ifw_otr I’ve learned that part of the IT job is being blamed when things go wrong, whether or not it’s our fault. End-users are frustrated when something doesn’t work, automatically point fingers at the […]

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