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Google’s April Fools prank: an 8-bit Google Maps "upgrade" (VIDEO)

Google gave the internet an early April Fools Day prank today, releasing an “upgrade” for Google Maps that takes users to an 8-bit version of maps of the world. Shortly after the “upgraded” version went live, Reddit users posted world landmarks and historic sites that could be viewed on the maps, reported Mashable. The Parthenon, Area […]

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Microsoft’s challenge to iPhones and Androids extended

(Credit: Screenshot: Chris Matyszczyk/CNET) There is something charming about bravery. When a company stands up to not only be counted, but to be challenged by all its competitors in a public cage match, you have to applaud. So I look to my left and see that I am beside myself to hear that Microsoft is […]

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Gloversville man accused of stealing laptop from Albany store

ALBANY – A Gloversville man was arrested for robbery on Central Avenue in Albany. He is accused of stealing a laptop computer from a convenience store. Albany police said 37-year-old Jason Andrews of Gloversville went to the New RA Grocery Store at 267 Central Avenue to speak with the owner about an issue he was […]

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Scarsdale Low-carb Diet.

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Synology DiskStation DS212 Review

Synology‘s two-bay, DiskStation DS212+ provides great performance and state-of-the-art connectivity, but it lacks the expandability and physical security of its sibling, the DiskStation DS712+. With 512MB of memory and a 2GHz Marvell Kirkwood mv6282 CPU, the DS212+ easily surpasses the performance of its DiskStation DS211+ predecessor–and most of the other two-bay boxes we’ve tested. See […]

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The Week in iOS Apps: Swiping a few numbers

This week’s roundup of iOS apps includes big improvements to the much-loved Instapaper app, as well as a whole new way of seeing and calculating numbers. Earlier this week, Macworld’s Serenity Caldwell took a first look at the new Paper sketchbook app and concluded that while it’s promising, it’s still in need of a “serious […]

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Veterans’ summit helps service members return to civilian life, find employment

SALT LAKE CITY — SALT LAKE CITY — For young veterans like John Angell and Justin Watts, life on the battlefield was often easier to negotiate than their returns to civilian life. During combat, each had a clear sense of purpose and mission. “I needed to keep my group alive. I needed to keep myself alive,” […]

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QNAP TS-879 Pro review

If your shared data or storage needs are greater than a four-bay box will handle, the eight-bay QNAP TS-879 Pro is just what the doctor ordered. With 2GB of memory and an Intel Core i3-2120 CPU, it’s fast and then some. It also sports dual gigabit ethernet ports for failover protection and aggregation, plus QNAP’s […]

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Free Agent: EverQuest (Yes, The First One)

GameSpy’s Free Agent is your advance recon into the world of free-to-play games. His mission: jump into a free game every week and put in some gaming hours to see how much fun can be had without spending a cent, then try out some paid items to see if they’re worth the asking price. This […]

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World Backup Day Is Here, Backup Your PC Today

See the Top 10 Best Online Backup Providers as voted for by consumers. Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 30, 2012 Saturday 31st March is the 2nd annual World Backup Day, designed to raise awareness about backing up data in a digital age. Photos, financials, music, movies and documents are now stored digitally on hard drives. […]

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