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Brother HL-3070CW review

The Brother HL-3070CW colour printer is one of the company’s first to use LED technology. Competing with entry-level colour laser printers, the HL-3070CW is reasonably quick and it’s easy to set up. While network printers aren’t noted for their chiseled good looks, the Brother HL-3070CW is remarkably unprepossessing. Its bi-coloured livery makes for a slightly jarring […]

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Ice Cream Sandwich now on whopping 2.9% of Android devices

All I do is point out that much of what you haters say isn’t true, or throw the obvious back in your face. You claim “WP7 sucks because look at how many sold vs iPhone or android, the proof is in the sales”. But then you claim OS X and Linux don’t suck, as sales […]

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Q.&A.: Copying iTunes Content From PC to Mac

I want to move a few albums and videos between the iTunes program on my Windows Vista PC in the bedroom and the copy on the Mac laptop I use in the living room. What’s the easiest way? If you have both computers connected to the same home network, you can take advantage of the […]

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Xerox Mobile Scanner review

If you need to digitize printed documents or photos while on the go, the Xerox Mobile Scanner fits the bill–and it does so with a twist. About the size of a roll of aluminum foil and weighing 0.64kg, this £195 (as of April 3, 2012) sheet-fed scanner can turn printed items into PDFs or JPGs, […]

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Air Display Retina upgrade turns new iPad into high-res second screen

Air Display for iPad has received a much-anticipated Retina Display upgrade, turning the new iPad into a 2048 x 1536 second screen for your PC or Mac. Available since the first-gen iPad, the app turns the slate into a wireless display and allows users to extend their desktop across it, though you’ll need to make […]

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Computer game stores saved as buyer is found

Computer game stores saved as buyer is found 11:10am Tuesday 3rd April 2012 in News TWO Bolton computer game shops under threat of closure have been saved after a buyer was found. Game in Newport Street and Gamestation in Middlebrook Retail Park have been sold to private investment firm OpCapita in a deal for 333 […]

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Japan stocks track dollar-yen rate lower

LOS ANGELES (MarketWatch) — Japanese stocks marched lower in early Tuesday trading, as a firmer yen dragged down key exporter names, sending the Nikkei Stock Average /quotes/zigman/5986735 JP:100000018 -0.59% 0.4% lower to 10,072.82 and the Topix weaker by 0.3%. In what has become a familiar story, major exporter shares fell in tandem with the U.S. […]

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LightSquared question is in FCC’s hands now

With the end of the public comment and response periods on LightSquared’s plan to operate a 4G LTE service near GPS frequencies, it’s now the FCC’s turn to decide how to proceed. LightSquared wants to offer cellular broadband over spectrum that’s next to the band used by GPS (Global Positioning System), but tests have shown […]

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Track, locate and recover your lost or stolen computer AND your missing USB …

Track, locate and recover your lost or stolen computer AND your missing USB devices <!– a2a_linkname=document.title;a2a_linkurl=”http://www.securitypark.co.uk/security_article267439.html”;a2a_num_services=16; –> Creator of MacPhoneHome and PC PhoneHome, Brigadoon Software, launches its latest version of PC PhoneHome and MacPhoneHome version 3.5.This new version offers several new security and communication upgrades required by recent changes in internet protocol. The company’s PC […]

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Vehicle drives through wall of Holland area computer store

Myron Kukla | MLive.comA vehicle goes through a wall at a Holland Township computer store on Monday HOLLAND TOWNSHIP, MI — An unwanted drive-through was opened Monday at the Computers and More store when a customer drove their car into the front of the building at 350 E. Lakewood Blvd. The car smashed through a […]

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