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Apple TV review (2012)

Following rumours that Apple was planning to launch its own TV to revolutionise yet another media industry we all waited to see what size this game-changing, super-slim, iOS-Connected device would be: 40 inches, 50”, 60”..? Actually, and to the disappointment of industry disruptors everywhere, it measured less than an inch in height and under 4 […]

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Lenovo IdeaCentre Q180 Review: An Inexpensive, Media-Centric Tyke

Lenovo goes ultrasmall with its latest nettop, the Lenovo IdeaCentre Q180. This compact PC’s optional optical drive is detachable too, just in case you need its footprint to be even smaller. Unfortunately, tiny, space-saving PCs often come with less-impressive specs and performance, and the Q180 is no different, as this Intel Atom-based machine scored very […]

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Brand-New Word From The New English By Apple

Tweet Tweet Genericization: A Brand-New Word From The New English By Apple / image via The Next Web There is betting and you’ll probably lose that when someone walks into a computer store anywhere in the world, the persons will immediately ask the clerk for an iPad even when they mean tablet, any brand of […]

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Telstra and Samsung get their just desserts in a DIY Android 4

John Davidson Tired of waiting for a shiny new Ice Cream Sandwich upgrade for your Android phone? Read on. This is the story for you! Not waiting for Ice Cream Sandwich, but curious to know what all the fuss is about? Read on. This is the story for you! Never heard of Ice Cream Sandwich, […]

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The sights, sounds of bad power supply

Q. I think I may have a bad power supply unit on my Dell PC. But, so I can be sure, what are the symptoms of a bad power supply? A. Fortunately, there are plenty of warning signs of an impending failure in your PC’s power supply, which converts alternating current from a wall outlet […]

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Upgrade the AT&T HTC Vivid to Ice Cream Sandwich via leaked RUU

Tweet Tweet In the past few weeks we’ve seen a lot of Android 4.0 RUU (Rom Update Utility) leaks for various HTC devices. It seems that there is no telling when the RUU leaks will end, but it’s good to know that these leaks are great sources for HTC owners to get a shot at […]

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Can Microsoft Come Back? Dan Lyons’s Month Without Apple and Google

I really don’t care if each product is, in itself, the best in class. I don’t care about processor speed or RAM statistics or even screen display resolution. You don’t have to have the latest and greatest hardware specs. Just make my life easier. Or please, at the very least, don’t make it more complicated. […]

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Cherry Bets – Profitable Horse Racing Betting Systems

Cherry Bets – Profitable Horse Racing Betting Systems A Variety Of Highly Successful Horse Racing Betting Systems Which Have Amassed Well Over 1,500 Points In Total Since Results Were First Published Online In October 2009. Extremely Profitable For Affiliates And Customers. Cherry Bets – Profitable Horse Racing Betting Systems Beyond The Fundamentals Kathe Perez Did […]

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Digital Storm Beats the Heat With the "World’s Most Advanced PC"

Most boutique shops rely on other people’s technology to keep the insides of your expensive machine cool. With a custom-designed chassis, the proprietary Cryo-TEC liquid cooling system, and software capable of controlling 13 case fans all at once, Digital Storm’s Aventum isn’t your average boutique machine. The Aventum is a PC designed from the ground-up […]

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