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Phillips E-Line 237E3QPHSU review

The Philips E-Line panel is another budget IPS display offering that’s £50 cheaper than the ViewSonic IPS screen. It’s also stylish with a natty, blue on-light, glossy black frame and plentiful curves. Even with the power supply built into the back, it’s still thinner than most of its competitors. However, this descends into anorexia with […]

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Microsoft Starts Windows XP Deathwatch

(click image for larger view and for slideshow) Microsoft is warning business customers that all support for Windows XP, still the most widely deployed PC operating system in corporate America more than a decade after it debuted, ends in two years. While that might seem like a ways off, the company said IT departments need […]

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One on one service from small-town computer shop

WESTPORT — The co-owners of Fourtech want to make sure that their customers computers and networks never fail them. Opened recently in the Westport Village Commons at 780 Main Road, the unassuming office is next to Sisters of the Wool. The computer shop, owned by local Matt Wakeman and Stefan Grein, has computers and accessories […]

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Apple's market value passes $600bn

Apple (NasdaqGS: AAPL – news) today became only the second company ever to be valued at $600bn (£379bn), although shares in the iPad maker could not in the end defy a broader decline on Wall Street. Shares in Apple climbed in early trading, which was enough to send the company’s market value past the $600bn […]

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Fifth-Generation Wi-Fi Is Coming: Are You Ready for 802.11ac?

If your business has kept pace with changes in wireless networking, you’ve deployed dual-band routers and client adapters that can stream encrypted data over the airwaves at speeds greater than 100 megabits per second at relatively close range. But no good deed goes unpunished. New hardware based on the nearly finished 802.11ac standard is about […]

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Microsoft starts XP retirement countdown

Computerworld – Microsoft yesterday kicked off what it called a “two-year countdown” to the death of Windows XP, its longest-lived operating system. Windows XP and the business productivity suite Office 2003 both exit all support on April 8, 2014, a company spokeswoman said in a Monday blog post. On that date, Microsoft will stop shipping […]

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Sacramento: Sex offender allegedly uses porn on computer screen to entice Starbucks customer

<!–Saxotech Paragraph Count: 2–> SACRAMENTO — A registered sex offender was arrested at a Sacramento Starbucks after allegedly displaying child porn on a computer screen. Police received a call from a patron who said the man’s behavior was disturbing him. “(He) said that there was a subject in there that was looking at child porn […]

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Kingston Digital Releases HyperX 3K Solid-State Drive

FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif., Apr 10, 2012 (BUSINESS WIRE) — –Ideal for Budget-minded Enthusiasts, Gamers, Multitaskers –HyperX Upgrade Kit for Easy Installation Kingston Digital, Inc., the Flash memory affiliate of Kingston Technology Company, Inc., the independent world leader in memory products, today announced the HyperX® 3K SSD, a high-performance, lower priced solid-state drive enabling users to […]

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Living in a post-PC world

It was less than two years ago that the late Steve Jobs introduced the iPad. At the time, he heralded the beginning of the “post-PC” era. The PC era had been ushered in thirty-five years prior by a young Bill Gates and Paul Allen, who envisioned in 1975, “a computer on every desktop and in […]

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Aditya Birla may buy stake in Living Media

New Delhi: Aditya Birla Group is looking to acquire 26 per cent stake in Living Media which owns 57.1 per cent stake in TV Today , reports Business Standard. TV Today Network touched an intraday high of Rs 70.85 and an intraday low of Rs 68.10. At 09:34 am, the share was quoting at Rs […]

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