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Missed connections in our digital lives

Like most Americans, the Laffeys live in a screen-saturated society, one dominated, if not defined, by the myriad electronic devices that manage, digest, and transmit the information that governs peoples’ busy, albeit often distracted, lives. Like many, too, they’re constantly weighing their own financial constraints against the desire to own the latest, gaudiest gadgets on […]

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The Post-PC Enterprise

Editor’s note: Aaron Levie is CEO of Box. Follow him on Twitter @levie. In 1997, Larry Ellison had a vision for a new paradigm of computing which he called the Network Computer (NC). The idea was simple: a group of partners would build devices and services that leveraged the power of the Internet to compete […]

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Sony kicks off Android 4 upgrade for Xperia line

New Delhi: Sony Mobile has announced to roll out the Sony software upgrade including the uplift to Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich for their 2011 Xperia smartphones. According to Sony’s blog post, “The software will initially be made available for Xperia arc S, Xperia neo V and Xperia ray for consumers in Sweden, Denmark, Iceland, […]

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Minesweeper at Lunchtime, a Federal Crime?

Sunday Review » Opinion: Why Medical Bills Are a Mystery Until we figure out the true costs of delivering health care to patients, we can’t make the system more efficient.

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Xbox 360: 15 months as the best-selling console in the US

Yeah, I get it – it sells. But honestly, it’s not as if there’s much of a choice, as nobody else has updated their systems. It’s probably not until the release of the Wii U that we’re going to see serious competition to get them back into the game. Basically, they’re acting like an oligopoly […]

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Arrest in Lancaster computer store robbery death – Erie Times

Sheriff’s officials say a 24-year-old man wanted in the robbery and shooting death of a Lancaster computer store owner has been arrested in Los Angeles. Timothy Johnson, who was on parole, was taken into custody at a home early Sunday. A sheriff’s statement describes Johnson as an alleged gang member. Fifty-eight-year-old Reed Lewis Keith was […]

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HP shows recovery following PC flip-flop fallout

NEW YORK (AP) — Hewlett-Packard Co. is showing signs of recovery as it strengthened its position as the world’s largest maker of personal computers and gained back some of the business it had lost while weighing whether to dump its PC division. HP’s stock jumped more than 7 percent Thursday, after research groups Gartner and […]

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Better Body After 50

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