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Intel Ivy Bridge 7-series motherboards tested

Intel’s Ivy Bridge processor is on its way. One of the challenges users are going to face when deciding whether or not to upgrade to this new type of processor is which motherboard to go for. Intel Ivy Bridge processor motherboard tests The lab boffins from Hardware.Info have tested 20 of those 7-series Z77 motherboards. […]

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Apple offers free Snow Leopard to help migrate MobileMe users to iCloud

Apple is offering current MobileMe users still running older versions of OS X a free upgrade to Snow Leopard (OS X 10.6) in order to encourage them to migrate to iCloud. According to an e-mail seen by Macgasm that was sent to MobileMe users who have not yet migrated, those users can request a free Snow […]

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Dexion Trading Ltd

During the year to 31 December 2011, the NAV of the Company’s Shares fell by 3.12 per cent.. The annualised return on Shares from inception to 31 December 2011 has been 4.46 per cent. with annualised volatility of 5.48 per cent. The Board continued to help reduce the discount through the Company’s programme of Share […]

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Barclays brings NFC payment to any phone with PayTag

Barclays has announced PayTag, a contactless payment system for any smartphone. Make your phone NFC capable with a sticker Dubbed as a ‘credit card sticker’ the device contains a near-field communications (NFC) chip for contactless payments. A PayTag sticker is about a third of the size of a credit card and can be stuck onto […]

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Microsoft remains mum on Windows 8 upgrades from Vista, XP

Microsoft today declined to confirm whether users of Windows XP and Vista will be able to upgrade their PCs to Windows 8 when the latter launches later this year. On Monday, Microsoft spelled out the editions it would offer customers working with 32- and 64-bit Intel and AMD processor-powered PCs and tablets. In that blog […]

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Computer Generated Solutions to Feature Integrated Shop Floor-to-Showroom Solutions at Texprocess 2012 Event

Computer Generated Solutions (CGS), a leading global provider of technology solutions, has announced they will showcase their industry-leading BlueCherry® enterprise software and Leadtec™ shop floor control solutions at the upcoming Texprocess tradeshow on April 24-26 in Atlanta, GA. Located in Booth #3053, CGS’s exhibit will demonstrate how a fully-integrated enterprise suite can deliver tremendous business […]

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Microsoft Shares Early Look at Next Version of Windows Intune Cloud Service

At the Microsoft Management Summit, the company shared an early look at some of the updates and new features it is working on for the next release of Windows Intune, along with news of other key Microsoft management technologies. At the event, Brad Anderson, corporate vice president of Microsoft’s Management and Security Division, delivered a […]

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MakerBot + Pinterest = Craft Juggernaut

The Cricut Cake printer cuts Martha Stewart–approved shapes out of fondant. Photo: Provo Craft Provo Craft, the world’s leading producer of desktop manufacturing tools, started out as a craft store in Utah that sold glitter, felt, and googly eyes. Today they have millions of users, hundreds of millions of dollars in revenue, and a business model that is […]

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Intel 1Q earnings fall 13 percent, meet Street

NEW YORK (AP) — First-quarter earnings at Intel Corp. fell 13 percent as spending on research and marketing rose while sales were flat, the world’s largest chipmaker said Tuesday. The results beat analyst expectations, but failed to sustain Intel’s stock, which hit a seven-year high of $28.78 in regular trading. In extended trading, after the […]

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