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Windows 8 Update: Windows 8 preview popularity kicking Windows 7’s butt

Microsoft says that so far the Windows 8 Consumer Preview is twice as popular at this point than its predecessor Windows 7 was based on the number of downloads. The company didn’t say how many downloads that is, but claimed it is used by millions of people per day. Meanwhile, the next prerelease version of […]

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Walmart Is Where The Unbanked Shop And Why It Matters

1000 United States two-dollar bills in shrink wrap. (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Walmart’s new Buy Online, Pay In Cash initiative may seem silly to some, but it is a bright piece of news in an otherwise very bad week for the retailer. Because bribery scandal aside, Walmart is where the unbanked shop and paying in cash […]

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Travel Tips Australia

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PC Specialist Vanquish XT-680 Ivy Bridge

Herald Ivy Bridge New product launches often provide the necessary catalyst for an uptick in the sales of pre-built computers. The last month has seen NVIDIA roll out the impressive GeForce GTX 680 graphics card and just this week Intel launched a range of 3rd Generation Core chips, imbued with Ivy Bridge magic. Now, take […]

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What’s the appeal?

R and I were watching the news last night when the story about the gridlock around Shop Rite came on. People were so excited for the opening of the new store, they jammed up the streets and the parking lot. “Ohh, I’m going to have to check that out,” I said. “Why do you need […]

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Microsoft re-releases Office for Mac 2011 upgrade after fixing bugs

Microsoft yesterday re-released Office for Mac 2011 Service Pack 2 (SP2) after fixing a bug that wormed into the original update. Last Friday, three days after it first issued Office for Mac 2011 SP2, Microsoft yanked the upgrade from its automatic update service when it acknowledged a bug had corrupted the Outlook database on some […]

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Amazon Kindle Fire Nabs More Than Half Android Tablet Market

In data released today, comScore said that the Kindle Fire has now captured more than half of the Android tablet market in the U.S. The Fire has about 54.4 percent of the market, comScore, said, while the Samsung Galaxy Tab line of tablets comes in second with 15.4 percent, and the Motorola Xoom is third […]

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Logitech FY Q4 EPS Tops Street; Margins Widen; Shares Spike

Logitech shares are trading sharply higher Thursday morning after the maker PC and consumer electronics peripherals posted better-than-expected profits for its fiscal fourth quarter ended March 31. For the quarter, Logitech reported revenue of $532 million, down 3% from a year ago, and shy of the Street consensus at $538.4 million. But profits of 17 […]

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Your Printer Could Be a Security Sore Spot

Believe it or not, your network printer or copier could be a serious security liability. After all, theyoften handle very sensitive documents and information and could even be used to gain access to other computers on the network, so you won’t want a hacker to get at it. It’s time to take printer security seriously. […]

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AMD Consolidating Data Centers With Cloud, Hardware Upgrades

Advanced Micro Devices is cutting costs and reducing the number of its data centers worldwide with the help of the cloud and hardware upgrades, an AMD executive said Thursday. AMD will reduce the number of data centers it has to three by 2014, of which two will be in North America and one in Asia, […]

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