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Olympian’s photos of sex with wife stolen by staff at computer shop

Experts say you should sit with computer repair staff to ensure private documents and photos are safe. Picture: Herald Sun. Source: Herald Sun   INTIMATE photographs of an Australian Olympian having sex with his wife were stolen by staff at a Sydney computer shop after the prominent star brought his machine in for repair. Shockingly, […]

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Microsoft Cracks Down on Racy Apps in Windows Phone Store

Current apps in the Windows Phone Marketplace.Microsoft is working with developers to clean up apps in the Windows Phone Marketplace that contain racy or sexual content. The company said in a blog post it would contact developers whose apps icons and tiles contain racy imagery and that it would enforce its sexual content guidelines more […]

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Microsoft Cracks Down on Racy Apps in Windows Phone Store

Microsoft is working with developers to clean up apps in the Windows Phone Marketplace that contain racy or sexual content. The company said in a blog post it would contact developers whose apps icons and tiles contain racy imagery and that it would enforce its sexual content guidelines more stringently. In a similar fashion to […]

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AMD and GameFly Team Up to Get Gamers Playing for Less – SYS

SUNNYVALE, CA — (Marketwire) — 05/01/12 — AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced an agreement with GameFly, Inc., to give gamers who leverage the quality and performance of AMD CPUs and APUs easier access to GameFly’s leading online video game rental and PC download services for a limited time. Gamers purchasing select AMD A-Series APUs, AMD […]

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Police: Man uses stolen Walmart keys to steal computer

Spartanburg police are hoping someone recognizes a man who was caught on camera stealing a laptop computer from a Walmart store, after he stole the keys that gave him access to the electronics case. Investigators said the man was seen on surveillance video last Monday afternoon walking into the electronic department at the Walmart store […]

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With Nook Deal, a Hint of Microsoft Hardware

Brian Snyder/Reuters Microsoft does not make its own hardware products, except, of course, in the rare cases when it does, like the Xbox videogame console, the Zune music player and computer mice. In the PC and phone markets, though, Microsoft has been extraordinarily careful to say it wants to create only the software that powers […]

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AMD and GameFly Team Up to Get Gamers Playing for Less

SUNNYVALE, CA — AMD (NYSE: AMD) today announced an agreement with GameFly, Inc., to give gamers who leverage the quality and performance of AMD CPUs and APUs easier access to GameFly’s leading online video game rental and PC download services for a limited time. Gamers purchasing select AMD A-Series APUs, AMD Athlon™ II CPUs, AMD Phenom™ […]

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General Dynamics C4 Systems Debuts New ‘Buy Now’ Online Store for Rugged Computers and Accessories

General Dynamics C4 Systems has created an online store for customers to identify, compare and purchase a full range of accessories and ruggedized computers from General Dynamics. Powered by Group Mobile, the online store features a ‘chat’ capability that connects customers with trained specialists who can recommend the various products and accessories that match their […]

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Dog paper clips and other smile-inducers for the work week

The French fries are supersized in this Paperbag Wastebasket made by Goods and sold through YLiving. It’s constructed of unused billboard material, so images will vary. The baskets come in three sizes, $20 to $58. Photo credit: YLiving.com   The Stampler by the irreverent British design firm Suck UK turns every staple into an almost-smiley […]

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Who converts more PC users, Apple or its retail partners?

What Tim Cook didn’t say in last week’s earnings call Source: CIRP FORTUNE — When it reports on Mac sales in its retail stores, Apple (AAPL) likes to make the point — as Tim Cook did again last week — that roughly half of the Macs sold in Apple Stores are sold to customers who […]

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