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7 killer upgrades to supercharge your PC gaming

PC gaming can be a pricey hobby, which can make tracking down the right gift for the gamers in your life a bit troublesome. Fortunately, gaming gear like headsets and mice offer an oft-overlooked (and relatively inexpensive) way to upgrade a friend’s or loved one’s gaming setup for the holidays. We’ve looked at a few […]

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MeElectronics Air-Fi AF32 review

Retailing for around £70, you may not expect the very best quality from the MeElectronics Air-Fi AF32, but you may be pleasantly surprised. The first thing you notice about the Air-Fi AF32 earphones is how comfortable they are to wear – at least until you get into the gym. The padded red earpieces sink into […]

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Acer K330 projector review

The Acer K330 is a LED projector, using the same technology as the portable Acer C20 and BenQ Joybee GP2. It’s not a battery-powered model though — it’s designed to be used for business presentations on the road, but requires external power. See also Group test: what’s the best projector?   Acer K330: Design and setup The […]

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Microsoft invests in new Barnes & Noble unit, settles litigation

Microsoft will invest US$300 million in a new Barnes Noble subsidiary, which will include the digital Nook and College businesses of Barnes Noble, the companies said in joint statement on Monday. The formation of the new subsidiary and the relationship with Microsoft are important parts of Barnes Noble’s strategy to try to capitalize on the […]

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US senator set to let FCC nominees go forward despite LightSquared worries

U.S. Senator Charles Grassley plans to drop a hold he placed on two FCC nominees because of a tussle with the agency over documents related to its treatment of would-be hybrid mobile operator LightSquared. Last year, Grassley had sought all the U.S. Federal Communications Commission’s records about its dealings with LightSquared because of suspicions that […]

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Remains of the Day: Three-picture deal

Apple gets ready to play let’s-make-a-deal with Hollywood, knocks off an Android app, and gets sued for being too smart. The remainders for Friday, April 27, 2012 are going three for three. Apple courts EPIX for upcoming TV: sources (Reuters) We’re not out of the TV rumor woods yet. Reuters is now saying that Apple’s […]

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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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HP one step operation 3D images for Kenya’s SMBs

Janet Kamau, HP’s English Africa IWS Category Manager, says the company’s TopShot LaserJet Pro M275 printer does not dance in the same space with the HP OfficeJet Pro 8600. These two printers were designed for different customers in Kenya. Janet says the LaserJet Pro M275 will cut the time taken by medium sized Kenyan business […]

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Cisco upgrades industrial Ethernet switches

Cisco this week unveiled an updated line of Ethernet switches for industrial environments, such as manufacturing floors. The IE 2000 series is an extension of Cisco’s current industrial Ethernet product lines, the Catalyst 2955 and the IE 3000 series. They are intended to address the expansion of machine-to-machine communications on factory floors and in other […]

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LAN attack can put some Samsung TVs in endless restart loop

A vulnerability in the firmware of several network-enabled Samsung TV models and possibly Blu-ray players allows potential attackers to put the vulnerable devices into an endless restart loop that requires the intervention of a technician to terminate, according to independent security researcher Luigi Auriemma. Auriemma discovered the flaw on April 19 and published a proof-of-concept […]

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