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8 Reasons Why Your Business Should Use OpenOffice

March 20, 2011

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We are living in a special age. An era where more and more people are embracing open source software over commercial closed source software. Only a few years ago, open source was used by few, only the extreme geeks who had the desire to develop, collaborate, and tweak their own software. But now, in this new […]

Windows Phone 7 Review

July 21, 2010

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It’s come a long way, hasn’t it? Well, in some respects, no. In fact, Windows phone 7 only started development 2 years ago, not so long of a development for an entire OS, even more so if you consider that Windows phone 7 is a complete departure from *shudder* Windows Mobile 6.5, a platform long […]

Nokia Takes Advantage Of Apple’s Loss

July 17, 2010

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“We prioritize performance over physical design if they are ever in conflict” says Nokia after Apple’s iPhone press conference yesterday morning. Looks like Nokia is ready to swoop in on any negative feelings Apple might have generated yesterday, after all, Nokia is one of Apple’s biggest competitors, and could profit from the sour taste iPhone […]

Apple Won’t Recall iPhone 4

July 16, 2010

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As Apple plans to hold a press conference today regarding the many issues surrounding the iPhone 4, one thing is clear: Apple won’t be issuing a recall on the device. According to one of our sources who has direct knowledge of what goes on at Apple HQ, Apple will not be issuing a recall on […]

iPhone 4: In-store Fix?

July 15, 2010

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In his note to clients on Thursday, analyst Gene Munster gave the odds of what he thought might happen at Apple’s mysterious press conference this Friday. Munster–who claims to have no inside connections to Apple–says that there are three things that Apple will most likely do: 50% chance: Physically modify existing iPhones (and all future models). […]

iPhone 4 Recall Would Cost $1.5 Billion

July 14, 2010

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In  lieu of Apple’s iPhone 4 launch in late June, many people have been noticing problems with the antenna. Holding the device the wrong way can cause a drastic loss of signal strength, even where other phones would get normal signal strength. After Apple’s letter to consumers stating that it was merely a software glitch, people were […]

AMD 12-Core Opteron Takes Intel By Storm

July 14, 2010

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In as not too distant past, dual core was all the rage. It was the main selling point of new computers, and effectively made single-core processors obsolete. Then, after a few years the new quad cores came out and took the computing world by storm. With twice the processing power of dual cores, they retailed […]