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  1. IT vendor partnership helps drive Aussie solar car teamRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | ComputerWorld

    When you're racing a solar powered experiment on wheels across the Australian outback, the last thing you need is IT equipment failure. Thankfully this wasn't the case for the University of Western Sydney's solar car team in 2013's 3000 kilometre race from Darwin to Adelaide.


  2. Xbook One is Microsoft's console in laptop formRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Joystiq

    While Nintendo has its 3DS and Sony has its PlayStation Vita to please gamers on the go, Microsoft stands alone as the only major competitor in the modern games industry without a portable device dedicated to gaming. And well, for modder Ed Zarick, that just won't do.


  3. Budding businesses of the digital ageRead the original story

    Yesterday | People's Daily Online

    Young Chinese entrepreneurs are tapping opportunities from the Internet to realize their world-changing dreams, reports Peng Yining in Beijing. At the age of 8, Liu had his first computer and was fascinated with cyberspace as he played computer games.


  4. 12-Inch Super-Thin Apple MacBook With Retina Display To Come In Gold, ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | International Business Times

    The Apple logo is pictured inside the newly opened Omotesando Apple store at a shopping district in Tokyo June 26, 2014. Picture taken June 26. Apart from the slim form factor, the upcoming MacBook notebook will also feature the much-loved Retina display and a trackpad with no buttons.


  5. Facebook privacy settings you should changeRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Journal and Courier

    Tech Q&A: Facebook privacy settings you should change How do I make sure I'm still private on the site? Check out this story on Q. Facebook makes so many changes, I can't keep up. How do I make sure I'm still private on the site? A. There are quite a few.


  6. Feedback Loop: 'Minecraft,' home security, iPhones and moreRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Engadget

    Happy Sunday, and welcome to another edition of Feedback Loop ! By now, you're probably sick of hearing about the Apple Watch. Thankfully, though, our community members have some great discussions for you this week.


  7. 6 Ways to Protect your Internet of Things from Hackers - community blog from Robert SicilianoRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Finextra Research news

    Everything seems like it is connected to the Internet, just about, including TVs, home thermostats, sprinkler controls, door locks, egg trays , tooth brushes , and more. A study by HP shows that 70 percent of devices have vulnerabilities. 1 comment

  8. Huntkey Notebook Adapter was Awarded 'Famous Brand in Guangdong Province'Read the original story

    Sunday | Sys-Con Media

    ' for its quality technology. Huntkey's product awarded the honor for a second time six years later, which means Huntkey brand has been recognised by more and more consumers.


  9. ColorWare MacBook Air Retro Barely Has Any Color on ItRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday |

    ColorWare usually promotes its services with boldly colored samples, but this time they're taking a more laid back approach. Perhaps too laid back.


  10. Post Your Own ReplyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | InformationWeek

    I don't even use 128 GB on my primary workstation! And I find myself wondering: Who would want or need this much? On the one hand, it's easy to suggest that Apple is going for the market of hipsters who download five zillion songs and podcasts and apps. But on the other hand, this suggests that Apple is even more fervently going after the highly-regulated mega-big data enterprises.


  11. IDF 2014: Where is Thunderbolt Headed?Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | AnandTech

    Coverage of Thunderbolt devices has been expanded on our site over the last few months. At IDF, we took the opportunity to chat with Intel about where Thunderbolt was headed.


  12. OPINION: Wearable devices present new risks and challenges for employersRead the original story

    Sunday | Business Insurance

    Ready or not, here they come. Wearable devices that is. The Apple Watch, which was introduced with much fanfare last week, is the latest example of this hot trend in consumer electronics, but it will not be the last.


  13. Report: AppleRead the original story

    Monday Sep 8 | MacInTouch

    The other day I mangled the connector for the power supply to my 17" MacBook Pro by running over it with my chair. While I was at the Apple Store I found the 85W version.


  14. Apple Watch and the iPhone 6: Things to PonderRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday | Emmy Advanced Media

    The most impressive thing about Apple's iPhone 6 launch event was not the hardware, software or the company's fantastic ecosystem. It wasn't Apple Heath or even Apple Pay.


  15. FS: Asus ROG G53SW-XA1 - Good conditionRead the original story

    Saturday | Geekzone

    Hi folks, I'm selling my gaming laptop, here is some specs: Model G53SW-XA1 Intel Core i7 2630QM / 2 GHz 8gb DDR3 ram - 1333 MHz NVIDIA GeForce GTX 460M - 1.5 GB GDDR5 SDRAM 500GB HDD DVD-RW Windows 7 Premium 15.6" screen You can see the full specs here: And some reviews here: And the real pics: Here is some more pics: It was my gaming buddy for 3 years. Still in good condition, has some marks due to his age.


  16. One Strong Reason To Keep Holding On To FacebookRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Seeking Alpha

    Facebook's aggressive recruitment of top content publishers on YouTube is a good reason for investors to hold on to their shares. Successful recruitment of the top YouTube content providers can accelerate Facebook's journey towards the $94 price target of UBS analysts.


  17. Asus aims to be among top 5 smartphone players next yearRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday | Express India

    Taiwanese tech major Asus is targeting to be among the top five players in the smartphone space in India. Betting on the success of its Zenfone series of smartphones, Taiwanese tech major Asus is targeting to be among the top five players in the smartphone space in India by the end of 2015.


  18. In Maine, the Penobscot dictionary project rises againRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday |

    UNESCO counts fewer than 140 Native languages left, with more than half of these critically endangered. In the past 20 years, however, as the last native speakers of these languages die out, tribal leaders and academics have grown increasingly active in protecting them: creating language schools, writing dictionaries, and using online tools to revitalize languages that in many cases had been long given up for dead.


  19. From practical to bizarre in the Berlin bazaarRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday |

    A man holds a bone-shaped remote control in front of loudspeakers designed as skulls at the both of the Jarre company at the consumer electronics trade fair IFA in Berlin. Photo: Stephanie Pilick/AFP/Getty Images) How much of what tech companies make is sought - or used - by ordinary business people? How often do you use a business app? Or a stylus that comes with your tablet or smartphone? Or the biometric fingerprint reader intended to boost security access? While at least two out of three of Apple's products - the iPhone 6 and Apple Pay payments system - have demonstrably useful real-world purposes, IFA was crammed full of companies trying to persuade us of the merits of headband cameras and fire-resistant laptops.


  20. Readers Write (Sept. 14): Technology, bees, Vikings stadium, Middle...Read the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 13 | Star Tribune

    In the modern world, with "newer, faster and better" technology like the new iPhone 6, Apple smartwatch, and the first curved television, society is being sucked into the everlasting temptation of trivial knowledge. We consume these products and become addicted to them.