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  1. Professor's Polish attackers jailedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Salisbury Journal

    Pawel Honc, one of four men being sentenced for a burglary during which university lecturer Paul Kohler was savagely beaten at his home Oskar Pawlowicz, one of four men being sentenced for a burglary during which university lecturer Paul Kohler was savagely beaten at his home Mariusz Tomaszewski, one of four men being sentenced for a burglary during which university lecturer Paul Kohler was savagely beaten at his home Dawid Tychon, one of four men being sentenced for a burglary during which university lecturer Paul Kohler was savagely beaten at his home Paul Kohler, 55, suffered a fractured eye socket, a fracture to his left jawbone, a broken nose and bruising that left him "utterly unrecognisable" during the attack at his home in Wimbledon, south London.

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  2. Browser Maker Opera's Ad-Tech Arm Pays Brands $100,000 for Mobile Video AdsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Advertising Age

    Register to become a member today. You'll get the essential information you need to do your job better, including Opera Mediaworks, the ad-tech arm of browser-maker Opera Software, is handing out $100,000 to advertisers who commit to creating video ads specifically to run within a mobile site or app's content feed.

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  3. Windows 10 has the potential to save Windows PhoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Inquirer

    Microsoft had boastful claims about its newly acquired Nokia division, but sold just 10.5 million Lumia units during the three-month period. This is up 28 percent from a year ago, and brought in a much needed $2.8bn in revenue, but it's still a long way off its competitors.

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  4. Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1 rugged tablet gets Intel 5th-gen Core VPro upgradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Inquirer

    PANASONIC HAS LAUNCHED an updated version of the Toughpad FZ-G1 rugged tablet and Toughbook CF-31 rugged notebook powered by Intel's 5th-generation Core VPro processor. Panasonic launched the Toughpad FZ-G1 in 2013 along with a rugged 7in Android tablet, the Toughpad B1, and said that it was the world's thinnest and lightest device of its kind, and aimed at workers in the field.

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  5. Is Windows 10 Microsoft's Consumer Comeback OS?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Forbes.com

    Ranked #1 ranked tech industry analysts in the U.S., U.K., and Europe and one of the most cited tech analysts in the world. Disruptive consumer technologies and usage models are what really change the landscape.

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  6. Microsoft's white space internet aims to improve education in GhanaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Engadget

    Microsoft has long been championing TV white space internet for use in places conventional types of connections don't reach, even in places that don't even have access to electricity. After a pilot program that brought white space broadband to some African universities, Redmond is now making it available to anyone in Ghana.

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  7. Get a Samsung Series 3 Chromebook for $149.99Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CNET News.com

    It was just the other day that I was touting a refurbished HP Chromebook, singing the praises of its non-Windows operating system and seriously low price. Ah, but that was a 14-inch model, bigger and heavier than some users prefer.

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  8. Dell's line of Linux laptops expands to include new MacBook Pro competitorRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Jan 28 | PC World

    Dell's Precision M3800 mobile workstation launched recently , and rejoice Linux lovers! The powerful, flexible MacBook Pro competitor is also available with Ubuntu Linux thanks to Dell's Project Sputnik endeavor. If you'd prefer a sleeker Linux laptop, you can still pick up an XPS 13 Ultrabook with Linux, and yes, the latest, super-sleek version of the XPS 13-which PCWorld hardware editor Gordon Mah Ung called a MacBook Air killer -will get a "developer edition" with Ubuntu preinstalled soon, according to Project Sputnik lead Barton George.

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  9. Fixing photo and video file metadata with ExifToolRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Playpen

    This post is really a note-to-self for when I next have to remember how to deal with missing photo and QuickTime movie metadata. Nevertheless, since it took me a little while to work out, maybe someone else searching for the same issue will benefit from it.

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  10. Elon Musk throwing software update at Tesla Model S P85D to make it even fasterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Examiner.com

    Jalopnik reported earlier yesterday that Elon Musk will be making the already insanely fast 2015 Tesla Model S P85D faster via a software update that will be carried out over-the-air. According to Elon Musk, the Tesla Model S P85 D's zero to 60mph acceleration will improve by 0.1 sec soon via over-the-air software update to inverter algorithm.Currently, Tesla's P85D can do zero to 60 in 3.2 seconds, but that won't stand for long.In the era where updates on your laptop, smartphone and a numerous other wireless device are updated on the fly, Musk is saying, now so can your cars.

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  11. Did Intel Corporation Just Confirm the Launch Schedule of Its First 10-Nanometer Chips?Read the original story

    Friday | The Motley Fool

    If Intel were to stick to its normal tick-tock cadence, whereby the company introduces products built on a new manufacturing technology every two years, then one might reasonably expect the first 10-nanometer products to go into production during the second quarter of 2016 with first products arriving in the holiday 2016 timeframe. Interestingly enough, publication Gulf News conducted an interview with Taha Khalifa, the general manager of Intel's Middle East and North Africa region.

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  12. Review: Toshiba Chromebook 2Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Wired

    One of the best Chromebooks on the market right now. Gorgeous 13.3-inch 1080p IPS display with vivid, rich colors.

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  13. Dell Beefs Up Precision LaptopRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NewsFactor

    The flagship Dell mobile workstation was developed as a direct competitor to Apple's MacBook Pro. The MacBook Pro has had the same display, 2,880 x 1,800 pixels, for almost three years.

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  14. Report: AppleRead the original story

    Friday | MacInTouch

    Michael Tsai, the developer of SpamSieve, has another excellent post: Apple's Software Quality, Continued . He includes quotes and insights from many notables in the mac community.

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  15. iTunes 12.1Read the original story

    Friday | MacInTouch

    Every purchase via the MacInTouch Amazon link helps keep this site running at no cost to you... and if MacInTouch helps you, please consider helping it continue with a payment: iTunes 12.1 updates Apple's device control, media management, online purchasing, and playback app for faster device sync and a new Notification Center widget for OS X 10.10 Yosemite. iTunes 12.1 is a free download for Mac OS X 10.7 and up.

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  16. All hail the puppetmastersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | South County Spotlight

    So you get a new computer. You have to set up your user name, browser and bookmarks, email, contacts, apps that also work on mobile, wallpaper, mouse speed and vinyl stickers.

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  17. IC design houses to increase wafer orders for 2Q15Read the original story

    Friday | DigiTimes

    A number of Taiwan-based IC design houses have decided to book more wafer orders for the second quarter of 2015 due to tight production capacity at wafer foundry houses, according to industry sources. Although the first quarter is traditionally the off-peak season for foundry houses, all 8-inch fabs in Taiwan are currently operating at full capacity, while most 12-inch fabs are running at 90%, said the sources.

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  18. Apple's phablet-market longevity indicated by surging shipmentsRead the original story

    Friday | Mobile Marketer

    Apple can be expected to remain in the market for large-screen smartphones that showcase richer advertising content for the foreseeable future, after record iPhone 6 Plus shipments in the fourth quarter drove the company to the top of the global smartphone vendor rankings for the first time, according to research reports. The Cupertino, CA, company, which also makes the iPad, iPod and the Mac, posted 74.5 million iPhone sales, up 90 percent from the prior quarter and a 46 percent jump from the fourth quarter of 2013.

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  19. Prepping our Barcelona gear. Should I pack a Windows tablet?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | CoolSmartPhone.com

    Mobile World Congress could get interesting this year because quite a few of us will be out there and we all have pretty different ideas on the best way to get content onto the web quickly and effectively. For the simplicity, battery life and quickness, you'll probably already know that I'm using a Chromebook.

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  20. Help with fresh win7 install pleaseRead the original story

    Thursday | Geekzone

    Hi all. I reinstalled win7 and stuffed it up royal. For some reason I could not use the motherboard disk to install any drivers, it just didnt work.

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