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  1. Re: How does networking (communication) work when in the cloudRead the original story

    Yesterday | Midrange-l mailing list

    On Thu, Jul 31, 2014 at 3:01 PM, Charles Wilt wrote:


  2. The Week's Best Deals for Your Mac and iOS Device, July 31Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | MacLife

    There may be spec bumps and price drops on the MacBook Pros just out at the Apple Store, but it's never a bad time to look into Apple-certified refurbs.


  3. What would happen if U.S. tech firms turned off the lights?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | TG Daily

    Countries around the world have been cracking down on U.S. based tech companies for a variety of reasons, but what would happen if U.S. companies began to fight back? It seems like there have been dozens of stories recently about U.S. companies facing sanctions, criticisms, lawsuits, legislation and threats of losing contracts in countries around ... (more)


  4. Asus X102B reviewRead the original story

    Yesterday |

    Sluggish performance, screen could be better, front camera and sound is poor, would a tablet and keyboard dock make more sense? When you start to look at budget laptops, the first thing most people will tell you is to go with a Chromebook.


  5. My experience with the doomed Surface-class tabletRead the original story

    Yesterday | WorldCAD Access

    UK figures this week show Microsoft sold around 10,000 slate-style tablets last quarter, out of almost 600,000 sold overall.


  6. LifeProof four-proof protective cases protect students' devices and parents' budgetsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | DVDCreation Reviews

    Kids are trading break time activities for the classroom, which means school sports, crowded hallways and overstuffed backpacks all opportunities for accidental damage to expensive technology.


  7. Best and Worst Buys of August 2014Read the original story

    Yesterday | Kiplinger Online

    August is a great month for bargain hunters. You'll find lots of sales on summer-related items this month as retailers try to make room for fall inventory.


  8. Apple to lay off about 200 people at Beats: reportRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Globe and Mail

    Beats Audio equipment is arranged for a photo next to an Apple laptop at Best Buy in Boston on May 9, 2014.


  9. A Tool That Answers 'What's That Typeface?'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Atlantic

    I was reminded of this fact just this morning as I read the transcript of a conversation between my editor Alexis and Pinterest co-founder Evan Sharp.


  10. Now's the Time to Buy an Apple MacBook Pro: 10 Reasons WhyRead the original story

    Yesterday | CNet News

    Apple on July 29 announced an update to its MacBook Pro line. From the low-end 13-inch model to the higher-end 15-inch version, the device line, which is one of the most popular on the market, has to look even more attractive to customers looking to buy a notebook.


  11. Notebooks for Mac released to complement Notebooks on iOSRead the original story

    Tuesday | MacMinute

    Alfons Schmid has announced Mac OS X and Windows versions of Notebooks, a productivity app that combines text processing with task management and file organization.


  12. 105W Medical Power Adapter for Charging Lenovo ThinkPadsRead the original story w/Photo

    Jan 17, 2014 | PowerPulse

    TRUMPower has launched its 105W TMP105-20-LNR ac-dc medical-grade power adapter, which is set at 20V output voltage and specifically configured to charge Lenovo ThinkPad laptop computers.


  13. Report: YosemiteRead the original story

    Yesterday | MacInTouch

    Do you know whether anyone else is experiencing what I am? I get a redemption code and it takes me to the App Store but then tells me the redemption code has already been redeemed? [I found these instructions , with a note down the page a way about "How to fix unredeemable Yosemite beta code".


  14. Re: How does networking (communication) work when in the cloudRead the original story

    Yesterday | Midrange-l mailing list

    The salespeople currently don't need to start a VPN to get to


  15. Take a walk on the wild side with gadgets for the great outdoorsRead the original story

    Yesterday | South China Morning Post

    Standard mobile devices are fine for urban dwellers, but when you get beyond the suburbs, into the great outdoors, a new class of gadget - or at least some careful protection - is required.


  16. What's Better Than Kindle Unlimited for $120 a Year? This Free AlternativeRead the original story

    Yesterday | Bloomberg

    Amazon's new unlimited book-borrowing service may bring in $1 billion a year in sales for the company.


  17. Sweet app brings one of Apple's best new software features to your Android phoneRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Boy Genius

    One of the best software features Apple introduced at WWDC 2014 is Handoff, a neat trick that will allow users who own both an iOS 8 device and a Yosemite Mac seamlessly move between devices while using the same supported app .


  18. Intel achieves Haswell success in VietnamRead the original story

    Yesterday | Electronic Engineering Times Asia

    Haswell is the fourth generation of Intel core processors built using the 22nm technology.


  19. Power Week: Google's $1M Power Inverter Challenge - How Small Is Possible?Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | EETimes

    If you can figure out how to shrink the functionality of a kilowatt-scale power inverter into a device the size of a laptop -- i.e., design a device that is about 10 times smaller than current available inverter technology -- then Google will give you $1 million.


  20. A Survival Guide for Data in the WildRead the original story

    Yesterday | InfoWorld

    Web browser or Office suite? Microsoft's and Google's office productivity and collaboration clouds pit rich and complex against simple and lean more OS migration is typically time-consuming and expensive.