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  1. vlcsnap-2015-01-23-15h45m11s251Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday | ABC 27

    Prices for laptops are all over the map. Some can set you back thousands of dollars, while others cost $300 or less.

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  2. No quick fix for battery anxiety but plenty of workaroundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | The Miami Herald

    At a cozy watering hole in Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, bartender Kathy Conway counted four different phone chargers behind the bar. Call it the scourge of the red zone or battery anxiety.

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  3. Why It's Still Too Early To Start Shorting HDD MakersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Seeking Alpha

    It's however, not a good idea to short shares of both companies since their topline growth is likely to stabilize around their current levels. The storage world is undergoing a disruption of apocalyptic proportions as hybrid SSDs and pure SSDs continue to cannibalize sales of their more pervasive HDD brethren.

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  4. BrandPost: A Laptop When You Need It, a Tablet When You Want ItRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | ComputerWorld

    Today is a great time for mobile computing options. Back in the day, for the most part, a laptop was a laptop.

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  5. Microsoft includes a precision pointer in Windows 10 for phonesRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | WinBeta

    A few days ago, Microsoft spent 2 hours detailing what's new in Windows 10, as well taking the time to put Google's Glass to shame , but it quickly became evident that there was even more new features that the company simply didn't have the time to talk about in detail. One of those new features is the inclusion of a precision pointing stick in the on-screen keyboard.

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  6. Daily Deals: Astro A30 Headset $30 Off, Aliens for $6, Final Fantasy X|X-2 HD RemasterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | IGN

    This Astro A30 headset is normally $80, but right now you can get it for $50 with code IGN50 . This headset works with PC, Mac, PS4 and the Xbox One, providing you have the chat adapter .

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  7. Enterprise And Compute Storage To Drive Seagate's EarningsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Seeking Alpha

    The company expects the strong demand for enterprise storage and notebook hard drive units to continue through the fourth calendar year quarter as well. We have a $58 price estimate for Seagate's stock, which is almost 10% lower than the current market price.

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  8. Windows Goes Universala and HolographicRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | TidBITS

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  9. Root Cause Failure Analysis FailRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | Coyote Blog

    I just finished setting up 10 laptops for new managers. I hate this process, but it is much faster now since I figured out how to get one exactly right and then clone a disk image onto a usb hard drive.

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  10. Help! I already can't decide between the 12-inch MacBook Air and 12-inch iPadRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Boy Genius

    Some hardcore Apple fans are surely excited about some of the rumored products that are supposed to launch later this year, including the 12-inch Retina MacBook Air and the 12-inch iPad Pro or iPad Air Plus the company is reportedly working on. Despite what some have secretly been hoping for - that Apple is making a Surface-like device that'll bring you the best of two worlds, an iOS tablet and an OS X laptop in the same ultra-portable box - it appears these two devices are separate products targeting different buyers.

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  11. Typewriters are back in style and demand, keeping repair shops busyRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | The Daily Gazette

    Ed Skibba cleans a Remington typewriter after repairing it Dec. 30 at Ace Business Machines in West Allis, Wisconsin. Ace is among a handful of Milwaukee shops that repair typewriters and have seen the business increase the last few years.

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  12. Google's Project Zero publishes three Os X zero-day vulnerabilitiesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | ITworld

    After disclosing multiple Windows vulnerabilities over the past month, Google's Project Zero just turned its eyes towards Apple flaws Google's not just picking on Windows. The search company's Project Zero initiative recently published three unpatched bugs in OS X, 90 days after the group privately disclosed the issues to Apple.

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  13. rick merrittRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | EETimes

    Interesting idea...Like the phablet is there something between an iPad and a Macbook Air? BTW, Apple did make a transition from the PowerPC to the x86 so the software work--while hard--is something it has some institutional memory with. Of course at that time it had the advantage of embracing the wider ecosystem of x86 software.

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  14. Acer Chromebooks Go Back to SchoolRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | NewsFactor

    Two new Chromebook models, the C910 and the C740, announced Wednesday by Acer are designed for schoolkids who might not always handle electronic devices as carefully as they should. The "enhanced durability" of the new Chromebooks is aimed at an education market that has already widely embraced the devices.

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  15. Low Battery Hacks, But No Quick FixRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | NewsFactor

    At a cozy watering hole in Brooklyn's Bedford-Stuyvesant neighborhood, bartender Kathy Conway counted four different phone chargers behind the bar. Call it the scourge of the red zone, call it battery anxiety.

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  16. BETT 2015: How is the IT industry reacting to the demands of a new curriculum?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Computing.co.uk

    The government's new IT curriculum came into force in September 2014, with education secretary Nicky Morgan overseeing its introduction having taken over from Michael Gove, who initiated the consultations for the new curriculum, in July 2014. At the BETT education technology conference in London on Wednesday, Morgan shed light on her plans to equip more young people for a career in the IT industry.

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  17. Extra Battery for Your MacBook, 7200RPM Portable Drive, and More DealsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | Lifehacker

    We have a million different options to charge our phones and tablets on the go, but laptops are generally out of luck unless you can find an AC outlet. This Lenmar ChugPlug solves this age-old problem by plugging directly into the power brick of your MacBook Air or 13" MacBook Pro, providing up to four extra hours of battery life.

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  18. Make Your Vacation Ideas Greater Using This Type Of AdviceRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | GreenBuildingAdvisor

    Many of us have excellent memories of moves we appreciated as children. Touring could've opened a realm of wondrous breakthrough then.

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  19. Microsoft runs out of Surface 2 tablets online: Is Windows RT dead?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Jan 23 | PC World

    Microsoft's Surface 2 tablet running Windows RT is out of stock at the company's online store, suggesting it may be discontinued after the decision not to upgrade it to Windows 10. Surface 2 is one of the last tablets to run Windows RT, an OS developed by Microsoft for low-power ARM chips. But Microsoft has said it will provide free Windows 10 upgrades only for Surface Pro tablets, which run Windows 8 or 8.1 on Intel x86 chips.

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  20. Video: Fujitsu Adds Intel Broadwell Processors to New Enterprise Tablets, LaptopsRead the original story

    Friday Jan 23 | ClipSyndicate

    With this month's arrival of Intel's fifth-generation Core processors, a.k.a. Broadwell, system manufacturers have been furiously working to get the new CPUs into their devices. Many have already previewed those new configurations, with Fujitsu being the latest to join the Broadwell party.

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