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Winning the offseason, Saban's metaphysical proce...
We're back. We've de-sanded, re-set our mini-golf handicap and amazingly have very little color to show for our trip to the Gulf, but it was a world of fun. Thanks to those of you who played along in...
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Acer accidentally outs the first 8in Windows 8 ta...
Spotted among its longstanding brothers, the Iconia W8 and the Iconia W7 tablets, the Iconia W3 is featured on the product webpages at www.acer.fi despite never having been previously announced or...
Read more at The Philippine Inquirer
Canadian Tire forgoes BYOD, issues BlackBerries t...
Canadian Tire began issuing thousands of BlackBerry Q10 smartphones to corporate employees in Toronto after rolling out Z10 models weeks earlier. By Matt Hamblen | Framingham | Monday, 20 May,...
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BlackBerry Enterprise Service
To tweet or not to tweet: that is the question
Why social media can make or break any athlete’s career. In the wake of another athlete being busted for a rush of blood to the fingers, sportspeople the world over have to ask themselves the...
Read more at Fanatix
'Quiet Zone' may help curb texting behind the whe...
Anyone driving these days has undoubtedly come across other drivers distracted by cell phones. While Florida appears closer to a ban on texting behind the wheel, a Zephyhrills inventor has created an...
Read more at Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
Lenovo’s Horizon PC Turns Your Coffee Table Into ...
What kind of computer comes with an explicit warning not to rest your coffee cup on it? A computer like Lenovo’s new IdeaCentre Horizon PC does -– and with good reason. This 27-inch computer...
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The Clock Is Ticking on 30/30's Simple, Powerful ...
I'm a sucker for productivity management -- too much to do, never enough time, and there is always, it seems, some sort of flashing distraction. There's plenty of people out there with similar...
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iTunes App Store
Sign Post: Beware of the mobile zombies
Two cellphone brands that were all but buried by their critics in recent years showed remarkable signs of life this week. Nokia and BlackBerry both unveiled new phones that say much about the niche...
Read more at The Times & The Sunday Times
Sauce Labs' Jason Huggins: App Testing Is for the...
Jason Huggins took Web browser and website testing to new levels. Pushed by several Aha! moments, he recognized a pressing need for automation in applications testing. He also discovered that no...
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Will BlackBerry, Nokia or Amazon Replace Apple or...
Apple and Google are currently at the top of the mobile device heap, but both companies are vulnerable at the moment. Apple has lost its iconic CEO and appears to be chasing Samsung, and you can't...
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Wolfson to move integrated MEMS microphones to 8i...
Technology NewsWolfson to move integrated MEMS microphones to 8in wafers May 20, 2013 // Nick Flaherty Wolfson Microelectronics is integrating digital signal processing on the same die as its MEMS...
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Music review: Bonobo, The Roundhouse, London
Ninja Tune have taken over all of the hallowed halls of the Camden venue to host a launch party for new album The North Borders. Those who arrived here earlier got the chance to catch live sets from...
Read more at Independent
Asus Cube review: a capable, but flawed, Google T...
Related Articles Previewed at the 2013 CES (then called the Qube), the Asus Cube is a set-top box that delivers the Google TV experience—a combination media streamer, advanced program guide, and...
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Brokenstraw Twp. Crash. Warren-based state police report a crash which occurred at approximately 11:40 a.m. on May 17 on Rt. 6 approximately .2 miles east of Rt. 27. According to police, Margery E....
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Plaistow Memorial Church launch WW1 centenary pro...
Plaistow Memorial Church launch WW1 centenary project at House of CommonsDevelopment manager Philippa King and clavier player Julia Hancock with the restored World War I bells at the bellfry in...
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Music review: The Great Escape, Various venues, B...
On the other hand where else would you find showcases in carpeted hotel basements devoted to the musical output of Catalonia, Nova Scotia and Poland, or indeed a hirsute, unnamed metal band playing...
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Six tips to bombproof your password
How can we make our passwords more hack-resistant and manage all the passwords we need? Entropy is your new best friend Most attackers don't break passwords by going to Gmail or Facebook and making...
Read more at FOX 13 Tampa Bay
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Southern Oregon's house band
The Rogue Suspects celebrates its 15th anniversary Fifteen years after its first gig at Standing Stone Brewing Co., The Rogue Suspects is still going strong and scheduled to perform nearly 100 shows...
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Music Review: Young musicians excel
Music Review: Young musicians excel BURLINGTON � Youth � and youthful � prevailed at the Burlington Chamber Orchestra�s 2012-13 season finale Saturday at St. Michael�s College�s McCarthy Arts Center....
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2012: Kyocera Rise - The phones of CTIA: A look b...
The good: The Kyocera Rise runs on Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich, has a sliding
, and has great call quality. The bad: The Rise has a laggy processor and a bulky, heavy design. The bottom...
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