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You Will Be Able To Upgrade To Windows 8 From XP And Newer For $40

You Will Be Able To Upgrade To Windows 8 From XP And Newer For $40

| July 2, 2012 | Reply

If you act before Jan 31, 2013 you will be able to upgrade to windows 8 on the cheap. For just $40 you can get a download version of the pro version of Win8. If you would like a disk to keep it will cost you $70. Sound familiar? Either way it’s nice to see […]

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Reminder: Apple Media Event is Today, Next iPhone to be Unveiled

Reminder: Apple Media Event is Today, Next iPhone to be Unveiled

| October 4, 2011 | Reply

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you know that Apple’s Fall Media event is today. New CEO, Tim Cook, is expected to announce the next iPhone as well as iOS 5 at the event. It kicks off at 10am Pacific time (11am Mountain, 12pm Central, 1pm Eastern). Like the iPad 2 release event earlier this year, this one will […]

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Redsn0w Updated, Will Jailbreak iOS5 And Offer Faster Jailbreaking For iOS4

Redsn0w Updated, Will Jailbreak iOS5 And Offer Faster Jailbreaking For iOS4

| September 19, 2011 | Reply

If you have an iOS device and read this blog, you probably use Redsn0w to jailbreak it. A new release has hit with a pretty impressive changelog. One of the best features is that you no longer need to download the entire IPSW(backup image) to do the jailbreak. If you are on iOS 5, you […]

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Google Grows Again With Zagat Acquisition

Google Grows Again With Zagat Acquisition

| September 8, 2011 | Reply

For anyone living under a rock lately, it might be news that Google has been busy. Busy buying big companies, that is. To the rest of us, however, not much of a surprise to hear they’ve been at it again. Announced today, Google has acquired Zagat, a worldwide leader in restaurant reviews and ratings. Seems […]

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Comcast Introduces $10 Internet Access for Low-Income Families

Comcast Introduces $10 Internet Access for Low-Income Families

| August 8, 2011 | Reply

Cable and Internet provider Comcast is rolling out a new program that offers discounted Internet service to low-income families. The program is called Internet Essentials and will provide “low-cost access to the Internet and affordable computers as well as digital literacy training to families with children who are eligible to receive free lunches under the National […]

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Man Almost Builds Nuclear Reactor In His Kitchen

Man Almost Builds Nuclear Reactor In His Kitchen

| August 2, 2011 | Reply

In Angelholm Sweden, A man started to build a nuclear reactor in his kitchen. He was able to get the radioactive material needed overseas and from a fire alarm. He then ordered a Geiger counter from here in the USA. Good thing, cause he wanted to be safe. The man kept a blog about his […]

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Google Making Finding A Hotel Even Easier

Google Making Finding A Hotel Even Easier

| July 29, 2011 | Reply

The google search blog unveiled a new way to search for hotels today.  What you do is you draw out an area on a map then a list of hotels comes up. What could be easier than that? Google will even show you reviews via Google Places and ads from travel agents to help you […]

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60 Seconds Off the ‘Net…What Do You Miss?

60 Seconds Off the ‘Net…What Do You Miss?

| June 21, 2011 | Reply

Found this to be a nice follow-up to the piece last week on just how much data we consume these days. Gizmodo put together some fun facts about just how much goes on in 60 seconds on this world wide web of ours: 1500+ blog posts 98,000 new tweets 12,000 new ads on Craigslist 20,000 […]

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