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catamount
42 min ago

The scientists that discovered graphene were awarded the 2010 Nobel prize in physics for their work. Graphene is supposed to be a “game changer” that will...

fredyperalta88
3 hours ago

Hi at my work we need software or server that can receive an email that contains a url to a downloadable file and download it, after the server downloads...

mandril
7 hours ago

How much longer will it be before Windows 9 comes out? Windows 8 is ok as long as it’s running on a machine with a touch screen, but I really don’t like...

cchecca
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My house is all pretty much all Android and Windows devices, but my girlfriend has an iPhone and iPad. I have Google Cloud Print set up so it is easy for me...

pcaulfield
8 hours ago

Apple has installed moisture sensors (aka liquid contact indicators) in iPhones since the original version came out. If the sensor says there has been...

LolaBelle
8 hours ago

Data centers use a huge amount of energy, and that amount is increasing as more data centers are constructed and expanded. I’ve seen various estimates, but...

PaxProSe
9 hours ago

I am familiar with and use the Tor browser when on my Windows laptop to try to maintain some semblance of online privacy. Is Tor sufficient to ensure...

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TheCount
9 hours ago

Microsoft has announced that Windows 7 will enter Extended Support status in January 2015. How will this affect Windows 7 users? Will there be any changes...

tswayne
19 hours ago

Avast released a report saying that they were able to recover data, including rather compromising personal photos, from used Android devices that had been “...

jluppino
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I’m about to head out to Europe and will spending time both on the continent and in Wales. Obviously I will at least need a European and British AC adapters...

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Google is going to tour Europe with a band of external advisers this fall to discuss a landmark ruling by Europe's top court that gave people the right to have personal information excluded from search engine listings in Europe.
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Indian outsourcer Infosys said its revenue and profit grew in the second quarter as the company won some large deals in the period.
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