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owen
13 hours ago

When I try to visit a website and get a 504 error message, what is the cause? Is it always on their end, or could my hardware/software/internet connection...

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jack12
14 hours ago

Maybe I have my tinfoil hat on too tight, but I don’t like the idea of anyone being able to “listen” in on my private conversations. On the other hand, in...

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TravisT
14 hours ago

I’ve had a physical console for decades. Since 1979, there has not been a moment that that I did not have some video game console hooked up to something,...

david8789
1 day ago

I have recently been to paris and taken over 300 photos on a sony hx50. The night before flying home i took a photo and the camera brought a message up...

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dniblock
1 day ago

I held off getting a new PS3 or XBox 360 for a while to see what the reliability was like. As many of the early 360 owners know, this wasn't just paranoia,...

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stephenb
1 day ago

How can I share files that I have on my desktop PC in my home office with my laptop? The desktop PC is running Windows 8 and the laptop is running Windows 7...

rcook12
1 day ago

How many Moonshot microservers can fit in a standard 42U rack?

dayzsunny
1 day ago

I heard the term SDE used today, and when I asked what it was I was told “Software Defined Everything.” Um, ok, but what is Software Defined Everything? It...

Aryton
2 days ago

What are the big differences between Yosemite and previous versions of OS X? Anything exciting to look forward to?

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dvarian
2 days ago

I’m showing some works at art fairs and usually sell a piece or two each time. I’ve only been able to take cash or checks, which has cost me some sales, so...

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