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dayzsunny
6 hours 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...

rcook12
19 hours ago

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

stephenb
19 hours 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...

dniblock
19 hours 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,...

Aryton
20 hours 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
20 hours 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...

aiden
20 hours ago

The latest Android vulnerability has been called Fake ID, and as I understand it fools the OS by pretending to be a different app. How does it do that, and...

ttopp
1 day ago

Sometimes app updates make changes that I don’t really like. Occasionally, an update will actually break the app and make it unusable. Usually the major...

jpbwana
1 day ago

I was trying to download an app called 'hotels tonight' and it replied that it can't be downloaded without ios 7.0 or higher. Please help me as I know very...

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david8789
2 days 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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