Saturday, June 29, 2013

NovaTech Computer Solutions Offers Computer Repair Services in Miami, FL - SBWire (press release)

NovaTech Computer Solutions Offers Computer Repair Services in Miami, FL
SBWire (press release)
Florida, FL -- (SBWIRE) -- 06/21/2013 -- NovaTech Computer Solutions offers computer repair services in Miami to small and medium sized businesses. Serving Miami area for over 10 years, their affordable solutions allow the businesses to have a greater ...


Tuesday, June 25, 2013

First Apple Computer Expected To Sell For At Least $500000 - Forbes

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First Apple Computer Expected To Sell For At Least $500000
Forbes
Well, better get used to the phrase because the vintage-tech market is here to stay. “As boomers have more money to spend on their pasts, they are buying up these products as investments,” said George Keremedjiev, director of The American Computer ...
Original Apple I computer up for auctionCNN
Early Apple computer could fetch $500000 or moreAustin American-Statesman
The OG Apple 1 Computer is Up for AuctionComplex.com
Geeky gadgets -Fox Business -Fort Worth Star Telegram
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MacBook Air Review: A Tiny Computer with Big Battery Life - ABC News

ABC News

MacBook Air Review: A Tiny Computer with Big Battery Life
ABC News
MacBook Air Review: A Tiny Computer with Big Battery Life. By JOANNA STERN (@joannastern). June 25, 2013. The 11-inch MacBook Air model gets over eight hours of battery life. (ABC News). Share. 0. Apple MacBook chargers follow me around.

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NY court: Computer searches can threaten privacy - MiamiHerald.com

NY court: Computer searches can threaten privacy
MiamiHerald.com
NEW YORK -- A federal appeals court warned Tuesday that authorities may have gone too far in their search of an ex-convict's computer, saying the Fourth Amendment protection against unreasonable searches and seizures is irrelevant if every hard drive ...

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Q&A: Renaming a Windows 7 Computer - New York Times (blog)

Q&A: Renaming a Windows 7 Computer
New York Times (blog)
Unless your network administrator or Internet service provider requires your computer to use a certain name, you can change it in just a few short steps in Windows 7. When updating the name from its factory default (or whatever you called the machine ...



More women pick computer science if media nix outdated 'nerd' stereotype - UW Today

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More women pick computer science if media nix outdated 'nerd' stereotype
UW Today
University of Washington psychologist Sapna Cheryan wanted to know if gendered stereotypes had any effect on young women's interest in becoming computer scientists. Specifically, she and colleagues studied whether the stereotypical view of the geeky ...
The Nerd Stereotype Deters Women From Computer Science CareersRedOrbit
'Nerdy' mold needs breaking to recruit women into computer scienceECNmag.com

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A Computer To Teach You Not To Act Like A Computer - Co.Exist

Co.Exist

A Computer To Teach You Not To Act Like A Computer
Co.Exist
Technology enthusiasts who spend their days playing with computers and robots often have the amount of social graces of the machines they're programming. So it's either a brilliant or incredibly off-base intervention that an MIT graduate student has ...

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Historic Apple 1 Computer May Fetch $500k at Auction - ABC News

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Historic Apple 1 Computer May Fetch $500k at Auction
ABC News
Apple owners know that the company's latest computers cost a pretty penny (or more accurately, hundreds of thousands of pretty pennies). But how much is one of their oldest computers worth? Judging by the opening bid at Christie's, at least $300,000.
Auction house takes bids on first Apple computerabc7news.com
The Man About To Make $500000 Selling This Old Computer Paid Nothing For ItBusiness Insider Australia
Rare Apple 1 computer expected to sell for $500000 at auctionTelegraph.co.uk
Express.co.uk -BBC News
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Monday, June 24, 2013

Southwest Airlines normalizing operations after computer glitch grounds 250 ... - 10News

10News

Southwest Airlines normalizing operations after computer glitch grounds 250 ...
10News
SAN DIEGO - Southwest Airlines began to normalize its operations following a computer glitch that grounded 250 flights Friday night, and all flights out of San Diego were operating Saturday, a spokeswoman said. In Southern California, one morning ...



Andy Vuong's Mailbag: Power off computer or leave it on? - Denver Post

Andy Vuong's Mailbag: Power off computer or leave it on?
Denver Post
Q: I get so many different opinions from so many different people that I thought you would be my final expert answer to this age-old question: Should I leave the computer on all the time or shut it off when not in use? Two computers are in question ...



Victoria Gadson, computer analyst and devoted motorcycle rider. - Philly.com

Victoria Gadson, computer analyst and devoted motorcycle rider.
Philly.com
Victoria Gadson, a former professional dancer who performed around the East Coast, a computer analyst who helped companies update their mainframes when the century changed, and loving family matriarch, died Tuesday of lung cancer. She was 77 and ...


Saturday, June 22, 2013

Mobile Solutions Help Field Service Organizations Make Green While Going ... - Business 2 Community

Mobile Solutions Help Field Service Organizations Make Green While Going ...
Business 2 Community
... a positive impact on the environment, and implementing a mobility solution can result in immediate savings by eliminating certain costs, such as paper, while reducing others, like fuel and vehicle maintenance costs, and toner cartridges and printer ...



Thursday, June 20, 2013

I Speak Computer - KQED

KQED

I Speak Computer
KQED
Working after school with two computer science majors from Cal, we learned a lot about programming but we also learned about perseverance. Turns out some of our simplest ideas required pretty complex code and took days. At times our idea didn't seem ...



D-Wave's Quantum Computer Courts Controversy - Scientific American

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D-Wave's Quantum Computer Courts Controversy
Scientific American
The problem of lack of recognition is fast disappearing for D-Wave, the world's first and so far only company making quantum computers. After initial disbelief and ridicule from the research community, Rose and his firm are now being taken more ...
Distinguishing quantum bits key to building large-scale computerTG Daily
How the Hell Does a Quantum Computer Work?Gizmodo
Quibbling Over Qubits: New Discovery Marks Milestone in Quantum Computer ...Nature World News
Geeky gadgets -The Conversation
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Tuesday, June 18, 2013

Should you buy a $25 computer? Meet Raspberry Pi - USA TODAY

Should you buy a $25 computer? Meet Raspberry Pi
USA TODAY
The hottest computer on the market isn't a $1,000-plus decked-out gaming machine. It's actually a bare bones circuit board the size of a credit card. And it costs just $25. Meet the Raspberry Pi. What's it good for? For starters, you hook the Pi to an ...

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Occipital acquires 3D-scanning startup ManCTL to explore future of computer ... - VentureBeat

Occipital acquires 3D-scanning startup ManCTL to explore future of computer ...
VentureBeat
Occipital develops computer-vision products. Its applications — 360Verse and 360 Panorama — capture images and create maps in real time. ManCTL makes a 3D-scanning technology that captures images from a Microsoft Kinect or Asus Xtion camera and ...



Four Microphones and a Computer Algorithm Are Enough to Produce a 3-D ... - Science Daily (press release)

Four Microphones and a Computer Algorithm Are Enough to Produce a 3-D ...
Science Daily (press release)
At EPFL, a team from the Audiovisual Communications Laboratory (LCAV), under the direction of Professor Martin Vetterli, has developed a computer algorithm that can accomplish this from a sound that's picked up by four microphones. Their experiment is ...



How the Hell Does a Quantum Computer Work? - Gizmodo

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How the Hell Does a Quantum Computer Work?
Gizmodo
Jamie Condliffe PFollowOUnfollow 6/18/13 7:17am Today 7:17am g 14,357L 32Edit. You've probably heard people—including us—banging on about quantum computers for a long ol' time. But that doesn't necessarily mean you know exactly how they work.
Ever Wondered How A Quantum Computer Works? (video)Geeky gadgets
New method helps distinguish between neighboring quantum bitsR & D Magazine

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Purdue computer fastest campus device in world - USA TODAY

Purdue computer fastest campus device in world
USA TODAY
Purdue University once again has the fastest university-owned super computer in the world, unveiling the powerhouse just in time to end Indiana University's two-month reign at the top of the list. "That's not why we do it, but it's nice because it's ...

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Sharyl Attkisson: 'I think I know' source of computer breaches - Washington Post

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Sharyl Attkisson: 'I think I know' source of computer breaches
Washington Post
CBS News investigative reporter Sharyl Attkisson appears to be launching a media tour over her hacked computers. Yesterday she appeared on “CBS This Morning” with revelations that her computers would strangely turn on and off in the night, alerting her ...
Sharyl Attkisson Shares Update On Computer Hacking InvestigationKYW Newsradio
Sharyl Attkisson: 'I Think I Know' Who Hacked Into My ComputerNewsBusters (blog)
Sharyl Attkisson on computer hacking: "I'm outraged"CBS News
Business Insider -Politico (blog) -Huffington Post
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WSSU part of $5M grant to boost diversity in computer fields - The Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area

WSSU part of $5M grant to boost diversity in computer fields
The Business Journal of the Greater Triad Area
“The mentoring initiative is designed to pair undergraduate African-American computer science students with computer science faculty on a nationwide basis to provide support and early exposure to research methods,” Jones said. “Students who participate ...



How Computer Technology Is Destroying Jobs - Business Insider

Business Insider

How Computer Technology Is Destroying Jobs
Business Insider
The real problem facing workers today is computer software that can handle the work typically performed in white-collar jobs. From clerical work to handling finances, software can perform many tasks faster and with fewer errors. With developments like ...

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China Boasts World's Fastest Computer - Voice of America

Voice of America

China Boasts World's Fastest Computer
Voice of America
The previous number one, the Cray-made Titan computer installed at the U.S. Department of Energy's (DOE) Oak Ridge National Laboratory in Tennessee, is now ranked second. The third ranking computer, IBM's Sequoia, installed at DOE's Lawrence ...
China Supercomputer: Tianhe-2 Claims Fastest Computer TitleWebProNews
China always gets the best stuff, now has the world's fastest computermsnNOW
Massive System in China Named World's Fastest ComputerWall Street Journal (blog)
Economic Times -China Daily -The Tokyo Times
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3M Introduces Computer-Assisted Coding Solution for Small Rural and ... - DailyFinance

3M Introduces Computer-Assisted Coding Solution for Small Rural and ...
DailyFinance
SALT LAKE CITY--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- 3M Health Information Systems is expanding its portfolio of market-leading coding products to introduce the 3M CAC System for Small Hospitals, a simple to install and easy-to-use computer-assisted coding (CAC) ...
Understanding ICD-10: Computer Assisted CodingEHRIntelligence.com

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Monday, June 17, 2013

On The Agenda - Kitsap Sun

On The Agenda
Kitsap Sun
Approving a nine-month extension to Intratek Computer, Inc. for information technology professional services and printer repair services, at a cost of $268,000. Selecting Balfour/IDS as the primary architect-engineering firm and Watry/Turner as the ...



Sunday, June 16, 2013

Oklahoma computer whiz rescues photos, documents from Moore tornado ... - NewsOK.com

Oklahoma computer whiz rescues photos, documents from Moore tornado ...
NewsOK.com
Christine Jones points to a hard drive containing the files that were on her destroyed computer. Jones took her tornado-ravaged computer to the Moore Public Library so computer consultant Dave Moore could rescue her files. Moore saved hundreds of ...



The beautiful new Apple computer most people won't buy - The Keene Sentinel

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The beautiful new Apple computer most people won't buy
The Keene Sentinel
The big hardware unveil at a recent Apple press event was the new Mac Pro, a sleek, cylindrical desktop computer and the most powerful machine Apple has ever built. It also costs thousands of dollars and is way more machine than most people will ever ...
Oh My Tech!: Should all your devices be on the same platform?Salt Lake Tribune

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Friday, June 14, 2013

DSR Inc., One of Marylands Leading Computer Technology Repair Networking ... - IT Business Net

DSR Inc., One of Marylands Leading Computer Technology Repair Networking ...
IT Business Net
As a full-service computer technology firm, DSR offers local Maryland computer repair and networking services, as well as business technology sales across the United States. DSR prides itself on delivering the greatest selection of quality products and ...

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Monday, June 3, 2013

Five signs your computer is infected - USA TODAY

Five signs your computer is infected
USA TODAY
Oh, the not-so-humble computer virus. For decades, it's been making computer users miserable. It's like the common cold. You'd think someone would have cured both by now. Unfortunately, it looks like computer viruses are just getting stronger and smarter.

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Saturday, June 1, 2013

US lifts ban on computer exports to people in Iran - CNET

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US lifts ban on computer exports to people in Iran
CNET
The U.S. government is easing sanctions that for more than two decades have prohibited companies from selling electronic devices such as computers, cell phones, and wireless routers to Iran. The move, announced Thursday by the Treasury Department, ...
US removes sanctions on computer exports to Iran ahead of next month's electionsThe Verge
US allows exporting computer equipment to Iran (again)TelecomsTech

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Maker of city's new 911 computer system has history of failure - New York Daily News

New York Daily News

Maker of city's new 911 computer system has history of failure
New York Daily News
Another computer crash struck the city's 911 call center Friday afternoon — the fourth such outage since the NYPD launched a new $88 million computer-aided dispatch system three days ago. The latest glitch severed computer links between EMS ...

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Five signs your computer is infected - USA TODAY

Five signs your computer is infected
USA TODAY
Oh, the not-so-humble computer virus. For decades, it's been making computer users miserable. It's like the common cold. You'd think someone would have cured both by now. Unfortunately, it looks like computer viruses are just getting stronger and smarter.

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