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Governments reach out to today’s youths – start promoting Cyber Gaming Events

At first glance, a government’s officials might say “we shouldn’t encourage sitting around all day behind a computer or TV”, but times are changing and cyber gaming is what most…

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Job Market: Part Time Writer at BlogTechnical

BlogTechnical is looking for part-time writers who wish to put their journalism skills to work in the technology sector. BlogTechnical covers the latest happenings in the tech world, focusing on topic

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Workstation Ergonomics are just as important as OSHA

Ergonomics, a concept that should be given the same priority and awareness as OSHA around the workplace. More emphasis should be place on ergonomics at the workstation since the majority…

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Increase Innovation in Trinidad by Cracking Down on Piracy

While supporting the “small man trying to make a living” and the average working Joe having the benefit of seeing the latest DVD movie or Music albums for a fraction…

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[Update] Skype installs EasyBits Go CrapWare on your systems without users’ prior knowledge

It seems that Skype is automatically installing crapware called EasyBits Go without informing or asking users for installation permission. This morning I was notified that Skype needed third-party access to…

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Apple and Religion share common ground in the minds of some

In a recent BBC documentary entitled Secrets of the Superbrands, host Alex Riley explained how Apple shares a common ground with religion in the minds of many Apple fanatics. The…

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Microsoft bringing more ads to Skype

Microsoft has announced that it will be increasing the number of ads that free users of Skype see while making web calls. Even though Skype has been on the road…

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Panasonic soon to release 100GB BDXL Rewritable Blu-ray Disc

Panasonic has announced that it will release a 100GB rewritable single-sided three-layer Blu-ray disc, that will be compatible with the Rewritable Format Blu-ray Disc burners, on the 15th of April…

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Samsung Laptop Keylogger caused by False Positive

It seems Samsung is not that evil after all, after it was confirmed that the keylogger discovered by NetworkWorld’s Mohamed Hassan was indeed a false positive caused by the an…

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FCC giving out free Wireless-N routers as part of broadband test

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will be giving away 10,000 Wireless-N routers as part of their program to perform a number of broadband tests, for the benefit of a better…

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Safari once again falls first at Pwn2Own

Security experts from the French penetration-testing firm VUPEN has taken the cake for exploiting a zero-day security exploit in the Safari browser on a MacBook. Chaouki Bekrar from VUPEN was…

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First Leaked Windows 8 Screens and Details

The first legitimate leaked images of Windows 8 have hit the web, giving us a sneak peak of what’s to come. Win7China posted 2 shots of Windows 8 Build 7910.winmain.110111-1804,…

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IBM’s supercomputer “Watson” competes on Jeopardy, ties for top spot (1st night)

Earlier tonight, IBM’s supercomputer “Watson” went head to head against Jeopardy’s two top players in history, Ken Jennings and Brad Rutter. The system that has been in the making for…

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Browser Benchmark Wars: How does Firefox 4 Beta 9 stand up?

With Firefox 4 beta 9 impressing the crowds, we decided to do a benchmark test of all the major browsers on the market to see who comes out on top….

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Back to College Tech Guide

It’s college time again! Students from across the world are heading back or have already started their classes for the second semester. To help you all along in the world…

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Firefox 4 Beta 9 is crazy fast

If you haven’t tried out Firefox’s new Beta 9, please get with it. Unlike the older versions of Firefox 4 betas, this one is actually very stable and runs superbly…

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