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Virgin Media Businesses Give Business Internet A Speed Boost

Virgin Media Businesses Give Business Internet A Speed Boost

September 29, 2010

According to Virgin Media Businesses, they have just recently launched a new service for business internet that, according to them, will give customers “dedicated, fire-based,¬†uncontested” internet access at speeds of up to 1Gbps. Big Red Internet, as it is being called, will be offered at two speeds: 100Mbps for customers currently using Virgin’s 10-30Mbps service […]

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Apple Fixes Months-Old QuickTime Bugs

Apple Fixes Months-Old QuickTime Bugs

September 16, 2010

A critical vulnerability in QuickTime that was reported to the company by a “bug bounty” program a few months ago was finally patched Wednesday by Apple . The update Apple released also patched a “DLL load hijacking” issue which went public in August of this year. The update, known as the QuickTime 7.6.8 update, is […]

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SEP Webinar – HTML5

SEP Webinar – HTML5

September 8, 2010

Coming up on September 23rd, 2010, anyone interested in building scalable and high performance web applications will have a chance to partake in a seminar designed specifically for that. SEP Webinar – HTML5 is known as “The Next Generation Technology for Building Scalable and High Performance Web Applications”. It is one of the best places […]

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Intrusion Detection Systems for Your PC

Intrusion Detection Systems for Your PC

September 5, 2010

Security is one of the biggest concerns with people these days. Home security is a big issue, but when people aren’t worrying about that, they are worrying about their online security. Most cases of identity theft or anything like that come from hackers online who have somehow acquired your personal information. Whether you bought something […]

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Network Firewalls and Corporate Network Security

Network Firewalls and Corporate Network Security

August 25, 2010

When operating a business or company that extensively uses a computer network for employees, business transactions and the like, it is always important that you be protected from any type of virus or malicious program that has the potential to mess things up very badly for you. In order to have adequate protection, you need […]

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Recovering Your Data After a Hardware Malfunction

Recovering Your Data After a Hardware Malfunction

August 18, 2010

It’s happened to all of us, you’re working on your computer, maybe on something very important, and everything is going along just fine and BOOM! Your computer blue screens or a malicious virus corrupts your PC. Luckily you are able to reboot your computer but all the data you had been working on is gone […]

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Samsung to Stream 3D Content from Online Store

Samsung to Stream 3D Content from Online Store

August 11, 2010

Samsung announced today that it would begin streaming a few 3D movie trailers over the internet, creating a brand new way for consumers to get 3D content on their TVs. Samsung will provide access to 3D movie trailers through an online application store created by the company. Samsung plans on expanding their lineup of 3D […]

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Thermaltake’s Insane Level 10 Chassis

Thermaltake’s Insane Level 10 Chassis

August 4, 2010

People who like to custom build their PCs know that having all the best parts is good and all, but having a device to contain them all is the key ingredient. I’m talking about a chassis. A chassis, tower, box, case or whatever you want to call it, is the loving home of your computer. […]

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Intel Restricting Overclocking on Sandy Bridge CPUs

Intel Restricting Overclocking on Sandy Bridge CPUs

July 28, 2010

The more intense PC geeks out there know all about overclocking. For those of you who don’t, overclocking is running your computer at a higher clock rate, giving it more cycles per second, than it was designed for or specified for by the manufacturer. Most people who overclock their computers are looking to increase performance […]

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