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The Bangkok PostRed Hat, the world's leading provider of open-source software and services, is urging the Thai government to increase its certified engineers to fuel local data centre growth. Damien Wong, the general manager for Asean, said more certified engineers...
firstname.lastname@example.orgRecently, while I was shopping at our local Walmart, I noticed a new gadget on the shelf near the streaming media players. It was a product similar to the mini Android PC I have mentioned in past columns. The specs of the product were vague but I...
North Korea recently launched a cyber attack on South Korean TV stations and banks. Iran carried out a cyber campaign against U.S. banking sites. The U.S. and Israel released malware that disabled Iranian nuclear centrifuges. Or did they? There's no...
Pandora, a popular streaming music service, is now limiting its free mobile users to 40 hours a month. According to the company’s blog post, it does not expect many users to be affected by the limit. However, Pandora does offer options for any...
To the casual, iPhone-toting observer on the street, success in the app-development game means launching the next Angry Birds, the next Words with Friends, the next Fruit Ninja. It's all about creating that simple, super-addictive, viral app that pays for...
email@example.comHappy New Year to each and every one of you! It is exciting just thinking about the fun new tech toys 2013 will offer us. Luckily, we don't have to wait long to see some of the cool tech coming in the near future. The annual International Consumer...
Tags: Music, Gaming, Electronics, Entertainment, International CES
This week, I will answer questions from the mailbag. Today’s question is a two-part inquiry in regards to apps. RH writes: “Can you get apps for laptops or PCs or are they just for tablets and smart phones?” My response: Sure, you...
firstname.lastname@example.orgI love playing with new tech toys! This week, I present a fun tech combo that includes the Rikomagic MK802 III and an Air Mouse that cost only $69. The MK802 III is one of many mini PCs currently out in the market. It resembles a USB flash drive,...
Tags: Wii, Gaming, Media Industry, Entertainment, YouTube
email@example.comInstalling old 32-bit software on a new 64-bit computer running Windows 7 or higher can be a challenge. This week, I will be addressing this issue, in particular what happens when one tries to install an older Adobe CS2 Suite that previously was used on...
Tags: Gaming, Entertainment, Amazon Kindle
firstname.lastname@example.orgHalloween eve is here and for those folks who enjoy reading scary books, here is a spooky deal just for you. StoryBundle is offering the Halloween Horror Bundle which includes six DRM-free horror ebooks and you can decide your own price for them. In...
email@example.comGoogle has announced the launch of a new Chromebook. The new Samsung Chromebook will run on Chrome OS. Features of the Samsung Chromebook will include a clamshell-styled body, 2GB RAM, a Samsung Exynos 5 1.7GHz dual-core processor, an 11.6-inch display,...
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