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Technology News Archive - June 30, 2012

Texas Researchers Hijack Drone, Expose Crucial Homeland Security Threat

Computer hardware and software companies have been asking hackers to break into their systems for years now. After all, the best way to find cracks in your system is to have an unaffiliated party point them out for you.

Is Surface To Blame For HP Dropping Windows RT Tablet?

Hewlett-Packard (HP) is scrapping plans to create ARM-based tablets running a Windows 8 variant known as Windows RT and will instead focus on Intel-based Windows 8 tables scheduled to come out this fall.

Rumors Say Facebook Planning To Launch 'Want' Button

One developer claims to have uncovered evidence in Facebook's code showing that the popular social networking website could be considering adding a "Want" button.

Melrose Jewelers is a well recognized name in the US as an online retailer of authentic Rolex Watches.

Regenerative medicine is now being used for treatment of Avascular Necrosis, according to A. J.

Mafiawars2.org, the leading online resource for the popular Facebook game Mafia Wars 2, is delighted to reveal a host of new tips and tricks for budding gangsters eager to dominate the Mafia world

Project Management Template review released on Myexceltemplates.com: take control of productivity by reading an in-depth and current review of one of the most popular templates on the market.

DVDVideoSoft is launching a new version of Free Studio 5.6.2 with updated features in YouTube downloading software which can download new types of music collections – YouTube Top 100, Billboard

Georgia SoftWorks, maker of the GSW Telnet Server for Windows,is moving toward client certification on MobileDemand's

Access Receivables, a Maryland based national collection firm, has announced the expansion of its Access Education Services Division with the hiring of Ann McGough who has joined the firm as Regional

Word of the Day
call-note
  • The call or cry of a bird or other animal to its mate or its young.
'Call-note' is newer than 'bird-call,' which originally referred to 'an instrument for imitating the note of birds' but now also refers to 'the song or cry of a bird.'
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