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2008-10-06 03:00:11

By Anonymous Make your shiny work for you ARE YOU IN THE CUBE? Managing editor-news Andrea Maria Cecil funnels her gadget obsession into her Business Journal blog, the gadget cube. Learn how your "shinies" can make you more productive and efficient on the job. Here are some excerpts: Ladies and gentlemen, I present to you 3G in the County of York, Pennsylvania. After nearly 2.5 years of promises from AT&T employees at the York Galleria and West Manchester Mall saying 3G was...

2008-07-28 09:00:48

NEW YORK, July 28 /PRNewswire/ -- Panther Express, (http://www.pantherexpress.net/) a leading global provider of high-performance content delivery services, today announced they have been selected as the content delivery network (CDN) for I4U News, http://www.i4u.com/, one of the top online Tech and Gadget Lifestyle magazines in the US and UK. The site attracts an affluent audience of tech and gadget enthusiasts and consumers, and provides in-depth coverage of the latest Hot Gadgets,...

2008-05-08 13:35:00

Professor Jonathan Zittrain says the rising popularity of marketable gadgets like the iPhone, Blackberry and Xbox could potentially stifle creativity and technological innovation.The professor of Internet governance and regulation at the Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University, refers to the devices as "sterile" boxes that turn consumers into passive users of technology, rather than being engaged in the sort of technological tinkering that leads to new discovery.He fears that...

2008-01-17 11:20:00

Today, everyone thinks about getting new toys, but not many people think about getting rid of the old ones. What's left are storage areas chocked full of old cell phones, defunct laser printers and Pentium III computers gathering dust.There are several companies who want to help clear out those old gadgets, while at the same time feeding our upgrade habits, helping the environment and getting themselves some green.According to AP, instead of being hit up for an extended warranty next...

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