The green laser that can erase printer ink

The green laser that can erase printer ink

The green laser that can erase printer ink | Digg Technology. The recycling industry’s goal is to make the world a greener place, but the actual process comes at a price — namely in gas and carbon dioxide emissions. But a promising new technology from the University of Cambridge aims to cut down on excessive […]

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iPhone 4S Superguide | Macworld

iPhone 4S Superguide | Macworld. Great guide for learning the basic and advanced features of the iOS.

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Toshiba to launch camera SD cards with Wi-Fi file sharing in U.S. this summer | Macworld

The company began selling its FlashAir line of wireless cards in Japan earlier this month, and has launched a campaign across Tokyo to promote its file-sharing features. The product currently comes in an 8GB version that costs about ¥>6000 (US$72) at Japanese retailers. A similar memory card without the wireless functionality currently costs around ¥1000. […]

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Adobe Photoshop CS6 Available for Free Public Beta – Mac Rumors

Adobe has launched a free public beta for their new Photoshop CS6 Beta. As detailed in the press release, the commercial release will follow in the first half of this year for both Mac and Windows. Final pricing has not been announced. via Adobe Photoshop CS6 Available for Free Public Beta – Mac Rumors.

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LaCie 2big Thunderbolt series external HDD review — Engadget

Weve already seen what Thunderbolts capable of when its used in conjunction with a couple of high performance SSDs, but not everyone needs NAND to meet their external storage requirements. What many do deem essential, however, is a ton of room for system backups and multimedia, and Thunderbolts ability to transfer bits and bytes in […]

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New iPad already five percent of iPad web traffic | TUAW – The Unofficial Apple Weblog

According to mobile ad network Chitika, Apples new iPad, which has already sold millions of units despite being available for less than a week, is already blowing up in network usage. The latest numbers from the ad network say that more than five percent of the total iPad traffic is from just the new iPad. […]

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14-inch Samsung Series 5 Ultrabook review (NP530U4B-A01U) — Engadget

In a nutshell, that’s the value proposition behind the 14-inch Series 5, which costs $949 and comes bearing a Core i5 processor, 500GB hybrid hard drive and, of course, a DVD burner. But do the benefits of a bigger Ultrabook outweigh the annoyances? And how does it compare to regular 14-inch laptops that aren’t classified […]

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VMware’s WSX promises to bring virtualized desktops to the web browser with HTML5 — Engadget

t’s not quite ready for widespread use just yet, but it looks like we could soon have yet another way to virtualize one computer desktop on another device. Tentatively dubbed WSX, VMware’s latest option relies on HTML5 to do away with plug-ins or dedicated applications altogether (a “lightweight Web server” acts as an intermediary), which […]

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Apple Configurator makes quick work of iOS deployments | Macworld

Almost unnoticed in announcing the new iPad, Apple also released on March 7 a new Mac app designed to streamline setting up and configuring iOS devices. It’s a powerful tool for small organizations or small iPhone and iPad deployments, according to one network manager who’s worked extensively with the new software. The app, from the […]

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Studio Network Solutions – Evo: Fibre Channel, iSCSI and NAS Shared Storage All in one box!

Evo version 3.0 – Now Available Evo™ is a complete, shared storage solution for video and audio workgroups. Evo enables everyone on your team to share projects, media and other large files using the most extensive connectivity options available in a single product – including up to 8 Gb/s Fibre Channel and up to 10 […]

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