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Head of Windows Phone division shifted to prepare for Windows 8

Andy Lees, president of the Windows mobile division at Microsoft since March 2008, is being shifted to part of the Windows 8 division. Lees’s role is still unspecified but the shift came from CEO Steve Balmar’s strategic shuffling of executives. Terry Myerson, …

Intel slashes sales forecast on hard drive shortage

Today, Monday, Intel announced it expects to miss its sales forecast for  for the current quarter due to hard driver shortage caused by the floods in Thailand. Expected results are now said to come between  $13.4 billion and $14 billion for fourth-quarter …

Amazon Kindle Fire update coming

An estimated 2 million units sold, and some disgruntled buyers have already shipped their tablets back, will be getting an update soon. Complaints about accessing Wi-Fi and Internet, slow and erratic scrolling, and inefficient apps, the Kindle Fire has still been …

NASA loses hundreds of its Moon rocks, new report says

Over 500 of NASA’s Moon rocks collected by the Apollo astronauts appear to be lost or misplaced. In a recent audit released Thursday, NASA’s Office of Inspector General said it “lacks sufficient controls over its loans of moon rocks and other astromaterials, which …

Super Talent enters the Pro/Enthusiast SSD market

Super Talent Teranova Super Talent Technology, a leading manufacturer of NAND Flash storage solutions, today announces their fastest 2.5” SSD to date, the SATA3 TeraNova. Targeted at the Pro/Enthusiast seeking extreme performance, the TeraNova is the fastest 2.5” SSD that …

Kingmax releases multi-function USB Thumbdrive

Kingmax UI-03 What is the one thing that all Thumbdrives have in common? Single use functionality. Right? Well, today Kingmax hopes to change that. They have released a Thumbdrive that can also be used as a paperclip. That’s right, a …

Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim named most played game of 2011 by Raptr

The firm behind game-tracking application, Raptr, covers 10 million plus users on console and PC. Skyrim was the most played RPG title of 2011. While Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 3 was the most played First Person Shooter, the two …

The Sith Inquisition Join ipKonfig, Jedi Running Scared!

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Slow (Snail) Internet speed? There is hope with SharedBand technology

Have you ever wanted to get more speed out of your internet but your current provider doesn’t offer enough through your line? Well surprisingly there is hope with a service called SharedBand. For the past decade internet growth has been …