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Firefighters pull body from irrigation canal

SOUTH OF McALLEN — Firefighters pulled a body from Irrigation District 2’s main canal early Sunday morning, ending the unprecedented search for 18-year-old Andres Frias, who drowned Aug. 2 while swimming. The last-ditch effort to find Frias began Friday afternoon, when workers built two earthen dams inside Hidalgo County Irrigation District 2’s main canal. The […]

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REALLY FRESH TECH CONTENT (OUR VERY LATEST STUFF)…

We heard about Samsung’s flexible AMOLED technology a couple of months ago now, called “Youm”. but it seems that new reports from Korean website DDaily are suggesting the production of these panels could be any day now. Samsung were rumored late last year to have these flexible AMOLED displays in mass production by Q2 2012. […]

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Enterprise Collaboration App Earns Google’s Spotlight

How do you get your Google+ app featured at Google’s blockbuster I/O conference? According to Bjorn Haugland, the CEO of Symphonical, you just invite product manager Amit Fulay to join you in a Hangouts video chat and show him your stuff. Symphonical makes it possible for multiple users to co-create content in Hangouts and continue […]

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Monitors Turn Back From Besieged Syrian Enclave

June 12, 2012 1:03 pm by RICK GLADSTONE, NICK CUMMING-BRUCE and J. DAVID GOODMAN / The New York Times United Nations monitors seeking to enter a besieged rebel enclave in northwest Syria deemed it too unsafe to enter on Tuesday and turned back, raising new fears among activists that civilians trapped inside were vulnerable to a mass […]

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Forget Retina, look how much the new MacBook Pro displays!

Yes, the MacBook Pro’s Retina display does deliver the clarity we’ve seen from Retina on theiPhone and theiPad. but what’s really impressed me is how much more the new screen can actually show on a single display. even if going big means less than “full Retina” quality, it’s still a great benefit. My new MacBook Pro […]

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LinkedIn and Twitter for BlackBerry app coming soon

LinkedIn and Twitter for BlackBerry coming soon RIM has said “Get ready” because “two Popular Business Apps are almost here!”. they are speaking about Twitter for BlackBerry and also LinkedIn for BlackBerry. no word on when these will be officially dropping into the App World but it’s being communicated on the BlackBerry newsletter. We’ve mentioned […]

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Five surefire ways to reduce computer eyestrain

Eye on e-reader displays: straining for an answer. (Credit:webfreebies4u.com) If you spend hours a day in front of a computer screen (like me), and have experienced anything along the lines of: eyes burning, neck aching, vision blurring, or head throbbing, you might have a common problem known as eyestrain. In medical terms it’s called Computer […]

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DOTmed.com – Medweb to Showcase Field Telemedicine Clinic at ATA 2012

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – At the annual meeting of the American Telemedicine Association being held April 29 to may 1 in San Jose, California, Medweb is showcasing the Medweb/HP Telemedicine Clinic-a solution that can be implemented anywhere regardless of harsh terrain. Powered by solar and ad-hoc microcell networks, HP servers and monitors will process and […]

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Got yourself a slow PC?

Is your computer slowing you down from getting things done? Does it take forever to reboot? Do you find yourself waiting for your letters to show up on the computer monitor when you are typing? could it be that a computer is actually slower than you? Magix PC Check & Tuning 2012 offers all the […]

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Sony to produce OLED TVs: report

Sony is in talks with Taiwan-based AU Optronics to produce a next-generation OLED TV, Reuters reports. The Sony XEL-1 OLED TV, 2009. AU Optronics (AUO) is one of the largest liquid-crystal display manufacturers in the world, producing LCD panels for technology companies including Samsung, LG, Dell, and Apple. it makes both large and small displays […]

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