Monthly Archives: May 2012

Sotheby’s to Auction Rare Working Apple-1 Computer and Handwritten Steve Jobs Memo

If your lifelong dream has always been to own a piece of Apple history then get your life savings in order because your chance is closer than you might think. Sotheby’s is planning on putting a piece of Apple, and computer, history up for sale next month, which includes one of only six working Apple-1 […]

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Dell Announces Its First Business Ultrabook with the Latitude 6430u

The target audience for ultrabooks is definitely consumers, without a doubt. The sleek, portable laptops are designed to be taken virtually anywhere and were also conceived as a way to combat Apple’s MacBook lineup. Despite the shortcomings of ultrabooks, many tech analysts have wondered where the business professional ultrabook has been, which is a question […]

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Verizon Takes Away Unlimited Data, Unless You Never Upgrade

The battle between Verizon and its customers over unlimited data continues. First the company announced that it would be switching to a tiered data plan system, though people that already had unlimited data plans could keep them through a grandfathered program. However, Verizon recently announced that it was taking away unlimited plans entirely. Their tune […]

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Micron Planning DDR4 RAM for Late 2012

Micron Technologies Incorporated has just announced the development of its first fully functional DDR4 DRAM module. Not only has Micron officially announced it, but the company has also started sampling the product and has already received feedback from major customers to support quick implementation for applications in 2013. The new features and specifications that have […]

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