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Microsoft’s Explanation that Windows 7 “Ate” 9 Met with Criticism

October 6, 2014 12:00 pmComments Off on Microsoft’s Explanation that Windows 7 “Ate” 9 Met with Criticism
Microsoft’s Explanation that Windows 7 “Ate” 9 Met with Criticism
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Google Opens First Physical Store in Stanford Shopping Center

January 21, 2014 9:00 amComments Off on Google Opens First Physical Store in Stanford Shopping Center
Google Opens First Physical Store in Stanford Shopping Center

In an effort to alleviate the strain on its servers and expand its footprint, tech giant Google announced the grand opening of its first physical storefront in the Stanford Shopping Center last Tuesday. “We think we can provide physical analogues of our most searched-for services, giving people the freedom to […]

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GPS Technology Tracks Down Carmen San Diego

April 12, 2010 5:45 pm0 comments
GPS Technology Tracks Down Carmen San Diego
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TECH UPDATE: Bill Gates In Need Of Disk Cleanup, Defragmentation

February 23, 2010 12:26 pm0 comments
TECH UPDATE: Bill Gates In Need Of Disk Cleanup, Defragmentation

Anybody who has attempted to interact with the Microsoft mogul over the past few weeks has the same thing to say: Gates just isn’t himself lately. Reports have surfaced that the world’s richest man takes a solid thirty seconds to answer even the simplest questions such as “Is it raining?” […]

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God Hates Faqs Protest Against Computer Illiteracy

February 1, 2010 3:34 pm0 comments
God Hates Faqs Protest Against Computer Illiteracy
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RCC Recommends That You Google It

March 1, 2009 10:48 pm0 comments
RCC Recommends That You Google It
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Google StreetView Catches Student Breaking The Honor Code

January 11, 2009 2:26 pm0 comments
Google StreetView Catches Student Breaking The Honor Code

By Rory Sampson STANFORD, CA—With new technology comes new consequences, as junior student Allie Speigel found out the hard way. Google’s new StreetView technology, which allows users to see images at street level, caught the junior Speigel violating the Stanford Honor Code. The close up pictures and the zoom feature […]

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