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Fujitsu Unveils Laptop Especially Designed for Women

Written on October 26, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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The ‘Floral Kiss’ Ultrabook features a floral design and several custom-made apps for women

Electronics giant, Fujitsu has recently launched a new computer especially made for women. The “Floral Kiss” Ultrabook was developed with the help of the company’s female employees. It aims to bring glam to computers.

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Concrete Stand Serves As a Laptop Cooling Pad

Written on September 11, 2012 by Lulu

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"Foundation" concrete laptop stand keeps laptop from overheating

Canada-based designer, Greg Papove, has created a unique gadget that is made of concrete and serves as a laptop stand and cooling pad. The “Foundation” laptop stand is made of unfinished concrete slab.

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Panasonic’s Steam Mask, Relieves Eye Strain

Written on July 07, 2012 by Avlya Jaie

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The Este ES-SW50 steam mask makes use of steam to relieve eye fatigue cause by prolonged computer use

Around the world, people rely on computers to do their daily tasks. People can’t help but to stare at their computer monitors the whole day and experience eye fatigue.

Dry and weary eyes used to be relieved by just applying eye drops. Thanks to Panasonic, they have designed a product that rejuvenates tired eyes. The Este ES-SW50 is a portable eye mask that makes use of steam to refresh the eyes, relieving the user of eye strain.

The Este is powered by rechargeable batteries, that can only run up to 12 minutes on a single charge. Panasonic is set to launch this product in Japan this September. However it is still unclear if this device will be launched internationally.

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The Ten Basic Tips to Keep your Computer Virus-Free

Written on August 25, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Here are the ten key steps to computer safety.

It is quite surprising that there are still a lot of people out there who does not take computer security seriously. What they didn’t know is that such viruses coming from online applications and unknown files might attack their precious PC documents, and might even leave their computer hardware damaged.

Keeping your PC virus-free is a matter that should not be ignored. With numerous online threats hovering around every corner to date, there is a big need for you to follow these ten basic steps in protecting your computer.

Learn how to keep your PC virus-free by taking a leap.

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10 Easy Steps to Protect your Computer from Being Hacked

Written on July 20, 2011 by Avlya Jaie

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Defend your computer from all forms of cyber attacks through following these basic tips and precautions.

Since computers have been the best platform for doing a lot of things – from school matters to professional tasks – it is quite important for you to protect your files and accounts from different online threats such as Keyloggers, Hackers, and Cyber Terrorists.

To date, the level of cyber crimes has been constantly increasing, resulting to a big problem for your defenseless computer systems. If you are not aware of how to defend your computer, then perhaps hackers might easily break into your system without getting your attention. Follow the steps posted after the cut to make sure your computer is safe from Cybergangs.

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World’s Last Typewriter Factory Shuts Down

Written on April 26, 2011 by Kristoff Jones

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Long live the Typewriter!

If you have a typewriter at your home or your mom or dad’s home, take a good look at it, because it may be the only one you’d be able to see. Godrej and Boyce, a small plant located in Mumbai and the very last typewriter factory in the world, has closed down due to the inevitable obvious: Computers.

People saw it coming. Ever since early 2000s, the demand for typewriters have been on a decline — thanks to personal computers. Though several typewriter factories relatively did well despite the rise of the digital age, in 2009, the industry came to a point where they are no longer needed.

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