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Reviews, advice, tips, tricks, and news related to the digital world! - Your Personal Computing Resource January 13, 2014 Google Buys Nest Your house may soon get a lot smarter. Today, Google announced it is acquiring Nest, a company that makes "smart" thermostats. - Your Personal Computing Resource

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Y Combinator In 2005, Y Combinator developed a new model of startup funding. Twice a year we invest a small amount of money ($14-20k + an $80k note) in a large number of startups (most recently 68). The startups move to Silicon Valley for 3 months, during which we work intensively with them to get the company into the best possible shape and refine their pitch to investors. Each cycle culminates in Demo Day, when the startups present their business plans to a carefully selected, invite-only audience. But YC doesn't end on Demo Day.
Home | Home | CBS asks for more money from a declining Time-Warner Cable, while customers can get it nearly free online or via an antenna. Before Google Glass' latest patch, a picture could have been worth a thousand hacks. It might be the technology of the future — but not of the present, judging by the simplistic and surprisingly expensive items offered so far. Bigger isn't always better.
Should I Remove It? "Fret no more as Should I Remove It? will help you identify what is worthwhile to keep and what needs to be trashed." Featured download of the day "a helpful tool when you decide whether you're going to keep a program." Kim Komando "This program manages to do a good job of making sure that your computer is free from bloatware and programs that you don't need."

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MAKE Videos MAKE Videos Meditation strikes a special chord with me as a maker because it is said to foster creativity, intuition, imagination, and fantasy. I can't think of traits better suited to making. I've tried meditation in the past, but it didn't seem to stick. When I saw that NeuroSky's Mindwave headsets had dropped to $100, I couldn't resist trying meditation again, this time with feedback. These headsets measure electrical signals from your brain and determine two main metrics: attention and meditation. The charts and graphs in the headset's app worked well enough for measuring attention, but the very nature of meditation is that you can't focus on charts and graphs while doing it.
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If you've watched our video from today, you've caught a glimpse of the saga that was our attempt to buy and then subsequently sell a Bitcoin at SXSW. In retrospect, it wasn't a very bright idea. But we were curious, not only of the prospect of using cyptocurrency as a fungible good for making purchases, but also of the promised ability to turn Bitcoin into real cash dollars. Both of those goals were theoretically possible in that week in Austin, which had hosted a recent Texas Bitcoin Conference--spurring several local businesses (read: food trucks) to start accepting Bitcoin as a novel marketing tactic. Austin was also home to one of the first Bitcoin ATM operators in the nation, with no fewer than three places in the city to make automated in-person transactions.

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PC Review - Startup Files - The online resource for process information! - The online resource for process information!

Welcome to, winner of PCMAG’s Top 100 Classic Websites in the Tech: Download and DIY categories. ProcessLibrary is a free resource by Uniblue Systems Ltd. that provides information about processes and DLLs running or found on Windows PCs. It features an extensive and regularly updated database with over 195,000 entries and counting. To find more information about a computer process, you can use the Search facility found on the Homepage and on the right-hand menu or use the Process Directory to browse through our extensive listings. We are committed to being a reliable source of knowledge and expertise that will contribute to a safer, more enjoyable computing experience. Tutorials and guides on how to do various things with your computer
Last database update :- 28th March, 2014 38961 items listed Concerned about why your Windows 7/Vista/XP PC takes so long to boot when you switch it on? One of the main reasons is due to the number of programs that run at system startup - and this is the place for you to identify and disable them. Windows startup programs. What are they? Are they required? How can I disable them?

Windows startup programs. What are they? Are they required? How can I disable them? Unfortunately, due to a change in my circumstances, the startup programs database here at will no longer be updated and the off-line downloads are no longer available. The version at Pacman's Portal will, however, continue to be updated and it's recommended that you refer to that site for more up to date information. The reason for this change in policy cannot be disclosed at this time but I hope you have enjoyed using the database here and thank you for your support and kind comments over the years. Paul Collins

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Gibson Research Corporation Home Page Quickly determine which state-of-the-art security features are being offered by your system's processor chip. Recent AMD and Intel processors contain three features which can be extremely beneficial to the system's overall security. SecurAble probes the system's processor to determine the presence, absence and operational status of each of these three modern processor features. Click to jump to SecurAble's information and download page.
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