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Sunday, June 27, 2010

Beating Off System Hassles With Computer Troubleshooting By John Willey II

In a normal working life one is always expected to utilise his computer, while in an extreme working life, one cannot assure a worthy move without his computer processing at a rocketing speed. This is not fictitious as many corporates get so heavy systems enabled in their premises that their network give tough competetion to their rivals.
However, when one gets connected to web, besides a lot of advantages his system gets prone to numrous viruses which can record its win over the whole working system, throwing an individual into a deep trouble.
A lot of corporates are feeling the pressure of computer problems as a lot of loss is suffered by these entities when their system fails to execute a task. No wonder, a huge IT team works with them.
But, at an individual level, its not possible to keep an IT expert on toes to help when the deadly virus strikes a PC.
Therefore, the option of computer troubleshooting available online is heavily relied upon.
As per the functioning process, these web portals help the individuals in throwing away the troubles related to computers which comes in the form of some latest virus, for which the cure is not easily available over the web.
Further, these hassles often comes in the form of hanging up of a system at the point of time when the speed is needed at a higher extent.
Computer troubleshooting often is available as packages, which an individual can avail through a lot of web portals working for offering the same facility only.
Here, one can subscribe for the package a lower cost and can avail the facilities like 'one year anti-virus', computer and laptop repair for a particular point of time, availability of technicians for telecom assistance and the added attraction here is that a lot of service providers even send the technicians for home service also.
Hence, one can easily say that as the trouble related to systems is increasing, the process of computer troubleshooting is also boosting up in the market and is finding customers from all over the world.
John Willey is A Tech Support Expert currently working in The Support Online a computer tech support company provides online technical support, computer network troubleshooting, computer maintenance services, computer troubleshooting, computer network maintenance services having a team of Microsoft certified technicians.
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Saturday, June 26, 2010

Apple iPhone 4

by Mark Spoonauer on June 25, 2010

This time it’s personal. No, we’re not referring to the increasingly testy rivalry between Apple and Google’s multiplying Android army. We’re talking about how much more personal a communicator the iPhone 4 is relative to its predecessor. For the first time ever you can have face-to-face video chats (though for now only with other iPhone 4 owners), and Apple has so vastly improved the camera on its handheld that you'll think twice about using that pocket-size digicam or camcorder to record precious memories. Even the relationship between you and your content—whether it’s the stuff you record, apps, websites, or iTunes videos—feels more personal, thanks to the ultra-sharp Retina display on this device.

When you consider that the iPhone 4 is also the thinnest smart phone on the market and it offers a considerably beefier battery than the iPhone 3GS, it’s hard to find fault with this sequel. Or is it? Monster-size competitors like the Evo 4G and Droid X are breathing down Apple’s neck, and one can’t ignore AT&T’s overtaxed network. Despite some flaws, the iPhone 4 does enough to stay slightly ahead of the superphone pack.


Not only is the iPhone 4 a vast departure from the 3GS’ bulbous plastic backside, it’s also the antithesis of the big Android slabs that have suddenly become all the rage. In fact, the two-tone black-and-silver design looks like a very slim and elegant pocket camera. And we mean slim. At 0.37 inches, no other smart phone on the market has a sleeker profile. The iPhone 4 is also thinner and narrower than the 3GS, though both devices weigh the same 4.8 ounces.

While devices like the HTC Evo 4G and Motorola Droid X have sturdy and functional industrial designs, we wouldn’t call them sexy. The iPhone 4, by contrast, screams luxury; between the chemically hardened glass and little touches like how the light reflects off the ridges of the stainless steel band, this device looks and feels more expensive than its price tag intimates.

This silver band, which Apple claims is forged to be five time stronger than standard steel, wraps around the whole phone. On top you’ll find the power button, 3.5mm headphone jack, and one of two microphones (used for FaceTime calls and suppressing noise). The second mic (for voice calls, memos, and voice commands) is on the bottom along with the speaker and dock connector. A ringer switch and two circular volume controls line the left side, and the hole to access the micro-SIM Card is on the right. The black chassis (white coming soon) has a glossy but classy look and houses the 5-megapixel camera and LED flash.

Too bad Apple didn’t see fit to include a dedicated camera button for launching the app and taking photos. You can’t even program a shortcut for double tapping the Home button, as that’s now reserved for multitasking/switching apps. You also won’t find an HDMI port, which would make it much easier to share the HD footage you record with the iPhone 4’s camera on a big-screen TV. (Here’s hoping Apple or someone else launches an HDMI dock.)

Retina Display

While other smart phone makers are touting larger displays that display more information at once or Super AMOLED technology that’s tailor-made for outdoor readability, Apple went a different direction with the iPhone 4. Its Retina display (so named because the company claims that consumers can’t distinguish individual pixels) emphasizes clarity and pixels per inch. In fact, this handset’s 960 x 640-pixel, 326 dpi screen doubles that of the iPhone 3GS. While the Droid X’s display is nearly an inch larger (4.3 inches), it has a lower resolution of 854 x 480 pixels.

The end result is that text reads as if you were out of a magazine, an effect enhanced by the fact that everything from photos to webpages appear as if they’re painted on top of the display. IPS technology (found on the iPad) delivers superb viewing angles, putting the 3GS and most other smart phones to shame.

Now, the effect isn’t exactly mind-blowing, but we could definitely notice the difference when we had the same New York Times page and weather widget displayed on the iPhone 4 and its predecessor. Text was much sharper, and we could make out more detail in the two same Flickr photos of the Eiffel Tower.

App developers have already started to write or re-write applications for the iPhone 4’s Retina display, including Twitter and EA Sports’ NCAA Football (even the logos seem to jump off the screen). Having said all that, there are some benefits to a larger-screen device. For example, we were able to make out more text on The New York Times homepage on the 4.3-inch Evo 4G without needing to zoom in, and watching movies and TV shows is a more immersive experience (despite the narrower viewing angles). 

Apple’s latest smart phone raises the bar for displays, camera quality, and two-way video chat in a remarkably slim and sexy design. (

Thursday, June 24, 2010

Increasing New Hire Satisfaction With Electronic Onboarding By Matthew J Sims

Let's flash back a mere twelve months ago. My company was conducting new hire orientations, similar to what I suspect most organizations do. The new hire would sit in the HR conference room for about 3-4 hours reviewing policies, manually completing forms, realizing they didn't bring the proper identification required for the I-9 form, calling home to get the bank account information for their direct deposit form and so on. Seldom did the new hires show up with everything they needed to "hit the ground running", and they seldom knew what to expect on their first day. Comments made on new hire surveys reflected a broken process and a general dissatisfaction with our onboarding process. To make matters worse, managers rarely made sure all the proper IT requests were submitted and rarely had the new hire's workspace cleaned, prepared and ready for use. Not a great first impression, is it?
An organizational decision was made to improve the process globally, and it was my task to find the solution. After about of month of research and vendor presentations, we finally decided to pursue an electronic onboarding solution. The goal: improve the new hire onboarding experience, while significantly reducing non-value added orientation activities. As I write this today...mission accomplished!
We have successfully reduced non-value added orientation time by 95%. New hires no longer spend 3-4 hours in the HR conference room, they spend about 30 minutes (a human touch is still required). A local portal for each of our global facilities is housed on the onboarding solution which allows the new hire to walk in knowing just about everything they need to about their new workplace (i.e. cafeteria services, lobby hours, local dining information, HR contact information, detailed benefits information, etc). Since the solution is web-based, the new hire has the ability to review the information from the comfort of their own home. If they fall behind a bit behind on some of the required tasks, the system sends them a friendly reminder that the task due date is approaching. Hiring managers and HR also receive reminders if they fall behind on their assigned tasks.
Additionally, we have been able to eliminate 95% of the paper forms we used to give new hires when they walked in the door. The forms are now available to the new hire electronically, which not only saves some trees, it also gives the new hire an opportunity to review the required information needed to complete some of the forms (i.e. bank account information for the direct deposit form). Our U.S. locations are no longer required to fax new hire information to our payroll entry person, since she is now able to retrieve the information via the system.
Our electronic onboarding system is also utilized for post hire activities. Required e-learning, online pay statement information, a new hire survey and a quality-of-hire questionnaire are all initiated and tracked automatically within the first 120 days of employment. Since we completely manage the content, we are able to enhance the process "on the fly". We also have future plans to utilize the system for offboarding/the exit process. New hire reactions to the system have been positive. We've seen a significant increase in our new hire survey scores, and have been told by several new hires how helpful the system was in getting them prepared for their new position.
If your organization is struggling with implementing an effective onboarding strategy, I highly recommend that you explore an electronic onboarding solution. The product license is probably cheaper than you think, and the implementation process can be relatively simple. Once implemented, I guarantee you will be thinking, "Why didn't I do this sooner?"
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Italy's World Cup goes home after 3-2 loss to Slovakia

Soccer Extreme :Defending champion Italy was eliminated Thursday from the World Cup with a humbling 3-2 loss to Slovakia, which advanced.

Slovakia finished second in Group F to Paraguay. The Italians were last, the first time they’ve ever finished at the bottom of an opening-round group.

For the third consecutive game, the Azzurri allowed an early goal and this time they never recovered.

Robert Vittek put Slovakia ahead in the 25th minute, taking advantage of an errant pass from midfielder Daniele De Rossi. Vittek doubled the lead from close range in the 73rd following a corner kick

Antonio Di Natale scored for Italy in the 81st, but Kamil Kopunek ended Italy’s chances eight minutes later, even though Fabio Quagliarella scored in injury time for the four-time champions.

It was Italy’s first loss at the World Cup since allowing a golden goal to South Korea in the second round in 2002. And it marked the end of an era for Italy captain Fabio Cannavaro and Gennaro Gattuso, who already announced their retirement from the national team after the tournament. Coach Marcello Lippi is also moving on, with Cesare Prandelli already chosen as his successor.

“We were a disappointment and everyone saw it,” regular goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon said. “The difference between 2006 and 2010 is that there are no longer enough players like (Francesco) Totti and Alessandro (Del Piero). He (Prandelli) will have to start a new cycle and I hope he’s got his ideas in order, because the current situation of Italian football isn’t great.”

Italy’s squad featured nine players 30 or over and Prandelli will be charged with a major overhaul. Italy hasn’t won since beating Sweden 1-0 in a friendly in November, drawing five times and losing twice.

Never have the previous World Cup finalists both failed to advance in the next tournament when both qualified. France, which lost to Italy on penalty kicks for the 2006 title, went out earlier this week in Group A.

Slovakia plays Monday in Durban against the winner of Group E. Many of the Slovak players were in tears at the end of the match, and the reserves gathered in a circle, jumping up and down in celebration. It is the first World Cup for Slovakia as an independent nation.

Slovakia finished with a win, a draw and a loss for four points. Italy had two draws and Thursday’s bitter defeat.

Italy also allowed early goals in its 1-1 draws with Paraguay and New Zealand and the Azzurri attack struggled in all three games—save for the final 10 minutes against Slovakia, when the Italians got desperate.

Vittek’s opening goal came on a low shot just beyond the reach of goalkeeper Federico Marchetti, who again replaced the injured Buffon. He then went around Giorgio Chiellini from close range following a corner kick for his second goal.

Di Natale slid in a rebound from Quagliarella’s shot and, with four forwards on, Quagliarella nearly equalized in the 85th, but was ruled offside by the smallest of margins.

Slovakia restored its two-goal lead in the 89th when substitute Kopunek lifted a bouncing ball over Marchetti.

Quagliarella finally found the target in the second minute of added time with a delicate lob.

Still, for 80 minutes Italy’s forwards were unable to find the net, and no forward scored in open play during the Azzurri’s opening two matches.

Midfielder Andrea Pirlo came on in the 56th minute for his first action since injuring his left calf in a friendly against Mexico three weeks ago. The crafty playmaker gave Italy’s sagging attack a much-needed boost, but it was not enough.

The early exit left the soccer-crazed nation in shock and anger.

The online editions of Corriere della Sera, the country’s largest newspaper, said “Azzurri, Farewell to the World Cup.” Repubblica wrote that “it’s worse than with Korea,” recalling the shocking exit at the hands of North Korea in 1966.

Fans who gathered in a Rome park to watch the match on giant screens began leaving as Slovakia’s goals piled up. (yahoo)

Sunday, June 20, 2010

HP Compaq 6730b Review

Convenience and versatility are among the best reasons to look for a laptop computer. Today’s best units can essentially replace the standard desktop computer for most needs yet are truly portable. The HP Compaq 6730b is among the best small laptops available and while it can certainly be used by students and home users, it has a decided bent towards business use.
Standout Features
• 2.40 GHz Intel Core 2 Duo processor
• 2 GB RAM expandable to 8 GB
• 15.4 WXGA BrightView display
• LightScribe disc labeling
On the go professionals will find the HP Compaq 6730b to be an indispensible tool for many reasons but most notably for its many connectivity options. Wherever travels may take you, at least one of them can keep you in touch just as though you were in the home office. Security features built in to this computer are also major selling points for this excellent series of computers.
The 15.4-inch screen, diagonally measured, offers ample size for long periods of usage without undue eye fatigue. The anti-glare finish that is incorporated into the display makes it very usable under varying lighting conditions and, for the most part, eliminates the glare that is common to most laptop computers under bright lights.
There’s an Intel Core 2 Duo P8600 processor at the heart of the computer running at 2.40 GHz clock speed with a 3MB L2 cache and 1066 MHz front side bus speed. While that’s likely adequate for most business users, there are four upgrades available up to an Intel Core 2 Duo T9600 running at 2.80 GHz, a 6 MB L2 cache and the same 1066 MHz front side bus speed. Though most users will be best served by maximizing processor speed, there are also a couple of downgrades available that still offer pretty snappy performance for most needs while saving some money.
Going hand in hand with the processor to define the computer’s performance is the memory. The 6730b comes standard with 2 GB of DDR2 RAM which is upgradeable to 8 MB. A 320 GB hard drive is included in the package price. That can be increased to 500 GB for a reasonable price or reduced to 160 GB for those who prefer to economize a bit.
We mentioned earlier that connectivity is among the HP Compaq 6730b’s strong points. Here are some details. The computer comes ready for wireless networking with built in Wi-Fi supporting the 802.11a/b/g and draft-n standards. Additionally, wireless broadband can be included from AT&T, Sprint or Verizon Wireless. This is, of course, and option and the preferred carrier must be specified at the time of ordering. Use of this service requires activation of wireless broadband service from the selected carrier. For additional information about the carriers, take a look at our side-by-side comparison of Mobile Broadband services. Recognizing that wireless internet connections aren’t always available, this computer is outfitted with a 56K dial-up modem for yet another means of staying in touch.
Sensitive business information can be protected by a couple of options for relatively low cost. A fingerprint reader can be added to the device as can a smart card reader.
The HP Compaq 6730b comes equipped with a CD/DVD reader/burner including LightScribe disc labeling which allows you to burn labels onto the created discs. A second 250 GB hard drive can be substituted for the CD/DVD drive. Also optional is an integrated VGA webcam.
Connectivity to Bluetooth wireless devices is available with the HP Compaq 6730b but there’s a rather odd relationship between this option and the available warranty. If you want Bluetooth, you have to opt for the three year warranty. Without Bluetooth, only the one year warranty is available. We fail to see the connection but suspect that marketing has more to do with it than technical necessity.
Up to about six hours of battery life can be expected from the 6-cell, 55WHr battery but that depends in great measure what’s being done with the computer. As always, using features like Bluetooth and wireless broadband will quickly reduce the time that you can operate without plugging into an AC outlet.
Microsoft Windows 7 Professional is the standard operating system for this computer. For those who prefer, it can be downgraded to Windows XP or Windows Vista, though we can’t quite imagine why anyone would want to do that, especially regarding Vista.
The HP Compaq 6730b is a genuine workhorse for mobile professionals and other road warriors. It strikes a nice balance between performance and size as well as affordability. The base computer is a strong performer but upgrades can add to the price quickly. HP’s website does a nice job of instantly calculating the effect that various options have on the end price to help avoid any unpleasant sticker shock.

Dell Inspiron 14 Review

The Dell Inspiron 14 laptop computer is one of Dell’s many fine entries in this category. It represents an exceptional balance of the most needed laptop features with reasonable cost. Our review is based on what we believe to be an optimal configuration for a wide array of consumers but just about everything on this computer can be customized to the individual user’s needs and desires. Some of those choices add to the cost while others will actually reduce the final unit cost. We appreciate the Build It Your Way feature of Dell’s web site precisely because it makes customization simple and lets the consumer know exactly what effect any given choice has on the purchase price.
Standout Features
• Intel Core 2 Duo T6600 processor
• 14-inch High Definition Widescreen display
• 4GB RAM memory
• Windows 7 64 bit OS
The Dell Inspiron 14 is one of the most versatile and practical laptops available. Its 14-inch widescreen display is large enough to avoid the eye strain that can be an undesirable side effect of NetBooks and similarly, its keyboard is spacious enough to make for a pleasant typing experience. Nonetheless, this little computer fits nicely into just about any laptop case or backpack with ease and weighing in at just about five pounds, carry it around is a breeze. Pricing is very reasonable for the amount of computing power provided.
While we don’t generally pay a lot of attention to the cosmetics of a computer in our reviews, the Inspiron 14 has enough intriguing possibilities that we find it worth a mention. The standard color is glossy obsidian black. It’s also available in six other colors including Alpine White, Cherry Red, Ice Blue, Promise Pink, Gecko Green and Passion Purple. Most interesting, though, are the more than 200 artistic designs that can be chosen to express ones individuality. The additional colors cost $40 additional and the artistic designs run around $65 but it’s a price that many people will choose to incur in creating their own signature computer.
The processor for the version of the Dell Inspiron 14 that we selected is the Intel Core 2 Duo T6600 running at a snappy 2.2GHz with a 2MB L2 cache and 800MHz front side bus speed. For users who need more computing power there are a couple of upgrades available culminating with the Intel Core 2 Duo P8700 with a 2.53GHz clock speed, 3MB L2 cache and 1066MHz front side bus speed. For those who wish to economize a bit, the processor can be downgraded to a still respectable Intel Pentium Dual Core T4300. The computer comes with a healthy 4GB of DDR2 RAM memory.
The Inspiron 14 used for our review comes with a 320GB hard drive which is upgradeable to 500GB. There are lesser versions of this computer that have hard drives as small as 160GB. It also includes an 8x CD/DVD burner. That can be upgraded to a combo drive that will read Blu-ray discs and write to DVDs or CDs.
Battery life is always an issue for laptops and this one comes standard with a very respectable 85 WHr 9-cell Lithium Ion battery. You can save $40 by downgrading to a 48 WHr, 6-cell battery but we wouldn’t recommend that for anyone except those who don’t expect to be away from a plug very often.
Microsoft Windows 7 is the included operating system on the Inspiron 14. It also comes with Microsoft Works and a trial version Microsoft Office. A 15-month subscription to McAfee Security Center is also part of the package. The standard warranty is a one year parts and labor and includes mail in or in home service following remote diagnosis. The warranty can be expanded to two or three years at additional cost.
The standard Inspiron 14 configuration supports Wi-Fi “G” wireless networking. Most wireless network users would do well to upgrade to the Wi-Fi “N” network card for much faster data transfer and better range. Bluetooth connectivity is available as an option.
Expert Reviews:
Expert opinion of the Dell Inspiron 14 is generally that the computer packs a lot of bang for the buck but that battery life is somewhat disappointing and that features such as Bluetooth and a webcam should be standard. For that reason, we’ve configured the reviewed unit to include the webcam and a better battery believing that this best represents the computer that is most likely to be desired. Just about every feature of the computer can be upgraded for additional charge or downgraded to reduce the purchase price.
For those looking for a small laptop at a good price, there are few that offer as much as the Dell Inspiron 14. It packs a lot of power in its standard configuration but we believe that most consumers will find some upgrades preferable to the base unit. Dell’s web site is particularly good at allowing the consumer to have the computer built to individual specifications and keeps a running tally of what effect changes have on the unit’s price. Dell’s customer service and warranty plans are plusses for making this choice.

Why Buy a New Laptop Computer

Why Buy a New Laptop Computer

Laptops are portable, they’re stylish, and let’s face it: the opposite sex will think you more sophisticated when you’re suavely tapping out your latest blog entry at the coffee shop. Okay, that’s probably not true, but they are fun to have for both work and play.
For work, traveling professionals will find that a laptop’s wi-fi can offer them the same conveniences as being in the office via virtual private networks. You can take anything you need with you, having remote accesses to your files at the office so long as you have an Internet connection. It’s all there with you, even if it annoys your significant other when you bring work home.
For play, it’s great for tuning out the latest episode of Drake and Josh that your daughter CAN’T MISS: Just pop in your favorite DVD or play some tunes while you edit your sister-in-law out of your vacation photos.
Finding the right laptop can be a daunting task given the sheer variety of model types. There are miniatures that weigh in at just over a two pounds, super-slim ultra portables that weigh closer to three, on up to heavyweights at more than eight pounds. Generally, when weight goes up, power and screen size do the same.
In this site, you'll find articles on buying laptop computers, news stories and comprehensive reviews on economy PCs that will help you make an informed decision on which laptop is right for you. At TopTenREVIEWS - We do the research so you don't have to™.
What to Look for in a Laptop Computer For checking emails, surfing the web, or typing up that short story, you can get away with less power, weight, and screen size in your laptop. Beware however, as some of these are small because of the absence of a CD-RW, DVD±R or other hardware. Also, due to having less hardware to power, battery life is significantly increased in these lightweight portables.
This is what TopTenREVIEWS used to evaluate laptop computers:
  • Size: The purpose of a laptop computer is to be portable without sacrificing power. If you need something with an optical drive (CD-RW, DVD±R, etc.), a little more power and screen size, but still need a light weight machine, consider an ultra portable laptop, but remember, the smaller the package the larger the price tag.
  • Battery Life: No one likes being tethered to a wall, that's the whole reason for getting the laptop. Look for a system that can hold a charge for several hours. There is nothing worse than looking for an outlet in the middle of a project.
  • Screen Size: Typically the larger the laptop's screen size the larger the whole system. Remember, if you need a screen that rivals your desktop at home prepare to build those biceps. However, there are ultra slim laptops with 19 inch screens, but they are mighty expensive and although your computer will be lighter, so will your wallet.
So whether you need a slim ultra portable, or a desktop replacement, we’ll help you find the right laptop for your needs.

Saturday, June 19, 2010

What is Electronic Waste? By Darla Blackmon

Modern technology provides society with many conveniences, from Wi-Fi enabled cell phones and ever-smaller laptop computers that make our entire lives portable to energy-efficient washers and dryers that use half the power and time to complete their tasks. However, these new toys and gadgets leave behind them a wake of outdated, unwanted contraptions.
It's all electronic waste and it includes everything from empty printer ink cartridges to broken refrigerators. As people purchase new items to replace aging electronics or make upgrades, more electronic waste is generated. In some cases, such as 2009's switch from analog to digital television broadcasting in the United States, changes in technology are so great that old equipment may not even work at all with new systems.
There are many reasons why it is important to recycle electronic waste. Much of the material used to construct electronics, including metal and plastic components, can be recycled into new items at a fraction of the cost and energy use needed to create things from new raw materials. Additionally, many electronics contain toxic substances that are harmful to the environment and could be catastrophic if leached into an area's groundwater. For example, television tubes contain mercury, which is known to be extremely poisonous. When properly recycled, electronic waste is stripped of all toxins and other harmful materials, which is then properly and safely disposed of. Because of these environmental concerns, many areas require by law that electronic waste be properly recycled.
The availability of electronic waste recycling programs varies from place to place. Some municipalities may provide such services to area residents. In some areas, annual collections are held once or twice a year as a means of disposing of electronic waste as well as used engine oil or other waste that is harmful to the environment. When purchasing new appliances that are being delivered, retailers like Sears often offer free removal of the appliance that is being replaced. Since some appliances, such as refrigerators, cannot be disposed of without costly removal of hazardous substances, this saves you not only time but money as well! Other retailers, like Best Buy, also offer electronic waste recycling programs to their customers.
There are also some good alternatives to recycling your electronic waste. Any items that are in working condition can be given to friends or donated to charities like Goodwill or the Salvation Army, who rely heavily on donations. Freecycling, or passing on your unwanted items to those in need of them, is also a means of finding new homes for used items. Websites like Craigslist and are good places to list any usable items you would like to give away. Interested parties can contact you to ask any questions they may have about your items and to arrange picking up their new treasures.
Electronic waste recycling helps preserve the environment by reducing the amount of toxic materials placed in landfills and salvaging recyclable components to save energy and other resources. Contact your local government officials or waste management companies for details on any e-waste recycling programs in your area.
Darla Blackmon writes about the environment and eco-topics at, a community website that covers local news, events and health. Visit the site to learn about Long Beach recycling and how the Southern California city is going green.
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Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Free Mac Laptop By Jennifer Till

Everybody loves a Mac. Apple makes some of the hottest products out there. So I bet you are wondering how do I get myself a free Mac Laptop? Well its not as difficult as you might think.
Some people may think that this sounds like some kind of scam, but it is not. Organizations are willing to give away free products like a Mac Laptop to get you to check out other products, services, and free trial offers. These promotions give these organizations a lot of buzz and attention which helps them grow their businesses by gaining you as a new customer and helping get the word out about their new products and services.
All you have to do is register with valid information including your e-mail address, shipping address, and phone number and complete their surveys. The free Mac Laptop is not the only products they give away, but in my opinion it is one of the best because of the high quality of these Apple products. The free Mac Laptop giveaway will not last forever, so you better catch this offer before they run out of free Apple Laptops.
There are a couple of other websites where you will find these types of giveaways, just make sure you do not sign up for the websites that try scam you. If a website tries to make you pay a service fee upfront for a free giveaway, then do not pay it because it is most likely a scam. However...
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Saturday, June 12, 2010



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Thanks to the innovative use of strong but lightweight materials in its construction and attention to ergonomics in its design, Sony VAIO Laptops are easy to use at home or at the office and light enough for working anywhere in-between. All of which means that whatever your demands, and however you choose to use it, Sony VAIO Laptops can open the doors to a host of new creative, commercial and recreational possibilities.

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Friday, June 11, 2010

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Acer Aspire Laptops

Acer laptops are ideal whether you’re looking for basic multimedia features in a budget-friendly notebook or a premium system with all the latest bells and whistles, Acer Aspire laptops keep you entertained. The Acer Aspire Laptop Series refers to laptops suited to the home or small business users. You'd be hard-pressed to find a better-looking desktop replacement notebook or one with better multimedia features than the Aspire range, renowned for their excellent laptop design, build quality and high specifications at remarkably low prices 16 Acer Aspire Laptops from £314.57 exc vat
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Acer Aspire One Laptops

The Aspire One has an integrated Crystal Eye webcam that offers just the right balance between easy-to read clarity and easy-to-use functionality. You could almost call it the perfect fit. Often the smallest is the most powerful. The Aspire One comes with the Intel Atom processor, built with the world’s smallest transistors and designed specifically for low power consumption while delivering the power and performance you need for full online freedom. 11 Acer Aspire One Laptops from £177.25 exc vat
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Acer Aspire Timeline Laptops

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Acer EMachines Laptops

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Acer Extensa Laptops

The Acer Extensa Laptop Series addressing users who typically use their notebook both professionally and privately. These notebooks are more suitable for professional work as well as entertainment, featuring both professional connectivity and solid audio/video functionalities. The laptops boast reliable Intel processors throughout the range, with business users finding excellent networking options across all Extensa Laptops. So weather its business or pleasure Acer Extensa can keep up with your daily needs. Acer laptops represent excellent value for money. 2 Acer Extensa Laptops from £361.77 exc vat
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Acer Ferrari Laptops

The Acer Ferrari laptops are the ultimate expression of performance and style, combining Acer’s ultra-modern design philosophy with ground-breaking technology. Complete with the latest advances in integrated wireless connectivity and eye-catching multimedia capabilities, the Acer Ferrari Series is the stunning symbol of cutting-edge mobility. With nothing in the laptop world with as much wow factor including high-end F1 style specifications to match. 1 Acer Ferrari Laptops from £964.46 exc vat
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Acer Travelmate Laptops

Acer TravelMate Laptops are aimed towards on the move businesses and professional laptop users. When your business takes you round the world or around town, stay connected and maintain high-level productivity with these Acer laptops. A full set of advanced features including Intel processors throughout makes them just as useful back at the office. Providing more than enough performance, battery life, and features to satisfy all business sectors. See for yourself how Acer Travelmate can benefit your company. 8 Acer Travelmate Laptops from £319.02 exc vat
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Acer Travelmate Timeline Laptops

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