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Cubieboard is like a Raspberry Pi on steroids

Cubieboard Features Of Cubieboard Here at GeekTech, we’re big fans of tiny Linux computer boards like the Raspberry Pi. If you wanted even more power after the Raspberry Pi got itsturbo on and a serious RAM upgrade, you might want to take a look at the amped up specs on theCubieboard. As points out, the Cubieboard is a monster of a board with a …

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Jailbreaking Phones Still Legal, But Not Tablets

Phone Copyright Of Phone The Copyright Office this week renewed rules that make it legal to jailbreak a smartphone like the iPhone, but declined to extend those rules to tablets. Though millions of tablets have now been sold, the Copyright Office within the Library of Congress found that the proposed definition of the device is too broad for it to be …

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Car Title Loans 101: All You Need to Know

“Never spend your money before you have it.” – Thomas Jefferson As much as we believe in the principle quoted by Thomas Jefferson, the harsh reality is that we live in a world where costs are increasing exponentially and wages are stagnating; therefore, it is becoming harder to make ends meet every month. Consequently, it is becoming more common to …

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Sprint Rolling Out New 4G LTE Tablet Plans

Tablet Launch Of Tablet With the launch of the iPad mini and the fourth-generation iPad next month, Sprint will join Verizon and AT&T as the third wireless carrier to offer 4G LTE connectivity on Apple’s new tablets. As a result, Sprint on Nov. 11 will roll out a new rate plan for 4G LTE-enabled tablets that the carrier says will offer up to 20 percent …

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5 Reasons You Should Upgrade to Windows 8

Windows 8 Advantages Of Windows 8 Windows 8 brings significant advantages to those who are upgrading existing PCs or purchasing new ones, thanks to features that better take advantage of the new OS’s capabilities. The operating system offers improvements in performance, existing capabilities, and is cheaper. For an indepth look at the OS, read my review of Windows 8, but here are a …

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