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IT SHOW 2011 - Babes

"A picture speaks a thousand words therefore in this article, we will let the pictures do the talking.  Get ready...the show babes of IT Show Singapore 2011." | Watch More

"Did you manage to 'capture' any booth babes in IT Show Singapore 2011 on your camera ? Share with us your photos and we will be adding it to our booth babe article along with ours. Credits will be given, based on your forum nickname..."

Japan Reactor Problems Seen Affecting Chip Industry

"Three days after the devastating earthquake that struck Japan on March 11, concerns are now being raised about the effects of a potential reactor meltdown. Furthermore, one analyst study raised questions about the impact of the quake on a key component of the Apple iPad 2.

After Japan's earthquake and tsunami, tech tools provide information and help families reconnect

"A massive earthquake and tsunami in Japan and tsunami warnings for Hawaii and the US West Coast have people all over the world turning to the Internet and smartphone applications for disaster alerts and information about loved ones. A massive earthquake and tsunami in Japan and tsunami warnings for Hawaii and the U.S.

Not getting enough sleep? Turn off the technology

"The national penchant for watching television every evening before going to sleep, playing video games late into the night or checking emails and text messages before turning off the lights could be interfering with the nation's sleep habits.

Dear CRTC, I Want YOU to Stop The Meter

"We have a unique opportunity to stop phone and cable company gouging if we act now.
Thanks to the nearly half-a-million people who signed the Stop The Meter Petition, the CRTC is now reviewing its decision to impose new fees on nearly all Internet users.

Craigslist is a cesspool of crime

"Classifieds site Craigslist has been linked with 330 crimes, 12 murders and 105 robberies or assaults in the United States last year due to anonymous interactions on the site, says a new study. The study undertaken by AIM Group, which examined nationwide crime reports reported in local media coverage, concludes the anonymity on Craigslist is exploited by criminals across the country to rob, assault or even kill consumers as they try to buy or sell things like cars, apartments and furniture..."

Save The Affordable Internet!

Phone and cable companies have unleashed a deep-pocketed public relations campaign designed to confuse Canadians about new Internet usage fees.

At the same time, broadcasters and cable companies are meeting in Ottawa to hash out a plan to deal with online services that are "competing for customers".

We can't let them turn back the clock. We need a well-coordinated response to prevent these corporations from interfering in the upcoming CRTC hearing.

Intel Announces $5B USD 14nm Fab, 4,000 New Arizona Jobs

"Late last week Intel CEO Paul Otellini was named to President Barack Obama's jobs council.  This week he went to work announcing that he would be creating a bunch of jobs.

Canadians continue to rage against metered billing

"The dust has at least temporarily settled on Canada's controversial decision to let its biggest ISPs charge smaller, competitive ISPs on a metered, or Usage-Based Billing (UBB) schedule, a decision later suspended by The Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission.

Booth babes fading from tradeshow floors

"Booth Babes – officially described by Wikipedia as tradeshow models – are disappearing from tradeshows all around the world, including Buildex Vancouver. They’ve mostly gone the way of the hula-hoop, slide-rule, five-cent candy bar, photo film and shark-fin cars. “It’s really a non-issue,” said Buildex Vancouver show director Paul Maryschak, who last year in Vancouver recalls maybe one booth that elicited a few comments. It’s simply a thing of the past, he said."

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