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Is The Laptop Computer Going the Way of the Dinosaur? [Poll]

I read a lot of technology articles on the bleeding edge of trends, so I think they may be a little ahead of where the population really is. An article today on Gizmodo claims that the "laptop revival is here," but that "laptops are dying." Is this true?

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Wedding Ring or Laptop? [POLL]

A survey CNBC from by Intel found that people would rather lose their wedding ring than their laptop or cell phone.

Three out of four people said that losing their electronic device would be more stressful than misplacing their wedding ring.  The only object that people said would be MORE stressful to lose was their wallet.    

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I See A Lot Of Broken Laptops In Idaho’s Future

If I was a smart man, and I emphasize the word "if," I would open a laptop repair center next to every major school in Idaho. Why? Because there's about to be a lot of broken laptops in Idaho's future.

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What Did You Do For Easter? I Dissected Two Laptops

It started Saturday while cleaning out the shed: I found my two old Apple iBooks, dead, but still resting comfortably in their cases. My 12" iBook suffered a motherboard failure five years earlier, and the iBook G4 14" lost its mind when the hard drive crashed. At the time it was too expensive to get either repaired as both had gone out of warranty, so they were banished to the shed.

Then it hit me: why couldn't I use both iBooks to create one, working laptop?

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A Computer Nerd Gets Revenge On a Laptop Thief

18-year-old Mark Bao is a student and self-professed computer nerd at Bentley University in Waltham, Massachusetts.  Two months ago, someone stole his computer.  And last week, Mark realized he could have his revenge.

Mark remembered he'd set up his computer to back itself up online.  And he could remotely access those backups.  So he was actually able to log in and see what the thief had been doing with his computer.

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