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Check Battery Cycle Count On A Mac Laptop... http://bit.ly/2ELfZuB
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The retail battle lines have been drawn in the UK, as the Christmas television commercials seek to pull heart and purse strings! http://bit.ly/2BUwX8z
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For the past 21 years, Dutch artist Theo Jansen has devoted himself to constructing ‘animals’ that can walk on the beach powered only by the wind, known as Strandbeests. http://bit.ly/2zzPmK6
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Jeremy Clarkson of +Amazon.com's The Grand Tour, managed to test drive the +Aston Martin Vulcan a few months ago. He shows us what Vulcan owners receive when they buy their $2.4 Million hypercar! http://bit.ly/2glzG5F
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One of our clients, musician, +Glenn Hughes, and his band, Black Country Communion, affectionately known as ‘BCC‘ by their fans around the world, which also features Jason Bonham, Derek Sherinian and Joe Bonamassa, have just released their fourth studio album, BCCIV, after a 5 year hiatus. http://bit.ly/2hsQSCX
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Prevent Discovery Of Your Mac ~ your Mac is pretty safe on your private home network, but what about when you’re surfing the Web in airports or coffee shops? http://bit.ly/2hh0Lae
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London Skyline from Tower Bridge http://bit.ly/2eUc1oK
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One of our clients, musician, +Glenn Hughes is all set for his live shows in Australia and New Zealand beginning mid-September through early October 2017, where he will debut his production, #ClassicDeepPurpleLive
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macOS Wi-Fi Tip. Did you know that you can quickly access information about your Router, and check if your Wi-Fi Network is performing well?
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On April 24th, 1984 during an Apple Inc. event called "Apple II Forever" held at San Francisco’s Moscone Center, Apple introduced the portable Apple IIc personal computer. Though the terminal lacked a monitor, it was relatively small and lightweight compared to its contemporaries. The IIc was seen as the company’s response to then new IBM PCjr.
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