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How-to Use Alias in Linux

In DIY, Open Source, Tutorial by Sumodirjo

Alias is shell built-in command that used to simplify a command. With alias we can use the alias instead of the long original command. if we use alias command without option or with option -pit will list current alias. [sumodirjo@clarisa ~]$ alias alias l.=’ls -d …

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APL*APPLE ITUNES STORE 866-712-7753 CA, Protect Yourself From ID Theft

In Internet by UserHaven Admin

Protect yourself; Public Service Warning of ID Theft Fraud from APL*APPLE ITUNES STORE 866-712-7753 CA Please be aware if you have an unauthorized charge from a merchant listed as, APL*APPLE ITUNES STORE 866-712-7753 CA, this is a long running scheme involving a fraudulent charge claiming …

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5 Ways to Lower Your Cell Phone Bill

In Mobile Technology by Contributor

Determine the most appropriate plan for you The most common way that people waste money on their cell phone bill is by signing up for a plan that does not suit them. This can cost you money in two ways. First, if you sign up …

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What’s New in JellyBean?

In Mobile Technology, Open Source, Software by Avtar Ram Singh

With the flurry of activity in the smartphone market that’s got everyone talking about the big players like the iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy SIII and the Samsung Galaxy Note II, Google’s JellyBean has taken a bit of a backseat. Even though JellyBean’s early reviews hit …

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Gigwalk can take a hike

In Internet, Mobile Technology by UserHaven Admin

Word travels fast on the web, and for right now the word is Gigwalk, an iPhone App that connects local businesses with local freelancers. Founded out of silicon valley in 2011, they quickly got the attention of Microsoft and probably a lot of other big …

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Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1 Review

In Mobile Technology, Tablets by Contributor

Samsung Galaxy Tab 2 10.1″ When Samsung launched the Galaxy Tab 10.1, it certainly had Apple in a panic, the device became an instant hit with users and threatened to erode the iPhone’s popularity and market share. In the past year though, we have seen …

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LED Backlit Displays: The Future of LCD Screens?

In Technology by Contributor

LED backlit displays are becoming increasingly common for high quality LCD screens. The difference between LEDs, or light emitting diodes, and LCDs, or liquid crystal displays comes down to one being used as a form of lighting, and the other as a way of diffusing …

Night Vision Technology: Then and Now

In Science, Technology by Contributor

An introduction to the history of night-vision. Night vision technology began to be developed in the 1930s and was first used in the 1940s by the German army during WWII.  The devices were first utilized to allow snipers to see greater distances in the dark.  …

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What Happened To Google Fiber?

In Technology by Contributor

Google Fiber has been all hush, but why? Google did some initial test work during 2009-1010 on their so called Google Fiber Network that claims to deliver broadband speeds at hundred times in excess of the existing speeds. Among the test centers was one on …

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