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Intel’s new graphics drivers automatically optimize game settings
The Verge • Tom Warren
President’s Day Weekend Gear Sales (2018): Sonos, Bose, Dell, and More
Wired • Jeffrey Van Camp
E-waste recycler gets 15 month prison sentence for creating worthless backup discs
The Next Web • Bryan Clark
Dealmaster: Presidents Day sales on TVs, laptops, and electronics have begun
Ars Technica • Ars Staff
Surgical Notes names chief technology officer: 5 things to know
Becker's Hospital Review • Kelly Gooch
Someone probably owns most of the things you say
Marketplace • American Public Media
Is it worth buying a refurbished PC for under £150?
The Guardian • Jack Schofield
Surgical Notes taps former DaVita executive as chief technology officer — 4 insights
Becker's ASC Review • Eric Oliver
Carbonite Buys Data Backup Competitor Mozy From Dell for $145.8M
Xconomy • David Holley
Dealmaster: Save $300 on a Dell XPS 13 laptop with a 8th-gen Core i7
Ars Technica • Ars Staff
 
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Intel’s new graphics drivers automatically optimize game settings
The VergeTom Warren
Intel is introducing a new feature for its processors with integrated graphics, allowing games to be automatically optimized on systems. The feature is similar to Nvidia’s GeForce Experience, an application that’s designed to tweak game settings so they work best on a...
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President’s Day Weekend Gear Sales (2018): Sonos, Bose, Dell, and More
WiredJeffrey Van Camp
For some folks, President’s Day is a time to honor U.S. presidents of old, like George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. For others it’s a much-needed extra day off work. But for tech companies and online retailers, it’s another opportunity to lay out...
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E-waste recycler gets 15 month prison sentence for creating worthless backup discs
The Next WebBryan Clark
You may recognize the name Eric Lundgren. In 2017, he was all over the news for creating a $13,000 DIY electric car with a 380-plus mile range, easily besting a Tesla. Today he’s on his way to jail. Lundgren has always been...
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Dealmaster: Presidents Day sales on TVs, laptops, and electronics have begun
Ars TechnicaArs Staff
Greetings, Arsians! Courtesy of our friends at TechBargains, we have another round of deals to share. But not just any deals: Presidents Day deals. Ooooooh. OK, so Washington's Birthday isn't the biggest holiday—the Dealmaster isn't even getting a day off—but it still...
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Surgical Notes names chief technology officer: 5 things to know
Becker's Hospital ReviewKelly Gooch
Revenue cycle solutions provider Surgical Notes named Nathan Hess chief technology officer. Here are five things to know about Mr. Hess. 1. He has more than 15 years of healthcare, IT and business experience, according to Surgical Notes. 2. Mr. Hess previously...
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Someone probably owns most of the things you say
MarketplaceAmerican Public Media
Many™ of™ the™ words™ you™ say™ are™ probably™ trademarked.™ And this is causing a lot of problems for people who are trying to start businesses. In a new paper from the Harvard Law Review called “Are We Running Out of Trademarks?” NYU...
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Is it worth buying a refurbished PC for under £150?
The GuardianJack Schofield
I’m considering buying a new general-purpose home computer for $200 [£142] or less, and I’d like a mini-tower that I can easily repair and upgrade. I will use it on the web, to scan photographs (with a flatbed scanner), and to watch...
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Surgical Notes taps former DaVita executive as chief technology officer — 4 insights
Becker's ASC ReviewEric Oliver
Nathan Hess is joining Surgical Notes as its chief technology officer. Here's what you should know: 1. Mr. Hess comse to Surgical Notes after tenures at DaVita, American International Group, Dell and Perot Systems. 2. He most recently was the senior director...
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Carbonite Buys Data Backup Competitor Mozy From Dell for $145.8M
XconomyDavid Holley
Carbonite is using a $120 million line of credit and cash to buy Mozy, and the deal is expected to close in the first quarter of this year. Round Rock, TX-based Dell acquired Mozy when it purchased Hopkinton, MA-based EMC for $67...
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Dealmaster: Save $300 on a Dell XPS 13 laptop with a 8th-gen Core i7
Ars TechnicaArs Staff
Greetings, Arsians! While the Dealmaster is making last-minute preparations for his Valentine's Day date with Lady Dealmaster, he's still got time to bring you the usual slate of gadget discounts thanks to our friends at TechBargains. Our list today is highlighted by...
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