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How to ensure the stability of the VPN service?

There is no need to explain the importance of VPN protection to a modern computer user. If you want your internet connection to be stable and secure and the personal data safe, virtual private network is a must. Some public … Continue reading

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The most expensive PC gaming experience

Computer gaming industry is one of the most profitable segments of the market of entertainment services today. Next gen games require more performance capabilities from the PC internals each year and the gamers are pushed to update their systems more … Continue reading

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Get the most out of your Sega Genesis Mini

Sega is a company well known for being one of the innovators on the market of gaming consoles in the early 1990s. The popularity of the brand and its market share has significantly decreased since then due to the development … Continue reading

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Classical Old School RuneScape MMORPG

The fans of the classical massively multiplayer online role-playing games may be glad to find out about Old School RuneScape. It was created and released by Jagex in 2013 as a rebuild of the original RuneScape with numerous improvements and … Continue reading

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Enterprise, Enterprise Connect, RFID and happy/creepyness

Just returned back from Enterprise Connect down in Orlando and encountered two different applications of RFID tech – one happy, one bordering a little on creepy. First, I picked up my car from Enterprise Rent-A-Car (Hmm, why hasn’t someone done … Continue reading

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Pictures from Iceland – Part 3 – Landsvirkjun Power Sog Hydroelectric Plant

Landsvirkjun is the largest producer of power in Iceland. It operates 13 hydroelectric facilities, 2 geothermal facilities and one fossil fuel backup plant. We got to visit one of the oldest operating plants in the country sitting on the Sog … Continue reading

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Pictures from Iceland – Part 2 – Reykjavik Energy Hellisheiði Geothermal Plant

It was a dark and rainy morning – dark because in February the sun doesn’t rise until 9:30 to 10 AM local time, rainy because that’s what the weather is like – when we headed out into the mountains above … Continue reading

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Vodafone Iceland mobile coverage rocks

For under $20, I picked up a 5 GB pre-paid data Vodafone Iceland mini-SIM for my iPad Had to go to the local mall to get it since the airport duty-free store didn’t carry ‘em, but no biggie since everyone … Continue reading

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Pictures from Iceland – Part 1 – Verne Global data center

Door number 1 of 5 doors to get to the server area in Verne Global’s data center. There’s a security checking photo ID before you go into the man trap (doors 2 & 3), followed by at least 2 more … Continue reading

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How did I live without satellite radio? Seriously….

Over the holiday season, I received a Sirius satellite radio (OK, so it was a freebie from a promotion, let’s not go there right now…).  After waiting two weeks for the indoor dock pieces, I had a very pleasant less-than-5 … Continue reading

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