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Apple pulls iTunes Store support for 1st-gen Apple TV, Windows XP and Vista

The original Apple TV was released a little over 11 years ago. And if you’re still hanging onto one, it’s about to get a lot less useful. Apple has announced that the iTunes Store will no longer work with 1st-gen Apple TV devices starting May 25th. The company is also pulling the plug on iTunes […]

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Google Chrome will end support for Windows XP, Vista, and OS X 10.8 in 2016

Microsoft ended support for Windows XP last year, but it’s still installed on a lot of computers. Sure, Internet Explorer and other Microsoft apps aren’t getting software updates anymore, but there’s always Google Chrome, right? Not for long. Google has announced it’s pulling the plug on support for Windows XP, Windows Vista, and OS X […]

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Dell Inspiron Mini now available with 2GB of RAM, Windows Vista

The Dell Inspiron Mini 10 is already one of the most customizable netbooks on the market. It comes with options including a built in TV tuner, GPS receiver, and HD 1366 x 768 pixel display. Now Dell is offering customers the choice of configuring the netbook with 2GB of RAM. Of course, it doesn’t qualify […]

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SanDisk: Windows Vista and SSD are like peanut butter and broccoli

Solid state disks are kind of the next big thing, right? They have no moving parts, like hard drives, and are both more durable and offer potentially faster read and write speeds than hard drives. Sure, they’re far more expensive at the moment, but prices are coming down. And as Asus, Acer, and others have […]