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1361: New Products and Technologies Unveiled at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas
While no one knows exactly what new technology will make jaws drop this year the way the iPhone did last year, one place to get a good idea was at the 2008 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas. Along with the final speech from Bill Gates, several new electronic trends also emerged at this year's CES.

1362: Open Source - The Age Has Come
In the past, open source is often viewed as a free software. Well, that's in the past. The main difference between a free software and open source is the availability of the source code.

1363: There May Be A Way To Save Your Wet Laptop
Laptops are more likely to have something spilled on them than the tower pc. With some quick thinking you may be able to restore it back to health.

1364: Does Computer Software Hardware Work Seperately?
Computer hardware software are two opposing components that make up desktop computers and notebooks. They work together in harmony to allow the user to operate his or her electronic device. However, they are completely opposite in their functions and abilities.

1365: Three Great Initiatives From the Trusted Computing Group
A lot of people are not aware of it, but many personal computers these days (forecast to be about 150 million this year alone) come with a very advanced security chip that can be used under full control of the owner of the computer to improve the level of safety and security of the computer, applications, and the internet connection. The chip's behaviour has been specified by experts from all over the world working for many major companies through the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) initiative.

1366: Three More Great Initiatives From the Trusted Computing Group
A lot of people are not aware of it, but many personal computers these days (forecast to be about 150 million this year alone) come with a very advanced security chip that can be used under full control of the owner of the computer to improve the level of safety and security of the computer, applications, and the internet connection. The chip's behaviour has been specified by experts from all over the world working for many major companies through the Trusted Computing Group (TCG) initiative. They are specifying not just the chip, but many other protocols and systems that use the chip to enhance safety and security.

1367: How to Get the Most From MS Project Training Courses
Microsoft Project is a powerful application but many people find it confusing. It is difficult to learn on one's own and to get the most from MS Project, training courses taught by experienced and certified instructors are the best choice.

1368: Database Tips From an Excel Training Course
The benefit of an Excel training course is not just learning new things but also learning new ways to do old things. An experienced instructor provides hints and shortcuts that have you designing spreadsheets in new ways.

1369: How To Define Tasks for MS Project
MS Project training courses teaches students how the use the software and not how to plan projects. Slapping in arbitrary and unrealistic schedules simple makes Project an effective way to track the company's downfall.

1370: Do You Have Trouble Understanding Databases? Consider a One-on-One Access Course
A relational database such as Microsoft Access is a powerful way of organizing and querying a large amount of information. Users new to Access often have trouble grasping the basic concepts. Even experienced Office users, website designers and computer programmers find the information hard to process and need extra help.

1371: Get More Out of MS Access Courses
MS Access courses are a big help to the new or even experienced user. Courses taught by experienced and certified instructors can lead a student through the confusing corridors of database terminology and design.

1372: Can You Do An AOL Email Reverse Search Yourself?
Do you know how to do an AOL email reverse search? There are many people that don't. Before you attempt to do a reverse email search yourself there are some things that you need to know. Find out what they are now so you can start your search today.

1373: The Changes In The New HDMI 1.3 Standard
The Changes with HDMI 1.3. What you can expect if you've already invested in HDMI.

1374: Some Tips On CCTV
CCTV stands for closed circuit television. A CCTV system would use a video camera to project magnified images on a monitor. The video camera would have a zoom lens. It would have a magnification range of 2x to 60x. The monitor component would be able to switch polarities. A CCTV system would have controls for focus, magnification, and other imaging variables.

1375: Understanding CCTV
CCTV stands for closed circuit television. It is a surveillance technology used for monitoring locations and activities. CCTV systems usually have a dedicated link between cameras and monitors. The use of such systems has grown and become more prevalent in recent times. Tremendous amounts are being invested in CCTV as a leading tool in the fight against crime and terror.

1376: Ordering CCTV Systems
CCTV systems are closed circuit television systems. These are systems where the circuit is closed and all the elements are linked. CCTV systems seem to be a wonderful thing for security and threat detection. However they are not a magical cure-all. CCTV systems should be seen as components of an integrated security approach.

1377: CCTV - Freeze-Framing Cheats, Crooks, Malingerers, and Murderers!
CCTV surveillance is getting the flak from some circles that are not sold to the idea that surveillance in public places can deter crime but instead infringes on the privacy of individuals. Indeed, there is some truth to it, but it's time to admit, though, that the surveillance systems in public places in private homes and businesses are deterring crime.

1378: What Is CCTV?
CCTV stands for closed circuit television. It is a system where the circuit is closed and all the elements are linked. This is different from broadcast T.V. where tuners pick up the signals from the airwaves. For purposes of this article, linked means connected by wiring, microwave, infrared, etc.

1379: Grid Computing and its Advantages
Grid computing has been around for a few years now and its advantages are many. We have listed over 7 key advantages of using a grid model as well as some key disadvantages associated with grid computing.

1380: Access VBA Training Adds Power to Your Databases
Most database projects can be created using the basic commands in Access. VBA training however, gives you the tools to add powerful features to your database to make it even more useful.


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