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Keyless Touchscreen Laptops : MacBook Pro Touch

Keyless Touchscreen Laptops : MacBook Pro Touch

The Conceptual MacBook Pro Touch by Furkan Kasap is Productive The conceptual MacBook Pro Touch seen here by designer Furkan Kasap is a powerful piece of technology that transforms our perceptions of what the namesake laptop from Apple could look like in the near future. Boasting a keyless design, the …

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Timber Technology Mounts : Wooden Monitor Stands

Timber Technology Mounts : Wooden Monitor Stands

The Understands Wooden Monitor Stands Naturally Organize Items The amount of time that consumers are spending at their workstations is only appearing to increase, which is seeing many seek out natural ways to enhance their work areas like the Understands Wooden Monitor Stands. Designed with undermounting in mind, the mounts …

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TV-Inspired Browser Extensions : Good Place Chrome Extension

TV-Inspired Browser Extensions : Good Place Chrome Extension

The Good Place Chrome Extension Lets Fans Enter ‘The Good Place’ Fans of NBC’s ‘The Good Place’ can now take part in the show’s universe by turning their computers into a reflection of the show thanks to the Good Place Chrome extension. Available exclusively on Google’s web browser, this extension …

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Affordable Performance PCs : Omen Obelisk

Affordable Performance PCs : Omen Obelisk

The HP Omen Obelisk Provides Impressive Internals in a Stylish Case Announced at Gamescom 2018, the HP Omen Obelisk is an impressive pre-built gaming PC that’s engineered beyond its affordable price point. Serving as an upgrade or expansion to the Omen 870 tower, this computer features powerful internals but has …

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Thermaltake Level 20 XT E-ATX

Thermaltake Level 20 XT E-ATX

The Thermaltake Level 20 XT E-ATX PC Case Enables Optimized Personalization The Thermaltake Level 20 XT E-ATX PC case is a professional piece of equipment for avid computer users and gamers to choose when looking for the best solution that puts a focus on enhanced modular aesthetics. The case is …

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Doctors Say British Military’s Electronic Health Record System Places Service Personnel at Risk

Members of the British Armed Forces

Photo: Stephen Chung/Alamy British Armed Forces doctors are frustrated and concerned over the operational failings of the £80 million decade-old Defence Medical Information Capability Programme (DMICP) electronic health record system  as well as the Ministry of Defence’s new £900 million MoDNet network. First reported (subscription) by The Times of London, and then by other British …

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