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Check Out The Comprehensive Windows 8 Survival Guide

If you’re not quite sure what to make of Windows 8, check out Gizmodo’s comprehensive survival guide here.

 

Swift Chip Is Now An Intel Gold Partner!

 

More Stocking Stuffers From Swift Chip

Additionally, here are some of the tried and true great apps for the iPhone in case you missed them.
We don’t want to forget about you Android users, so here’s a list of 20 of The Most Useful Apps for Android.

But wait … there’s more! Here’s a list of the Top 50 FREE APPS regardless of platform according to our friends at Lifehacker

 

Swift Chip voted Best of Ventura 2011!

Nice!
Swift Chip was awarded the 2011 Best of Ventura: IT Services/Computer Repair Services!

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Here’s to the crazy ones…

A tribute to Steve Jobs

 

 

How Google+ could change the Internet

You’re not alone if you’re not sure what Google + is all about. See why some experts think it could change the web as we know it.

 

Keep using Dropbox with these safety tips

If you’re like us, and you still plan on using Dropbox despite the recent security hiccup, here are a few tools you can use to be as secure as possible.

 

Lab-Grown Meat: It’s What’s For Dinner [Food]

In this week’s New Yorker, Michael Specter takes a great look at the world of in-vitro meat—grown in a lab, outside an animal body. It's not a matter of if, but when. Will you eat it? More

 

A Modern-Day Invisibility Cloak (Er, Necklace) [Surveillance]

You're probably on camera right now. Wave hello. If you were wearing this line of Cold Flare jewelry from a pair of ITP students, you'd be invisible—or at least, anonymous(er). More

 

Liquid crystals can detect bacterial infections [Breakthroughs]

Liquid crystals – yes the same as the ones in your calculator — may soon save lives: they’ll be detecting deadly bacterial infections. It turns out liquid crystals are incredibly sensitive to endotoxin, a lipid that’s found on the outside of many bacteria, including E. coli and Salmonella. More