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    The push by drugstore operator Walgreen Co. and home improvement retailer Lowe's Cos . Inc. to install electric vehicle charging stations at some of their stores signals increased consumer demand for the technology.

  • News: Apple MacBook Batteries Found Vulnerable to Malware

    MacBook users are being warned their Apple laptop batteries are vulnerable to being hacked.

  • News: The Macalope Weekly: Making things up

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  • News: Is Google+ Really Google Buzz 2.0?

    Google+ has taken the social network world by storm and created significant demand in a relatively short period of time--and that is just for the invitation-only beta version. While clicking around my Google-verse, though, I stumbled upon something which seems to indicate that Google+ is just Google Buzz with a fresh coat of paint.

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    If you've been wanting to break in a brand-new car, September is a great time to go shopping. As 2012's models arrive, car dealers are starting to think about moving their 2011 models off the lot. But before you walk into a dealership and try to haggle, do your research with the aid of car-buying apps.

  • News: Why Google+ Games Might Not Annoy

    As Harry McCracken and other tech pundits have noted, one of the nice things about Google+ is how little noise there is compared to Facebook. Now there's a hint that it'll stay that way even after Google starts building games into the service.

  • News: Repair Hassles: Who Will Fix a Defective Graphics Card?

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  • News: Google+ Users Irked at Surge in Deleted Accounts

    Within the last day or so there has been a surge in the number of Google+ accounts that have been suspended as part of the social network's real name policy, reports Violet Blue for ZDNet who mentioned the likes of writer and editor A.V. Flox, rapper Doctor Popular and Limor Fried who recently graced the cover of Wired Magazine. Fried's account was later reinstated.

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