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By 1994, the former computer-science student had dropped out, turned a side job repairing PCs into Geek Squad, and was sending employees dressed in nerdy ensembles (too-short dark pants, white socks) to fix computer glitches at local companies or homes.
A consumer advocacy group commissioned the tests in which British microbiologist James Francis took a swab to 33 keyboards, a toilet seat and a toilet door handle at the publication’s London office in January.
A web developer and entrepreneur, Samantha John wants to change the world.
Giddings is president and CEO of Giddings Product Development.
While a new tablet launch isn’t breaking news anymore, there’s one that’s unlike any other yet to be released—it’s a full-fledged mobile computing device for kids ages three to 10 that lets them play educational games, watch videos from providers such as PBS and National Geographic for Kids, as well as engage in social activities like e-mail and video mail.
HP’s Elite series of products–to date targeted primarily at large corporate customers–are now being pitched aggressively to small business, which Hutcheson describes as an unmanaged IT environment with less than 500 seats.
Think about it: how many times have you asked a salesperson a question about a product, only to have a blank smile or glib response fired back?
[Jack Eisenmann] built an 8-bit computer out of microchips, a plastic Tupperware case, and tons of wires.
The result is the Mantis, a battery-powered clip-on light that can be used to illuminate more than computer keyboards.