Last week, June 16th to be exact, marked the 57th annual Bloomsday celebration in honor of writer James Joyce. Not only was his massive work “Ulysses” read aloud in various public events in Ireland, the US and elsewhere, but, for the first time, a summary of the work was communally tweeted around the world in a 24 hour span. It seems almost the perfect complement to the first day of summer when it’s time to head to the beach, lay out your towel, slather on the sunscreen,...A bundle of books

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Could Apple’s high hopes for its iCloud be dashed with Dropbox’s recent authentication glitch?Icon of Apple icloud

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Apple must really love its customers because the company is making it super easy to upgrade a Mac to OS X Lion. How easy, you ask? Well, now all users have to do is go to the App Store, buy OS X Lion for $29.99 and download…that’s it. According to Apple’s website, if the Mac meets the requirements for Lion (for example hearty enough to be running Snow Leopard) it should be able to do the rest of the upgrade work.Image of a lion

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Just last week my mother said, “I want to surprise your dad with a tablet for exceptionally thoughtful and sweet, is rather comical. My father is not technically savvy, nor does he have an interest in emerging mobile technology. I thought, I don’t even think my dad knows what a tablet is!Tablet survey results

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Acer Chairman J.T. Wang recently announced the company is set to reduce the full-year shipment target for tablets by more than 50 percent. The shipment target, which initially was set to range from 5 million to 7 million tablets, is now down to 2.5 million to 3 million.Acer-Logo

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