Since the early 1990s, I've had half a dozen desktop computers, five laptops, various printers, a couple of faxes, a plethora of dumb phones and a couple of smartphones. But just this week I got my first tablet computer. As I once initially thought, I had no need for a computer (my dedicated Smith Corona Word Processor was just fine for a writer), I also thought I didn't need a tablet. I was wrong.
Gus Sialmas said his family has been in the restaurant business a long time. From the 1950s and '60s in Greece to the '90s in South Carolina and now to a new opening in Gainesville.\
Construction is underway on Dick's Sporting Goods in what is perhaps the most visible sign of Lakeshore Mall's $20 million-plus redevelopment efforts.
Regulators have closed banks in Georgia, bringing the number of U.S. bank failures this year to 10.
The metro Gainesville's unemployment rate fell to 6.8 percent in March, down one-tenth of a percentage point from 6.9 percent in February, the Georgia Department of Labor announced today.
Expanded trade opportunities have opened up for many U.S. industries, including the poultry industry in Georgia.
DuBose joins Gainesville law firm Stewart Melvin & Frost as partner
Today's smartphones allow us mobile access to so much more information than ever before. We can take charge of our schedule, email, texts, social networking, computing, Web browsing, banking and more. But what if you weren't the only one that had control of all that sensitive information in your mobile phone?
Shoppers paid slightly more for food at the grocery store at the beginning of 2013.
The unemployment rate in metro Gainesville, which includes all of Hall County, declined to 6.9 percent in February, down five-tenths of a percentage point from 7.4 percent in January, the Georgia Department of Labor announced today.
U.S. farmers are ready to increase production of corn and soybeans for 2013, according to the latest Farm Futures survey.
I have been a fan of the Windows operating system since its inception. With Windows XP back near the turn of this century, things started getting better. Wireless and USB support were introduced and many enhancements were added with that edition. Improvements were made to the computer hardware, the operating system and software; it all began to run faster than ever before.
The unemployment rate in metro Gainesville rose to 7.5 percent in January, up three-tenths of a percentage point from 7.2 percent in December, the Georgia Department of Labor announced Thursday.
Grimsley joins The Oxley Group as director of client development
Too many computers that I've worked on recently have had insufficient protection. Some had anti-virus apps or Internet security suites installed, but they were not properly configured. Some were so outdated they were completely ineffective.
The unemployment rate in metro Gainesville for July rose to 7 percent, up six-tenths of a percentage point from 6.4 percent in June, the Georgia Department of Labor announced today.
Gainesville dialysis center earns award
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