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Briefly: Starbucks' new wireless chargers, NetSupport Protect 2.10

updated 03:16 am EDT, Thu June 12, 2014

Starbucks announces plans to add in-house wireless charging spots, beginning in San Francisco

Starbucks has announced that in conjunction with Duracell, the coffee company will launch wireless charging spots in select cafes. The stations will consist of Duracell's Powermat chargers, which will be made available on designated tables and counters. The chargers are designed for slimmer devices, such as the iPhone (using a small power connector) and various Samsung Galaxy devices that are wireless-charging compatible. The new offering will begin in San Francisco, and will expand in the rest of the US next year.



NetSupport Protect updated for Windows 8 and 8.1, offering desktop lockdown and more

Remote Ccontrol and desktop management software company NetSupport has announced v2.10 of its Windows software NetSupport Protect. A desktop security system for Windows 8 users, NetSupport Protect helps IT technicians deliver a reliable computer environment. The latest update includes the ability to disable access to the Windows Store, and prevents uninstalls from the Windows 8 menus. Application control over both desktop and Windows Store apps is also added. A free trial is available through NetSupport.



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