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Monday morning links serving: The September 14th edition

-IEEE stamps “approved” on 802.11n Wi-Fi standard The IEEE has finally approved the 802.11n high-throughput wireless LAN standard. -6 easy laptop repairs: A step-by-step guide Does your notebook have a broken key, frayed power cable, noisy fan, cracked case or other damage? Here’s how to get it back on the road. -Guess What Texting Costs Your Wireless Provider? Texting isn’t [.
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