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Faulty bulk tablets medion

Faulty bulk tablets Medion

I have a lot of parts for tablet Medion, some boards adn other parts.

Also tyhere is few other laptops, cant remeber the names but coulb be usefull for somone who fixes tablets like chips, usb charging ports etc.

 

Please contact me to get more details.

 

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WANTED – BROKEN/FAULTY – LAPTOPS or COMPUTERS for SPARES/REPAIRS

I am looking for a laptops broken or alive Ipad, Compaq, Fujitsu-Siemens, HP, Samsung, Sony or Toshiba laptop/netbook,
from 1.8ghz 2ghz


2.2ghz 2.4ghz 2.53 2.6ghz 3.06ghz 11

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what you have (exact spec – true,)
asking price

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EAST RIDING BUSINESS SUPPORT EVENTS IN POCKLINGTON AND GOOLE

EAST RIDING BUSINESS SUPPORT EVENTS IN POCKLINGTON AND GOOLE
Businesses across the East Riding are benefitting from investment by the council and the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) with a grant of £4.4m, to collaboratively help small and medium sized enterprises take advantage of digital technologies enabled by faster broadband.

The Broadband East Riding project has developed a FREE business support programme, which helps eligible businesses to learn about and exploit advanced technology and discover the opportunities that high-speed broadband can offer.

The programme includes the expertise and guidance of a dedicated business adviser providing one-to-one advice, combined with an external Search Engine Optimisation Audit, which includes an action plan to take forward. Various workshops and training courses are also been provided that cover a range of topics devised to get the most out of being connected and to assist with business growth.

Councillor Jane Evison, cabinet portfolio holder for economy, investment and inequalities, said: “Having access to the internet is an important aspect of modern life with many of us using it on a daily basis to keep in contact with family and friends or commercially, with many businesses requiring a secure, reliable and faster connection in order to compete and trade.

“The Broadband East Riding business support scheme will help eligible businesses get the most out of modern technology and embrace the opportunities presented by high-speed broadband.”

The Broadband Business Support Programme currently still has spaces available on the following FREE workshops for business:

MAJOR TRANSPORT INVESTMENT IN THE EAST RIDING FOLLOWING LEP FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT

MAJOR TRANSPORT INVESTMENT IN THE EAST RIDING FOLLOWING LEP FUNDING ANNOUNCEMENT

 

 

 

East Riding of Yorkshire Council has secured £8.5 million of funding to deliver the second phase of the Bridlington Integrated Transport Plan and vital maintenance work on the A645 Newland Bridge.

The successful bids for the two schemes were submitted to the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (Bridlington Integrated Transport Plan Phase 2 – £7 million) and the York, North Yorkshire and East Riding Local Enterprise Partnership (Newland Bridge – £1.5 million) by the council’s transport policy team, with work programmed to take place on both in 2015/16.

In terms of the Newland Bridge works, the council is currently undertaking surveys, monitoring ground conditions and drawing up a programme of works to improve the important access route to Drax Power Station.

Works on phase two of the Bridlington Integrated Transport Plan will see major work undertaken in the town centre, with Hilderthorpe Road being widened, Beck Hill being realigned, a new plaza outside Bridlington Train Station and the widening of footpaths in Manor Street and Bridge Street. A programme is currently being finalised.

The council has also received provisional funding of £16.7 million from the York, North Yorkshire and East Riding Local Enterprise Partnership to undertake maintenance work across the East Riding A-road network, with a programme set to be drawn up for implementation in 2016/17.

Councillor Stephen Parnaby OBE, leader of East Riding of Yorkshire Council, said: “Securing funding for these important infrastructure schemes is excellent news and means we can now begin the process of finalising work programmes and getting on with delivering these investments, which will have benefits in both the short and long term.

“Improving the transport infrastructure of the East Riding is a top priority for this council and, thanks to our prudent financial management and ability to provide match funding, we have an excellent track record of securing external sources of funding for projects that safeguard jobs, boost the local economy and reduce journey times and congestion for motorists and the travelling public.

“We are also pleased to have received provisional funding of £16.7 million for highway maintenance, which will help ensure the area’s A-roads, of which we have one of the largest networks in the country, are in the best possible condition long-term.”

Hackers retaliate over Megaupload website shutdown

Hackers have targeted the US government and copyright organisations following the shutdown of the Megaupload file-sharing website.

The Department of Justice (DoJ), FBI and the Motion Picture Association of America (MPAA) among others have been bombarded with internet traffic.

Web links have been been distributed which, when clicked, make the user’s computer part of the attack.

A statement attributed to Anonymous claimed responsibility.

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