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Computex 2008 roundup

Posted on Saturday, June 14 2008 @ 07:20:39 CEST by

5 Ways COMPUTEX Taipei Could Live Up to the GreenIT Promise
As you may recall from the opening press conference, this year's COMPUTEX computer expo is comprised of four main themes. They're focusing on WiMAX mobile broadband technology, information communications technology crossover products, new compact notebook PCs, and green IT. This last point is of particular interest, given the world's rising concern over escalating fuel prices and the effects of global warming. Even though companies have to pay attention to their bottom line, it is becoming increasingly important to be mindful of their impact on the environment as well. We need to go green.
Computex booth babe collection @ TechARP.

Booth Babe Working Group at The Tech Zone
Booth babes and trade shows seem to go hand in hand. It's a know fact that one of the best ways to get traffic to your site is to post some photos of beautiful girls. After all, everyone likes beautiful girls. Beautiful girls are also a great way to attract traffic to your booth. The Computex show in Taipei uses booth babes for more than just eye candy. Some are expected to do a lot more than just stand around and get their picture taken by female deprived tech geeks. The booth babes used by Computex can be divided into four distinct working groups.

And even more booth babes at Techpowerup.



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