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Apr
11

Window Films, Security Mirrors, Drill Glass, Commercial Door Hardware




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LK Technologies a Gordon Glass Co. Celebrates its 100 Years in Business!







LK Technologies, Inc. has been in the Glass Industry since 1920. We started as a local glass shop providing glass- and mirror-related services to the Cleveland community. Being a fabricating facility we posses the first-hand experience in all the aspects of glass and mirror manufacturing, fabricating, and installations. We don’t just sell our products; we know how they work and are always happy to share our rich experience with you.

Our primary goal is to provide you with a safe, secure environment to browse and shop for popular hardware items. If you have questions or comments that aren’t addressed below please don’t hesitate to contact us via email or call us at 1.888.663.9830.

Our ordering procedure: Within 30 minutes of placing your

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Apr
8

Symbian Software for UIQ, S60 (Series 60) and Series 80: Freeware, shareware and commercial

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Apr
2

Find Open Source Alternatives to commercial software | Open Source Alternative

Today the future of internet begins – and open source is ready
Companies world-wide start to embrace the new standard for communication on the internet; the Internet Protocol version 6 – also known as IPv6. IPv6 will at some point replace existing IPv4 which have been used to transport our data through the internet for more than 30 years.



The main reason to switch is that IPv4 only allows around 4 billion internet addresses. In order for one device to communicate with another on the internet each of them has to have a unique internet address (IP address). With the number of devices currently on the market – computers, smartphones, smart tvs and set-top boxes – we are already out of addresses. However, clever manipulation allows some devices to share IP addresses with other devices, but this is not an ideal situation. The sharing of addresses makes it

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