Apple is looking to set up shop in the Biggest Little City in the World, with local and state government footing the bill for a possible $89 million in tax breaks, according to the Reno Gazette-Journal.
While there are plenty of off-the-shelf solutions that you can buy, you'll get the most reward by getting down and dirty and building your own PC. Here's a rundown of what you'll need to do.
Too busy to keep up with today's tech news? Here are some of the more interesting stories from CNET for Friday, June 17.
Road Trip at Home: Jay Shafer started living in a 75-square-foot home in 1997. Now he makes his living selling Tiny Houses--small, green, dwellings that emphasize organization and efficiency.
The state's board of economic development votes in favor of an $89 million tax break for the tech giant to set up a 350-acre data center near Reno.
The leading makers of personal finance software step into the cloud.
Under an $89 million Vulture II contract with DARPA, the defense contractor lays out plans for the unmanned SolarEagle aircraft to make its debut flight in 2014.
Energizer will release its first-generation Qi Inductive Charger in October for $89. It will also release a $34.99 Qi sleeve for the iPhone 3G/GS and a special Qi door for the BlackBerry Curve 8900.
There are plenty of headphones out there--noise-canceling, in-ear, circumaural, etc...but if all you're looking for is an inexpensive, durable, all-around performer that won't isolate you from the outside world, we highly recommend the $89 Sennheiser PX 100-IIi headphones.
Creative's new Aurvana Live headphones are absolutely stunning value at £89 -- their sound quality is top notch and they're good looking, too