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Welcome to Solo Computer Services ®

We are a North Carolina technology-services company who specialize in providing all professional custom service solutions to our clients such as Internet web site design and hosting, digital graphic arts, computer repair and various media services. Please take a moment to bookmark and review the site. We have also provided some social site buttons to the right that you can use the help spread the word about us with one click. Solo Computer Services has been in business since 2000 and has done work for various large and small businesses, celebrities and NASCAR ® teams.

We have created our company web site to be used as a place where you can visit daily to get information about our company and services, samples of our work, client web sites, the latest in technology news, online shopping deals, free computer and phone software, online tools to keep your computers safe including W3C Web Site Validation, free desktop and mobile wallpapers and also live online streaming technology TV provided by TWiT.tv.

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Net Neutrality: What You Need to Know Now

Article Posted: February 27, 2015

What happened?
In May 2014, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler released a plan that would have allowed companies like AT&T, Comcast and Verizon to discriminate online and create pay-to-play fast lanes.

Millions of you spoke out -- and fought back....[Read Full Story]

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Touch ID hackers attempt to take things to next level, no need for physical fingerprint

Article Posted: December 29, 2014

By 9to5Mac:

The hacker who successfully used a fingerprint captured from an iPhone to fool Touch ID now believes it may be possible to perform the same hack without needing access to a physical fingerprint. Speaking at this year’s Chaos Computer Club convention, Jan Krissler -- who uses the alias Starbug -- demonstrated how a fingerprint can be generated from a series of ordinary photographs of someone’s finger....[Read Full Story]
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