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26Jun/17

Your battery needs replacing

Have you noticed something strange about your laptop battery power? If you find that your laptop doesn’t charge fully or you find yourself having to plug it in more often, it may be that your battery needs replacing. Here are a few signs that your laptop may need new parts.

Have you noticed small wires poking out of your laptop battery power adapter cord? If so, try replacing the power adapter before you look at the battery. Sometimes improper storage, incessant tugging, and damage made by kittens or puppies with a taste for gnawing wires can result in the adapter cord not working correctly. This is why you should tie your cords away to prevent them from tangling and never, ever wind them up tightly. You may discover that your battery doesn’t charge at all.

If you find that your laptop battery power problems continue after you’ve replaced your adapter cord, it may be the battery itself. Sometimes it’s simply because the battery is too old to be able to process as it once did. Before replacing your battery, check its warranty to ensure that it isn’t past its date. Other times, however, poor storage can also have an effect on laptop battery power.

For example, keeping your laptop propped up on a pillow or a bed can cause it to overheat, as it blocks the cooling vent. Similarly, keeping your laptop in a van or a storage garage is never a good idea, as these places lack the steady temperatures needed to keep your laptop in prime condition. Exposure is one of the most common damage to laptop batteries.

Thus, if you notice your laptop battery power fluctuating, it may be time to find another one. Fortunately, purchasing one isn’t as difficult as it seems. Simply write down the serial numbers on your laptop and laptop battery. If these aren’t readily visible, try shutting down the laptop, removing the battery, and looking beneath it. If you still can’t find your serial numbers, try contacting a customer service representative.

Once you’ve determined which laptop battery is best for you, it’s simply a matter of determining your preferences and your budget. Ideally, you should pick the battery that will give you the most power in the long run. The batteries themselves, however, can be quite pricey, so be sure to read a variety of customer reviews to get a better idea of what you want. Learn more today about how to extend your laptop battery power and keep it running for years to come!

11Aug/11

Stocks fall as U.S. credit rating – Warning for NZ

US trading was once again marked by sharp moves on heavy volume. For a fifth straight day, the Dow industrials fluctuated in a range of more than 400 points.

The losses came against the backdrop of recent weak US economic data, the United States losing its triple-A credit rating from Standard & Poor's and the inability of lawmakers to address worries that another recession may be on the way.
New Zealand shares recovered some ground today, having been caught up earlier in another global market slide as fear returned to Wall Street.

Goldman Sachs New Zealand economist Philip Borkin said his US colleagues now saw a one in three chance the United States would fall back into recession.

The fiscal stimulus put in place during the global financial crisis was winding down and fiscal policy would turn quite contractionary, he said.

"Despite the weaker dollar the US current account deficit is deteriorating and is expected to continue to do so. Unfortunately that means a higher New Zealand dollar and as a result we are becoming a lot more cautious about the manufacturing and tourism sectors as a result," Borkin said.

(from:http://www.nzherald.co.nz/business/news/article.cfm?c_id=3&objectid=10743861)