FedWire: Buy a computer, GSA and a robotic hand

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2013_04_fedwire2001FedWire is FedScoop’s afternoon roundup of news and notes from the federal IT community. Send your links and videos to tips@fedscoop.com.

Thinking of buying a computer? Now is a good time, according to analyst Jon Peddie. Because of Moore’s Law, he says, people buying computers today get more computing power for their dollar than ever before. Peddie also says computers use less power than before, negating rising energy costs, so it’s more cost efficient to use a new computer than one that’s even a few years old. Read his compelling argument.

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