Green passed away on Friday, July 13.
Wednesday, July 18, 2012
George David Green of College Park died on Friday, July 13 following a battle with squamous cell cancer. He was 53. Green was an electronics specialist and owner of microcomputer repair company CompNetDoc, Inc. He invented several electronics devices and was known for his love of "hiking, cycling, and hang gliding and helping others." A memorial service and reception are scheduled for 7 p.m. on Thursday, July 19 at the Paint Branch Unitarian Universalist Church (3215 Powder Mill Road, Adelphi). Read a full obituary here.
Tablets are expected to be the hot electronics gift this holiday shopping season.
Olivia Wolfe loves to plan. The Columbia native has long relied on her planner to schedule appointments and meetings, but expects to transition her daily agenda when she and her husband, Andrew, purchase an Asus Transformer Prime tablet as a mutual gift this holiday season. "I love my planner to death and may continue using one, but it will be nice, even in the grocery store to literally pull out this skinny, thin thing and be able to tap it and say, 'Oh, that’s right, I'm supposed to get that,'" Wolfe said. Wolfe and her husband, along with millions of others, are diving into the tablet craze this holiday shopping season. The Consumer Electronics Association (CEA) estimates that 26.6 million tablets will be sold to retail outlets this …