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Monthly archive March, 2014

Cyber Terrorists Hold SurveyGizmo to Ransom

Cyber Terrorists Hold SurveyGizmo to Ransom
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Online survey software tool, SurveyGizmo, is nearly back to normality after days of issues and outage following a... Read More →

Recuva Version 1.51.1063 Released

Recuva Version 1.51.1063 Released
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There is nothing more frustrating than accidentally deleting files from your computer. The freeware Windows uitility,... Read More →

New NSA Leaks Reveal Sysadmins Hack Info

New NSA Leaks Reveal Sysadmins Hack Info
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Some more Edward Snowden document leaks have shed further light on the United States National Security Agency's... Read More →

Magnetocaloric Technology Radically Changes Refrigeration

Magnetocaloric Technology Radically Changes Refrigeration
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Refrigeration technology hasn't really changed much since it was introduced almost a century ago. However, General... Read More →

U.S. Doctors To Begin Using Suspended Animation With Humans

U.S. Doctors To Begin Using Suspended Animation With Humans
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Depending on how many science fiction movies you've seen, this article may be a little hard to believe, but it is also... Read More →

Google May Develop A YouTube For Kids Under 10

Google May Develop A YouTube For Kids Under 10
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YouTube has become one of the most popular socila media video platform, with more than six billiob hours of videos... Read More →
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Google Now is Pushed to Chrome For Mac & Windows

Google Now is Pushed to Chrome For Mac & Windows
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As we reported earlier this week, Google Now has finally arrived on desktop. Google announced this week that Now is... Read More →

Bakers Can Now Autograph Their Creations With Rolling Pins

Bakers Can Now Autograph Their Creations With Rolling Pins
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It only makes since that a baker would want to sign his or her creation. After all, artists always include their... Read More →

Scientists Develop Thinnest LEDs Ever Seen

Scientists Develop Thinnest LEDs Ever Seen
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Tiny light-emitting diodes, commonly known as LEDs, are used in pretty much every modern electronic device. As... Read More →

Google Makes Deal to Bring Glass to Ray-Ban

Google Makes Deal to Bring Glass to Ray-Ban
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By now nearly everyone who is into technology in some way has heard of Google Glass. The general public on the other... Read More →

Microsoft FREE Trials For Software & Services

Microsoft FREE Trials For Software & Services
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Yesterday, I expressed surprise about the things happening at Microsoft - a potentially free operation system and the... Read More →

Download CCleaner Version 4.12.4657 Now

Download CCleaner Version 4.12.4657 Now
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Piriform has released its latest version of the popular freeware cleaner CCleaner, adding Opera Developer Channel... Read More →
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Facebook Buys Oculus For $2 Billion

Facebook Buys Oculus For $2 Billion
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Facebook has just made another huge purchase.  This time they have furthered their interest in the fields of virtual... Read More →

Google Now is Now Available On Your Desktop

Google Now is Now Available On Your Desktop
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If you've used Google Now at all, you probably either love it or hate it. I probably line up in more of the former... Read More →

Prices Set To Rise For iTunes & App Store Downloads

Prices Set To Rise For iTunes & App Store Downloads
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When the chancellor announced the latest budget for the UK, it was revealed that a previous loophole allowing digital... Read More →

Public Researchers Can Assist NASA With Asteroid Redirect Mission

Public Researchers Can Assist NASA With Asteroid Redirect Mission
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Have you ever wanted to be a NASA scientist? Or maybe you fancy doing some freelance work for them?  Would you work... Read More →

How Apple is Trying To Make Your iPhone Battery Last Longer

How Apple is Trying To Make Your iPhone Battery Last Longer
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Anyone who has ever used an iPhone (or a smartphone for that matter) has experienced the phone's battery dying at not... Read More →

Students Sue Google Over Email Snooping

Students Sue Google Over Email Snooping
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A group of Californian students have chosen to take a stand against Google's email surveillance, claiming that it is a... Read More →