Monthly archive May, 2015

Emsisoft Announces Release of Anti-Malware 10 and Internet Security 10

Emsisoft Announces Release of Anti-Malware 10 and Internet Security 10
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Emsisoft has announced the release of Emsisoft Internet Security 10 and Emsisoft Anti-Malware 10. The biggest news of... Read More →

Hilarious Pics That Prove Sports And Comedy Go Together

Hilarious Pics That Prove Sports And Comedy Go Together
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The internet is a veritable cesspool of scary photos, offensive images, and otherwise crazy documented events. But... Read More →

Dropbox Acquires Umano

Dropbox Acquires Umano
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On May 12th, 2015, Dropbox acquired Umano, a startup that provides voice actors who read content that can be recorded... Read More →

Not-To-Be-Missed Features In The New Flash Player Update

Not-To-Be-Missed Features In The New Flash Player Update
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Having to update your Flash Player has actually become a joke in pop culture ("How come the good guys with the laptop... Read More →

Firefox OS Smartphone Launch Has Commenced in Africa

Firefox OS Smartphone Launch Has Commenced in Africa
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Smartphones running the open-source Firefox OS have started shipping in Senegal and Madagascar. The Orange Klif, a 3G... Read More →

Microsoft Confirms Windows 10 Is The End Of The Line

Microsoft Confirms Windows 10 Is The End Of The Line
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Sorry Windows fans, it looks like we're all going to have to come to grips with the fact the Windows 10 is the end of... Read More →

New Updates For RogueKiller Make It More Effective Against Malware

New Updates For RogueKiller Make It More Effective Against Malware
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If you're logging on these days (especially from a public hotspot or other unsecured connection) and you don't have... Read More →

Pantheon And NodeSquirrel Join Forces

Pantheon And NodeSquirrel Join Forces
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Pantheon, a popular website management platform for Drupal and Wordpress, announced today that they have acquired... Read More →

Deadly New Rombertik Malware Destroys Your Computer And Itself

Deadly New Rombertik Malware Destroys Your Computer And Itself
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As a general rule, computer viruses pretty much suck. Most of them sneak in, infiltrate your hard drive, and run... Read More →

When People Love Their Pets A Little Too Much

When People Love Their Pets A Little Too Much
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Who would have ever imagined that there's such a thing as loving your pet TOO much? After all, our animal companions... Read More →

Enterprise Linux 6 Customers Receive Beta 6.7 Update

Enterprise Linux 6 Customers Receive Beta 6.7 Update
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Red Hat has beta released Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6.7 on May 5th, 2015, an update for the firm's Enterprise... Read More →

Who Needs Photoshop? These Pics Prove Timing Is Everything!

Who Needs Photoshop? These Pics Prove Timing Is Everything!
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In the day of Photoshop--not to point fingers and even suggest that the graphic artists who manipulate digital images... Read More →

EMC Responds To Customer Demand, Make ViPR Controller Product Free

EMC Responds To Customer Demand, Make ViPR Controller Product Free
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EMC has responded to customer demand by making their software-defined ViPR product available for free through an open... Read More →

Adobe Updates Lightroom With New Android Features And More

Adobe Updates Lightroom With New Android Features And More
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Adobe recently unveiled huge updates to its Creative Cloud Photography Plan - a $10 per month subscription to... Read More →

Office 365 Can Now Tackle Bigger Files

Office 365 Can Now Tackle Bigger Files
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There's good news for Office 365 fans: email files, once limited to 25 MB, can now be as large as 150 MB, an important... Read More →

Microsoft Pulling Support For SQL Server 2005

Microsoft Pulling Support For SQL Server 2005
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Microsoft recently reminded SQL Server 2005 users that time is running out and support for the product would cease on... Read More →

Chrome Launcher 2.0 Gets Google Now

Chrome Launcher 2.0 Gets Google Now
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What is Google Now? Well, it's a way for Google to give you information it thinks you want based on information you've... Read More →

Chrome Will Block Oracle’s Java Plugin By Default In Version 42

Chrome Will Block Oracle’s Java Plugin By Default In Version 42
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A recently released Chrome update, Chrome 42, no longer supports Oracle’s Java plugin, bringing to the forefront... Read More →