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Monthly archive November, 2015

Has Microsoft Canned Project Astoria?

Has Microsoft Canned Project Astoria?
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Future of Tool That Brings Android Apps to Windows In Doubt Project Astoria, Microsoft’s code name for its Android... Read More →

Advancing The Tech-Diagnosis Of Head Injuries

Advancing The Tech-Diagnosis Of Head Injuries
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One of the hot-button controversies in all-levels of sports right now is the danger of head injuries. With the increase... Read More →

Retraction Of Papers Using Treefinder Software Begins

Retraction Of Papers Using Treefinder Software Begins
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Earlier this year, in a move so barbaric the public had to first wonder if they were reading an article in The Onion, a... Read More →

Official Mozilla Firefox for iOS App Released

Official Mozilla Firefox for iOS App Released
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Firefox, the 2nd most used web browser in the world has finally become available for Apple iOS devices. As FileHippo... Read More →

IRS Looks To Software To Prevent Tax Refund Fraud

IRS Looks To Software To Prevent Tax Refund Fraud
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The US government has a tremendous problem in its tax system--what government doesn't--but this isn't just about... Read More →

Belgian Court Gives Facebook 48 Hours To Stop Tracking Users Not On Facebook

Belgian Court Gives Facebook 48 Hours To Stop Tracking Users Not On Facebook
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Facebook given ultimatum to change or be fined €250k per day! On Monday, a Belgian court gave Facebook just 48 hours... Read More →
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New Tinder Algorithm Designed To Increase Your Matches

New Tinder Algorithm Designed To Increase Your Matches
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All made-for-television success stories aside, a lot of people have had some pretty rough experiences with the world of... Read More →

UK Talk Talk Hack Could Cost Company £35m

UK Talk Talk Hack Could Cost Company £35m
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Talk Talk's chief executive, Dido Harding, has revealed that 157,000 of its customers personal details has been... Read More →

Creator of BitCoin Nominated for Nobel Prize. But Does Anyone Know Who He Is?

Creator of BitCoin Nominated for Nobel Prize. But Does Anyone Know Who He Is?
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 The inventor of bitcoin, Satoshi Nakamoto, has been nominated for the 2016 Nobel Prize in Economics. Satoshi... Read More →

Google Offers TensorFlow As Open Source

Google Offers TensorFlow As Open Source
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It can be hard for companies with major-name brands behind them and shareholders to keep happy to put their money where... Read More →

Microsoft Cleans Up Windows Store Spam

Microsoft Cleans Up Windows Store Spam
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Anyone who’s ever spent some serious time looking through the Windows Store will have noticed one issue with it in... Read More →

Critical Adware Infects At Least 20K Android Apps

Critical Adware Infects At Least 20K Android Apps
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Way back in 1849, a Dahlonega mint assayer named MF Stephenson tried to convince Georgia natives not to fall for the... Read More →
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Mozilla’s Latest Update Offers Better Security, Privacy

Mozilla’s Latest Update Offers Better Security, Privacy
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One of the top three web browsers released an update recently, and its creators are touting one of its more... Read More →

Is The First Big Update For Windows 10 Imminent?

Is The First Big Update For Windows 10 Imminent?
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Windows 10 Preview members got their hands on the new build of Windows 10 for testing.  Rumors had been doing the... Read More →

US Govt Struggles To Control Software

US Govt Struggles To Control Software
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In typical "invent it all" fashion, the US government is struggling to keep up with the latest in software, tech, and... Read More →

Anonymous Hacktivists Posts Alleged ‘Real’ Ku Klux Klan Sympathiser List

Anonymous Hacktivists Posts Alleged ‘Real’ Ku Klux Klan Sympathiser List
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Details of just under 1,000 alleged 'real' Ku Klux Klan members and sympathisers have been posted on the internet by... Read More →

Amazon Opens Amazon Books in Seattle

Amazon Opens Amazon Books in Seattle
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In a new chapter, and a surprising turn up for the books, Amazon have opened up its own new bookstore in Seattle. The... Read More →

Microsoft Names End Date For Windows 7

Microsoft Names End Date For Windows 7
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Fans of an older Windows operating system have reason to feel the pang of nostalgia today: Microsoft has quietly... Read More →