Monthly archive January, 2016

The Best Gets Better: CCleaner’s Latest Update

The Best Gets Better: CCleaner’s Latest Update
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There are a few applications that every tech user--from the IT expert down to those who do little more than email and... Read More →

Firefox 44 Gets Official Release And Some New Features

Firefox 44 Gets Official Release And Some New Features
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The latest version of Firefox has been officially released, and users should be prepared some new... Read More →

200 Wikipedia Editors Back Vote Of No Confidence

200 Wikipedia Editors Back Vote Of No Confidence
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Nearly 200 Wikipedia editors have taken an unheard of move and have called for a new member of the Wikimedia... Read More →

Police Bodycams Infected With Conficker

Police Bodycams Infected With Conficker
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Love 'em or hate 'em, there is no question that law enforcement officers have a difficult job. They're rarely called... Read More →

US Military To Create Real Life Cyborg Soldiers

US Military To Create Real Life Cyborg Soldiers
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The US military Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) have announced the formation of a new research... Read More →

Shodan Browser Lets You Spy On Unsecured IoT Devices

Shodan Browser Lets You Spy On Unsecured IoT Devices
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Forget the saga of accidentally leaking your webcam to the internet, or that one school where the students' laptops had... Read More →

Google Paid $1 Billion To Be Apple default iOS Search Engine

Google Paid $1 Billion To Be Apple default iOS Search Engine
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Court transcripts leaked to the web last week have revealed that Google allegedly paid Apple $1 billion to become the... Read More →

Novabench Takes The Guess Work Out Of Tech

Novabench Takes The Guess Work Out Of Tech
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One of the hardest things for any hands-off tech user to know--whether a private consumer or a corporate client--is if... Read More →

Hacking The Fortress Of Antivirus Software

Hacking The Fortress Of Antivirus Software
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Your computer is only as safe as the antivirus software you put in place. What happens when those protections are... Read More →

Ex Firefox Boss Releases Open Source Ad-Blocking Web Browser In Brave Move.

Ex Firefox Boss Releases Open Source Ad-Blocking Web Browser In Brave Move.
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The newly released web browser Brave claims to be ad-free but how true is that? Brendan Eich, the former CEO of... Read More →

Cyber Activists Write Open Letter Against Software Backdoors

Cyber Activists Write Open Letter Against Software Backdoors
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Cyber activists from 42 separate countries have issued an open letter demanding an end to the global government efforts... Read More →

Twitter Update Leads To Shutdown

Twitter Update Leads To Shutdown
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You just don't know how important something is until it's gone... at least that's the sentiment from a number of... Read More →

Organized Criminals Now Have Productivity Software

Organized Criminals Now Have Productivity Software
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Don't you just hate it when your crime spree numbers are down due to lack of organization among your team members?... Read More →

The Worst Passwords Of 2015 Revealed: People Still Using 123456!

The Worst Passwords Of 2015 Revealed: People Still Using 123456!
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And so here we are fresh into 2016, almost a fifth of the way into the 21st Century. The internet and the world wide... Read More →

Skype Translator Now Supports 7 Languages

Skype Translator Now Supports 7 Languages
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Microsoft promised that Skype would soon deliver a real time translation service. Now it has. The downside? It’s... Read More →

iOS Glitch Lies About Your Phone’s Dead Battery

iOS Glitch Lies About Your Phone’s Dead Battery
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What is it with software bugs and our battery life? Can't we just have unlimited power--not the "take over the world"... Read More →

IBM Unveils Dynamic Pricing To Help Retailers Adjust Prices Intelligently

IBM Unveils Dynamic Pricing To Help Retailers Adjust Prices Intelligently
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IBM, the 114-year-old American multinational technology company, has introduced a new cloud service called ‘Dynamic... Read More →

Why Can’t We Get Education Software Right?

Why Can’t We Get Education Software Right?
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It never fails. A government agency--like a department or ministry of education, whether at the local, state, or... Read More →