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Monthly archive January, 2016

A Higher Calling For Open-Source Software

A Higher Calling For Open-Source Software
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Open-source software--or at least the concept that drives it, a world where coding expertise and technology are... Read More →

Filehippo.com Now Hosting Project Management Software

Filehippo.com Now Hosting Project Management Software
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We thought we might try something a bit different this year and kick off 2016 with a new addition to our site: Project... Read More →

Nest Software Glitch Deactivated Users’ Thermostats

Nest Software Glitch Deactivated Users’ Thermostats
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With the recent winter heat wave in much of the US safely behind us, now's the time for all the social media posts... Read More →

Microsoft Ends Support For Windows 8

Microsoft Ends Support For Windows 8
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There was a plethora of news released by Microsoft on Tuesday. As well as Tuesday January 12 being the first patch... Read More →

Forbes Asks Online Readers To Disable Ad Blockers Then Hands Out Malware

Forbes Asks Online Readers To Disable Ad Blockers Then Hands Out Malware
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Ad blocking software usage in the US grew by 48% last year alone. Advertising is an everyday fact of life on the... Read More →

PotPlayer Media Player Does It All

PotPlayer Media Player Does It All
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In an effort to provide the best multimedia experience possible for tech users of every need, a lot of developers have... Read More →

AVG Vulnerability Could Have Allowed Hackers To Easily Steal Passwords

AVG Vulnerability Could Have Allowed Hackers To Easily Steal Passwords
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Google security researcher Tavis Ormandy has taken AVG developers to task over genuine security risks that could have... Read More →

Update Your iPhone And Get Some Zzzzzzs

Update Your iPhone And Get Some Zzzzzzs
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In the race to put out the latest and greatest in technological innovation, there are a handful of times when... Read More →

Tesla Update Is One Step Closer To Fully Autonomous Cars

Tesla Update Is One Step Closer To Fully Autonomous Cars
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The original vision for self-driving cars--and we mean Disney's EPCOT center or the World's Fair, not Google's vision... Read More →

Game Piracy Has Just 2 Years Left

Game Piracy Has Just 2 Years Left
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The founder of the infamous Chinese based cracking forum 3DM has said that the days of people playing pirated games are... Read More →

Who Needs Privacy Anymore? Apparently, No One.

Who Needs Privacy Anymore? Apparently, No One.
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The Consumer Electronics Show, or CES, is underway in Las Vegas, and it's already had its fair share of attention. With... Read More →

Microsoft Ends Support For Internet Explorer 8,9 And 10

Microsoft Ends Support For Internet Explorer 8,9 And 10
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Redmond tech giant, Microsoft has finally decided to kill off its older versions of Internet Explorer. Support for IE... Read More →

Ian Murdock, Debian Linux Founder Dies Aged 42

Ian Murdock, Debian Linux Founder Dies Aged 42
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Debian GNU/Linux founder Ian Murdock has died. He was just 42. The world at large became aware of his passing via a... Read More →

Is It Bach, Or Sony’s AI?

Is It Bach, Or Sony’s AI?
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If you want your kid to do well in math, experts have long said that studying music may be the way to go. A new... Read More →

BlackBerry Builds Software To Power SelfDriving Cars

BlackBerry Builds Software To Power SelfDriving Cars
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While their phones may no longer be the go-to device of connected individuals everywhere, BlackBerry is far from done... Read More →

Ed Tech: Screen Readers For Visually Impaired Students

Ed Tech: Screen Readers For Visually Impaired Students
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Technology was supposed to be one of the great equalizers in education, specifically in the realm of providing digital... Read More →

Windows 10 Installed on 200 Million Devices Globally

Windows 10 Installed on 200 Million Devices Globally
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Windows 10, Microsoft’s flagship OS is now active on more than 200,000,000 devices monthly. This is big news for the... Read More →

Geofencing No-Fly Zones For Drones

Geofencing No-Fly Zones For Drones
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Drones are pretty cool, when you think about it. Despite their current pop status as a hobbyist tool and source of... Read More →