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Word From Our Editor: Scams To Watch Out For On Amazon, WhatsApp And PayPal

Word From Our Editor: Scams To Watch Out For On Amazon, WhatsApp And PayPal
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Online fraud is on the rise and we’re all at risk... You’re too smart to be caught out by a scam, right? We... Read More →

AVG TuneUp: The All In One Solution To Keep Your PC In Top Shape?

AVG TuneUp: The All In One Solution To Keep Your PC In Top Shape?
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Optimise your Windows PC, Mac or laptop with new AVG TuneUp. Even the newest, most powerful laptops and PCs can begin... Read More →

Word From Our Editor: Our Top Five Tech From CES 2017

Word From Our Editor: Our Top Five Tech From CES 2017
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CES (the Consumer Electronics Show) is a colossal electronics and technology tradeshow that takes place every January... Read More →

Word From Our Editor: Eight Great Productivity Apps To Kick Start Your New Year

Word From Our Editor: Eight Great Productivity Apps To Kick Start Your New Year
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Too much food consumed? Check. Too much hooch drunk? Check. A bunch of tat received from relatives that’s now on... Read More →

Word From Our Editor: Five Key Tech Trends For 2017

Word From Our Editor: Five Key Tech Trends For 2017
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Well, that’s 2016 done. And what a crazy year it was! But we’re putting political upheaval and the seeming death of... Read More →

Word From Our Editor: The Best Free Photo Editing Software

Word From Our Editor: The Best Free Photo Editing Software
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It’s that time of year when we fill our memory cards up with a gazillion photos of festive fun and New Years’... Read More →

Word From Our Editor: CUJO, The Next Big Thing In Cyber Protection

Word From Our Editor: CUJO, The Next Big Thing In Cyber Protection
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Every now and then a new piece of tech comes along that stops you in your tracks and makes you say, wow, I need this in... Read More →

Word From Our Editor: Privacy, Security And VPNs – What The ‘Snooper’s Charter’ Means For You

Word From Our Editor: Privacy, Security And VPNs – What The ‘Snooper’s Charter’ Means For You
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Despite months of debate, outrage by campaigners, and a petition signed by more than 130,000 people asking the UK... Read More →

Word From Our Editor: Why You Need AntiVirus

Word From Our Editor: Why You Need AntiVirus
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If there’s one thing 2016 has taught us, it’s that it’s a scary world out there! Whether you’re a well-loved... Read More →

Win A MacBook Pro With Opera And FileHippo!

Win A MacBook Pro With Opera And FileHippo!
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New And Improved: Opera Version 39 To Hit The Web August 2nd Last month we at FileHippo joined forces with Opera to... Read More →

Move Over, Trello, Microsoft Planner Is Here

Move Over, Trello, Microsoft Planner Is Here
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With the launch of Planner, Microsoft's answer to Trello, some of Microsoft's premium customers can already take... Read More →

BullGuard And The World’s First IoT Security Scanner

BullGuard And The World’s First IoT Security Scanner
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The internet of things is awesome...and BullGuard aims to keep it that way by keeping hackers out of your connected... Read More →

Firefox 48 Beta Includes “Electrolysis”

Firefox 48 Beta Includes “Electrolysis”
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The developers at Mozilla have a brand-new feature to incorporate in their latest Firefox update, one that has them calling it the single biggest innovation the browser’s team has made. Read More →

Microsoft Puts Itself In Debt To Buy LinkedIn For $26.2bn

Microsoft Puts Itself In Debt To Buy LinkedIn For $26.2bn
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Despite cutting their losses in the smartphone market and trying to spin off 2014 acquisition Nokia into the night,... Read More →

Intel Warns Of Alarming Rise In Ransomware Attacks

Intel Warns Of Alarming Rise In Ransomware Attacks
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According to the European head of technology for Intel, Raj Samani, Ransomware is “rising at an alarming rate and... Read More →

TeamViewer Insists There Was No Hacking

TeamViewer Insists There Was No Hacking
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When news of a data breach occurs, typically the company whose information was hacked issues a statement to the effect of an ongoing cybersecurity investigation, informs the affected users, and Read More →

Has The Cloud Evaporated?

Has The Cloud Evaporated?
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Cloud-based software, typically licensed via a subscription model, became all the rage in recent years, as an article by Jeff Bennion for Above The Law demonstrated. Bennion points out several Read More →

Google Wins Java Victory Against Oracle In US Court

Google Wins Java Victory Against Oracle In US Court
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Google has won a major 6-year long court battle in the US against Java owner Oracle. A jury found Google had not unfairly appropriated code associated with the Java programming Read More →