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Duolingo Announces 50% Female Engineer Hires, Internet Enraged

Duolingo Announces 50% Female Engineer Hires, Internet Enraged
A breakthrough for women in tech, but not everyone is happy.  It seems that all around the world,... Read More →

Walmart Files Patent For Shopping Cart That Tracks Shoppers Heart Rates 

Walmart Files Patent For Shopping Cart That Tracks Shoppers Heart Rates 
Walmart, the US shopping giant has quietly patented a new type of shopping cart called the "System and Method... Read More →

Avast Launches 2019 Antivirus Range [PLUS WIN AVAST PREMIER]

Avast Launches 2019 Antivirus Range [PLUS WIN AVAST PREMIER]
Avast adds brand-new features to the antivirus range for 2019 Avast has launched its 2019 antivirus software range... Read More →

Google+ Going Away (For Real This Time) After Massive Leak

Google+ Going Away (For Real This Time) After Massive Leak
Did you know it was still going? As social media platforms go, there are a handful of major players standing out from... Read More →

Google Challenges Record $5 Billion EU Antitrust Fine 

Google Challenges Record $5 Billion EU Antitrust Fine 
Alphabet subsidiary, Google, has appealed the record $5 billion fine EU regulators imposed on the tech firm earlier... Read More →

Your Essential Guide to Windows Drivers

Your Essential Guide to Windows Drivers
We've got everything you need to know about Windows Drivers. Most people who have spent any time working with... Read More →
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No October Windows 10 Update After Users’ Files Deleted

No October Windows 10 Update After Users’ Files Deleted
Microsoft paused rollout of Windows 10 October 2018 update due to reports of users missing data after updating. One of... Read More →

Facebook Could Face Billions In Fines Over Data Breach

Facebook Could Face Billions In Fines Over Data Breach
It's more bad news for Facebook. Facebook had to announce last week that yet another cybersecurity and privacy fiasco... Read More →

Vishing Attacks Rise 350%

Vishing Attacks Rise 350%
New report reveals alarming increase in voice fraud incidents. There seems to be no end to the number of ways scammers... Read More →

How To Speed Up Your Mac For Gaming

How To Speed Up Your Mac For Gaming
Is your Mac slowing you down? Try these top tips for a boost. Macs and other Apple products come with a hefty price... Read More →

9 Million Broken, Old Wikipedia Links Restored Back To Life 

9 Million Broken, Old Wikipedia Links Restored Back To Life 
Internet Archive project alliance with Wikipedia means that you can browse Wikipedia the way you were always... Read More →

Musk May Lose Tesla As SEC Sues For Fraud 

Musk May Lose Tesla As SEC Sues For Fraud 
A series of tweets prompt the SEC to sue Elon Musk over 'false and misleading' statements. Elon Musk and Tesla... Read More →
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Three Great Alternatives To PhotoShop: Image and Photo Editors for Mac

Three Great Alternatives To PhotoShop: Image and Photo Editors for Mac
Here are three great alternatives to Photoshop for Mac. Adobe Photoshop may have been the presiding force in... Read More →

macOS 10.14, Mojave Drops But Is It Any Good?

macOS 10.14, Mojave Drops But Is It Any Good?
So, the new macOS “Mojave” has landed but has it lived up to expectations? The answer is yes,... Read More →

Uber To Pay $148,000,000 Over 2016 Data Breach  

Uber To Pay $148,000,000 Over 2016 Data Breach  
This brings an end to one of several high-profile legal battles Uber is currently involved with across the world. News... Read More →

Essential Small Business Software That Won’t Break the Bank

Essential Small Business Software That Won’t Break the Bank
Whether it's for HR, CRM, or project management, small business software should be cost-effective and save you time and... Read More →

Facebook Breach Compromises 50 Million Accounts

Facebook Breach Compromises 50 Million Accounts
Hackers exploit vulnerability in Facebook's 'View As' feature to access 50 million user accounts. In the mad rush to... Read More →

Working Apple-I Computer Sells For $375,000 At Auction 

Working Apple-I Computer Sells For $375,000 At Auction 
An extremely rare working Apple-I logic board from 1976 sold for $375,000 on Tuesday this... Read More →