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Euan Viveash

Euan McKenzie: Writer, Geek, Nerd, Scottish; Only 3 of those things are true. But these 4 things do pretty much describe this handsome young man from Scotland completely. With a background in IT, and Technical writing, he has been writing software related articles for the best part of 10 years, and he thinks he's quite good at it. Can you tell he wrote this himself?

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Firefox 44 Gets Official Release And Some New Features

Firefox 44 Gets Official Release And Some New Features
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
Nearly 200 Wikipedia editors have taken an unheard of move and have called for a new member of the Wikimedia... Read More →

US Military To Create Real Life Cyborg Soldiers

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

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

Google Paid $1 Billion To Be Apple default iOS Search Engine
Court transcripts leaked to the web last week have revealed that Google allegedly paid Apple $1 billion to become the... 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.
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
Cyber activists from 42 separate countries have issued an open letter demanding an end to the global government efforts... Read More →

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

The Worst Passwords Of 2015 Revealed: People Still Using 123456!
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
Microsoft promised that Skype would soon deliver a real time translation service. Now it has. The downside? It’s... Read More →

IBM Unveils Dynamic Pricing To Help Retailers Adjust Prices Intelligently

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

Filehippo.com Now Hosting Project Management Software

Filehippo.com Now Hosting Project Management Software
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 →

Microsoft Ends Support For Windows 8

Microsoft Ends Support For Windows 8
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
Ad blocking software usage in the US grew by 48% last year alone. Advertising is an everyday fact of life on the... Read More →

AVG Vulnerability Could Have Allowed Hackers To Easily Steal Passwords

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

Game Piracy Has Just 2 Years Left

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

Microsoft Ends Support For Internet Explorer 8,9 And 10

Microsoft Ends Support For Internet Explorer 8,9 And 10
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
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 →

Windows 10 Installed on 200 Million Devices Globally

Windows 10 Installed on 200 Million Devices Globally
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 →

AVG Chrome Extension “Web TuneUp” Put 9 Million users at risk

AVG Chrome Extension “Web TuneUp” Put 9 Million users at risk
The free Chrome browser extension, ‘Web TuneUp’ made and installed by Netherlands based AVG Antivirus has been... Read More →