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Google posts Windows 8.1 vulnerability before Microsoft can patch it

Google’s Project Zero tracks vulnerabilities in software systems and reports them to vendors “in as close to real-time as possible” — a noble cause, no?

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Samsung packs quad HD resolution into a laptop that’s thinner than a MacBook Air

One of the most hotly anticipated laptops of 2015 is Apple’s rumored 12-inch Retina MacBook Air, a redesigned, slimmer and lighter MacBook Air version that should pack Intel’s faster and more energ…

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A Galaxy Of Possibilities Awaits You!

Star Wars™: The Old Republic™ is the only massively-multiplayer online game with a Free-to-Play option that puts you at the center of your own story-driven Star Wars™ saga. Play as a Jedi, a Sith, a Bounty Hunter or as one of many other Star Wars iconic roles and explore an age over three-thousand years before […]

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In Cuba, An Underground Network Armed With USB Drives Does The Work Of Google And YouTube

In a country nearly devoid of Internet access, the weekly distributors of El Paquete create a window to online content. Huddled around a laptop at the bottom of a stairwell in Havana, a group of three teenage boys banter as they skip between video clips and music. A fourth arrives with some ice cream, which […]

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Back up and access your files from your other PCs or mobile devices

Back up and access your files.   Unlike Dropbox, SugarSync® enables you to back up your existing folder structure. Access your folders instantly from your other PCs or mobile devices with our instant File Sync Technology. Automatically sync files across computers. Sync PCs, sync Macs, even sync PCs with Macs! Works the way you do Sync […]

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The Cryptex USB flash drive was engineered in the accordance with original sketches of Leonardo Da Vinci.

A Cryptex is a special container which has mechanical combination lock (rotating rings with letters or digits), which people used hundreds years ago to keep secrets. Inside the cylinder there’s a container, where you can keep piece of paper with secret data. Today it’s better to use a USB flash drive for data storage. The […]

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Looking for a new game? Like to blow stuff up?

30 combat vehicles unfold on enormous and detailed battlegrounds that feature a variety of terrain from open fields and forests to deserts and industrial zones. These unique battlegrounds offer a wide scope for tactical decisions from aggressive fast-paced thrusts to elaborate flanking operations and diversionary attacks.

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New Wi-Fi has a range of 62 miles.  Yes, really.

Once upon a time Wi-FI could barely reach from one end of your house to the other. Pundits scoffed at the idea that the Internet could ever live in cars sinc

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How to Turn an Old Laptop Into a Chromebook with CloudReady

Google’s version of Chrome OS isn’t available for users to install, but its open source base, Chromium OS, is—and CloudReady, from developer Neverware, makes it dead simple to install it on your laptop. No need to fiddle with drivers or find compatible hardware—just click to install. If you haven’t used a Chromebook in a while, […]

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6 links that will show you what Google knows about you

Want to find out all the things Google knows about you? Here are 6 links that will show you some of the data Google has …

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Armor for Android Outranks Industry Veterans: Norton, Lookout, Avast, Avg

Android Authority recently released its top 10 ranking for Android antivirus and malware software, naming Armor for Android as #4, ahead of industry veterans Norton Antivirus, Avast Antivirus, AVG Antivirus, and others. Notable, Lookout and McAfee did not even make the top 10.

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