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Wednesday April 26, 2017. 05:54 PM
RoboForm 8 Everywhere adds new features like digital inheritance and secure file sharing to the venerable RoboForm's password management and form filling capabilities, but it hasn't quite caught up with the top products.
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Amazon Echo, and the associated Alexa voice assistant, are wildly popular. This is fairly surprising, as you would expect such a successful product to come from Apple or Google. While the latter has since launched its 'Home' competitor, Amazon's offering still reigns supreme ...
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This week on Maker Update: an autonomous beach-roving art bot, Kickstarter wants your ideas, a project that makes kits for other projects, GUIs for Raspberry Pi, stipple ceramics, and Donald Bell shows you why digital calipers are cool. Show notes here.
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JoJo’s Bizarre Adventure is one of the coolest, most stylish anime series of all time, and it’s getting its own live-action film adaptation. Up until now, there hadn’t been much talk about the […] The post Check Out New Stills From The Live-Action Version of JoJo’s...
    Geek - Apr 26, 05:45 PM
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Even though the majority of companies will at some point experience a ransomware attack, most do not know how to appropriately recover from one. Here's what you should do.
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Even though the majority of companies will at some point experience a ransomware attack, most do not know how to appropriately recover from one. Here's what you should do.
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Even though the majority of companies will at some point experience a ransomware attack, most do not know how to appropriately recover from one. Here's what you should do.
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Enlarge / The Flex 2's module is super tiny and slides into this silicone band. (credit: Valentina Palladino) Samsung isn't the only company that has had deal with exploding products. A Wisconsin woman told ABC News that her new Fitbit Flex 2 activity tracker 'exploded'...
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Security updates have been issued by Debian (botan1.10, mysql-5.5, and rtmpdump), Fedora (collectd, firefox, java-1.8.0-openjdk, libdwarf, nss-softokn, nss-util, and tigervnc), Red Hat (httpd24-httpd and python27), and SUSE (kernel).
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48-volt electric turbochargers and motor generators can yield big savings. A $2,000 investment might increase fuel economy 20 percent. The post Why Cars Are Moving to 48-Volt Electrical Systems appeared first on ExtremeTech.
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Two weeks after Microsoft started rolling out Windows 10 Creators Update, the company has asked the users to avoid manually installing the major update. A report adds: But why? Because the update is causing problems for users. The first phase of the rollout targeted newer...
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The Tamron SP 70-200mm F/2.8 Di VC USD G2 lens costs much less than name-brand options. It's built tough and delivers crisp images, but is prone to flare.
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Sennheiser's HD 1 wireless earphones combine a luxurious leather design with some serious bass depth and sculpted highs.
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The rapid growth in numbers of IoT devices has seen them become a favored attack route for cyber criminals. This has left companies looking for a way to integrate strong security into millions of devices. To address this problem, security platform Mocana is launching a new...
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Orange County loses disk and flash fabber’s HQ as jobs go in transformation opportunity Western Digital Corp is moving its HQ from Irvine, Orange County in southern California to San Jose in the north of the state, with job losses in both areas.…
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National Geographic’s new scripted drama Genius has a great premise. Each season focuses on the life of an inventor or scientist, with the goal being to impart a deeper understanding of who the […] The post Genius Tells a Fascinating Story but Subtlety Isn’t its Strong Suit...
    Geek - Apr 26, 05:00 PM
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Google Assistant is already a great help in the kitchen when we need to convert something from pints to cups or remember to buy eggs on our next shopping trip. But with a new update to Google Home, it’s graduating to full-on sous chef.In a feature rolling out to users just ...
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Thanks to media streaming and cloud storage, many home consumers no longer need massive hard disk drives. Instead, a fast SSD with a lesser capacity can often meet needs. Of course that isn't a fact for everyone -- some folks still prefer local storage, and mechanical HDDs...
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The grsecurity project has announced that its kernel-hardening patches will now be an entirely private affair. 'Today we are handing over future maintenance of grsecurity test patches to the community. This makes grsecurity for Linux 4.9 the last version Open Source Security ...
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An anonymous reader shares a report: Over the weekend, I put together a little tool that scans executable files for PNG images containing useless Adobe Extensible Metadata Platform (XMP) metadata. I ran it against a vanilla Windows 10 image and was surprised that Windows...
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