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Friday March 1, 2019. 10:29 AM
Google recently launched the new top-level domain,.dev. When the TLD was introduced, pricing was a little out of the reach of most people -- there are few who would be willing to part with $11,000. Now, however, pricing has dropped dramatically. The crazy pricing was only...
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Thursday February 28, 2019. 08:34 PM
Being a Windows Insider can be very confusing these days. It used to be there was only one Windows 10 preview version to test -- the next feature update of the OS -- but now there are Skip Ahead flights rolling out which let users test versions of Windows 10 that won’t see ...
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Ah, the fanny pack -- one of the most controversial pieces of fashion. Many people decry this waist-worn bag as ugly and nerdy, but they are wrong. Actually, the fanny pack was just way ahead of its time. In the 1980s and 90s, people simply didn't have all the tech gear we...
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If you want to secure your future in the IT industry then it seems that blockchain and security are the areas you need to be in. A report from career marketplace Hired shows that in the past year there has been a 517 percent increase in demand for blockchain engineers year...
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Install the latest security software and most people would consider their system safe. Understandable as most modern suites cover almost every possible scenario from prevention against malicious software through to providing a secure way of interacting with your bank...
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Despite the fact that in recent months we've seen cybercriminals focusing their efforts on businesses, 68 percent of infections are seen on consumer endpoints, compared to 32 percent on business endpoints. This is one of the findings of the latest Webroot Threat Report,...
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Once you sign up for Amazon Prime, it's hard to imagine how you ever lived without it. Well... that might be a slight exaggeration, but it's easy to fall in love with the service. Now Amazon is giving would-be subscribers another reason to sign up, and an added bonus for...
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If you've ever tried to book tickets for a concert, festival or event you will know that it can be something of a frustrating experience, and bots could be making it even more so. New research from Distil Networks finds 39.9 percent of traffic on ticketing sites comes from...
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Are you plagued by pop-ups, susceptible to online scams or just frustrated by ad-riddled web pages that take forever to load? If so, then Malwarebytes may have the browser extension for you. Malwarebytes Browser Extension for Chrome 1.0.40 and Malwarebytes Browser Extension...
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A new study reveals that 87 percent of cybersecurity professionals believe separating privileged environments from corporate, internet-exposed environments is highly critical for protecting sensitive information. But the Privileged Access Workstations (PAW) survey carried...
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People -- well, investors and financial analysts -- seem to worry a lot about Apple. They tend to see Apple as either wonderful or terrible, bound for further greatness or doomed. What Apple actually is is huge -- a super tanker of a company. And, like a super tanker, it’s ...
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Public cloud adoption is growing fast, but it's not without problems. A new report from network verification company Veriflow uncovers a disconnect between network and other teams involved in the management and oversight of the public-cloud portion of their networks. IT...
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Apple gets a lot of praise for the length of time it offers iOS updates to iPhone owners. Manufacturers of Android handsets, on the other hand, tend to be chastised for failing to offer OS updates for anywhere near long enough. Bucking this trend is OnePlus, one of the few...
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It's the bane of any internet user. You stumble across a link to a fascinating-sounding article and click it only to discover that the site hosting the post is paywalled. Gah! The Medium platform is one that can include paywalled content, and there's good news for Twitter...
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Wednesday February 27, 2019. 09:29 PM
[Update] This build is now available on the Slow ring. Microsoft has released a new Windows 10 build to insiders -- Windows 10 19H1 Build 18342. This new build sees improvements to gaming that fix problems with State of Decay. There is also the new and much-requested ability ...
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If you are looking to upgrade your existing solid state drive or hard disk drive, Micron has a new product that may interest you. The '1300,' as it is called, uses the 'slower' SATA interface, meaning it isn't as fast as the fancy new NVMe options on the market. If your...
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Security researchers from Dojo by Bullguard have discovered a vulnerability in Amazon's Ring doorbell that leaves it prone to man-in-the-middle attacks. As well as enabling a hacker to access audio and video feeds in a severe violation of both privacy and security, the...
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Optimizing existing cloud use for cost savings is the top initiative for users in 2019 for the third year in a row, increasing to 64 percent from 58 percent in 2018. This is one of the findings of the RightScale 2019 State of the Cloud Report from Flexera. Among other...
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One of Google's current crop of messaging tools, Duo, is spreading its wings and breaking out of the confines of being a mobile app. Google Duo is now available to use online in a desktop web browser -- providing, that is, that you're using Chrome, Firefox or Safari...
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Thanks to the huge volume of stolen credentials now available online, credential stuffing has become a major issue for the retail industry. A new report from edge platform specialist Akamai shows that hackers directed credential abuse attempts at retail sites more than 10...
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