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LolaBelle
2 hours ago

I’ve been talking to my phone like an idiot, saying OK Google to it repeatedly in an attempt to get it to respond. Nope. Nada. It’s looked like a useful...

nbetolli
10 hours ago

What do I need to do in order to connect a Windows 8 laptop to a hidden WiFi network?

ehtan
10 hours ago

I saw an article talking about LG’s development of white OLEDs and how other companies are years behind as a result. Is OLED similar to AMOLED? The article...

no2apple
12 hours ago

No way of getting previous owners details. Restored and updated software could not go any further, wants owners apple ID! Any ideas ? What if person died...

jackson
14 hours ago

I have to do some work this week using iCloud, which I am not familiar with (I usually use Google Drive and DropBox). How do you share files with other...

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catamount
14 hours ago

Is there a way to get the Chrome browser to display the FPS (frames per second) of video content playing in the browser window?

bcastle
14 hours ago

Something that I was recently exposed to when I upgraded my home TV from a 32” to a 60” screen is that some things that used to look pretty good on the...

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ttopp
14 hours ago

Google just released the Android One, a mid-range Android handset with decent specs (4.5” display, 1.3Ghz quad-core cpu, 4.4 KitKat). Nothing too special...

Phil Johnson
18 hours ago
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We seem to be surrounded by software these days, but it's obviously been around now for a decades, affecting our lives in many ways. For you tech pros, in...

TheCount
19 hours ago

A lot of people seem to think TOR is all about shady or illegal activity, which it is not although they aren’t entirely wrong either. What are some...

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A study by Accenture finds that many organizations are putting big data initiatives into production and the vast majority of those that do are pleased with the results.
Hackers purportedly representing Anonymous hit Boston Children's Hospital with phishing and DDoS attacks this spring. The hospital fought back with vigilance, internal transparency and some old-fashioned sneakernet. That – and a little bit of luck – kept patient data safe.
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