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tswayne
3 hours ago

Avast released a report saying that they were able to recover data, including rather compromising personal photos, from used Android devices that had been “...

TheCount
6 hours ago

Microsoft has announced that Windows 7 will enter Extended Support status in January 2015. How will this affect Windows 7 users? Will there be any changes...

jluppino
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I’m about to head out to Europe and will spending time both on the continent and in Wales. Obviously I will at least need a European and British AC adapters...

PaxProSe
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I am familiar with and use the Tor browser when on my Windows laptop to try to maintain some semblance of online privacy. Is Tor sufficient to ensure...

catamount
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We were looking at changes in our website’s traffic over the past few months and have a disagreement. One member of our staff claims that a forum is...

Phil Johnson
20 hours ago
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Are you a software developer who was a particular attachment to a keyboard? What's your keyboard of choice for writing code and why?

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landon
1 day ago

How can I try a preview version of the upcoming version L of Android?

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LolaBelle
1 day ago

I know that Microsoft is a big company with lots of capabilities, but how did they take down all of No-IP.com’s domains? From what I’ve read, that wasn’t...

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jack12
1 day ago

How do FTP and HTTP differ in the manner in which they transfer files? Does one offer any significant advantage over the other?

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dbrown
1 day ago

I’m not very familiar with OS X, and after setting up a network with a Windows 7 PCs and a Mac, the Mac doesn’t see the PC. When I look in the finder bar on...

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Google, Dropbox and a few other high-tech firms have come up with a new way to help defend themselves against patent trolls.
IBM is pouring US$3 billion into computing and chip materials research over the next five years as it rethinks computer design, looking toward the future of computing, which may not involve silicon chips.
Microsoft has reached a settlement with domain provider No-IP to disable some of its domains, after taking control of part of its network to shut down a botnet.
Enterprises looking to cut costs of storing data can soon investigate a new service from Microsoft designed to save money by backing up information in the cloud.
Upgrades from Windows XP PCs to newer computers during the second quarter perked up the PC market, which inched closer to positive quarterly shipment growth.
More than 40 privacy, civil rights and religious groups have called on President Barack Obama's administration to provide a "full public accounting" of long-time email surveillance of prominent Muslims living in the U.S., following a news report detailing the spying by the U.S. National Security Agency and FBI.
Microsoft is continuing its dogfight with Salesforce.com in the customer relationship management software market with a new Dynamics CRM Online cloud service for U.S. government agencies.
Thousands of compromised computers are actively trying to break into point-of-sale (POS) systems using brute-force techniques to guess remote administration credentials.
Firefox's market share numbers are way down. Is it dying a slow death? Plus: A list of Skype alternatives for Linux, and Marvel Heroes may be coming to Linux.
The operator of a Tor server used by someone to download a pornographic image of a minor has been given a three-month suspended prison sentence by an Austrian court for abetting access to pornographic images of minors.
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