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The cost for Google Earth Pro is now zero -- get your free license key now!

There is an old adage that a fool and his money are easily parted. This is a motto that I follow in my life. I don't mind paying for quality, but I won't open my wallet for nonsense. With that said, you should always be wary when something is free; anothe (feeds.betanews)


What Windows as a Service and a ?free upgrade? mean at home and at work

Windows licensing remains a bastion of clarity. (feeds.arstechnica)


More Comcast customers write in, report name changes of ?whore,? ?dummy?

\Whoever chose to re-name me picked my account out of a hat.\ (feeds.arstechnica)


How to Change the Default Fonts in Your Web Browser

While changing your browser?s font may not be the most pressing issue, sometimes it is fun to make a change. That?s why we are going to teach you how to change the default font in Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, and Internet Explorer.Click Here to Continu (howtogeek)


Opera co-founder launches Vivaldi web browser

The technical preview of Vivaldi, a Chromium/Blink based web browser by Opera co-founder and former CEO John von Tetzchner is now available. The Opera browser is best known for innovations that Opera Software introduced to the browser, and while not all o (ghacks)


Critical Ghost bug could haunt WordPress and PHP apps, too

The list of potential ways to exploit Ghost has grown to include Web mainstays. (feeds.arstechnica)


Google makes Earth Pro available to virtual travelers for free

While we're sure Google Earth works just fine for your daily virtual 'round-the-world travels, the Pro version comes with some really useful features -- even better, it's now completely free. Google Earth Pro, which used to cost an eye-watering $399 ... (engadget)


How Americans Changed The Way Japanese People Ate Sushi

Sushi has taken on its own shape and form in the United States, but even before the first sushi restaurants opened up in California, America had an impact on the type of sushi eaten in Japan. During the American occupation after World War II, a food ratio (io9)


Microsoft tells big biz: No free Windows 10 for you, crack wallets open

Hey, insert credit card, check out our new update system, says RedmondMicrosoft has confirmed that, unlike your average Alice and Bob, enterprises won't get a free upgrade to Windows 10 when the new operating system is finally released.? (register)


13 hot new Superbowl commercials getting their game on right now

It used to be that you had to wait until Sunday to see the hot, out-of-this-world-expensive Superbowl ads on television during the big game each year. In our modern always-connected age of internet and sneak-peek over-indulgence, you can actually skip& (feedproxy.google)


There Is No 'You' In a Parallel Universe

StartsWithABang (3485481) writes 'Ever since quantum mechanics first came along, we've recognized how tenuous our perception of reality is, and how — in many ways — what we perceive is just a very small subset of what's going on at the quantum (rss.slashdot)


Google announces 40 new third-party integrations for Siri competitor Google Now

Search giant Google on Friday revealed that it will allow select Android apps to integrate with Google Now --?the company's answer to Apple's Siri digital assistant -- allowing users of services like AirBnB, Pandora, and Lyft to pull that data into (appleinsider)


Meteorite may represent 'bulk background' of Mars' battered crust

NWA 7034, a meteorite found a few years ago in the Moroccan desert, is like no other rock ever found on Earth. It's been shown to be a 4.4 billion-year-old chunk of the Martian crust, and according to a new analysis, rocks just like it may cover vast swat (feeds.sciencedaily)


Canadians Can't Watch 'The Real' Superbowl Commercials

After 20 years living in the USA, I'm familiar with the scale of spectacle that is the Super Bowl (Mike, am I allowed to use that word here?) The annual championship brings in an estimated 111.5 million US viewers, according to Nielsen. But it seems our b (feedproxy.google)


Windows 10 has the potential to save Windows Phone

Microsoft is trying to beat Apple at its own game (feeds.theinquirer)


You must have at least 8 inches for Windows 10 to go all the way

El Reg decodes Microsoft's size ruleComment The Windows 10 traditional desktop is a no-go zone for new tablets smaller than 8-inches across, according to Microsoft exec Joe Belfiore.? (register)


Wichita Police Respond To Request For Shooting Incident Details With A Handful Of Fully-Redacted Pages

So much for the power of open records requests. Sure, you get some scratch paper out of the deal, but otherwise, there's nothing 'open' about this shooting report delivered in response to the Wichita Eagle's request. (h/t to Techdirt reader Brig C. McCoy (feedproxy.google)


Marriott says it won?t try to use ?legal Wi-Fi security measures? again

It will also continue offering free Wi-Fi to some Marriott Rewards members. (feeds.arstechnica)


Elite: Dangerous (for PC)

Elite: Dangerous is a fascinating exploration of space that will endlessly appeal to some players and thoroughly bore others. (feedproxy.google)


AMD Radeon Graphics Presents: The Fixer 3

AMD has released another episode of The Fixer. Comments (hardocp)




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