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Microsoft: Windows 10 will keep you safe, and this is how

The reason Microsoft has given for pushing Windows 10 so aggressively is it wants to get users to a 'safe place'. Very altruistic. Although there?s no excuse for forcing users to upgrade in the manner that it has. Still, there?s no questioning that Window (feeds.betanews)


Apple is ?biggest destroyer of wealth this year?

We can add another award to Apple& (feedproxy.google)


How to monitor OpenFlow messages with packet sniffer

No description (linuxtoday)


Avast SafeZone Browser Lets Attackers Access Your Filesystem

An anonymous reader writes: Just two days after Comodo's Chromodo browser was publicly shamed by Google Project Zero security researcher Tavis Ormandy, it's now Avast's turn to be publicly scorned for failing to provide a 'secure' browser for its users. C (rss.slashdot)


The Pirate Bay Now Let You Stream Movies and TV, Not Just Download

An anonymous reader writes: On Tuesday, a new simple solution for streaming torrents directly in your browser showed up on the Web. By Friday, infamous torrent site The Pirate Bay had already adopted it. The Pirate Bay now features 'Stream It!' links next (rss.slashdot)


Very, Very Low Power Consumption

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Australia?s plan to make a digital representation of everything

Collecting and openly sharing data on just about everything in real time could help transform ecological research and economics, say its proponents (feeds.newscientist)


Apple's rumored 4' iPhone to launch with hot pink color option, report says

%09%09%09%09%09%09%09%09%09%09%09%09%09%09Apple is working on three different color options for the launch of its much-rumored 4-inch iPhone, including a version closer in hue to a hot pink iPod than rose gold, a report said Friday. (appleinsider)


With its mirror complete, giant space telescope on track for 2018 launch

After nearly two decades of planning, James Webb nears completion. (arstechnica)


iOS flaw lets hackers thwart lock screen passcode on iPhones and iPads

Isn?t that like everything? (feeds.theinquirer)


The Suicide Squad trailer remade with old DC cartoons is even better

No description (gamesradar)


Get the most out of your next vacation with these 12 apps

Maps, guidebooks and pocket dictionaries used to be regarded as travel essentials - but no longer. The digital age has lightened our luggage and made navigating our way around new places a whole lot easier. All you need is your smartphone or tab (engadget)


HTC?s new One M10 looks like another iPhone clone

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Bear with me, but I think Agent 47 is Archer

This is Agent 47 as he appears in the Hitman artbook (available as part of the $139.99 collector's edition). But I swear I've seen him somewhere else. (gamesradar)


Distribution Release: Scientific Linux 7.2

Pat Riehecky has announced the release of Scientific Linux 7.2, the latest stable version of the Red Hat-based distribution enhanced with scientific applications: 'Scientific Linux 7.2 x86_64 released.' Some of the changes in this version include: 'yum-c (distrowatch)


Ubuntu Linux in the Wild: How a French University Uses Unity

No description (linuxtoday)


Move over Tiger Woods ? here's Cyber Woods: Robot golfer hits hole-in-one during tournament

Quaffs oil at the 19th holeVids and pic A robotic golfer has pulled off a feat that most fleshy humans have never managed ? scoring a hole-in-one at one of the most famous golf courses in the US.? (register)


Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Is One Braaaaaaainy Mashup

Nearly seven years after the Jane Austen-meets-the-undead novel became a literary phenomenon, the film is even more potent. The post Pride and Prejudice and Zombies Is One Braaaaaaainy Mashup appeared first on WIRED. (feeds.wired)


Twitter's Facebook-style timeline could arrive next week

%09%09%09%09%09%09%09Completing the process of Facebook and Twitter doing battle by copying all of each other& (engadget)


Super bowl won?t make you feel super, even if your team wins

Communication researchers have created a unique way to watch the emotional dynamics of the game in real-time during this year's Super Bowl. (sciencedaily)




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