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Starting with Vagrant on Ubuntu 14.10 - A Beginner's Guide

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DIY Speaker Build

There is something refreshing about a neat,%A0portable audio hack & (hackaday)


Logitech Keys to Go Review: The ultimate portable bluetooth keyboard

For those wanting an ultra-portable keyboard to use with your iPhone or iPad, but don\t want the bulk and weight of a keyboard case should consider the Logitech Keys to Go. (appleinsider)


Tim Cook chills the spines of swingers worldwide

'Watch will replace your car keys', Apple boss claimsApple boss Tim Cook has claimed that Cupertino's Watch, which will be wheeled out on 9 March, will replace car keys.? (register)


Microsoft Man: Internet Explorer Had to Go Because It's Garbage

The title says it all, but it's not something you would expect to hear directly from Microsoft. The company decided to completely jettison Internet Explorer from the upcoming Windows 10 in favor of its new Project Spartan browser. The main complaint about (hardocp)


IKEA will start selling wireless charging lamps and tables

After lots of perseverance from smartphone makers, wireless charging is finally starting to make an impact. Many big name phones now support the technology and companies like Starbucks are helping to bring it a wider audience. Now, it's set to receiv... (engadget)


Oracle Sues 5 Oregon Officials For 'Improper Influence'

SpzToid writes: Following up on an earlier Slashdot story, the Oracle Corporation has filed a rather timely suit against five of former governor John Kitzhaber's staff for their 'improper influence' in the decision to shutter the Cover Oregon healthcare w (rss.slashdot)


This Week In Techdirt History: February 22nd - 28th

Five Years Ago This week in 2010, we continued following the story of the school caught spying on students through webcams in their laptops, and the details were not looking good. Especially when we discovered the student in question was only guilty of (feedproxy.google)


Bypassing the Windows Lock Screen

Most of us know that we should lock our computers when we step away from them. This will prevent any unauthorized users from gaining access to our files. Most companies have some sort of policy in regards to this, and many even automatically lock the scre (hackaday)


Extreme weather events in our future climate

Temperatures will rise. Everything else gets complicated. (feeds.arstechnica)


Under US Pressure, PayPal Stops Working With Mega

New submitter seoras sends news that PayPal is now refusing to handle payments for Mega, Kim Dotcom's cloud storage service. A report (PDF) issued in September of last year claimed Mega and other 'cyberlocker' sites made a great deal of illicit money off (rss.slashdot)


As Big As Net Neutrality? FCC Kills State-Imposed Internet Monopolies

tedlistens writes: On Thursday, before it voted in favor of 'net neutrality,' the Federal Communications Commission voted 3-2 to override state laws in Tennessee and North Carolina that have barred local governments and public utilities from offering broa (rss.slashdot)


Regain your dignity after these embarrassing new job blunders

Starting a new job is an exciting adventure. But it's also riddled with landmines of potential awkwardness & (feeds.mashable)


How to use your Android to prepare for severe weather

Severe weather takes many forms. Blizzards, hurricanes, tornadoes, even haboobs can turn a regular day into a disaster, and if you're not prepared, it can turn from disastrous to downright dangerous. While you're stocking up the liquor cabinet, boarding (feedproxy.google)


Writebox Review - The Best Distraction-Free Text Editor

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3 new trends pressuring CIOs

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Folder Ferret 2 v1.3

A unique file management tool designed to manage by file type rather than file name. 2015-02-28 (freewarefiles)


The latest Mac mini is low-priced, but doesn't skimp on power

Desktop computers aren& (feeds.mashable)


Can Civilization Continue? An Earth System Scientist Explains

This is a good question, however I think it?s possibly something of a red herring. (livescience)


Waterfox 36.0

Waterfox is basically a 64-Bit version of Firefox. The Firefox source code is taken and compiled to run specifically for 64-Bit Windows computers.... [License: Freeware Requires: Win 8/ Win 7/ Vista/ 03 /XP Size: 57.4 MB ] (majorgeeks)




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