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Why Windows 10 isn?t version 6 any more and why it will probably work

Windows 7 wasn't version 7.0, and Windows 8 wasn't version 8.0. Windows 10 is 10.0. (feeds.arstechnica)

Malicious Trojan now attacking password managers

A highly evasive trojan named \Citadel\ is now attacking password managers. It can bypass most threat detection systems to access sensitive data without the user knowing making it highly dangerous. Read more... (neowin)

Coming clean: Ten cordless vacuum cleaners

Incredible suckersProduct round-up The DIY market for power drills cracked going cordless years ago, but for domestic heavyweights such as an affordable vacuum cleaner, tripping over a six-metre mains cable has been a weekend tradition for most UK househ (register)

Philips introduces 75-watt equivalent flat LED light bulb

The marketplace for more-or-less normal-looking LED light bulbs became just a little more crowded yesterday, when Philips announced the dimmable 75-watt equivalent version of its SlimStyle bulb. With an output of 1,100 lumens, it's a significant step up f (feedproxy.google)

ESPN bans Twitter use for baseball writer who defended evolution

Keith Law gets into a Twitter debate with former pitcher Curt Schilling on the subject of evolution vs. creationism. ESPN confirms Law's Twitter use has been suspended but won't say why. (feedproxy.google)

How Google will dominate the future

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Barbie becomes a Debian developer and creates systemd

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Why iPhone 6s could get a massive camera upgrade, this week on The CultCast

This week: the next iPhone might feature a massively improved camera; Uber?s super bro culture gets bad press, but we want to party with their brogrammers; why we?re not so jazzed on Apple Watch apps; Steve Jobs drowns the first& (feedproxy.google)

How Exactly Has Star Wars Made $37 Billion?

The latest installment of Geek's Guide to the Galaxy looks at the massive business empire of Star Wars. The post How Exactly Has Star Wars Made $37 Billion? appeared first on WIRED. (feeds.wired)

RichEdit (formerly PrepixPad) Portable 3.3.3

A free code and text editor with handy advanced features. 2014-11-22 (freewarefiles)

New battery composed of lots of nanobatteries

Its batteries all the way down, until you get to the nanotubes. (feeds.arstechnica)

Mythbusters vs. Gorilla Glass

Gorilla Glass is touted to be toughest around. To prove how tough or break-resistant the glass actually is, The Mythbusters have taken up the challenge to test the limits of Corning's Gorilla Glass 4 in their own unique way. Comments (hardocp)

Judge Unseals 500 Stingray Records

An anonymous reader sends this excerpt from Ars Technica: A judge in Charlotte, North Carolina, has unsealed a set of 529 court documents in hundreds of criminal cases detailing the use of a stingray, or cell-site simulator, by local police. This move, wh (rss.slashdot)

Quartz OS aims to bring Material Design to the desktop

Quantum OS aims to build a new operating system based on Linux, with a user interface built on Qt and designed according to Google's Material Design guidelines.We plan to develop the desktop shell and applications primarily using Qt 5 and QML, which wil (osnews)

Doubling Saturated Fat In Diet Does Not Increase It In Blood

An anonymous reader writes: A new study by researchers at Ohio State University found that dramatically increasing the amount of saturated fat in a person's diet did not increase the amount of saturated fat found in their blood. Professor Jeff Volek, the (rss.slashdot)

The Internet of Things Is Far Bigger Than Anyone Realizes

When people talk about ?the next big thing,? they?re never thinking big enough. It?s not a lack of imagination; it?s a lack of observation. I?ve maintained that the future is always within sight, and you don?t need to imagine what?s already there. Case in (feeds.wired)

Best Android apps and games of the week: The Banner Saga and more!

It's been another week, and another batch of awesome Android apps and games are ready for the downloading. There's a big dose of communication apps this week, and a healthy mix of action, strategy, and physics games to dig into. Grab your closest Android (feedproxy.google)

Why is polling accepted in Web development?

For real-time communication, polling works. (feeds.arstechnica)

Fail: MPAA Makes Legal Content Unfindable In Google

Last week the MPAA launched a brand new website that makes it easier for people to find legal movies and TV-shows online. While Hollywood's answer to piracy is certainly useful, it's also lacking an essential feature. Due to poor coding skills, the site (feed.torrentfreak)

Lollipop causes headaches for old Nexus users

The Tame Apple Press is rubbing its hands with glee that Google?s latest OS, Lollipop, appears to break old versions of its%A0 flagship Nexus tablet.The BBC , which is a big fan of Apple gear, seems to have spun the story as if the bug broke all Android ma (channeleye.co.uk)

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