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Online advertising has changed. The ads that get the most attention today are video advertisements followed by native ads. Video ads are commonplace on social networks like Facebook and Instagram, and native ads are pieces of paid content that act like part of a publication but are actually advertisements. »04/21/2017, Alex Choi
If you want to play the tech game in Russia, you have to abide by Russia law. Those laws are constantly changing, as Google has recently discovered. A recent complaint by Russian search engine, Yandex, has led to the decision (by the Russian government) to demand that Google open up »04/18/2017, David Lee
Microsoft is officially cutting off all support for Windows Vista. Vista was never really the popular kid in the Microsoft sandbox anyway, but some people are still hanging onto it. If you’re one of those people, stop. Stop now. Update. Yesterday, all support for Vista ended. No more bug fixes. »04/12/2017, Tom Brook
Sometimes you just want to book a class. Simply. Without filling out tons of forms or calling people to find out prices. Google is on that. Google has recently created Reserve With Google. This service allows you to search for something using Google and reserve a spot immediately. Sound »04/03/2017, Jim Lewis
LastPass is a popular password manager that retains and secures passwords. A lot of companies use LastPass instead of issuing employees numerous passwords for a variety of programs. Today, LastPass got some ‘not so great’ news from a Google researcher, Tavis Ormandy. Ormandy discovered a vulnerability within the program that »03/31/2017, Paul Meyer
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Sonos is covering both the wall mounting and table standing market with the company’s new Playbase. The Playbase is something of a soundbar, only it’s wider and flatter and was built to sit underneath your TV. The white version of the Playbase kind of reminds me of the Wii base »04/04/2017, Alan Vega
Google has released its latest OS called (for now) Android O (the OS will eventually get a ‘sweet sounding’ name to go along with the rest of Google’s lineup). Android O introduces a few new features that Android users will probably like. A lot. But some of those features »03/23/2017, Steve Luck
Artificial intelligence in the form of phone assistance isn’t anything new at this point. Apple led the pack with Siri, but other companies have started to create these assistants too. The latest company to jump into the AI craze is Samsung. While Samsung tried creating an AI assistant a »03/20/2017, Steve Luck
The one thing that irritates me about the WiFi connection in my home is that it isn’t always reliable. If I wander into one room or another, the connection might drop. This irritation has led me to look into building a stronger WiFi connection, which has led me to a »03/06/2017, Alan Vega
Mozilla never really caught on with the iPhone crowd, but the company isn’t giving up. This time around, Mozilla has created a new mobile browser called Firefox Focus, which is, essentially, a stripped down version of a browser. Here’s what Mozilla has decided to do to capture that fleeting »11/18/2016, Steve Luck
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Super Socks5Cap like sockscap and socks finder, is a program that allows network applications that do not support working through proxy servers to operate through a HTTPS or SOCKS4/SOCKS5/SSH proxy server and Super Network Tunnel Client/Server proxy
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HyperTerminal Private Edition is a terminal emulation program that supports communications over TCP/IP networks, Dial-Up Modems, and serial COM ports.
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