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Last week, a very disturbing video was posted live on Facebook. The video depicted a Korean man murdering his eleven-month-old daughter. He then killed himself. All live. All on video. As soon as Facebook heard about the video, the company took it down. But by that time thousands of »04/28/2017, Steve Luck
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
Yesterday, Amazon Web Services (AWS) went down. The three-hour outage caused a lot of problems for customers on the East Coast using AWS (only the East Coast branch was impacted). Some of those customers included Medium, Quora, Business Insider, and a slew of companies that use AWS regularly. Additionally, the »03/03/2017, Alex Choi
It’s always interesting to see what Elon Musk is up to. In this writer’s opinion, he’s an excellent example of how a CEO should run a company - involved and always innovating. Musk’s recent innovations have included investments into solar roofs and batteries. So the next bit of news »02/01/2017, Paul Meyer
Gamers rejoice! The newest Razer laptop that debuted at CES this year has not one, not two, but three screens. The computer looks bulky at first, but that’s only because the one screen that you see initially actually folds out into two more - making this the first gaming PC »01/05/2017, Erwin Moore
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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
As someone that writes on a Mac laptop, I can honestly say that the keyboard needs a bit of improvement. Sure it’s thin and compact, but that’s kind of the issue when it comes to typing. Mac keyboards aren’t the most comfortable of all, but finding a keyboard that looks »07/08/2016, Michael Murphy
The world might be full of part-time bloggers, but make no mistake about it - writing for the web or writing in general is hard. If you are serious about your writing and want it to really take off, you have to stand above all others when it comes to »04/11/2016, Alan Vega
Fitness trackers are super popular right now, but some are starting to question the security of these trackers. At the same time that Apple is fighting a massive court case dealing with encryption policies and user security, fitness trackers of various types are starting to worry those that have »03/15/2016, Steve Luck
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Message synchronizer for Outlook Express is a powerful tool for synchronization E-mail messages database among computers. Message Synchronizer for Outlook Express helps you have one message database on several computers.
MING Network Monitor Home is a software solution for users who want to monitor Internet traffic on the home network, including instant messages (AOL, MSN, Yahoo, ICQ and QQ), emails sent and received, web sites visited, and files downloaded.
WeatherAloud reads weather forecasts and conditions aloud from over 7500 locations worldwide. Wake up to your local forecast, listen to hourly temperatures from your favorite vacation spot, or hear conditions where your distant loved ones are.
Shows you off a colourful plasma effect also known as Plasma Sphere or Illuma Storm, complete with beautiful space scenes and ambient music. Watch a space plasma object arriving from a galaxy far far away.
Fully automated PC usage/Project tracking software surveys the time spent on the PC. WorkTime gathers statistics about projects you work on, applications you run, documents you open, websites you visit and time spent for every of these activities.