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Norton Safe Web Listed on Microsoft Store

Norton Safe Web is a service developed by Symantec Corporation that is designed to help users identify malicious websites. Safe Web delivers information…

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Revamped Rainmeter 4.2 Final Release Now Includes UsageMonitor

Rainmeter is a free and open-source desktop customization utility for Windows, released under the GNU GPL v2 licence. It allows users to create and display user-generated…

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Apple tests Siri Shortcuts for iOS 12 based on Workflow app

This June, Apple’s WWDC 2018 had a bunch of interesting announcements. One of those announcements was the new Shortcuts app…

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Google Play Games testing new smart ‘Hub’ as Gaming News Feed

Mobile gaming rarely receives as much attention and coverage as it should. There are a huge number of developers working to…

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Anime series Kill La Kill is getting a video game adaptation 

First aired in 2013, Kill La Kill is a Japanese animated series produced by Japanese studio Trigger. The show follows…

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Researchers Buy 100 Second Hand Memory Cards and Recover Personal Data from Previous Owners

Researchers from the University of Hertfordshire in the UK recently did a study on the data that can be found…

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Groupon Up for Sale Alibaba and IAC Potential Acquirers

According to a report on Recode, Groupon, the Chicago-based company that pioneered daily deals and coupons, might be looking for…

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iOS 11.2 to 11.3.1 Jailbreak by Electra Successfully Jailbreaks 66496 devices

After the recent announcement of the release of iOS 11.2-11.3.1 Jailbreak for iDevices, Electra team’s website now reports that 66496…

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Gentoo Linux GitHub Repository Crack was Result of a Password Deficiency

Approximately a week ago, the Gentoo Linux GitHub repository was broken into by a cracker who was then able to…

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Chromebook with Detachable Backlit Keyboard and Fingerprint Scanner Coming

Detachable Chromebooks are not a new phenomenon. The popular HP Chromebook X2 was the first Chromebook to feature a detachable…

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Galaxy Tab A with Android Oreo 8.1 and Snapdragon 430 appears on Geekbench

Samsung’s Galaxy Tab A, released first in 2017, was a basic tablet with unimpressive hardware. It was designed only to…

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Microsoft Store Updated to Version 11806.1001.15.0 Now includes Departments

Microsoft has updated it’s Store app on Desktop and Phones to version 11806.1001.15.0 for insiders with the inclusion of “Departments” which…

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Lenovo Ideapad D330 10.1″ 2-in-1 leaked featuring 1.1GHz Intel Pentium Silver N5000 Gemini Lake

According to a report by NotebookItalia, Lenovo has a new convertible Ideapad under development which is being called Ideapad D330. The…

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SmartOS Announces New Builds Geared Toward VM & Cloud Server Administrators

Developers from the SmartOS project announced the release of build #20180705, which promises to help spread Solaris-based software on the…

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Security Researcher Describes Office Vulnerability that Doesn’t Require Macro Execution

Jerome Segura, a top security researcher who works with Malwarebytes, has figured out a way to get around security protections…

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Counter Strike professionals compete in Cologne for 300,000$ with a live audience of 15,000 watching

Widely regarded as the most prestigious Counter-Strike tournament in the world, ESL One Cologne will see finalists competing for a share…

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Samsung Galaxy Tab A2 and A2 XL leak shows no physical home button

Recent leaks and rumors by folks at Tablet Monkeys reveal Samsung’s plans of unveiling a range of four new tablets…

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Windows 10 Insider Build 17711 brings Auto Suggest for Registry Editor and more

As the weekend officially begins, the news is out regarding Microsoft introducing a fresh build 17711 for Windows Insiders on…

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Google Patches Critical Android OS Media framework and 43 other vulnerabilities

For an operating system as popular as Android, security is an area Google cannot afford to compromise on. For its…

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Nikon may launch two full-frame mirrorless 9fps cameras 24-25MP and 45MP

Nikon seems to be all set to get back into the camera business by launching a high-end full-frame mirrorless camera…

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WhatsApp tests Message Filters to Fight Spam and Prevent Phishing

Lately, mail spam messages containing suspicious links have become a common happening on the internet. WhatsApp specifically lacked any messaging…

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Sysmon 8.0 and Autoruns 13.90 updated to include Rule Tagging and fixes WMI path parsing

Mark Russinovich, revealed the features added to the updated versions of Autoruns 13.90 and Sysmon 8.0. The latest update to…

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Xiaomi Devices will get Better Bluetooth Audio with Android Oreo Update

The Chinese smartphone giant Xiaomi is giving its phones a huge boost in its Bluetooth capabilities. The most recent Android…

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Fujitsu and RIKEN Deprecate SPARC CPUs in Favor of ARM-based Architecture

Japan’s hardware manufacturing giant Fujitsu announced that they were field-testing a prototype ARM microchip that could power a next-generation supercomputer.…

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Netflix, Prime Video and Now We May Have Microsoft Movies

Anonymous sources have informed Windows Central that a new movies and TV app for Android and iOS phone screens is…

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