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  • newIs the U.S. headed toward a cashless economy through blockchain?

    Is the U.S. headed toward a cashless economy through blockchain?

    A former Federal Reserve executive believes it's only a matter of time before central banks adopt a form of digital currency that could look like bitcoin, and will offer a more convenient and anonymous way for businesses and consumers to buy and sell…
    - 2 hours ago, 25 Apr 18, 6:32am -
  • newWhy we love lawyers (well, OUR lawyers, anyway)

    Why we love lawyers (well, OUR lawyers, anyway)

    This IT pilot fish has spent the past year and a half helping his company's clients prepare for the European Union's upcoming General Data Protection Regulation, and with a month to go, it's been smooth sailing -- mostly."Over the last 18 months I've…
    - 3 hours ago, 25 Apr 18, 6:00am -
  • newChrome's Canary reveals UI refresh

    Chrome's Canary reveals UI refresh

    Google has introduced the first changes to Chrome's UI (user interface) in two years, focusing on the shape of the browser's tabs and other top-of-window elements.Available in "Canary," the rawest version of the browser, and so far only for Windows,…
    - 16 hours ago, 24 Apr 18, 5:03pm -
  • newHeads up: Total Meltdown exploit code now available on GitHub

    Heads up: Total Meltdown exploit code now available on GitHub

    Remember the Total Meltdown security hole? Microsoft spread the vulnerability in every 64-bit Win7 and Server 2008 R2 patch released this year, prior to March 29. Specifically, if you installed any of these patches:KB 4056894 Win7/Server 2008 R2 Janu…
    - 16 hours ago, 24 Apr 18, 4:33pm -
  • newGoogle weighs in on the future of Inbox

    Google weighs in on the future of Inbox

    To appreciate the way so many of us feel about Google today, we need only remember the words of perfectly adequate 80s rock band Great White: Once bitten, twice shy. (Go ahead, watch the music video. It's hilarious.)Those bleach-haired biker boys may…
    - 20 hours ago, 24 Apr 18, 12:52pm -
  • newThe missing cumulative update for Win10 1709 appeared overnight — KB 4093105

    The missing cumulative update for Win10 1709 appeared overnight — KB 4093105

    Late last night — on a Monday, mind you — Microsoft released its second big cumulative update for Win10 version 1709. This completes the triumvirate of second cumulative updates, since last week, on the third Tuesday of the month, Microsoft relea…
    - 22 hours ago, 24 Apr 18, 10:20am -
  • newWindows 10: A guide to the updates

    Windows 10: A guide to the updates

    The launch of a big Microsoft Windows 10 update like the Fall Creators Update isn’t the end of a process — it’s really just the beginning. As soon as a major update is released, Microsoft quickly gets to work on improving it by fixing bugs, rel…
    - 23 hours ago, 24 Apr 18, 9:18am -
  • new12 thoughts on the new Apple enterprise

    12 thoughts on the new Apple enterprise

    Apple’s growing place in enterprise IT means you’re already seeing more of its logos appear in meetings, conferences, and in the field. What do enterprise CIOs need to understand today as they make decisions for tomorrow?Complexity sucksIt doesn…
    - 24 hours ago, 24 Apr 18, 9:10am -
  • IDG Contributor Network: Is the Palm wireless smartphone coming back?

    IDG Contributor Network: Is the Palm wireless smartphone coming back?

    There always are all sorts of crazy rumors always floating around the wireless industry. One is that Palm is coming back, and that Verizon Wireless will introduce it later this year. That’s right. Palm, one of the two original smartphones. Before t…
    - 1 day ago, 24 Apr 18, 7:00am -
  • Mingis on Tech: All about Android security

    Mingis on Tech: All about Android security

    One of the many topics techies like to debate is whether Google's Android or Apple's iOS is more inherently secure. Sure, Apple has a closed system that makes it harder for iPhone users to get into trouble. But the frequent headlines about Android m…
    - 1 day ago, 24 Apr 18, 6:30am -

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  • KeepSolid VPN Unlimited (for Android)

    KeepSolid VPN Unlimited (for Android)

    KeepSolid VPN Unlimited is an affordable Android VPN that secures your traffic and offers additional protection to boot. It offers good speeds and a strong server selection, making it an excellent choice.
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  • Asus ROG Swift PG258Q

    Asus ROG Swift PG258Q

    The Asus ROG Swift PG258Q is a pricey 25-inch-class monitor that offers a wealth of features for gamers, including an ultra-fast refresh rate and Nvidia's G-Sync technology.
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  • CryptoPrevent Premium 8

    CryptoPrevent Premium 8

    CryptoPrevent Premium 8 has been fighting ransomware since the venerable CryptoLocker, but it's vastly more intrusive than competing products, and it proved seriously ineffective in testing.
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  • Brother MFC-L8610CDW

    Brother MFC-L8610CDW

    With solid output quality and speed, competitive running costs, and bundled document-management software, the Brother MFC-L8610CDW is a good choice if you need a color laser for a small, home, or micro office.
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  • Asus Designo Curved MX34VQ

    Asus Designo Curved MX34VQ

    The Asus Designo Curved MX34VQ is a 34-inch gaming monitor with a steep curve and some nice features, including a wireless charging base, gamer-friendly settings, and a powerful audio system.
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  • DJI Spark

    DJI Spark

    The DJI Spark is a $500 palm-size gesture-controlled selfie drone for the masses, but it's hampered by short flying time and an app that could be easier to use.
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  • TorGuard VPN (for iPhone)

    TorGuard VPN (for iPhone)

    TorGuard's VPN service is among the most comprehensive available, and it earns decent scores in our speed tests. Its user interface could use an update, however.
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  • TunnelBear VPN (for iPhone)

    TunnelBear VPN (for iPhone)

    TunnelBear is not only capable, but funny and friendly. And it won't get in your way. It's a good mobile VPN choice for those without much tech knowledge.
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  • Hide My Ass VPN (for iPhone)

    Hide My Ass VPN (for iPhone)

    Hide My Ass VPN has a cheeky name, but its web-traffic protection is no joke. However, its friendly, simple interface can't make up for its high per-device price.
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  • AnchorFree Hotspot Shield Elite (for iPhone)

    AnchorFree Hotspot Shield Elite (for iPhone)

    AnchorFree Hotspot Shield Elite is a capable VPN with the unusual ability to block dangerous websites. But it's still pricey for what you get.
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