Windows 10 upgrade: Where misunderstanding and confusion has led to “accidental” installs

To make heads or tails of the ongoing Windows 10 upgrade debacle I suggest taking a bird’s eye view of Microsoft’s predicament while making use of a litany of applicable quaint ... Continue Reading →

Xbox One S Image Leaks: Smaller, Slimmer And So White : CULTURE : Tech Times

Leaked images reveal the Xbox One S, Microsoft’s new version for its current-gen gaming console. Details regarding the Xbox One S were also revealed, including a 2 TB hard drive. Source: ... Continue Reading →

Facebook activates ‘Safety Check’ after Orlando massacre | Computerworld

Facebook activated its ‘Safety Check’ tool after the killings at an Orlando nightclub on Sunday, making it the first time the service was used in the U.S. Source: Facebook activates ... Continue Reading →

Media Companies Beware, the Ad-Blocking Tsunami Is Coming for You

Source: Media Companies Beware, the Ad-Blocking Tsunami Is Coming for You Continue Reading →

Recently confirmed Myspace hack could be the largest yet

You might not have thought of – much less visited – Myspace in years. (Yes, it’s still around. Time, Inc. acquired it and other properties when it bought.. Source: ... Continue Reading →

ABA, Trade Groups Press Congress to Pass Data Security Legislation | ABA Banking Journal

ABA Banking Journal, the American Bankers Association’s flagship magazine, provides insights on critical business and policy challenges and trends to help banking leaders succeed ... Continue Reading →
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What does protocol really mean in your data center? | Computerworld

Does protocol matter when you are building out your storage? Is it a hardware choice? Maybe a software choice? Source: What does protocol really mean in your data center? | Computerworld Continue Reading →

Twitter’s new “140” rules made simple – SlashGear

Today Twitter updated rules on which bits of your tweet count towards the service’s 140-character limit – there are new rules. This isn’t like your old Twitter. This is a brand ... Continue Reading →

Data Caps are coming, here’s what you need to know – SlashGear

Remember when you had to pay for the number of text messages that you were allowed to send and receive each month? It seemed pretty absurd at the time, especially when you consider ... Continue Reading →

Google wants to kill off passwords for logging into your Android smartphone | ZDNet

Google’s ‘Project Abacus’ wants to replace passwords and pins with biometric logins — and banks will do the initial testing soon. Source: Google wants to kill ... Continue Reading →
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