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Monthly Archives: July 2017

  • Best printers 2017

    Finding the right printer for your needs has to be one of the most frustrating experiences there is. Not only is there a vast choice of printers, scanners and multifunction printers (MFP) on the market, but there’s numerous varieties depending on the environment they are made for. Whether it’s a...
  • Donald Trump backtracks on Russia joint cybersecurity unit

    Donald Trump has backtracked on a proposal to work with Russia to create an "impenetrable" cybersecurity unit to prevent election hacking. Hours after promoting the idea on Sunday, the US president said that he did not think it could actually happen. The idea of a partnership with Russia was ridiculed...
  • Elon Musk Tweets Pictures Of First Production Tesla Model 3 EV

    Here it is, the first production Tesla Model 3 EV to roll off the assembly line. Tesla CEO Elon Musk tweeted earlier this week that the first Model 3 would roll be completed on Friday, and he took to Twitter once again early this morning to post two images of...
  • Facebook And Google Join Internet-Wide Day Of Action Battle To Protect Net Neutrality

    You might think that an agency such as the Federal Communications Commission would exist for no other reason than to protect consumers, but that hasn't proven to be the case at all when it comes to our online rights. You might be tired of hearing about net neutrality - and...
  • Nintendo Switch Joy-Con Keyboard Attachment Brings Full QWERTY To The Console

    Typing can be rather inconvenient with the Nintendo Switch, however, Cyber Gadget has a solution to this annoying problem. The company plans to release a keyboard attachment that connects directly to the Nintendo Switch Joy-Con controllers. The Joy-Con controllers snap into place on either side of the keyboard. The keyboard...
  • Google X Startup Dandelion To Bring Geothermal Heating And Cooling Tech That Harvests Energy From Your Lawn

    Backyards are not only a fun place to hang out, but could also potentially be a functional part of one’s household. Dandelion, a new start-up created by Google X’s secretive lab, plans to to offer home geothermal and cooling systems. Homeowners would be able to tap into the ground’s energy...
  • WWE Leak Unmasks Smackdown Of Personal Data For Over 3 Million Wrestling Fans

    World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) has received a black eye for an embarrassing data leak that could have (and should have) been avoided. It was not, however, and as a result personally identifiable information and other private details belonging to over 3 million WWE fans was sitting online unprotected and visible...
  • IBM's Legendary Model F Buckling Spring Keyboard Reinvented, Now Available To Order

    Mechanical keyboards are wildly popular among computing enthusiasts and gamers currently. However, hardcore and old school geeks alike will argue that the venerable IBM Model F, circa 1981 and sporting die-cast keys that must be forced down on internal buckling springs, was the best mechanical keyboard ever made. It was...
  • Motorola Moto G5S Plus To Debut With Larger Display, Premium Chassis And Dual Cameras

    Motorola has a big event scheduled for July 25th, and the Lenovo-backed company is set to unleash a number of new smartphones for the consumer market. Although we’ve seen numerous leaks concerning upcoming Motorola smartphones, there’s one that we haven’t heard much about: the Moto G5S Plus. Well-placed sources indicate...
  • Petya Ransomware Author Janus Cybercrime Solutions Releases Master Decryption Key

    Here's something you don't see too often: a ransomware creator unearthing the master decryption key for public consumption. That's exactly what we're seeing from Petya's original developer, allowing those affected by certain versions of Petya to recover their data, and developers the ability to create decrypters to make the entire...

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