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Monthly Archives: January 2020

  • Six disaster recovery pitfalls and how to avoid them

    Disaster recovery (DR) is the ability to return to “business as usual” operations after an IT failure, natural disaster, or other unexpected event, and is a key function of IT. After all, the IT department is responsible for maintenance of core business systems and for protecting their data, for providing desktop...
  • Intel Tiger Lake-U Busts Out Killer Single-Thread, Strong Multithreaded Performance In Benchmark Leak

    We've been hearing quite a bit about Intel's 11th generation Tiger Lake processors recently, and the company is tipped to launch the product line during the second half of 2020. Today, we're getting an early look at what kind of performance Tiger Lake will bring to the table when it launches. Benchmark sleuth...
  • Microsoft Preps New PowerLauncher PowerToy For Windows 10

    Microsoft released its first PowerToys for Windows 10 last year, and like with previous Windows operating systems, they are individual utilities aimed at power users. This time around, there's a new utility on the way called PowerLauncher. PowerLauncher is described as a quick app launcher that is meant to supplant using commands like Win+R...
  • Here's Why Windows 7 Is Nuking Your Background Image, And How You Can Fix It

    A recent security update appears to be messing with some Windows 7 PCs by replacing the custom background image with an all-black wallpaper. The timing of the mishap comes on the heels of Windows 7 officially entering retirement, leading to speculation that Microsoft is petty towards people who refuse to...
  • Motorola's Sleek Razr Folding Smartphone Gets A New February Shipping Date

    Everything old is new again, even in the ever-evolving tech world. Motorola has resurrected its popular Razr phone to take on the foldable device market. The Motorola Razr will be available for pre-order in the United States on January 26th. The Motorola Razr was originally supposed to be available for...
  • Microsoft Apologizes After Exposing 250 Million Customer Records In Major Privacy Facepalm

    Microsoft is coming under fire for a breach in customer privacy after it was revealed that the records of 250 million customers were exposed late last year. The data leak was initially reported on by security firm Comparitech, which found the information spread across five Elasticsearch servers. According to Comparitech...
  • Verizon, Google Partner To Offer Fios Gigabit Internet Customers Free Stadia Bundle

    Verizon has announced that it has teamed up with Google to give its Fios Gigabit internet customers the ability to play games on the Google Stadia gaming service. Verizon will offer new Fios Gigabit internet customers Stadia Premiere Edition at no cost starting on January 29th. The Stadia Premier Edition...
  • Trump Doubles Down On Apple Backdoors, Says It Has 'Keys To So Many Criminals'

    President Donald Trump has butted heads with the US Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) in the past, but when it comes to  use of encryption on iPhone handsets, he is squarely in the FBI's corner. Both he and the FBI want Apple to build a backdoor into iOS that would...
  • Valve Is Offering The Entire Half-Life Catalog For Free, Here's How To Get It For PC And Mac

    Valve has done something that anyone thinking about playing Half-Life: Alyx will want to take advantage of before getting into the new VR game. Valve has announced that ahead of the launch of Half-Life: Alyx, it is making the entire Half-Life series free to play on Steam for everyone. The...
  • Windows 7: The pieces are coming together for a PC rethink

    The latest worldwide device shipments forecast from analyst Gartner has predicted that 2.16 billion units will ship in 2020, an increase of 0.9% over the 2.15 billion units shipped in 2019. However, Gartner has also forecast a continued decline in the global PC market. Even after experiencing a return to...

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