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Facebook is Testing a New City-Specific 'Today' Feed for Local News and Events

Facebook is currently testing a new section of its mobile app called "Today in...", which serves up a feed of city-specific events, announcements, and local news, according to TechCrunch. The company is kicking off the local hub with a small batch of test markets, including New Orleans, Louisiana;...

Apple

Apple's Tim Cook and More Than 100 CEOs Urge Congress to Protect Dreamers

Apple's Tim Cook on Wednesday joined over 100 other CEOs in urging the U.S. Congress to pass a bill to protect young immigrants before the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program expires. For those unfamiliar with the program, DACA gives about 800,000 illegal immigrants who entered the...

Software

Check Linux for Spectre or Meltdown vulnerability

Devices running Linux are affected by Spectre and Meltdown vulnerabilities as much as their Windows counterparts. Development teams work on updated kernels for the various distributions, and users need to update browsers and other software to protect data against potential attacks. We talked about i...

Software

Find out if your browser is vulnerable to Spectre attacks

Web browsers are the main target for attacks targeting the recently disclosed Spectre vulnerability. For home systems, one could argue that web browsers are the major attack vector. Why? Because browsers connect to remote sites, and these sites may run JavaScript to exploit the vulnerability. Some b...

Hardware

AfterShokz Trekz Air headphones

Do you exercise or commute in magnificent isolation? Blocking-out ambient noise is the best way to immerse yourself in your music. If you're working out in a gym then that's all fine, but if you're out on a run in an urban environment, or commuting through busy streets and stations, you do actually...

Tech

Why You Should Try Switching Linux Operating Systems

If you’ve ever felt your current Linux operating system lacking in some ways, there are a number of things you can do to help fix this. It’s easy to adjust your desktop’s look and feel, for example, sometimes to amazing degrees. Switching regularly between different Linux operating...

Tech

The Google Docs Guide You Need for All Your Business Documents

You have many tools for creating and sharing documents. Report builders, document editors, and email applications all play a part in your daily duties. But have you ever considered Google Docs in earnest? Google’s own office productivity suite has features that can help you create, edit, and s...

Tech

You Can Still Upgrade to Windows 10 for Free!

Windows 10 is not perfect, but it’s a significant improvement on everything that’s gone before, mainly thanks to the three massive upgrades it’s received: the Anniversary Update, Creators Update, and the Fall Creators Update. Unfortunately, if you’re still using Win...

Tech

How to Disable OneNote From Pasting Source Links

If you’re a regular OneNote user, you’ve probably come across this annoying feature: when pasting text from a website, OneNote automatically includes the link to that site with your copied text. It’s worth mentioning that the feature does have its uses. For example, if you&rsq...

Tech

How to Gameshare on Xbox One

Gamesharing with a trusted friend is a great way to save money on gaming. You and a buddy can take turns buying games and both have access to them by switching your home Xbox. If you want to gameshare on your Xbox One, we’ll show you the process and note a few important points. How to Gameshar...


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