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It's time to fix Facebook, says Mark Zuckerberg

Mark Zuckerberg has made a modest new year’s resolution: to fix Facebook and make the world a better place.“The world feels anxious and divided, and Facebook has a lot to do,” the CEO said in a post on his personal account. “Whether it’s protecting our community from ab...

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Apple says all Macs and iOS devices have been hit by Meltdown and Spectre

Apple has finally spoken out on the Meltdown and Spectre security scare which has dominated headlines this week, with the company confirming that all Mac computers and iOS devices are affected – but also that it has already patched macOS and iOS to defend the operating systems against Meltdown...

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Review: OWC's ThunderBlade V4 Offers Blazing Fast External Storage for Professionals

OWC this week is announcing the newest member of its family of "extreme performance drives," the ThunderBlade V4. The ThunderBlade V4 is an external drive targeted at professional users who need the fastest possible speeds, and it packs four M.2 solid state drive blades into a single enclosure that...

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CES 2018: myCharge Debuts 20,000mAh 'All Powerful' Battery Pack That Can Charge Anything

myCharge, known for its range of external battery packs for charging Macs and iOS devices, is introducing a new 20,000 mAh myCharge All Powerful battery pack, which is capable of charging a wide range of Apple products. The All Powerful isn't as portable as the average battery pack, but it features...

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Apple Launches 'Back to University' Promo in Australia/New Zealand: Free Beats With Mac or iPad Pro

Apple today launched its annual Back to University promotion in Australia and New Zealand, offering the choice of a free pair of Beats Solo3, BeatsX, or Powerbeats3 headphones to qualifying students, teachers, lecturers, and educational staff members who purchase an eligible Mac for a limited time....

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Dashlane wants to automate passwords in 2018

Passwords are everywhere. You use them to sign in to operating systems and devices, web services, email accounts, computer games, audio and video chat services, or websites that you have user accounts at. If you are tech savvy, you know that it is important to use unique secure passwords for account...

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Game Saturday: Logan Kart

Logan Kart is a cart racing game for Windows PCs that plays a lot like Mario Kart. Mario Kart is probably the most popular fun-racing game out there, but it is only available for Nintendo devices. Logan Kart is a free game for PCs that brings some of the excitement of Mario Kart to PC. While the dev...

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8 Most Useful Keyboard Shortcuts For Beginner Eclipse IDE Users

This article was originally written for Eclipse Juno but has since been updated for Eclipse Oxygen. I recently had two pair-programming assignments, each in Java and each with a separate partner. Going into this without much knowledge, my first partner suggested using Eclipse IDE, and that turned ou...

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3DRudder Review: Can This Foot Controller Solve the Problem of VR Motion Sickness? (And Giveaway!)

Our verdict of the 3DRudder:Perfect for slower-paced flying experiences like Google Earth, where it feels like an entirely natural way to interact with the world. 710The VR community is split right down the middle, between those who enjoy the full immersion offered by “room scale” g...

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5 Fitness Challenges to Lose Weight and Get Healthy

A large portion of new year’s resolutions revolves around health and fitness. Participating in a 30-day challenge is an excellent way to get started on your goals while getting the guidance you need. These tests target different types of needs, from losing weight to exercising certain body are...


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