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The Pirate Bay is back

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

The Pirate Bay has started to offer torrents for download again. The site showed a timer that counted down to today, the first of February. According to rumors the team behind the site has slimmed down after internal issues.

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Ultra-HD / 4K Blu-ray Disc specifications leaked

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

A Japanese website has leaked the specifications of the upcoming Ultra High Definition Blu-ray format.

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Chinese government requires registration of mobile phones and computers buyers

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

In the "resistive" Chinese region Xinjiang buyers of mobile phone and computers are required to register themselves with the police.

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Lexar M10 Secure USB3 flash drive review

Posted by Antonis Sapanidis

Time to take a look on another Lexar flash drive, this time I will be taking a closer look on the M10, a drive that not only offers high read speeds, but also should be able to give you the option to encrypt you data. Continue reading this review to find out more about the Lexar M10.

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Malware spreads by CAB e-mail attachments to evade ZIP/RAR filters

Posted by Seán Byrne

Malware distribution is taking advantage of the CAB file format to evade e-mail filters and rules that block popular file extensions such as Zip and RAR files. In the example we received, the choice of infection is a Ransomware virus which is only detected by a product according to VirusTotal.

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Microsoft discontinues Windows RT devices Surface 2 and Surface 2 Pro

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Microsoft will stop manufacturing Surface 2 tablets. The company will fully focus on the Surface Pro 3. The end of the Surface 2 is another sign of the end of Windows RT, the Windows version specifically developed for ARM chips.

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Mozilla releases Firefox emergency update due crashes

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Mozilla has released an unplanned emergency update with version number 35.0.1 due to all kinds of crashes and other issues.

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MSI releases BIOS update that adds NVM Express support

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

MSI has issued a press release today announcing their current mainboards based on the H97, Z97 and X99 chips will receive an BIOS that adds NVM Express (NVMe) support.

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DVD-Ranger adds 7 new CinEx HD databases for easy Cinavia removal

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Since the beginning of this year, the developers of DVD-Ranger released 7 new database files for their Cinavia Blu-ray copy protection removal software CinEx HD.

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Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 has serious performance decreasing memory bug

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Nvidia GeForce GTX 970 owners complain that their graphic card's performance decreases as soon as more than 3.5GB VRAM is in use.

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Dell CEO: Windows 8 was a dud, Windows 10 a positive step

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Michael Dell, CEO of computer manufacturer Dell, thinks Windows 10 is a positive step after Windows 8, which consumers didn't embrace as much as expected.

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Free Microsoft tool scans files with 50 different anvirus scanners

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

A new version of the useful and popular Microsoft Autoruns tool has added support for VirusTotal. VirusTotal is an online virusscanner from Google which makes it possible to check files for malware by about 50 different antivirus scanners.

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New Toshiba TVs no longer made by Toshiba – TV manufacturers can license brand name

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Toshiba consumer TVs will soon no longer be manufactured by the Japanese electronics giant itself.

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10 Software applications you once loved, but now forgot about

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

The longer you've been in computers the more software you've seen come and go and over time you probably installed and uninstalled a lot of software. You might have used some applications for years and despite how much you once loved them, you now pretty much forgot about them. Here's our top 10 of software that was once installed on the majority of computers but now has become obsolete for various reasons.

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Microsoft confirms Windows 10 browser Spartan will support extensions

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Microsoft today confirmed the upcoming new browser for Windows 10, Spartan, will support extensions.

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Youtube switches to HTML5 based video player – ditches Adobe Flash

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Youtube has nearly switched to HTML5 video as replacement of the outdated Adobe Flash Player, the company writes in a blog on their website.

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“Bitdefender best antivirus software of 2014″

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

The virusscanner of the Romanian antivirus company Bitdefender has been awarded "best antivirus product of 2014" by test organisation AV-Comparatives.

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G2A compensates users from which Ubisoft revoked their paid license key

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

G2A.com has posted a message stating it will compensate users who lost their license key because it was banned by Ubisoft.

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Lexar M20 review

Posted by Antonis Sapanidis

Today I am taking a closer look on the Lexar M20, a USB3 flash drive that can also be used with your smartphone ortablet. So lets find out more about the M20.

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Gamers angry after Ubisoft revokes their paid license keys

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

French game developer Ubisoft has banned gamers from several games without a warning.

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Microsoft to discontinue Windows RT – also won’t be updated to Windows 10

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Windows RT devices won't be upgraded to Windows 10, however Microsoft will continue to update the OS for ARM CPUs with features of the upcoming Windows versions.

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Prices of 256GB SSDs to drop below $70 in second half 2015 – 25% price decrease expected

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

The general manager of SSD manufacturer Apacer, CK Chang, has stated in an interview that prices of 256GB SSDs will drop below $70 in the second half of this year

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BMW, Mini and Rolls Royce cars contain security loophole

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

BMW cars with the Connected Drive system are possibly vulnerable to a hack, according to the German automobile club ADAC.

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“Microsoft invests $70 million in CyanogenMod developer”

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Microsoft is allegedly planning to invest in Cyanogen, the company behind the popular custom Android version CyanogenMod.

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Microsoft launches free Outlook app for iOS and Android – and Office apps for Android tablets

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Microsoft today released an Outlook app for iOS and Android. The app is a modified version of Accompli, an e-mail app which Microsoft acquired several months ago.

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The Pirate Bay may return with less of its old crew

Posted by A. E. Wallace

Reports say The Pirate Bay will be returning. A report also says that not everyone is along for the ride.

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Who was responsible for the Facebook outage – hackers or Facebook?

Posted by Matthew Scott

Yesterday morning, Facebook suffered a major interruption to its service. This was assumed by the media to be the result of a Denial of Service attack, and widely reported as such. But who was really to blame?

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Apple takes first place in Chinese smartphone market

Posted by Matthew Scott

For the first time Apple has overtaken arch-rival Samsung to become the largest smartphone vendor in the rapidly growing Chinese market.

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10 Computer parts you never knew existed or forgot about

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

When you're above 25, you might have used computer equipment younger people never heard off, or even saw. Here's a list of those computer parts you might remember if you're old enough.

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Facebook, Instagram, Myspace down – LizardSquad claims to be responsible [updated]

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

The hacker group Lizard Squad claims to be responsible for a massive internet outage, which brought down Facebook, Instagram, Tinder, AIM, Hipchat and Myspace earlier today.

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Google asks American Firefox users to switch back from Yahoo

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

After Yahoo became the default search engine for American Firefox users, Google is trying to win them back.

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Windows 10 build 9926 released to insiders

Posted by Bavo Luysterborg

It has been almost 2 months now since the last Insider build, today Microsoft finally released a new build for everyone to play with.

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Internet Explorer won’t be fully replaced by Spartan browser for legacy reasons

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Microsoft has confirmed that Internet Explorer and the new browser codenamed Spartan will co-exist in Windows 10. According to the company it will keep Internet Explorer in Windows 10 for legacy reasons, mainly to accommodate companies.

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