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Mozilla has started with signing Firefox extensions – to combat toolbars and adware

This week Mozilla has started signing Firefox extensions , a move that should prevent adware, toolbars and other unwanted extensions to end up in the browser.

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Myce – Enterprise SSD Power Testing

This article describes the Power Testing Myce will perform as a standard part of its testing of Enterprise Solid State Storage solutions. As at May 2015, Myce has been publishing Enterprise SSD reviews for 2 years and in all this time, although we have provided, arguably, the most comprehensive reports on the performance characterisation of solutions based on the use of a world class OakGate Technology test bench, we have not offered anything at all in the testing of a drive’s power consumption characteristics. I am delighted that we will now in one mighty step move from the bottom of the class right to the very top, by offering the most comprehensive power testing ever seen in data storage reviews.

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Sandisk announces new SSDs that should compete with HDD prices

SanDisk today announced the new SanDisk Z400s SSD, a cost effective solid-state drive (SSD) designed to replace hard-disk drives (HDDs).

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Trick allows malware to execute with administrator rights on Windows

Unless users properly read the User Access Control (UAC) in Windows, there's no guarantee that malware isn't executed with administrator rights. Researchers have developed malware that can trick users into manually providing administrator rights to malware.

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Exploit kit discovered that actively attacks Asus, Belkin, Linksys, D-Link and Zyxel routers

Although cybercriminals mainly target vulnerabilities in browsers and their plugins, routers are also an interesting target. A well known security researcher has discovered an exploit kit that is actively used to attack vulnerabilities in Asus, Belkin, Linksys, D-Link and Zyxel routers.

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Microsoft releases Windows 10 build 10122 to Windows Insiders

Windows Insiders that have subscribed to the fast-ring update channel have received a new build of Windows 10.

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Millions of D-Link, Netgear, ZyXel and TP-Link routers vulnerable to critical leak

A critical leak in a component of the "USB over IP" feature causes millions of routers to be vulnerable, according to security company SEC Consult.

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OCZ announces PCIe NVM SSDs – up to 2900 MB/s and 700,000 IOPS

OCZ has officially revealed its first PCIe SSDs with NVMe support that are able to sequentially read up to 2900 MB/s and perform random reads up to 700k IOPS.

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Apple and Google: Don’t require backdoors in encryption software

Several large American tech companies including Apple and Google, and encryption experts have asked president Obama to not pass legislation in which backdoors in encryption software are required.

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HoloLens could offer you help when you’re stressed out

A new patent recently assigned to Microsoft reveals a possible new use for HoloLens and it sounds a lot like a Holographic Clippy.

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Microsoft’s TouchDevelop makes it child’s play to create apps for Android, iOS and Windows Phone

Microsoft's TouchDevelop makes it easy for everyone to create apps that run on Android, iOS and Windows Phone devices. Users report the site works so easy that even young children are able to create their first apps.

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Quarch Technology and Myce.com Announce Joint Partnership to Test and Review the Power Characteristics of Data Storage solutions

Quarch Technology, the industry leader in power testing and validation solutions and Myce, the world’s largest computer storage community that enables professionals to connect, interact and share their knowledge of storage products, announced a joint program to implement a world-class power testing bench for Data Storage solutions.

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BitTorrent Anonymously
BTGuard - BitTorrent Anonymously

Downloading music, movies and software could be illegal in your country, use BTGuard to BitTorrent anonymously

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Sony acquires company to promote Blu-ray as backup storage

Sony has acquired a company specialized in backing up data on Blu-ray discs. The company is allegedly trying to market Blu-ray as a backup storage.

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Cybercriminals use Google to distribute malware

Cybercriminals abuse a Google feature to trick users into downloading malware. Mails containing a link that apparently goes to Google.com actually redirect to a site distributing malware.

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DVDFab introduces iPhone backup software

DVDFab has released software for recovering data from iPhones. The software called DVDFab iFoneRestore can be used to recover lost data from iPhones, iPads and the iPod Touch.

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Firefox for iPads and iPhone now available to select group of beta testers

A select number of users can start testing Firefox for iOS. The test is remarkable as Mozilla has long been reluctant to submit the browser to Apple due to its App Store rules which prevented Firefox to use its own browser engine.

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“Netflix to use Bittorrent for streaming video”

Netflix appears to be in a hurry to start implementing P2P technology in its streaming video platform, possibly using the Bittorrent protocol.

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Adblock Plus releases beta version of Android browser

Adblock Plus has announced a beta version of a browser for Android that by default blocks advertisements on websites, except for some non-intrusive ads.

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The Pirate Bay loses thepiratebay.se and piratebay.se domains

The famous torrent site The Pirate bay has lost its famous domainnames thepiratebay.se and piratebay.se.

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42 USB 3.0 sticks tested – Sharkoon, Sandisk and Patriot top performers

The Dutch website Hardware.info has tested 42 USB3.0 sticks with capacities of 32GB, 64GB and 128GB.

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Panasonic releases first Firefox OS TVs

The first Panasonic Viera Smart TVs with Firefox OS have become available in Europe. The rest of the world will follow the coming months.

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Intel research: Users massively fooled by phishing mails – 80% fails test

Research from Intel reveals that it's still hard for internet users to recognize phishing emails.

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OCZ announces TLC NAND based Trion 100 series SSDs

OCZ today announced their Trion 100 series, a new SSD based on Triple-Level Cell (TLC) NAND flash.

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Paid virus scanners offer best protection for Windows 7 users

The German antivirus test lab AV-Test has tested a large number of consumer virus scanners for Windows 7 in March and April. The result concludes that paid antivirus products are top performers and worth their money.

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New Opera browser for Android speeds up internet on Wifi

Opera has officially released its Opera Max app for Android. In the latest version the tool not only compresses content that is downloaded over mobile internet, but also pages that are requested through Wifi networks.

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Microsoft tests copy/pasting with cloud functionality – CTRL C in the cloud

Microsoft is currently testing a clipboard with cloud functionality. The cloud connected clipboard copies everything to the cloud and synchronizes it to other devices.

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Advertisements based on browsing habits come to Firefox beta

In 2014, Mozilla began testing what they call Directory Tiles, which are randomly selected ads that appear when you open a new tab. They also started tests on Enhanced Tiles, which are derived from your browsing history. Yes, you have that correctly, the Firefox program keeps track of your browsing habits and serves up advertising based on the sites you visit.

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Windows Vista & Windows 7 PCs more often infected with malware than Windows 8.1

Computers running Windows Vista are more often infected with malware than computers with Windows 8.1 installed, according to Microsoft based on own research.

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First commercial free to air Ultra HD station to start broadcasting in September

Satellite operator SES has announced that the first commercial and unencrypted Ultra HD channel becomes available in September.

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LG demonstrates flexible 1mm thick OLED display

LG Display has demonstrated a flexible OLED display that's 0.97 mm thin during a press presentation in Seoul. With the prototype the company shows it continues to invest in OLED.

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New startup wants to use your USB HDD as cloud storage

Dutch startup Brease tries to raise money on Kickstarter to produce an USB hub that makes it possible to become your own cloud storage provider.

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Candy Crush Saga bundled with Windows 10

Everyone who has bought a pre-made computer has experienced the joys of bundled applications.  From antivirus trials, to games, to temporary installations of office programs, bundleware has been a bane to computer users for a dozen years and more.  One consolation for the home builder was the fact that you didn’t have to deal with […]

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Microsoft announces Windows 10 editions

Windows 10 will be released to the general public this summer. And today, Microsoft has announced the various forms that the new operating system will take.

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