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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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Firefox 35 now also vulnerable to Adobe Flash zero-day exploit

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

The cyber criminals currently abusing a new and unpatched vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player to infect computers with malware, have improved their method. The improvement means that now also Mozilla Firefox users are vulnerable to the attack.

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Microsoft Security Essentials scores zero points for malware detection in antivirus test

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

German antivirus test organisation AV-Test.org has tested 28 antivirusscanners and Internet Security Suites for Windows 7.

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FBI advises popup blockers to protect against ransomware

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Internet users who want to protect their computer against ransomware should install a popup blocker, according to the FBI in a post on their website.

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Microsoft reveals more details on Windows 10 Consumer Preview – Free upgrade from Windows 7 and 8

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Today Microsoft is revealing more details on Windows 10 Consumer Preview. We'll be covering the event live here.

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Spartan, Microsoft’s upcoming Windows 10 browser, to support Chrome extensions

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

The Spartan browser Microsoft is rumored to work on, will likely support Chrome extensions.

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Microsoft’s mysterious rumored device combines smartphone and laptop

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Microsoft is rumored to work on a new hybrid device that combines elements of a smartphone and laptop.

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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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WhatsApp issues 72 hour ban to repeat users of WhatsApp+

Posted by Seán Byrne

Previously banned WhatsApp users who attempt using WhatsApp+ again or WhatsappMD face a 72 hour ban.

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Warning: unpatched Adobe Flash Player vulnerability actively attacked

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Internet users should be warned for new vulnerability in Adobe Flash Player that is actively used to attack computers and for which no patch has been released yet. Visiting a malicious or hacked website can be sufficient to become infected with the malware.

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Whatsapp introduces web client

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

WhatsApp has introduced a webclient. Users can connect WhatsApp to their smartphone and are then able to chat with their friends through the WhatsApp website.

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The Piratebay coming back to life – shows signs of resurrection

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

The Piratebay website shows its normal search box and links again, however actual browse, search and downloads features have not returned.

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Samsung T1 500GB USB3 SSD Review

Posted by Wendy Robertson

In this day and age, everyone who uses a computer will require a way of getting data from A to B. For just a few megabytes, or gigabytes of data, a USB pen drive, or cloud storage will be sufficient. But what if you require to move around large amounts of data? Enter the new Samsung T1 external USB3 SSD, and this article I will show you how it performs.

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NSA had access to systems of North Korean secret service long before Sony hack

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

The American secret service NSA was able to access to sensitive North Korean systems since 2010.

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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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Office 16 will be released in the second half of 2015 – for mouse and keyboard users

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Microsoft has announced that Office 16 will be released this year. The Office 16 Suite will be more comprehensive than Office for Windows 10 and is best suited for PCs with a keyboard and mouse.

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Slysoft releases CloneBD version 1.0.2.7 – adds support for a different EAC-3 extension encoding

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Slysoft released a new version of CloneBD yesterday which fixes bugs and adds support of an EAC-3 extension encoding found on some Disney Blu-ray discs.

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BackBlaze 2014 hard drive tests results posted: 40% of Seagate 3TB drives fail

Posted by Kerry Brown

BackBlaze is an online data storage company that made headlines with their reports of hard drive failure rates at the end of 2013. They have now released a new study which examines hard drive failure rates in their data center for 2014.

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WhatsApp bans WhatsApp+ users, sends cease and desist letter to developer

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

WhatsApp has started to temporarily ban users of WhatsApp+ (WhatsApp Plus) and WhatsappMD, apps from third parties with a different interface and extended functionality.

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Whatsapp and Facebook Messenger to become ad supported

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Facebook Messenger will become ad supported and Facebook is currently investigating whether it will also add advertisements to Whatsapp, said David Marcus, head of Facebook's messaging products during a conference.

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Microsoft Research reveals phone charging system using light beams

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Microsoft Research has developed an idea to charge smartphones wirelessly from the ceiling.

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