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Water damage and operating system are main causes of smartphone data loss

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Water damage and operating system are the main causes of data loss on smartphones in 2014, according to analysis of data recovery company Stellar.

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Symantec develops anti-hack jeans and blazer

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Digital security company Symantec and American clothing company Betabrand have developed a jeans and blazer with pockets containing a RFID-blocking fabric.

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LG starts sales of quantum dots Ultra HD TVs in 2015

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

LG will start sales of quantum dots based Ultra HD TVs in the beginning of 2015.Quantum Dot (QD) based TVs allow a wider color palette and improved saturation compared to regular LCD TVs.

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Elite Bytes updates MaxVeloSSD and introduces VeloRAM

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Our German friends from Elite Bytes have released a new version of VeloSSD, MaxVeloSSD and the first version of VeloRAM.

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Windows 10 build 9901 leaks – contains Cortana, new look, Windows Store beta

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Build 9901 of Windows 10 has been leaked on the internet and contains a lot of new features. The 3.8 ISO files is rapidly spreading on file sharing websites and we're happy to provide you with nearly 30 screenshots of this brand new build.

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Again Microsoft withdraws an update, this time for Windows 7

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Microsoft has removed update KB3004394 from Windows 7 systems because the company received many reports of Windows 7 users with issues after installing the update.

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Microsoft to end browser toolbar mayhem

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Starting next year, Microsoft will be stricter on toolbars and other software that make changes to a browser without the explicit permission of the user

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Judge: Telling users how to strip DRM from legally purchased ebooks is allowed

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

An American federal judge in New York has ruled that telling users how to strip the DRM from legally purchased ebooks is not contributory copyright infringement.

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Researchers: Android malware records phone conversations

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Researchers have discovered a spy campaign where both computers and smartphones are attacked and hacked routers and proxies are used to hide the identity of the attackers.

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Critical Internet Explorer vulnerability reported which might not be patched soon

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

After 7 months, security research organization TippingPoint disclosed a vulnerability in Internet Explorer for which no patch is available because Microsoft needs too much time to develop it.

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Intel DC P3700 800GB Enterprise SSD Review – An Awesome Machine Part 2

Posted by Jeremy Reynolds

Welcome to Myce’s review of the Intel DC P3700 800GB NVMe Enterprise SSD. This is the second NVMe drive we have reviewed and it follows on from our review of its awesome stable mate the Intel P3700 1.6TB. Is the 800GB version just as awesome? Please read this review to find out.

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Video demonstrates how cheap USB device hacks PC in seconds

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

An American developer has posted a video demonstrating how easy it is to gain full control over a computer using specially prepared USB device.

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VSO Software officially releases Blu-ray and AVCHD creator ConvertXtoHD

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

VSO Software today announced the official release of their Blu-ray and AVCHD creation software ConvertXtoHD. The software is the successor to VSO’s hit software ConvertXtoDVD and can be used to convert and burn Blu-ray discs from any video format.

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“Expect many more failing updates from Microsoft”

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

We should expect more failing updates from Microsoft, according to Windows watcher Larry Seltzer of ZDNet.

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Version 34.0 of faster 64-bit version of Firefox released

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Version 34.0 of Waterfox, the faster version of FireFox has been released.

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CloneBD officially released, get it with a 20% discount

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

The first public release of CloneBD is now available, the software can be downloaded by everyone starting today and can be purchased with a 20% discount.

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German police searches 50 houses for ebook piracy

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

The German police has searched about 50 houses in a case against a webshop where pirated ebooks were sold. The website has been taken offline, together with a related weblog.

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Microsoft update fails again – Exchange Server 2010 SP3 update withdrawn

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Microsoft has withdrawn Update Rollup 8 for Exchange Server 2010 SP3. One of the issues caused by the update was that Outlook 2010 clients could no longer connect to an Exchange server.

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BitTorrent to uncensor the web with Maelstrom browser

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

BitTorrent, the company behind the BitTorrent protocol and the uTorrent client is working on a decentralized browser based on BitTorrent.

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Piratebay co-founder: “It feels good that it might have closed down forever”

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Piratebay co-founder Peter Sunde, also known as brokep, posted a blog today stating he doesn't care whether the torrent site will recover from its current downtime

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Microsoft takes AT&T subscriber to court for illegal Windows 7 activations

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Microsoft has filed a complaint in an United States court against an AT&T subscriber for activating several illegal versions of Windows 7 and Office 10.

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Samsung 850 EVO 500GB SSD Review

Posted by Wendy Robertson

Allow me to introduce the first consumer grade SSD to implement 3bits per cell (TLC) 3D V-NAND, the Samsung 850 EVO range of SSDs. The 850 EVO range of SSDs covers 120GB, 250GB, 500GB, and 1TB capacities. The 850 EVO SSD that Samsung very kindly provided for review is the 500GB version. Let's find out how it performs in this review.

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Microsoft’s cloud based Office 365 down in parts of the world

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Office 365, Microsoft's cloud based office suite has been unavailable for the last couple of hours.

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Microsoft working on app and game streaming service Arcadia

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Microsoft is working on a service that allows streaming of apps and games from the cloud, according to ZDNet. It's unclear when Arcadia, as the service is called, will become available, Microsoft is currently looking for additional team members to work on the project.

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Microsoft releases preview of realtime translation software Skype Translate

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Microsoft today released a test version of Skype Translator, a tool for realtime translation of video calls.

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“Windows 10 to support 3D Touch technology”

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

References in the today leaked Windows 10 build indicate that the operating system might support 3D Touch.

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Piratebay online again at oldpiratebay.org – powered by Isohunt

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

A relative recent copy of The Piratebay has been put online by IsoHunt.

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Microsoft to reveal consumer edition of Windows 10 next month

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

During an event on the 21st of January 2015 ,Microsoft will present Windows 10 to the general public. The intention of the event is to present the consumer version of the successor to Windows 8, which likely be released in autumn next year.

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Public beta of CloneBD released

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

After CloneCD and CloneDVD, Elby has nearly finished development of the Blu-ray movie copy software CloneBD.

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Samsung 845DC EVO SATA 480GB Enterprise SSD Review

Posted by Jeremy Reynolds

Welcome to Myce’s review of the Samsung 845DC EVO 480GB SATA Enterprise SSD (hereafter referred to as the 845DC EVO). These days there is an air of excitement at Myce when we receive a Samsung SSD for review. The last Samsung Enterprise SSD we reviewed was the 845DC PRO, which uses 3D VNAND to deliver class leading random write intensive performance. With 845DC EVO Samsung now brings the use of 19nm 3bit TLC NAND (or 3bit Toggle MLC NAND, as Samsung prefers to call it) to the enterprise market. With the 845DC EVO Samsung targets the mixed/read intensive workload market segment, where low price, excellent read and reasonable write performance are demanded. The use of 3bit TLC NAND should give Samsung a significant price advantage but how will it perform? Please read this review to find out.

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Breaking: Piratebay taken down by Swedish police and it might not come back

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

The Piratebay has been taken down by the Swedish Police, the website might not come back this time.

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VLC for Android finally ready after 2.5 years in Beta

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

The developers of the popular open source media player VLC have officially released the Android version of their software.

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Seagate announces availability of cheap 8TB HDD

Posted by Jan Willem Aldershoff

Seagate's 8TB hard disk drive is now listed on several websites for about $267. The HDDs are sold by the "Archive Label" and are available with and without hardware based encryption.

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