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Google discloses unpatched Windows 8.1 vulnerability that Microsoft doesn’t want to fix

Google again has disclosed details about a security leak in Windows 8.1 after Microsoft failed to patch it. This time the disclosure of the issue by Google is remarkable because the vulnerability makes it possible to attack the sandbox of Google Chrome, Adobe Reader and other products.

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DVD-Ranger releases SoundTouch 2 – Cinavia removal without database

DVD-Ranger has released a new version of CinEx HD that includes SoundTouch 2, their database-less Cinavia audio watermark copy protection removal method.

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Cinavia copy protection found on iTunes movies – no longer DVD and Blu-ray exclusive

Apple appears to have added the Cinavia watermarking copy protection to movies on iTunes.

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Chinese antivirus vendor cheated several antivirus tests – results withdrawn

The Chinese antivirus vendor Qihoo 360 has committed fraud during several antivirus tests of the three largest virusscanner test organisations.

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Popcorn Time sites soon blocked in the United Kingdom

The 5 largest ISPs in the United Kingdom have to block websites of two Popcorn Time forks. Also access to 4 "regular" streaming sites has to be prevented by the providers, ruled a British court.

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Rumor: AMD to release higher clocked Godavari APUs in May

AMD will release Godavari generation based APUs in May this year, according to sources of the Taiwanese website Digitimes.

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Russian government warns torrent sites for new anti-piracy laws

The Russian government has warned torrent site owners about an additional anti-piracy law that will take effect the 1st of May this year.

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TomTom cooperates with Mozilla on navigation on Firefox OS

Navigation software developer TomTom is cooperating with Mozilla and telecom provider Telefónica on making maps available for users with a Firefox OS smartphone.

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Leaked documents shows AACS-LA wants to shutdown Slysoft

An internal Sony document published by Wikileaks reveals the AACS-LA wants to shut down Slysoft.

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DVD-Ranger publishes old Cinavia removal solutions to proof technology is stolen

DVD-Ranger continues its fight in trying to convince users their technology has been stolen.

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Windows XP users get banned from iTunes

Windows XP users are no longer able to login to their iTunes account and in some cases can't access previously purchased movies and TV shows.

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New malware destroys HDDs master boot record and causes infinite boot loop

It's known malware developers perform all kinds of tricks to prevent analysis of their creation, but a new malware version goes further than before and destroys the Master Boot Record (MBR) of the HDD so the computer no longer starts.

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HyperX Fury 4x4GB 2666MHz DDR4 Review

Time to a take a closer look on the performance of the HyperX 2666MHz DDR4 RAM. Continue reading to find out more on how they perform.

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“Users shouldn’t trust on WhatsApp’s end-to-end encryption”

WhatsApp end-to-end encryption is incomplete can't be fully trusted, according to the German Heise Security after analysis of the popular chat client.

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Microsoft warns again for Office macros that infect PCs with malware

Asking internet users whether they want to execute macros in Office documents is a successful method for cybercriminals. Once the user executes the macro, the computer is infected with malware.

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Apple Watch doesn’t work well on tattooed skin

The Apple Watch doesn't work as intended on tattooed arms, the tattoos confuse the wrist detection feature of the watch.

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“Apple scrambles iTunes tracks of artists exclusively launching on Jay-Z’s Tidal streaming service”

Apple deliberately delayed updates of the iOS app of the new music streaming service Tidal, to crush the service in preparation on the launch of its own music streaming service Beats Music, according to the New York Post.

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Microsoft’s PlayReady 3.0 DRM only displays 4K content on new PCs

Microsoft is working on version 3.0 of its PlayReady DRM technology. This technology should make it possible to playback protected 4K content but only works on hardware that supports the PlayReady 3.0 DRM technology.

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DVDFab releases PC Backup software

DVDFab, best known from their movie backup software, has added a PC Backup application to their product line. The software can also be used to clone a disk to e.g. migrate to a SSD.

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Blu-ray Disc Association: DVD-Ranger replaces audio stream to remove Cinavia (updated)

Documents leaked in the Sony hack reveal that the Blu-ray Disc Association (BDA) believes that DVD-Ranger's Cinavia removal tool CinEx HD "replaces marked audio streams with unmarked streams".

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Microsoft releases 34 optional updates for Windows

Microsoft has released 34 optional updates for Windows, most of them for Windows 8.1.

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Microsoft protects Windows 10 with Device Guard

Microsoft has announced a new security measure for Windows 10 that should protect computers and laptops against malware.

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Microsoft argues Windows 8 failed due to culture of secrecy

Joe Belfiore, in charge of Windows at Microsoft, has stated that Windows 8 never became popular because secrecy was the dominant cultural theme in Microsoft at the time the operating system was developed.

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Microsoft abandons Windows Media Center

Windows Media Center has been slowly dying from neglect for five or six years now, barely managing to survive as a niche product for its small band of fanatical users. Now it will be no longer part of Windows 10.

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This is the new logo of Microsoft’s new browser that replaces Internet Explorer

Microsoft's new browser Edge, previously known as Spartan, will get an icon that is similar to Internet Explorer's blue "e".

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German music industry succeeds in shutting down 3 large Bittorrent trackers

BVMI, a German organisation representing the music industry, has been able to shut down three large Bittorrent trackers.

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Chinese website leaks Windows 10 build 10102 screenshots, introduces 3D effects on live tiles

The Chinese website ITHome has leaked several screenshots of Windows 10 Technical Preview build 10102 which is not officially available (yet).

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Grooveshark possibly has to pay $150,000 per song for copyright violations

Music streaming service Grooveshark possibly has to pay 736 million dollar in damages to the American music industry after a judge ruled the company violated copyright on 5,000 songs "willful" and "in bad faith".

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Samsung 840 EVO SSD performance fix released – Samsung limits downloads

A firmware update for Samsung 840 EVO SSDs that should finally resolve performance issues with the drives is slowly released to users.

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iPhone survives 5000 foot fall from an airplane

An iPhone pretty much survived a drop of 1500 meters (5000 foot) when a pilot of a light aircraft accidently dropped the phone.

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Leaked AACS-LA email: No publicity on DVDFab lawsuit

The Sony documents published by Wikileaks reveal that the AACS-LA didn't want to seek publicity on their victory in the DVDFab case.

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Version 8.0 of free burning software BurnAware released

BurnAware have released version 8.0 of their CD, DVD and Blu-ray burn software.

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Mozilla releases emergency patch for Firefox due Google Maps issues

Mozilla has released an emergency patch for Firefox because of an issue that causes Google Maps to render incorrectly.

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