Monthly Archives: March 2017

What to expect now that Internet providers can collect and sell your Web browser history

© Aaron M. Sprecher/Bloomberg After Congress handed President Trump legislation Tuesday that would wipe away landmark privacy protections for Internet users, we received a lot of reader questions about what happens next. The legislation makes it easier for Internet providers, … Continue reading

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Microsoft just took another shot at stealing hardcore Apple users

Microsoft (MSFT) announced on Monday that the Windows 10 Creator’s Update, announced earlier this year, will officially be available to download on April 11. This is Microsoft’s latest attempt to go for Apple’s throat and attack the core Mac user … Continue reading

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iOS 10.3 Problems: Apple Retracts iPhone 5, 5c iOS OTA Update Days After Launch

In a surprising turn of events, Apple just withdrew the iOS 10.3 over-the-air update for the iPhone 5 and iPhone 5c two days after the latest software update for iOS devices started rolling out. No reason was given for the … Continue reading

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Get the most from Windows 10 with these time-saving tips and shortcuts

A few efficiency tricks can make a big difference in your productivity. Here are some well-known (and not so well-known) ways to streamline your Windows 10 tasks.   Regardless of your industry, computers are likely leading the charge on how … Continue reading

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Still running Windows Vista? Here’s a wake-up call for you

Users of the Windows Vista operating system have been receiving warning messages from Microsoft for a while, but the clock is ticking down fast with just a few weeks to go: on April 11, Microsoft’s extended support for this operating … Continue reading

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WikiLeaks: CIA tools could infiltrate MacBooks, iPhones

A new series of leaked documents appears to show tools from as far back as 2009 that could infect Apple products. They required physical access. Armed with a fresh set of leaked documents, WikiLeaks said Thursday that the US Central … Continue reading

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Windows 10 Creators Update in the homestretch: Here’s what’s next

If you want to know how Windows as a service works, the blueprint is in plain sight. I’ve been following the progression of the Windows 10 Creators Update release with interest for the past nine months. As we approach the … Continue reading

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