Monthly Archives: October 2017

Google is locking people out of documents, and you should be worried

What’s This? Image: AFP/Getty Images By Monica Chin2 hours ago It turns out that even your private documents can be censored online. This morning, a ton of users reported being locked out of completely innocuous Google Docs for “inappropriate content.” … Continue reading

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Microsoft to add free premium features to Outlook.com for Office 365 consumer subscribers

Microsoft is adding to Outlook.com for free new ad-free inbox, enhanced malware and phishing protection and larger mailbox sizes. The catch: Users must be Office 365 Home/Premium users to qualify. Microsoft is starting to roll out to Office 365 Home … Continue reading

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Meet Bad Rabbit, the new ransomware that used an NSA exploit to wreak havoc

Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Image: AP/REX/Shutterstock By Colin Daileda1 day ago New week, new ransomware. A new form of ransomware surfaced in Russia, Ukraine and elsewhere this week. Known as Bad Rabbit, it’s employed a leaked NSA exploit … Continue reading

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Backwards Compatibility On Xbox One Is One Of Microsoft’s Best Ideas, And It Keeps Getting Better

Credit: Microsoft via @h0x0d on Twitter The original Xbox titles available for Microsoft’s backwards compatibility program. You’d have a hard time believing them if someone told you about it back in 2013. But here we are, four years into the … Continue reading

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Smartphones are killing Americans, but nobody’s counting

Kyle Stock, Lance Lambert, and David Ingold © Provided by The Next Web Jennifer Smith doesn’t like the term “accident.” It implies too much chance and too little culpability. A “crash” killed her mother in 2008, she insists, when her … Continue reading

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Microsoft: Windows 10 Fall Creators Update being offered to more users

Microsoft rolls out two Windows 10 feature updates a year. In April, the Creators Update arrived, followed by the Fall Creators Update this month. In order to reduce the number of problems big updates like this can cause users, Microsoft … Continue reading

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5 reasons to use Edge in Windows 10 Fall Creators Update

Microsoft continues to woo Chrome users. With Windows 10 Fall Creators Update, Microsoft has added a handful of new features and tweaks to its Edge browser. I doubt they will be enough to pry you away from your browser of … Continue reading

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