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#Microsoft 's #OneDrive  foibles continue.
Microsoft added to the frustration of some of its OneDrive and Office 365 users over the weekend when it accidentally capped their storage ceiling at 1TB. The lowered data cap caught the users off guard because Microsoft had previously promised a one-year grace period for users who were using more than 1TB. OneDrive has been an ongoing
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Three key #MadCatz  execs abandon ship ahead of today's Q3 earnings report.
When it comes to executives in the tech industry, it’s not uncommon to see leave their post for personal reasons or perhaps to take a job at a competitor (or even in a completely unrelated field). One high-level executive leaving doesn’t typically set off any alarm bells. Two executives at the same time; maybe now you have something to talk
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#Verizon  is looking to expand its media empire with a possible #Yahoo  acquisition.
Verizon, the "Can you hear me now?" company (to quote an older marketing slogan), has major aspirations of makings its go90 streaming video service a big time money maker. To help accelerate those plans, Verizon is looking into making a purchase offer for Yahoo, provided the price is right and everything checks out. There's no offer in
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#Hollywood's reaction to the #TorrentsTime plugin has come swiftly
A new plugin from Torrents Time that allows users to anonymously download and stream torrents directly in their browser of choice (it supports Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, and Safari) is garnering all kinds of attention, both good and bad. That's especially true since The Pirate Bay (TPB) decided to embed the technology on its website,
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#Huawei 's sleek new #GX8  packs in a #Snapdragon617 , 5.5-inch FHD display and an aluminum unibody design for $349.
Huawei really hit it big with the American populous last year with the introduction of the Nexus 6P, the flagship smartphone that helped kick off Google’s Android 6.0 Marshmallow push. Equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 810 processor, 5.7-inch QHD display and sleek aluminum unibody design, the Nexus 6P deservedly received a lot of praise
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Perhaps it's not the most practical thing in the world but seeing #Skylake  hit 7GHz is pretty sweet. #Intel  
Intel's latest generation of processors built on the Skylake architecture are seriously efficient as well as seriously fast. The flagship, Core i7-6700K, is an interesting chip as it's clocked at a base 4GHz, and can peak at 4.2GHz with Turbo. Overall, it's awesome, as we discovered back in November after some in-depth testing. Of course,
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And AMD still holds the record at 8.6 GHz (or something like that).
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Gorgeous pro workstation laptop, great display, #Xeon  and #Quadro  on board. Battery life is a little soft but nice work #Dell   #Precision15   #review  
The Dell Precision 15 5510 features an Intel Xeon E3-1505M CPU and Nvidia Quadro M1000M GPU for workstation performance.
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#Amazon  throws some wood on the fire with its #Lumbaryard  game engine.
The environment for budding game developers is getting friendly all the time with low-cost and no-cost access to capable game engines, some of which skim profits on the backside. Even Amazon is now getting in on the action with a 3D game engine of its own called Lumberyard, and there's one very big reason why developers should be interested—it's
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The debut of #Samsung 's  #GalaxyS7  and #Galaxys7Edge  is just a few short weeks away, and the leaks are spilling quickly.
The closer we get to the launch of Samsung's next generation Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 Edge handsets, the more information is leaked to the media. That includes pictures, but don't worry, the newest unofficial photos follow (if just barely) the unwritten rule that all leaked snapshots must be poor quality. We're not proponents of the unwritten
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#Google is giving away 2GB free #Drive storage
We all love freebies around here, especially when you barely have to lift a finger to get said freebie. Such is the case today thanks to a promotion that Google is running in honor of Safer Internet Day 2016. All you have to do is login to your Google account and go through the Security Checkup interview process, after which you’ll be given
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Here are a few gems from yesteryear. Remember the good ol' days when all your data would be destroyed? Ransomware... bah! #malwaremuseum    
If you’d like to take a trip down memory lane to a simpler time when MS-DOS was still a big part of computing life and most Americans hadn’t begun to “surf the web”, the Internet Archive has put on a display a virtual museum of computer malware from the 80s and early 90s. But this isn’t just a “static” museum where you look at a few screenshots
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Take a stroll down memory lane with these old #MSDOS  viruses courtesy of the #InternetArchive  
If you’d like to take a trip down memory lane to a simpler time when MS-DOS was still a big part of computing life and most Americans hadn’t begun to “surf the web”, the Internet Archive has put on a display a virtual museum of computer malware from the 80s and early 90s. But this isn’t just a “static” museum where you look at a few screenshots
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