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You're concerned about malware, but no bad app is going to cost you nearly as much as losing your $600 phone.
Google, Samsung, Lookout, and others give you the tools to keep your device and data from getting into the wrong hands.
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The wait is over. Or at least we KNOW when it'll be over now.
Microsoft has revealed when you'll be able to officially download Windows 10, especially if you've signed up for a
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So it should be stable by December 1st....
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After a fairly straightforward keynote, Google’s advanced research division shows off wrist-worn radar, touch-sensitive fabric, and a new plan to kill passwords.
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Google will almost certainly announce Android M at Google I/O on Thursday. There are plenty of things we want to see; here are the top 5.
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Google I/O is two days away! Here's what to expect, Android-wise, from Google's developer conference.
The date is nearly upon us: Google's annual developer's conference is taking place May 28-29 and it's going to be full of surprises.
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"...the plan involved hijacking the connections between smartphones and their app marketplace servers, and then planting malicious software on targeted devices."
The program also exposed a major browser vulnerability, which government agents reportedly exploited for years.
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You're concerned about malware, but no bad app is going to cost you nearly as much as losing your $600 phone.
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The rumors were true, people. The insanely powerful GeForce GTX 980 Ti goes neck and neck with Nvidia's flagship Titan X graphics card—but for $350 less.
Nvidia's beastly new GeForce GTX 980 Ti offers damn near the performance of the $1000 Titan X, at a far lower price. So why does it even exist? Look to AMD.
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Your prayers have been answered, AMD Radeon users.
The Catalyst 15.5 beta drivers for AMD Radeon graphics cards are being released after a delay—and accusations of Nvidia wrongdoing.
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Falcon Northwest's Tiki may be the size of a living room console, but it packs some of the craziest, most powerful hardware you can stuff into a PC today. 
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There are better ways for your kids to spend their screen time than playing Fruit Ninja. With these apps and games, they might even learn something.
These are the best educational tools, games, and creative apps that will keep your child's mind curious and engaged during screen time.
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The Witcher 3 is one of the biggest PC game releases of the year--but its inclusion of proprietary Nvidia GameWorks technology has AMD gamers worried about performance issues. We dig in. h
Don't let all the sound and fury on the Internet fool you. The Witcher 3 plays just fine on Radeon hardware, despite using Nvidia's GameWorks middleware.
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