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Have you tried using Google’s AI-powered Allo messaging app yet?
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+Shankar Raman well it was obvious from the start that Google would keep all data from Allo app it's the only way the Google assistant would learn and be tailored per-user usage and Google have added end to end encryption incognito mode in Allo also you can go on to your Google my account and delete all data saved so don't see what all the fuss is here nearly every big msg app started of without end to end encryption and then added it through updates main thing is what you personally are messaging about in Allo using the google assistant in normal mode is more a fun novelty and the end to end encryption option is there Snowden just likes banging on and on about certain thing and bashing big companies i do respect him and it's his opinion after all but we all have our opinion, or at least most of us do and make our own minds up 
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Tails 2.6 — Ultra-secure Linux OS Used By Snowden Gets Updated Tor And Kernel.
Short Bytes: The development team of Tails, the anonymity-focused Debian GNU/Linux-based Live CD operating system, is here with its latest release. Tails 2.6 fixes
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+Barry Shawgo It's not like mr. snowden produces this OS.. LOL.. He's just a name that has been reported to have used it to evade authorities. The security comes from it's amnesiac behavior & that all web traffic at the OS level gets routed through Tor.. So, if you already don't trust Tor, then there's no cogent argument for trusting Tails. In fact there really is a cogent argument for not trusting any software that you didn't hand code.
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You Can’t Install Linux on a Microsoft Signature Edition Laptop.
It seems that Microsoft Signature Edition PCs prevent you from installing Linux, with a Lenovo rep saying this is "per our agreement with Microsoft".
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Cub Linux provides a complete Chromebook experience on the hardware of your choice. 
Cub Linux, an improved rebranding of the innovative Chromixium Linux distro, combines the look, feel and functionality of Google's Chrome OS with traditional Linux performance. Cub Linux provides a complete Chromebook experience on the hardware of your choice. The innovation is quite impressive. Cub Linux also runs software from the Ubuntu distro ecosystem. Linux is all about exercising options.
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IBM lifts lid, unleashes Linux-based x86 killer on unsuspecting world.
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I don't know who you are but I will find you and.....
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+Carl Draper WiFi at home has been mostly fine with Ubuntu. Work is a different story. Something to do with certificates and the technology our IT uses.
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Quote - "Save your rage for something that deserves it, like selling phones with no headphone jack" :)
Not being able to root the factory software on a phone that ships with Android 7.0 is a really good thing. I hope that never changes.
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So no more getting rid of crapware unless you flash a whole new image. I hope Google sticks to the Nexus ethos with Pixel and keeps crapware to a minimum.
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4 command-line graphics tools for Linux.

Learn about four command-line tools for Linux that can easily handle many of your basic (and not-so-basic) image manipulation tasks.
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Firefox 49 has been released with support for watching Netflix and other DRM-protected HTML5 video without workarounds.
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Well :)
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Linux Mint 18 KDE is here.
Regardless of your feelings about the iPhone, you cannot deny that this week belongs to Apple. The company is certainly dominating much of the world's attention. With that said, there is certainly more going on in the technology world than a new version of a popular smartphone. Some desktop Linux users for instance, would probably be more excited about a new version of a distribution, and today, a significant OS sees release.
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+Tim Myles Humm, Slackware 14.1-32k runs fine on my 64k computer. Is this Mint thing?
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How to Use ‘apt-fast’ to Speed Up apt-get/apt Package Downloads Using Multiple Mirrors.
In this article, we take a look at a great and powerful utility called apt-fast that you can use to speed up apt-get/apt downloads using multiple connections.
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Why not bittorrent?
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