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Your crash course in Windows 10, from installation to personalization :
Bookmark this page as your handy (and ever-updated) list of tutorials, how-tos and FAQs on everything Windows 10-related.
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Ars Technica: 950 million Android phones can be hijacked by malicious text messages
Booby-trapped MMS messages and websites exploit flaw in heart of Android.
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PCWorld detailed review of Windows 10 and what to expect from the OS :
PCWorld's review of Windows 10 highlights the great features that make Microsoft Windows 10 shine: Cortana, a new Start menu, Task View and apps like Photos and even Solitaire.
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Via PopSci: 3 humanoid robots showed a glimmer of self-consciousness by solving a classic philosophical problem.

"....The robots were programed to think that two of them had been given a “dumbing pill” that would make them unable to speak (actually just a button that silenced them). However, they didn't know exactly which two of them had been silenced. When the robots were asked to answer which two had been given the pill, all of them tried to respond: “I don’t know.” Since only one was actually able to utter the words, it heard its own voice and recognized it wasn't among the two who had been silenced. That robot then responded: “Sorry, I know now. I was able to prove that I was not given a dumbing pill.”

Not only are the Nao bots polite, the test requires them to accomplish very basic forms of self-awareness. Each robot must be able to understand the question, as well as to be able to recognize its own voice. They must also be able to infer that if they were able to speak, they weren't one of the robots who had received the “dumbing pill.”"

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Watch the video : http://buff.ly/1MfWb2k and read the full article on PopSci : http://buff.ly/1MfWb2l
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Ars Technica : Apple releases new iPod Touch models
A8-powered Touch is 16GB, 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB for $199, $249, $299, and $399.
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Heads up! Another security update of Adobe Flash will be released this week. See https://helpx.adobe.com/content/help/en/security/products/flash-player/apsa15-04.html
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Check out the stunning landscapes created in Unreal Engine 4 http://buff.ly/1D8zknm Via Geeks are Sexy
Check out these amazing videos from Youtuber koooolalala who used Unreal Engine 4 to create landscapes that look surprisingly real. A look at some of t
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TTCS comments on "Towards the Treatment of Over The Top (OTT) services" policy document sent to Telecom Authority of #Trinidad & #Tobago

  The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS ; http://cs.tt/) has submitted its comments on the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) document “Towards the treatment of Over The Top Services” The TTCS comments can be viewed at…
  The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS ; has submitted its comments on the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) document "Towards the treatment of Over The Top ...
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Draft comments on Telecom Authority of #Trinidad & #Tobago document “Towards the Treatment of Over-The-Top (OTT) Services”

Several members of the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society have put together some draft comments on the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago document “Towards the Treatment of Over-The-Top (OTT) Services” (PDF ; 2MB) which we are posting…
Several members of the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society have put together some draft comments on the Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago document “Towards the Treatment of Over-...
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Security Updates available for Adobe Flash Player for Windows, MacOS X & Linux (July 14 2015) ; update ASAP or remove if not needed

  Another week, another update for Adobe Flash it seems. According to the Adobe security bulletin dated July 14, 2015: “Adobe has released security updates for Adobe Flash Player for Windows, Macintosh and Linux. These updates…
  Another week, another update for Adobe Flash it seems. According to the Adobe security bulletin dated July 14, 2015: “Adobe has released security updates for Adobe Flash Player for Windows, ...
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Ars Technica : Apple makes 92 percent of all smartphone profits
That's a huge jump from 65 percent during the first three months of 2014.
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Networking local computer users of Trinidad and Tobago
Introduction

The Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society (TTCS) is a computer user group based in Trinidad. Formed in 1997, our goals are to :

  • Be an informal forum where computers, related technologies and related social issues can be discussed.
  • Keep current with the events in the local Information Technology (IT) and telecommunications industries.
  • “Network local computer users” so that they can share knowledge and improve upon their experiences with modern technology.

Membership in the Trinidad and Tobago Computer Society is open to anyone interested in computers, regardless of what computer hardware or software you use, or how much computer experience you have, or what job you have or whether you are still studying.

At this time, there are no membership fees. However, there is a small fee (a contribution to the food bill) if you attend a TTCS Pizza Lime™