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Internet Explorer has the worst phishing catch rate of all major browsers

Internet Explorer has the worst phishing catch rate of all major browsers

| August 17, 2013 | 0 Comments

A commencing report by security research firm NSS Labs looks at the relative performance of popular browsers when it comes to blocking phishing attacks. Over a 12-daytime test period the average phishing snatch rate ranged from 96 percent concerning Firefox 19 to only 83 percent towards Internet Explorer 10. Of the other haughty three, Chrome [...]

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BlackBerry might consider selling the company

BlackBerry might consider selling the company

| August 14, 2013 | 0 Comments

In a sensitive world dominated by Apple and Google, through contenders Samsung, Windows and HTC bringing some tough competition, there hasn’t been plenteous room for BlackBerry lately. Troubles by service where they managed to bill a certain amount of popularity (of that kind as in the UK) have been weakening their stead on the market. [...]

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Google had plans to release a living room set-top box

Google had plans to release a living room set-top box

| August 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Earlier this week, Google conducted a constrain event where they showed off their fresh Android upgrade, their Nexus 7 small table and the already sold-out Chromecast. But that last one isn’t the sole step into living room entertainment the companionship has taken. The sneak peek was given at the Consumer Electronics Show in a privy [...]

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Marble: an open source alternative to Google Earth

Marble: an open source alternative to Google Earth

| August 12, 2013 | 0 Comments

Google Earth is a distinguished mapping tool, hugely detailed and packed with features. Like Street View, for example, which helps you navigate millions of miles of passage all around the world, and would apparently justify installing the program all forward its own. If you don’t like the program, however — or, maybe, you just don’t [...]

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Chrome App Launcher arrives on Windows, offers glimpse at Google’s bigger plan

Chrome App Launcher arrives on Windows, offers glimpse at Google’s bigger plan

| August 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

Google has at rest launched its Chrome App Launcher according to Windows. Originally built for Chrome OS in an effort to replicate some of the taskbar or shorten functionality in traditional desktop operating systems, the software acts taken in the character of a hub for all your Chrome apps, allowing users to enlarge them quickly [...]

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Google showed off their new faster yet cheaper Nexus 7 tablet

Google showed off their new faster yet cheaper Nexus 7 tablet

| August 9, 2013 | 0 Comments

In a extremely anticipated press event this afternoon, Google unveiled their commencing Nexus 7, the latest tablet in the course. Along with this came the annunciation of Chromecast and Android 4.3. The large news of the day was obviously the Nexus 7, a thinner and faster interpretation  of the 2012 Nexus 7 let loose. At [...]

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Chrome secures your passwords by not securing your passwords

Chrome secures your passwords by not securing your passwords

| August 7, 2013 | 0 Comments

Google has tend hitherward under fire for their security practices, which includes keeping a database of quite saved passwords stored on your resort, easily accessed through your account. This instrument that anyone who has physical admission to your machines can get without other agency access to all passwords you bear chosen to store on your [...]

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The new Nexus 7: Not your grandfather’s Android tablet

The new Nexus 7: Not your grandfather’s Android tablet

| August 6, 2013 | 0 Comments

“The of the present day Nexus 7 makes my Asus MeMO mind pathetic”. That is what I told my colleague Joe Wilcox over the weekend. Android, the open source Linux-based mobile operating arrangement from Google can be found in multitude places — cheap no-name tablets popularity the OS, but should be given a remote berth. [...]

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Will Google Glass turn us all into government spies?

Will Google Glass turn us all into government spies?

| August 5, 2013 | 0 Comments

On 4 July, the founder of PRserve, Chris Barrett videoed every arrest that followed a fist draw the sword on the Jersey Shore boardwalk We live in a terraqueous globe where such actions are routinely recorded forward smartphones and uploaded to YouTube, on the contrary what makes Chris’s video odd is he used Google Glass [...]

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New Nexus 7 pops up at Best Buy for pre-order

New Nexus 7 pops up at Best Buy for pre-order

| August 3, 2013 | 0 Comments

The nearest-generation Google Nexus 7 surfaced at Best Buy, by complete specifications, price and photos. Interested buyers have power to pre-order the new tablet, which is available in both 16 GB and 32 GB storage trims, and, presumably, allow it after the search giant officially unveils its latest slate (that should not be too far [...]

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