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Jailbreaking your tablet and TV is now legal, reviving old games is not

Every 36 months, the Library of Congress (LoC) meets up to discuss the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), particularly its 1201 provision that has been used in the past to illegalize various activities such as unlocking your carrier-bound smartphone or sharing passwords of paid services with your friends. After...

Tech whistleblower Evleaks is retiring

Evan "Evleaks" Blass is a very prominent figure in the tech world. Tons of websites around the world, including our own, have used information provided by Blass as he is simply one of the most reliable leakers on the scene, getting inside scoops on products that no one knows...

Flappy Bird creator says he will take the game down

Dong Nguyen, creator of the very popular “Flappy Bird”, announced on Twitter that he would be taking the game down 22 hours after that tweet. If he keeps his word, the game should go down today, February 9th. He clarified that the takedown would not be related to legal...

New extension by Google encrypts e-mails easily

Almost every popular e-mail provider does not really encrypt messages safely and Google is no different. The company has even said so in the past, leaving users worried that their private e-mails might not be as private as they think. The company, however, has just released a new extension called...

Microsoft introduces ‘Windows Hello’, confirms summer release for Windows 10

Microsoft had quite a few things to say during the Windows Hardware Engineering Community (WinHEC) summit in China, mostly relating to Windows 10. First of all, the company confirmed that the latest version of the operating system will be officially released in the summer in 190 countries and 111...

Plastc wants to be the one credit card to rule them all

Although past efforts of bridging multiple credit cards together have been kept to a minimum due to a number of issues (see Coin), Plastc is confident that it can enter the field with a bang. Its creators tout it as the only device that you will ever need to...

Spotify’s ‘Top Tracks in Your Network’ wil curate a playlist from people around you

Spotify has just announced a new feature that aims to both make the streaming service feel more social and to help people discover content easier. The 'Top Tracks in Your Network' playlist will be automatically curated by the songs that people you follow listen to. It is a very interesting...

Twitter brings Bing translations back

As you may or may not remember (probably not), Twitter was experimenting with Bing translations way back in May, 2014. Of course, the social networking site is well known for introducing various little features over time and then taking them away from those lucky users so we did not think...

Serious exploit discovered in fully patched Internet Explorer

Despite all the criticisms that I have with Internet Explorer, even I have to admit that the browser is one of the most secure methods of browsing the internet, particularly when the various security settings are turned on. This is why bugs and exploits are very important to report,...

Amazon and Royal Mail partner up for pickup locations

The battle of the holiday sales is heating up and retailers are not the only one way who are looking to offer the best possible deals to their consumers. Amazon for example is focusing equally on both product sales and their actual distribution. Apart from announcing same-day delivery for...

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Best Bitcoin mining software for Windows

Cryptocurrencies are all the rage right now, and Bitcoin remains the most popular one. If you own a PC, there's nothing stopping you from...

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How To: Export and save your browsing history

Most people rarely bother to delete their browsing histories, if ever, which means that they can always find webpages long forgotten in the chaos...