Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Posted by John Lister
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5
Some of the biggest Internet firms say they'll work together to remove images and videos that promote the message of terrorists. The announcement comes in the same week that European officials have criticized companies for failing to live up to a promise to tackle hate-based speech online... + continue reading
Tuesday, December 6, 2016
Posted by John Lister
Reader's rate:
5
An independent report suggests the spate of Galaxy Note 7 phone explosions was caused by the design of the phone itself. Engineering analysts "Instrumental" say Samsung blundered in its attempts to make the phone as slim as possible. After initial reports of the phones catching... + continue reading
Monday, December 5, 2016
Posted by Dennis Faas
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2.875
Duplicate files are the curse of every computer user - even professional computer technicians have them. While duplicate files are not really something that harms your PC, they do take up disk drive space, slow the PC down (especially when thumbnail previews are generated in Windows), and make... + continue reading
Friday, December 2, 2016
Posted by Dennis Faas
Reader's rate:
5
Infopackets Reader Fran G. writes: " Dear Dennis, Thanks so much for your recent articles on Mozilla Thunderbird. I have a question regarding Thunderbird as well. Whenever I respond to an email from someone, during the composition I usually press Enter twice on the keyboard to start a new... + continue reading
Thursday, December 1, 2016
Posted by John Lister
Reader's rate:
5
Bogus Android apps have helped hackers seize control of more than a million Google accounts in the past few months according to a security company. The apps have also been posting fake online reviews in the names of victims. The attack involves malware that's been dubbed "Gooligan... + continue reading

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