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September 14
Trump administration has just ordered U.S. government agencies to stop using Kaspersky Lab products. The order is based on a concern that the Moscow-based cyber security firm might be under Kremlin's influence, and as such, is a national security issue.
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August 14
I have lately seen questions in Quora and elsewhere, asking if Bitcoin is dead when it comes to making money with it, or is it still possible to make money with it.
According to a statement from Russia's news agency RIA, Russia is introducing a new ban to its citizens, the plan is to prohibit the use of VPNs.

Bought a new laptop but want to keep the laptop passwords from your last one?

(Solution inside!) Backing up your wireless profiles on your old laptop with Windows and restoring the wireless passwords to your new laptop, it sounds like it *could be* extremely easy.

Most of us have heard about cryptocurrencies. The most famous one of them is definitely Bitcoin which at least in my mind is connected a lot with two things. Firstly, illegal money, considering bitcoin transactions are pretty much anonymous. And secondly, people who bought Bitcoin early enough, might have made millions, considering the price of Bitcoin has gone up around 10 000 times.

NASAs asteroid deflection technique for planetary defense DART is moving from concept development to preliminary design phase.
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June 20
FBI wanted Apple to give them access to one terror suspect's phone. And then for a few more. And then some more. Apple refused. Logically, it would make sense to give them that to catch the bad guy. But there's a good reason not to. What if the government will start using it the wrong way?
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March 18
I thought I'd test out Facebook dirt-cheap ads, dirt-cheap meaning that they are from around the world, and most of the clicks you end up getting are from East-Timor, , Somalia, Nigeria, you get the point. So how did it go?
The recent leaks, if you start thinking about it, should make us all at least just a bit paranoid.
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March 10
Facebook announced yesterday that they will be launching a new feature on their Messenger chat app. The features is a clone of Snapchat stories, and is meant to let people share their video diaries with just selected groups. Messenger Day also comes with a 24-hour auto-delete.
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March 9
In my eyes, Trump has given a huge boost to Twitter, especially considering that these days everyone are talking about Twitter every day. Everyone are even posting screenshots, or actual twitter messages inside their articles, and news stories. But has the free publicity actually helped twitter to c...
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March 6
John Goodenough, co-inventor of Lithium-Ion battery, introduced a new battery that promises to hold three times more energy than li-on batteries. The battery is also safer, so there no chance of it exploding, and performs well even in low temperatures.
There are lots of great, weird, and purely nonsense gadgets out there, but this must be something neither you nor me have probably heard of before.
Google and Youtube have just announced Youtube entry to streaming live TV. The service will give you access to live content from a number of major TV channels. In addition to live TV they will also give you access to recorded content. The new services will be going live this spring.
Nokia has announced that they will be bringing back a slightly reimagined (well, more colorful) version of Nokia 3310, the phone that many considered the best 20 years ago, or okay, around 2000s.