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Circuit Breaker

This suitcase can balance itself as it follows you around.

We're rolling these out to the team. Get ready for some short helpdesk responses.

"Hey, the server is down. None of us can login. Can someone come over?"
"kk brt"

Nokia has sold 126 million of its original 3310 phone since it was first introduced back in September, 2000. It was a time before the iPhone, and Nokia ruled with popular handsets that let you play...|By Tom Warren
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Kelly Kavanaugh Desjardins
· April 18, 2017
Can always count on them to straighten everything out, from simple virus issues to complete set-up of new systems! Thank you Troy and Patrick!!

Dropbox and Google Drive are finally competing on the cloud sync side. After years of dominance by Dropbox, business users now have some compelling reasons to consider Google's new Drive File Stream app as an alternative.

Good news, business users. Dropbox and Google Drive are finally competing on cloud file sync. Back in April of 2016, Dropbox posted this “A Revolutionary New Way to Access All Your Files.” It was a first look at their “Project Infinite” which touted the ability to access all of your files stored in…

One of our biggest privacy problems: devices that sit on the web with little to no security. No just homes either. HVAC for your office, door lock systems, security DVRs...

We knew hackers can use our voice assistants, baby monitors and even vibrators to put us under surveillance. But broadband providers may be a bigger threat

A quick and easy iPhone privacy checkup. Your iPhone is already pretty secure. DuckDuckGo has a handy sheet that covers the basics.

The fine folks at the DuckDuckGo Twitter account posted a great guide to iPhone security practices. The infographic covers basic common sense steps you can take to protect your privacy, along with…

In 1939, long before it was a meme, "Keep Calm and Carry On" was created by the British government as a wartime motivational poster.

Keep Calm and Carry On was a motivational poster produced by the British government in 1939 in preparation for World War II. The poster was intended to raise the morale of the British public,… added a new photo.
May 17, 2017
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For Cinco de Mayo, the crew hit up the soft opening of El Corazon

This is a cool idea (adding a "swap" function to copy and paste) but the GIF is a terrible example. What kind of maniac put Ducati in the "Cars" column to begin with?…/why-we-need-copy-and-swap-from-apple-g…

Cut, Copy and Paste. Can you imagine a working day without these basic commands?

The butt of many jokes, the wifi-enabled Juicero "juicer," has a secret: it's bizarrely complex inside.

Last week Bloomberg published an article exposing how easy it is to “hack” Juicero’s produce packs by squeezing them with your hands…

Want to know the best time of year to visit anywhere in the world? This guy has built an interactive map (more fun on desktop than mobile).

Published by Ryan Whitacker on April 18, 2017

Back in 1991, Macs rarely had color screens. Want to mess around with one online? has an emulator.

Thanks to a tip by John Gruber, we’ve been playing around with an online version of a Mac from 1991. Back then: The Mac OS was mostly black and white You had to click and hold the mouse button to select anything The OS came on 15 floppy discs or, for the first time, a CD …

Not sure why he didn't mention enabling two-factor authentication on everything you can (cell account, email, iCloud, social media). It might not save you but the notifications could tip you off.

Recently, Kevin Roose got hacked. The hack was so bad that several security experts have told him it’s the worst one they’ve ever seen. This is what he learned.