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Apple Google Facebook The Messenger War

It’s amazing to me at times in tech the tech world what’s old is now new again just in a different way. For example in the 70’s and 80’s everything was terminals and dial up modems connecting to a mainframe computer hosted at data center....
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Kindle Unlimited Review

Kindle Unlimited ebook subscription was launched by Amazon in July 2014. Since that time, the catalog of Kindle Unlimited eligible books, audiobooks and magazines has grown from 640 thousand to over 1.4 million. Kindle Unlimited is considered the ebook version of Netflix. Kindle Unlimited is...
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Cell Phone Tapping App for Best Security

Security is a crucial aspect of everyone’s life, both at work and at home. From a business perspective, there are many threats, both foreseen and unforeseen. What truly matters when it comes to managerial skills is your ability to predict threats and setup barriers. Since...
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Carbonite for Office Review

When dealing with computer hardware and software there is always the risk of failure. Backing up your data is one of the most important things you can do to protect yourself from data loss. If you’re a business and need data lost protection for business...
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My Amazon Echo Household

  My Amazon Echo Household I started with the Amazon Echo when it first came out in June of 2015. I was one of the early adopters and as with any new tech there is always glitches and bugs to work out. But now a...
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Adblock Plus Review

Adblock Plus Review Today the internet is all about companies making revenue and why not the internet is something that everyone has and needs on a daily basis. The internet started out as a tool for IT people to share information, but now it’s a...
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Tesla Motors Starts Bug Bounty For Web Issues

Tesla Motors is offering cash prizes of between $25 and $1,000 to anyone who uncovers security issues on its website but not yet available for its vehicles however. Using a security crowdsourcing company called Bugcrowd, researchers have found 22 bugs for Tesla so far. A...
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Data Breach At Office of Personnel Management Again

The federal government is notifying 4 million current and former federal employees that their personal data may have been compromised in a data breach involving Office of Personnel Management the agency that handles security clearances and employee records. The intruders in the Office of Personnel Management...
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