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Chromebook May Soon Allow Dual Boot With Windows 10

Chromebooks are fun, cool machines that are incredibly popular with students, hipsters, artists, and the like. However, the company hasn’t […]

Windows 10 May Get Some New Useful Features

This spring, Windows 10 users will be treated to a raft of exciting new features. Currently, the company’s massive test […]

Twitter May Have Been Hit By Another Data Breach 

2018 hasn’t been a great year for social media, with all the major platforms suffering a number of significant data […]

Robocalls Increased Globally But Decreased In The U.S. 

According to data collected by Truecaller, the number of robocalls worldwide increased by a staggering 300 percent in 2018, although […]

Virtualization Making It Safer To Open EXE Files On Windows

Microsoft recently announced an addition to Windows 10 that should make the lives of Enterprise and power users a whole […]

Facebook Flaw Exposed Photos Belonging To Millions Of Users 

Recently Facebook fessed up to a bug in their photo API that exposed the photos belonging to nearly seven million […]

New Phishing Attacks Look Like Emails From Apple

There’s a new, widespread phishing campaign underway that you need to be aware of if you use the Apple App […]

This Mac Malware Takes Screenshots Of Your Computer

There’s a new malware threat in the MacOS ecosystem called OSX.LamePyre.  If you haven’t heard of it yet, it belongs […]

New Android Malware Can Drain Your PayPal Account 

Do you own an Android device?  Are you a PayPal user?  If you answered yes to both of those questions, […]

Microsoft May Be Replacing Their Edge Browser

Three years ago, Microsoft decided to retire their beleaguered Internet Explorer browser.  It was a disaster, riddled with critical security […]