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Feds shut down tech support scammers, freeze assets
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After the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) filed complaints against six companies and six individuals in late June, courts shuttered alleged scammers doing business under names like Big Dog Solutions, Help Desk National, Help Desk Global, PC Help Desk ...



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Why you want Google's Allo
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Reviews are mixed on Google's latest communication app. Here's what ... Google had previously said it would store only some user messages on its servers, but changed its tune by launch time, saying the company will store all messages unless actively ...

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Tesla's new solar shingles could be the spark needed to ignite the industry
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Tesla has announced four different solar roof tiles that the company plans to tie tightly into its manufacturing and sales of household and commercial battery systems, that will be able to store the energy while at the time making it available to ...

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Taking a break from Windows Update
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But this change especially scares me because the Windows 10 patch delivery system is already buggy. ... In some cases the download stalls, in other cases the installation after rebooting fails and in the worst case, the computer reboots over and over ...

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Review: Why you need the BBC's amazing Story of Life app
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I've been enjoying the new BBC Worldwide iOS app, The Story of Life, since it first appeared earlier this month. It's the biggest ever mobile release of amazing material drawn from Sir David Attenborough's enormous archive of natural history films. It ...



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Cortana: The spy in Windows 10
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When I first saw Mr. Spock talking to the Enterprise's computer, I thought it was so cool. ... What you can do in Windows 10 SP1 is cripple Cortana when you install the operating system. ... Instead, follow the steps described by Jared Newman in PC World.

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Google Home has a glaring flaw
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Much of Google's new hardware push revolves around the idea of having a single personalized assistant that knows you, learns from you, and responds to you -- regardless of where you are or what device you're using. But with Home, that personalized ...

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One election-system vendor uses developers in Serbia
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One major election technology company, Dominion Voting Systems (DVS), develops its systems in the U.S. and Canada but also has an office in Belgrade, Serbia. It was recently advertising openings for four senior software developers in Belgrade.

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Review: The da Vinci Mini leads as a low-cost 3D printer
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For less than $300 -- about $290 (vendor price) or $270 (Amazon price) -- a beginner hobbyist, school teacher or small business product development team will get a no-frills machine that's intuitive to use and able to produce mostly accurate, good ...

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New Audis can now talk to traffic lights
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Anticipating the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration's connected vehicle mandate, automakers are busily preparing the hardware and software components of V2V systems. Cadillac will ... The current traffic light technology allows new Audis to ...

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