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Avast Free Antivirus

Aug 17, 8:02AM

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Dec 14, 5:38AM

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Jan 04, 10:25PM

Advanced SystemCare 10 is an easy-to-use yet all-in-one Windows PC optimization utility. It helps clean, optimize, speed up and protect...

For privacy and security, change these iOS 10 settings right now

Dec 15, 1:51PM

Before you do anything on your new iPhone or iPad, you should lock it down. This is how you do it.

Using a Gear S3 with an iPhone: Too many concessions

Jan 13, 1:00PM

​A year after it was first announced, Samsung has released its Gear S app for iPhone users.

AT&T's grandfathered unlimited data plans getting another $5 rate hike

Jan 10, 8:44PM

AT&T is trying to move long-time subscribers off its grandfathered unlimited data plan that is no longer offered to new customers.

Samsung Display ad could suggest Galaxy S8 design

Jan 15, 8:08PM

If you were wondering what the Galaxy S8 will look like, an advertisement from Samsung's display division could drop a few hints.

Windows 10 security: 'So good, it can block zero-days without being patched'

Jan 16, 11:54AM

Systems running the Windows 10 Anniversary Update were shielded from two exploits even before Microsoft had issued patches for them, its researchers have found.

Does the iPhone still matter? Huawei, not Apple, now drives the mobile conversation

Jan 09, 2:07AM

Cupertino is a victim of its own success and is fully responsible for creating the Chinese Android monster.

​Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder to uncover the history of the universe

Jan 16, 1:26AM

The CSIRO's Australian Square Kilometre Array Pathfinder has begun crunching the data to solve fundamental scientific questions previously thought of as unanswerable.

​First came mass MongoDB ransacking: Now copycat ransoms hit Elasticsearch

Jan 13, 11:19AM

Hundreds of unsecured Elasticsearch servers have been wiped in the past few hours in what could be a repeat of the recent mass ransom attacks on MongoDB databases.

The worst passwords of 2016 are as lazy as ever

Jan 13, 2:00PM

Please, stop using "123456."

Big Data's 2017: Can more meta thinking free us from current malaise?

Jan 12, 1:22PM

Here's a roundup of annual predictions from around the Big Data industry. Key themes include artificial intelligence/machine learning, cloud adoption, demand for data scientists and the growing importance of the Internet of Things.

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