Google’s new self-driving car: No Steering Wheel And No Pedals

You are looking at Google’s very own, built-from-scratch-in-Detroit self-driving car. The battery-powered electric vehicle has as a stop-go button, but no steering wheel or pedals. The plan is to build around 200 of the mostly-plastic cars over the next year,…

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eBay thought user data was safe, but 145 million accounts were compromised in massive hack

EBay initially thought that user data was safe following the security breach it fell victim to recently. As it turns out, that wasn’t the case at all; asReuters noted in a recent report, eBay has now confirmed that personal data belonging to all 145…

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Warning: If You Receive A Phone Call Saying They Are Microsoft, It Is A Scam

Lately I have been getting questioned by clients about a phone call they have been receiving claiming to be Microsoft and stating that they have detected that their computer has been compromised. Today I received the same exact call myself…

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Ever Think About Getting Rid Of Cable Television? Now You Can With Roku!!

It seems like forever since cable television was first introduced. Back then one of the great features was that there were no commercials. Back then it didn’t even cost too much for all those great channels. However, as with all…

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eBay Hacked, Urges All Members to Change Passwords Immediately

The online auction and sales giant eBay posted a message Wednesday morning saying that it had been hacked, urging all of its members to change their passwords. The company said in a statement that a database containing encrypted passwords had…

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U.S. Government Suggests that You Switch from Internet Explorer

UPDATE: The U.S. Department of Homeland Security advised computer users to consider using alternatives to Microsoft Corp’s Internet Explorer browser until the company fixes a security flaw that hackers have used to launch attacks. The United States Computer Emergence Readiness Team…

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Microsoft Admits to Huge Security Flaw in Internet Explorer

The tech giant is working to fix a bug in its web browser that allows hackers on the same network as much access as a legitimate user. The flaw is particularly hazardous when the software is run from the Windows…

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Go Back In Time and Relive Your Childhood With Internet Archive’s Collection Of Old Video Games

This great site has 983 games for your enjoyment all divided between the best of the old game systems such as the Atari 2600 and ColecoVision. All are free to play and are playable right in your browser so there…

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Beware Of Websites Such As MyCleanPC.com

MyCleanPC.com has been running commercials for awhile now but many people, including clients I have had, have realized just how dishonest companies like MyCleanPC.com really are.   Upon going to MyCleanPC.com you are prompted to download their program that will…

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The end of Microsoft Windows XP: why it’s important to switch now

Microsoft Corp.’s  Windows XP has had a storied and lengthy run – for the better part of a decade, it was the standard for home and business computing. Microsoft released versions for tablets, media servers, cash registers, and other embedded systems….

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