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You have to try this hidden game in Google’s mobile Chrome browser   

Google knows that it’s a bummer when your phone has no Wi-Fi or LTE connection. Because of this, it’s hidden a game in its Chrome mobile browser that you can play when your phone isn’t connected to the web.

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Published on November 20, 2014 by Bob Uhlman
Vintager, a free image manipulation and effects software for Windows   

Vintager is a new free program for Windows that can be best described as an image editing Instagram hybrid. It ships with several presets and effects that you can apply to images and offers basic image editing options such as rotating, cropping or changing the size of images.

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Published on November 20, 2014 by Bob Uhlman
Detekt, a free tool for Windows to detect surveillance spyware   

Detekt is a free tool for computers and devices running Windows operating systems that scans for traces of surveillance spyware on the system. Designed to provide journalists and human rights activists with a program to detect potential surveillance spyware on computer systems, it can be downloaded and used by anyone running Windows computers.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/1yZnHIf

Published on November 20, 2014 by Bob Uhlman
OS X Yosemite update fails to solve Mac Wi-Fi mess   

Apple today released the first update to OS X Yosemite that included fixes for unspecified Wi-Fi problems and improved reliability for connecting to Microsoft Exchange corporate email servers.

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Published on November 19, 2014 by Bob Uhlman
Got Lollipop? 10 cool things to try with Android 5.0   

Google's Android 5.0 release is more than just a pretty makeover. Here are 10 fun features you'll definitely want to explore once you have Lollipop in front of you.

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Published on November 19, 2014 by Bob Uhlman
This is how Google handles right to be forgotten requests   

EU data protection authorities will weigh in next week on Google\'s methods. Google is employing a big team of lawyers, engineers and paralegals who have so far evaluated over half a million URLs that were requested to be delisted from search results by European citizens, the company said.

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Published on November 19, 2014 by Bob Uhlman  --  Revised on November 19, 2014
25 years after Lotus Notes, IBM tries to reinvent email again   

IBM's Verse borrows ideas from Google's Inbox, then adds Watson-powered querying to let users tame their email.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/1AjVFvd

Published on November 19, 2014 by Bob Uhlman
In major shift, Firefox to use Yahoo search by default in US   

Google's 10-year run as Firefox's default search engine is over. Yahoo wants more search traffic, and a deal with Mozilla will bring it.

Read more at: http://cnet.co/1AjS00y

Published on November 19, 2014 by Bob Uhlman
Microsoft releases out-of-band critical security patch MS14-068 today   

Microsoft released fourteen security bulletins last week on this month's patch day. If you read the patch notes or our summary, you may have noticed that two bulletins were mentioned but not released on that day.

It is unclear why the two bulletins were listed by Microsoft but not released on the day. One explanation for this is that the company needed more time to create patches for affected systems.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/1uFCtF0

Published on November 18, 2014 by Bob Uhlman
Microsoft releases emergency patch to stymie Windows Server attacks   

Today's critical update was one of two delayed from last week. Microsoft today released one of its rare "out-of-band" security updates to patch a vulnerability in all versions of its Windows Server software.

Attackers have already exploited the underlying vulnerability, Microsoft acknowledged.

Read more at: http://bit.ly/1uFBNiY

Published on November 18, 2014 by Bob Uhlman
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