Month: February 2018

Q. I want to get rid of a whole lot of stuff and wondered if I should bother trying to sell any of it online? A. Great question! Before you throw out anything, go over to eBay and find out how much they’re trying for and whether people are selling items. At the left column […]

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As they say on Twitter, ICYMI — “in case you missed it” — malware (malicious software) is on the upswing. “Since 2012, the amount of danger detections from the mobile world continues to grow, and we anticipate this trend will continue next season,” predicts ESET, a global leader in security solutions for both consumers and […]

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Q: “I can’t believe how many companies don’t! They may start to do it if they watched the companies I have seen wiped out. My business is booming because rsquo & company doesn;t even know that they are goal. ” — James Consider this unexpected story: Last year, five sheriff and police departments in Maine were […]

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Having dazzled PC players the strike FTL: Faster Than Light is exploring a new frontier: the iPad. The real time strategy game started on the iPad of Apple week, and it’s a tense, thrilling intergalactic adventure for the tablet. Fans of the PC game are familiar with the premise of FTL. Players man a spaceship […]

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Your every move is being tracked. If you did not recognize it, get accustomed to it.     If you’re on the Web, and have not jacked your privacy preferences up , your clicks, taps and enjoys are feeding databases which funnel to the marketing engine that supports Web services that are free.   They probably know how […]

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SAN FRANCISCO — Microsoft’s hardware battles are denting earnings. It was smart phones, and this time it’s that the Surface computer line. Gains at the Redmond, Wash. computer giant jumped 28 percent to $4.8 billion in its fiscal third quarter. Sales soared, gaining 8 percent to $22 billion. Those gains are largely thanks to Microsoft’s cloud-computing division. […]

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SAN FRANCISCO — Microsoft Build 2017 kicks off Wednesday morning in Seattle, a homecoming for the giant of holding its annual developers conference here following decades. That’s an apt move considering that the battle between a few of tech’s biggest businesses in the arenas of home-assistant hardware, intelligence and augmented reality. Some 5,500 programmers have […]

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