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How to Speed up Windows: Make Your PC or Laptop Faster

When you get a new laptop or PC, it always starts up and responds quickly. But as you install apps, games and fill up the hard drive with music, documents and photos it can slow down and even take minutes to start up. There are many things that can make Windows slow, but you should be able to restore most of its original speed without spending any money at all. But if your laptop or PC has a traditional hard drive…

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DxOMark overhauls smartphone camera testing methodology and ratings

(Image: DxOMark) I can’t say I have always trusted DxOMark ratings for smartphone cameras (the HTC 10 comes to mind), but it offers a more consistent test environment than my own real-world testing. DxOMark just introduced a new mobile test protocol and is in the process of updating its scores. The new protocol includes zoom and bokeh sub-scores, low-light testing down to 1 Lux, and motion-based testing for real-world simulation. With the new test protocol, the HTC U11 remains at…

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The entire Amazon Echo lineup explained: Which smart device is right for you?

After Amazon’s event earlier this week there will shortly be a formidable amount different versions Amazon Echoes on the market.  In addition to the existing Amazon Echo, Amazon Echo Dot, Amazon Echo Show, and Amazon Echo Look, the ecommerce giant announced a newly redesigned Amazon Echo, a new speaker called the Amazon Echo Plus, and a mini screen-equipped device called the Amazon Echo Spot. Confused? We don’t blame you.  Here’s our guide to the Amazon Echo lineup as it currently…

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Whole Foods Discloses Credit Card Breach | News & Opinion

Hackers accessed the payment card information used at Whole Foods taprooms and full table-service restaurants. Bad news for those who have dined or had drinks at Whole Foods: the Amazon-owned organic grocery store chain on Thursday disclosed a security breach that may have compromised your credit card information. In a statement, Whole Foods said it “recently received information regarding unauthorized access of payment card information used at certain venues such as taprooms and full table-service restaurants located within some stores.”…

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Google reportedly working on Echo Show competitor

Amazon’s Echo Show may soon get some competition from Google. Chris Monroe/CNET Google is working on a tabletop smart screen for video calls that will take on Amazon’s Echo Show, TechCrunch reported Thursday. The device, internally codenamed “Manhattan,” will have a similar screen size to the 7-inch Echo Show, people familiar with the matter told the tech site. The device, which may run a version of Android, was expected to be released in mid-2018, but there is pressure to release it…

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Opera VPN for iOS – are free VPNs about to steal the mobile market? | Apps & wearables

Apple’s App Store is flush with VPN apps for iPhone users but the ones worth installing tend to require subscriptions that cost anything from $5 to $25 per month.  Now browser firm Opera believes it can offer big VPN performance to iPhone users at no cost in a new app called Opera VPN for iOS. The security and anonymity offered by VPNs has become a theme for Opera ever since it acquired Canadian outfit SurfEasy in 2015 with the intention…

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When AI takes our jobs, only developers stand a chance

For many years, technology has been doing away with jobs from leech collectors to elevator operators and milkmen to telephone operators. Technology is now threatening jobs from bartenders to your friendly neighborhood postal worker to even your Uber driver. Only a few jobs may escape the coming age of smart automation. Under the assumption that AI, robots, and other automation poised to make most workers permanently unemployed, some politicians, economists, and techies have proposed that we accept a future with…

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That ‘Check For Update’ Button On Android Won’t Be Useless Anymore : TECH : Tech Times

Pokemon Go gameplay: Playing Nintendo’s hit smartphone app on the streets of London Google has significantly changed how it rolls out updates. Thanks to a Google Play Services update, the “check for update” button on Android will now yield the latest software available, whether or not the user is on a rollout group.  ( Android | Twitter ) Android users know this all too well: repeatedly tapping “check for update” will eventually yield a software update to arrive. Just keep…

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ATHENA laser weapon ‘kills’ 5 ‘outlaws’

Silent, invisible, deadly. The powerful ATHENA laser weapon can destroy enemy threats within seconds. It just destroyed five Outlaw drones. For the United States, thanks to pioneering efforts of American companies like Lockheed Martin and the military, laser weapons are no longer the stuff of Star Wars and Star Trek. In near-term future battles, the U.S. military can choose to bring laser weapons mounted on vehicles, vessels, and more, to war. By comparison, the weapons of any enemy will look…

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On the astounding lack of extraterrestrials ‘round Here / Boing Boing

If you’ve ever looked around and wondered, where are all the aliens, hit Play, below. No, you won’t find an alien. But you’ll hear a luxuriously unhurried interview with British astronomer Stephen Webb. He has probably given this question more careful thought than any living person, and many (but by no means all) of his reflections can be found in his brilliant book, Where Is Everybody. This is the eighth episode of my podcast series (co-hosted by Tom Merritt), which launched here…

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