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June 2018

  In the past couple of years, the importance of cybersecurity has been emphasized. In the age where more people are completing transactions, making big purchases, and doing research online, consumers are relying on corporations to safeguard their personal data. Here is how companies like Florida Nerds have helped galvanize security measures. Be Cognizant about Your Posting Activity What you say about others online does not exist...

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The PC Gaming Show returns for its fourth year as an offsite alternative to E3.       Dan Ackerman/CNET Despite being the biggest event of the year devoted to video games of all styles and genres, PC gaming still feels like a bit of an outsider inside the halls of the Los Angeles Convention Center.  Even Microsoft, the company with the OS that powers the vast majority of computer gaming, gave PC games only...

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Kingdom Hearts 3 is coming on January 29, 2019. Now is a good time to get keen.   < ![if !supportLists]>·         < ![endif]>  < ![if !supportLists]>·         < ![endif]>  < ![if !supportLists]>·         < ![endif]>  < ![if !supportLists]>·         < ![endif]>  < ![if !supportLists]>·         < ![endif]>  < ![if !supportLists]>·         < ![endif]>   Square Enix If you're...

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Apple has announced that its upcoming macOS Mojave release for Macs will officially be the last to support 32-bit apps. The company made the announcement after unveiling macOS Mojave at WWDC earlier this week, sharing the news on 32-bit apps with developers following the keynote event. Apple first introduced support for 64-bit apps way back in 2007 with the release of OS X Leopard, and...

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Devin [email protected] / May 27, 2018 While Facebook and Cambridge Analytica are hogging the spotlight, data brokers that collect your information from hundreds of sources and sell it wholesale are laughing all the way to the bank. But they’re not laughing in Vermont, where a first-of-its-kind law hems in these dangerous data mongers and gives the state’s citizens much-needed protections. Data brokers in Vermont will now have...

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Google has quietly crept out of the Android tablet business, removing the “tablets” heading from its Android page. Perhaps it hoped no one would notice on a Friday and by Monday it would be old news, but Android Police caught them in the act. It was there yesterday, but it’s gone today. We (well, Romain) called tablets dead in 2016, which was probably a little premature, since over 160 million of...

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