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The ultimate guide to staying anonymous and protecting your privacy online

Now more than ever, your online privacy is under attack. Your ISP, advertisers, and governments around the world are increasingly interested in knowing exactly what you’re up to when you browse the web. Whether you’re a political activist or simply ...

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These two iPhone apps immerse you inside a movie’s world

Share This article Movies began in the 1890s as extremely short, soundless, black-and-white streams of picture frames. Since then, they gained sound, color, various frame and screen sizes, and more recently, multiple attempts at recreating 3D. Beyond that, there is ...

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4K Ultra Blu-rays will land on store shelves by Christmas

Share This article If you’ve been hoping for a 4K Blu-ray upgrade to show off a swank new 4K television, Christmas 2015 should be the highlight of your year. According to Victor Matsuda, the Blu-ray Disc Association’s Global Promotions Committee ...

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Quantum batteries could allow for super-fast charging thanks to entanglement

Share This article As mobile devices get more powerful, they also burn through batteries at an ever increasing rate. Capacities have been inching upward over the years, but one of the biggest improvements has been fast-charging technologies like Qualcomm’s Quick ...

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Mozilla blasts Microsoft for overriding user choice in Windows 10

Share This article Windows 10 dropped this week with a promise of a free upgrade for anyone using Windows 7 or 8, but it turns out there’s a fly in that ointment. If you previously used Chrome or Firefox as ...

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MH370 found? New debris off the coast of Madagascar sparks immediate investigation

Share This article Ever since MH370 went down in the Indian Ocean (at least, according to the best-available data), pundits, amateur enthusiasts, deep sea salvage experts, and whackjob conspiracy theorists have hotly debated the final resting place of the aircraft. ...

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Did these researchers just create an autistic computer program?

Share This article Last month, it was revealed that Google’s research in artificial neural networks (ANNs) was occasionally producing some truly weird images — and some users noticed right away what a striking resemblance these visuals bore to the ones ...

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FAA is investigating YouTube video of a drone firing a handgun

Share This article A mechanical engineering student from Connecticut has attracted the attention of the Federal Aviation Administration, and not in a good way. 18-year-old Austin Haughwout had a viral hit on his hands earlier this month when he uploaded ...

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Ford Sync 3: better and faster, if not a standout

Share This article Ford Sync 3 is okay now. It took eight years and three tries to take a great idea and give it usability, speed and — we hope — freedom from glitches. Even if you don’t fall in love with ...

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Tesla Motors delivers ‘ludicrous speed upgrade’ for Model S P85D

Share This article In a press conference today, Tesla Motors CEO Elon Musk announced one that’s sure to get the attention of current and future Model S P85D owners — a “ludicrous speed upgrade” (thanks, Mel Brooks) that drops the ...

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