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SEP 30, 2014 - Wired

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The Weird Way the Heartbleed Bug Made the Web More Secure

Over the weekend, the world wide web became a lot more secure. That’s because a San Francisco started called CloudFlare turned on a free service that will let its 2 million customers add SSL encryption to their websites. SSL—short for “secure sockets layer”—makes it harder for criminals to spoof sites, and it encodes site traffic […] The post The Weird ...

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SEP 28, 2014 - TechRadar

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MacFormat: This is why the Apple Watch doesn't need a killer app

Despite our veneer of sophistication, we're a pretty simple species really; it's why we eat burgers, why we laugh when Charlie bites his brother's finger, and why the idea of killer app is so resilient. A quick history lesson. The classic example of a killer app is VisiCalc, a spreadsheet programme available initially exclusively for the Apple II, but if ...

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SEP 26, 2014 - TechRadar

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Review: Updated: Acer Aspire V7

Introduction and designLaptops fall into neat categories. The 11.6-inch notebooks stay small and affordable, the Ultrabook sits at the higher-end spectrum of mobile computing and anything 14 inches and up is represented with budget or gaming laptops up until you get to the 17-inch mobile gaming rigs.For the most part, there's no deviation from this mold, other than 2-in-1 laptops ...

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SEP 22, 2014 - Washington Post

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How airlines explain net neutrality

The debate about whether Internet providers should be able to deliver some Web sites faster  than others for an extra fee generated some strong rhetoric Friday. In an interview with The Washington Post, Tim Berners-Lee — credited with inventing the World Wide Web — lashed out at that plan, calling the concept a form of bribery. Read full article >>

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SEP 19, 2014 - Huffington Post

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This Is What It's Like To Be A Woman Online

Being a woman on the Internet is no easy feat. Anyone who's ventured onto the World Wide Web has likely witnessed -- or been on the receiving end of -- comments thrown at a woman simply because, well, she's female. In a video titled "What It's Like To Be A Woman Online," Buzzfeed interviewed nine women who are visible and ...

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