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August 18, 2017

Are Data Caps Really Necessary?

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Linus Sebastian — the host of Techquickie, examines the question: Are Data Caps Really Necessary?

Solus 3 Linux OS Review — Looking Good

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Solus Logo
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Review of Solus Linux 3 — A unique Linux Distro which has been built from the ground up to give a fast performance, and to provide a feature rich luxurious desktop called Budgie.

August 16, 2017

LG Gram 2017 Laptop — Justin Tse's Experience

LG Gram 2017 Laptop
LG Gram 14Z970 i5 14" Touchscreen Laptop (2017 - Dark Silver)
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Justin Tse — a technology vlogger, tells us exactly what he thinks of the LG Gram 2017 laptop.

Quick Look At Manjaro Deepin

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Manjaro Linux Logo 
Tom Murosky — the creator of Switched To Linux, gives us a quick look at Manjaro Deepin; a community spin on Manjaro.

Solus 3 New Releases 2017

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Solus Logo
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A YouTuber who goes by the sobriquet, English Bob, talks about Solus 3.

You Don't Need To Change Your Passwords So Often

Steve Gibson
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The researcher who originally recommended that everyone should use passwords with special characters, and change them often has something to say: he was wrong. And he regrets his advice.

August 15, 2017

Google Ate The World — What's Next?

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Google
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Google and a few other tech companies are dividing the world amongst themselves.

Wireless Warfare Exposed — Declassified Military Doc Proves Smart Phones Are Killing Mankind

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iPhone
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Dave Dicks — the host of Press for Truth, shares with us: Wireless Warfare Exposed — Declassified Military Doc Proves Smart Phones Are Killing Mankind.

Solus Linux Updates August 15th, 2017

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Solus Logo
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A YouTuber who goes by the sobriquet, English Bob, was impressed when he found out that the updates that he received from Solus did not break his computer.

Top 5 Linux Web Browsers

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Five 
After looking at the variety of web browsers for Linux, Tom wanted to assemble the list of top browsers he uses on his Linux computers.

August 14, 2017

The Coolest Phone You've Never Heard Of...

Doogee Mix
Doogee Mix
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If you are looking for a low-end smartphone, the Doogee Mix might be the one for you.

August 13, 2017

Whitelisting iPhone Calls

Leo Laporte
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John from Santa Monica wants to only allow calls from his contact list to ring on his phone while blocking other calls.

Linux Desktop Roundup: A Look At Five Desktop Environments

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Five 
Joe Collins — a Linux enthusiast, shares his thoughts on KDE Plasma, GNOME, Cinnamon, MATE and Xfce.

August 10, 2017

An UltraWide Gaming Setup For You!

LG 34UG89G-B 34-Inch UltraWide IPS Gaming Monitor
LG 34UG89G-B 34" UtraWide Gaming Monitor
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Dave Lee — the man behind Dave 2 D, reviews the LG 34UG89G-B 34-Inch UltraWide IPS Gaming Monitor With G-SYNC.

Why Does Windows Phone Exist In 2017?

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Windows Logo 
With Windows 10 Mobile, Windows Phone in 2017 is barely hanging on.

WordPress Widgets — WordPress Tutorials

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WordPress Icon
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Tom Murosky — the creator of Switched To Linux, goes into detail on WordPress widgets.

August 9, 2017

US Senate Bill Proposes IoT Security Bill

Steve Gibson
A screenshot of Steve Gibson 
A pair of US Senators, one from each political party, Virginia's Democratic Senator Mark Warner and Colorado's Republican Senator Cory Gardner have introduced a new bill titled "The Internet of Things Cybersecurity Improvement Act of 2017". It forbids any Internet connected devices purchased by the US government from having hard-coded (unchangeable) usernames and passwords in their devices.

WannaCry Hero Jailed By US

Steve Gibson
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Marcus Hutchins was the white-hat hacker who reverse engineered enough of the WannaCry work to spot its attempt to retrieve a web asset from a bizarrely named and, at the time, unregistered domain. Upon registering that domain the worm's fetches resolved and all copies of the massively-spreading worm ceased scanning and reproducing themselves.

August 8, 2017

Manage Your Kids' Screen Time

Megan Morrone
A screenshot of Megan Morrone 
In this episode of iOS Today, Leo Laporte and Megan Morrone talk about OurPact, a service that helps you manage screen time with your kids more efficiently. You block certain apps from your kids during certain times of the day or turn off their access when you need to.

Zorin OS Lite 12.1

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Zorin OS Logo 
A YouTuber who goes by the sobriquet, English Bob, reviews Zorin OS 12.1 Lite.

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