Not long after a proposal hit the U.S. Senate seeking to ban the Defense Department from using any of Kaspersky's software platforms, the company is trying to prove it has no ties to the Russian government
Good old Windows XP is still around despite Microsoft’s all-out war against its own product. It’s really tough to fix what many consumers feel doesn’t need fixing. Speaking of war, not only does Windows XP refuse to die
Times have certainly changed in America where in the past if there was a threat of national security, it was treated seriously. Now truth doesn't matter as much to President-elect Donald Trump who continues denouncing facts
Ads aren’t all that bad. They’re designed for people that actually need the stuff they’re selling in case they see them. They help move the economy along by getting folks to buy something they don’t really need or already have.
There was a time when viruses and malware for Apple products were few and far in between. Across many tech forums, whenever there’s some news about something wrong with Windows, users would evangelize about how great their Macs and Linux boxes
We live in lazy, convenient times where word processors correct our spelling and grammar automatically, where browsers auto-complete or auto-suggest website URLs. We sometimes take these things for granted that they backfire.
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