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Anonabox backers have Invizbox to lean on after Kickstarter controversy

If you appreciated the concept behind the Anonabox router, you may like the Invizbox too. Here's why.

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Simpsons World premieres with every episode ever, and some playback bugs

Simpsons World, and all its 550 plus episodes of Simpsons glory, has arrived on the Web, and tucked inside the FX Now app. However, you'll need a cable or satellite subscription to authenticate, and the site/app is also having some initial playback quirks.

Home Theater

Toshiba’s low-cost Radius 11 convertible bends over backwards to please

Convertible Windows 8.1 laptops don't necessarily have to be expensive, and Toshiba's new Satellite Radius 11 looks like one of the most solid low-cost options out there.

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Black Friday kicks off early with hefty discounts on AMD chips

Eager to incentivize computer fans to build new systems or upgrade using A-Series APUs, AMD has announced pre-Black Friday discounts on a number of chips.

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Got a hankering for World Series hardball? This MLB live stream watch guide has you covered

Want to watch and keep track of the 2014 MLB playoffs online? We've got you covered with this guide.

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Security upgrade! Google will now let you log in with a special USB key

Google on Tuesday announced support for Security Key for its Web services. The Mountain View company promises that the system, which uses a special USB stick, will provide stronger online protection for "particularly security-sensitive" individuals.

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Staples is the latest company to announce a credit card data breach

Probably not the last retailer to suffer a massive breach of credit card data this year, office supply chain Staples is looking into the loss of consumer payment information and significant fraudulent activity.

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HP’s Sprout allegedly melds a PC, projector, a 3D scanner, and could create amazing things

HP is allegedly primed to unleash a computer called Sprout, which combines a PC, with a projector, and a 3D scanner. Learn more here.

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Microsoft gives life to the Action Center in the newest Windows 10 build

The first new Windows 10 Technical Preview build since its release has been launched. Learn more about what's new here.

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Apple acknowledges iCloud hacking in China, but says its servers are safe

Apple acknowledges iCloud hacking in China, but says its servers are safe. The man-in-the-middle attack aims to compromise the credentials of iCloud users.

Mobile

There’s almost no chance Congress will force companies to decrypt their phones

Even though FBI director James Comey wants Congress to step in if companies don't decrypt their phones, lawmakers don't sound like they will do that. In fact, a measure expanding the FBI's surveillance power will most likely die in Congress.

Mobile

A desktop PC for ants? Zotac’s latest Zbox is smaller than an iPhone 6 Plus

Interested in checking out what is among the smallest desktop PCs in the world? Read on to learn more about the latest from Zotac.

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Put away your screwdriver: Apple’s new Macs are a bear to disassemble

iFixit has gone deep inside the hoods of the brand new Apple Retina iMac, and the Mac mini. Here's what they found.

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5K isn’t just a big number for Apple’s record-setting iMac, it’s true innovation

Set your cynicism aside. Apple's new 5K Retina iMac offers innovative benefits to enthusiasts, and casual users alike.

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What if Yahoo or Alibaba bought Netflix? Brace yourself, it might just happen

As the online TV space grows more and more crowded thanks to corporate-owned newcomers like HBO and CBS, Netflix has been in a precarious position. Porter Bibb of Mediatech Capital says the small, yet extremely popular company is ripe for a hostile takeover

Home Theater

What’s the difference between Windows 8 and 10?

Though Windows 10 is currently in a very early state, there are already some clear differences between Windows 8 and Windows 10 that are worth discussing.

Computing

CTL's display rocks 4K, and won't rattle your wallet

U.S.A! U.S.A! Local tech firm CTL puts out a cheap 4K monitor that delivers surprisingly solid image quality, and more.

  • Pros: Well built , Plenty of video inputs , Excellent image…
  • Cons: Stand only tilts , Poor on-screen controls , Limited…

Google exec musical chairs suggests an eventual fusion of Chrome OS and Android

A top Google executive in charge of Android has seen his responsibilities get extended to Chrome OS, which suggests that the two platform could merge someday.

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The $200 Asus EeeBook X205 squeaks its way to the market on November 3, pre-order now

You can pre-order the super-cheap Asus EeeBook X205 right now, and it'll be in your hands in just a couple of weeks. Learn more here.

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Get your fix for pigskin play with this NFL live stream watch guide

The NFL season is finally here. Here's our guide on how to stream live football games online.

Computing

South Korea is about to make the world even more jealous with 10Gbps broadband

Get your jealousy ready, world: South Korea, already the undisputed global leader when it comes to broadband speeds, is set to unveil 10Gbps (gigabits per second) Internet service at a conference in Busan on Monday.

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How to change your Gmail account password

Changing your Gmail password may be necessary at one point or another. However, doing so isn't exactly straightforward. Here's how to pull it off.

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Five reasons to get excited about Windows 10

Microsoft has officially introduced Windows 10. Here are five reasons why we're excited about the preview.

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Kickstarter suspends controversial Anonabox router project for breaking the rules

It was only a matter of time, but the crowdfunding campaign for controversial router Anonabox has been suspended by Kickstarter for breaking the rules. The developers behind the project will collect not a single one of the $585,549 pledged to the Anonabox.

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How to send email using another address from your Gmail account

Check out this brief guide where we show you how to send email from different accounts using Gmail.

Computing

Your iPhone is peanut butter, your Mac is jelly, and OS X Yosemite is the sandwich

Apple OS X Yosemite tries to marry mobile functionality with desktop design. The result is a great pairing.

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iMac Retina vs. Dell XPS 27 Touch vs. standard iMac: Which all-in-one wins out?

Here is how the new iMac with Retina Display compares with Apple's highest-end non-Retina iMac, along with its closest Windows-based competitor.

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The FBI doesn’t like phone encryption, says it makes crimes harder to solve

In a speech delivered by FBI director James Comey, it's warned that the agency should have access to encrypted communications of those suspected of crimes, otherwise he believes it makes it harder to enforce the law.

Mobile

For $250, you can't find a classier laptop than Samsung's Chromebook 2

Samsung’s $249 Intel Bay Trail-powered Chromebook 2 sports excellent input devices and audio, but can Chrome run smoothly on just 2GB of RAM?

  • Pros: Solid, attractive design , Comfortable input devices , Loud…
  • Cons: Screen has viewing angle issues , No full-size SD card slot…