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Microsoft looks to fight cybercrime in Latin America with new facility in Mexico

On Friday, technology company Microsoft announced the launch of a new Cybersecurity Engagement Center in Mexico as part of its global initiative to bolster IT security.
Mobile

Nokia has confidence its VR cameras, smartphones, 5G tech will drive growth

At the Mobile World Congress conference in Barcelona, Finnish company Nokia outlined its plans for growth. Those plans include new smartphones, medical devices, virtual reality cameras, and more.
Computing

Want to move your Windows 10 install to a new hard drive? Here’s how

Migrating your your files can be a bit tricky, whether you’re moving your Windows install to a new hard drive or an entirely new rig. Thankfully, this guide will help you move files, settings, and other critical data to a new drive.
Computing

Tired of waiting for a new Surface Pro? Check out HP’s tough new 2-in-1

HP took the wraps off its Mobile World Congress lineup to reveal a new 2-in-1 device and a number of compatible peripherals and accessories. The company also has a new USB 3.1 dock, and a travel hub for adding ports and displays.
Cool Tech

Awesome tech you can’t buy yet: Jellyfish tanks, wearable luggage, and more

Check out our roundup of the coolest crowdfunding projects and product announcements that hit the web this week. You can't buy this stuff yet, but it sure is fun to gawk!
Computing

Building your own PC is the best way to earn geek cred – here’s how to do it

You could buy a PC off the shelf, or you could take matters into your own hands and pick out the parts and you want, roll up your sleeves, and put it together yourself. Here's how to do so, regardless of your experience level.
Computing

The FCC just rolled back some of its privacy rules, reversing previous positions

On Friday, the newly appointed chairman of the Federal Communications Commission asked the organization to delay a set of the privacy rules that was initially slated to take effect next week.
Mobile

Data disaster averted! How to back up your Android smartphone

You never know when your Android device might meet its unexpected demise, which is why you should always back up your device in advance. Here's how to do so using a variety of methods, including first and third-party software.
Computing

5G to debut in U.K. in 2017, with tests in 11 U.S. cities starting this spring

The future is coming fast for the United Kingdom. According to the latest reports, Samsung and telecommunications firm Arqiva will be debuting 5G mobile internet to the U.K. in the second half of this year.
Computing

Battle of the browsers: Edge vs. Chrome vs. Firefox vs. Opera vs. Vivaldi 4:21

Choosing a web browser can be tough. Here, we pit the latest versions of Chrome, Internet Explorer, Safari, Opera, Firefox, Edge, and Vivaldi against one another to try and name the best browser for most users.
Cool Tech

Computer says no: New Jersey is using an algorithm to make bail recommendations

If you get arrested in New Jersey, you could find yourself either approved or denied bail based on the recommendation of an algorithm. And, believe it or not, it could help banish bias.
Mobile

Weekly Rewind: Insane stunt pilot lady, life beyond Earth, $700 self-driving car

In the tech world, a lot happens in a week. So much news goes on that it's almost impossible for mere mortals with real lives to keep track of it. That’s why we’ve compiled a quick and dirty list of the top 10 tech stories from this…