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Enigma Software sues BleepingComputer for alleged 'smear campaign'

Enigma Software is suing tech reviews site BleepingComputer for negative remarks posted on its site, and has accused it of carrying out a smear campaign against its SpyHunter software.
Computing

Mozilla drops ‘Train Model,’ shifts Firefox to a flexible release schedule

Mozilla has announced that Firefox version updates will no longer be released at rigid six-week intervals, instead moving to a more flexible schedule that is slated to commence in June 2016.
Computing

Ubisoft claims consoles did not hamstring The Division on PC

It's somewhat expected of modern PC games that if they have a console port then the PC version probably could have looked better. Not so with The Division according to Ubisoft, which has denied all claims to the contrary.
Apple

Mac Pro video cards are dropping like flies, but Apple has a plan to help

Apple's new Repair Extension Program addresses the common "distorted video, no video, system instability, freezing, restarts, shut downs," and system startup failures found on the late 2013 Mac Pro.
Mobile

Google Project Ara tablet rumors and news

Google's Project Ara lets you swap out components of your smartphone, so you can upgrade just the camera, for example, instead of buying a new phone outright. But we could be seeing a tablet first -- a device with a 13.8-inch display has…
Computing

MSI’s new gaming laptop knows how to make eye contact

MSI's GT72S G Tobii appears to be an acceptable way to show off eye-tracking tech on a gaming notebook, but a lofty $2,600 price tag might suggest otherwise. At least it doesn't hold back on the specs.
Computing

Watch out, hard disks! Solid state drives will soon store more data

Hard disk drives are still considered the kings of storage density, but a new breakthrough form Micron has stolen the crown, and may lead to solid state drives with capacities well above ten terabytes.
Computing

Oracle says your old Java executable might install malware

If you've got an old Java installer sitting in your downloads folder, delete it. Oracle has just announced that old installers are vulnerable to binary planting, which could result in your system being compromised.
Web

Torrents Time lets you stream from The Pirate Bay and others, right inside a browser window

Being a pirate isn't as easy as it used to be. Torrents Time lets torrent sites like The Pirate Bay add the ability to stream videos directly in a user's browser, -- but as is always, there's a catch.
Computing

Is your Chromebook drowsy? Here's how to make it stay awake

While the Chrome OS sleep mode saves battery power, it's often more annoying than anything else, as it doesn't stay awake even when downloading files or streaming music. Here's how to keep your Chromebook from feeling drowsy.
Computing

Asus announces the winged GK2000 premium keyboard

Keyboards don't often literally come with wings, but don't underestimate aesthetic purchase incentives. Asus' new keyboard both looks stylish and seems functional, and there are plenty of customization options.