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Harvard student used Tor to anonymize bomb threat emails, failed

Harvard student Eldo Kim allegedly used Tor to anonymize emails threatening to blow up four campus buildings, but still got caught due to the way in which he apparently used the IP address-masking network. Read on to learn why.
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Pirate Bay channeling its inner Johnny Cash, moves to Guyana .GY domain

Pirate Bay's domain has been forced to do quite a bit of traveling as of late. Though they recently switched to a Peruvian-based domain, that nation just suspended them. Now, Pirate Bay sports a Guyanese domain.
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Universal laptop chargers may become a reality, greatly reduce e-waste

The frustrating reality of different chargers for almost every laptop could come to an end down the line, though that concept may not see the light of day for quite some time. Read on to learn more.
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New Apple Mac Pro begins shipping tomorrow, starts at $3,000

Earlier this year, Apple took the wraps off the newest revision of its Mac Pro desktop. Starting tomorrow, you'll be able to snag one for yourself. No, really! Read on to learn more.
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Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1 Review

Panasonic Toughpad FZ-G1 review.
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Yahoo Mail status page down [Update: Story corrected]

After an apology from Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer herself, the official Yahoo Mail status page has been updated with new information. Read on to learn more about the web giant's progress on Mail restoration here.
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Is Apple about to end its support of OS X Snow Leopard?

Though Mac OS X Snow Leopard is only about four years old, it's possible that Apple just sent out a significant signal, indicating that it will cease to support the operating system.
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Google, HP to resume Chromebook 11 Sales, replace chargers for free

After a safety recall and multiple reports of melting power adapters, Google just announced that it will resume selling the HP Chromebook 11. However, they have made moves to allay any safety concerns though. Read on to learn more.
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Microsoft’s Telepathwords tells you if your password sucks or not

Data breaches are arguably more common now than ever. To safeguard against such intrusions at the hands of hackers, use Telepathwords, a tool developed by Microsoft that tells you whether your password is easy or difficult to crack.
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Apple releases OS X Mavericks update with Mail fixes and more

Apple on Monday released its first update to Mavericks, with version 10.9.1 focusing particularly on sorting out issues with Mail. Changes to Safari bring improvements to form-filling procedures, as well as to its new Shared Links feature.
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Over 91k Internet gambling accounts opened in New Jersey

There are certain types of business that never seem to go belly up. Casinos are one of them, and there's plenty of evidence to believe that NJ-based casinos could thrive again with the recent introduction of online gambling within the…
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What will CES look like in 10 years?

Though CES is a massively important show to both tech journalists and tech developers, it's size and scope has decreased in recent years. There are reasons to believe that this trend will continue as well.