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360 million online account credentials found on the Web, security firm says

An Internet security firm has indicated that they have uncovered information for hundreds of millions of Web accounts in the last few weeks alone. The information was likely leaked by hackers.
Computing

Mt. Gox goes offline leaving Bitcoin investors livid and worried

Hopefully just a temporary blow to the Bitcoin community and future of the digital currency, popular Bitcoin exchange Mt. Gox has completely shut down operations for the near future.
Home Theater

Where’s ours? AT&T, Verizon dogpile on Netflix with requests for cash

Top reps from Verizon and AT&T claim that they too are brokering deals in which Netflix will pay the ISPs fees for faster access to their pipelines. The recent deal between Comcast and Netflix, it seems, was just the beginning. What does…
Home Theater

The BassJump 2 USB-powered subwoofer adds “oomph” to your MacBook’s thin onboard audio

Twelve South's BassJump 2 subwoofer is the solution to those in-between situations when you need more "oomph" than your MacBook speakers can bring, but can't or don't want to use full-on stereo system.
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Mac users, do this now: Apple issues patch for OS X Mavericks SSL vulnerability

Apple just put out a fix for a recently discovered SSL security hole, bumping the latest version of OS X Mavericks to 10.9.2. It also introduces some other fixes and new features to some OS X apps as well. Read on to learn more about the…
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Toshiba announces 64GB, 128GB TransMemory Pro USB 3.0 flash drives

Toshiba, known for making TVs, laptops and hard drives, just unveiled its latest pair of USB 3.0-based flash drives. Read on to learn more about their new TransMemory Pro sticks here.
Computing

AMD releases Catalyst 14.2 Beta driver, download now

AMD just made the latest beta of its Catalyst graphics drivers publicly available, which you can download right now. Read on to learn more about the changes that this new beta set of drivers bring to your AMD GPU.
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Western Digital announces Purple lineup of surveillance-focused 3.5-inch hard drives

Western Digital just took the wraps off a new line of hard drives that are built to be paired with video surveillance setups. Read on to learn more about their new line of Purple 3.5-inch hard drives here.
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Here’s what 2014 Lenovo X1 Carbon owners are complaining about

Not everyone who owns the new Lenovo ThinkPad X1 Carbon is thrilled with it, but there's one feature in particular that's a thorn in the side of at least a bunch of those who own one. Read on to learn more here.
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Gmail adds prominent ‘unsubscribe’ button to help keep your Inbox tidy

Fed up with hunting for that tiny 'unsubscribe' link buried deep in those unwanted marketing emails? For Gmail users, the link will now show clearly in the header information of a message, making the unsubscribe process a whole lot easier.
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‘Pony’ is a botnet that steals Bitcoins

"Pony" is the latest threat to hit the Web. Instead of stealing your data or compromising your social accounts somehow, it goes after your Bitcoins. Read on to learn more about "Pony" here.
Computing

Nokia HERE Maps app released for Windows 8.1, Windows RT

Those of you looking to check out an alternative to Google Maps or the Maps app that ships with Windows 8 may want to give the Nokia HERE Maps app a shot. Read on to learn more here.