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At $1,500, Toshiba’s 4K laptop is affordable, and launches next week

Toshiba just took the wraps of a new 4K laptop, which will be launching next week. You can learn more about the Toshiba Satellite P55t here.
Mobile

Heartbleed Bug claims 900 Canadian taxpayers as its first victims

Attackers have exploited the Heartbleed Bug vulnerability to remove the Social Insurance Numbers (SIN) of hundreds of taxpayers from the registry of the Canada Revenue Agency (CRA).
Mobile

When did tech get so political? Let’s stop ousting executives

Lately, tech has gotten really political. One major executive has resigned from Mozilla because of his views on gay marriage, and a Dropbox board member is now under fire for her past. Is this the new reality?
Computing

Mozilla names marketing exec Chris Beard as interim CEO after Brendan Eich resignation

Mozilla has a new interim CEO. Chris Beard, the firm's head of marketing, will assume the post after Brendan Eich's recent resignation. Learn more here.
Product Review

ASUS M70AD-US003S Review

ASUS M70AD-US003S review.
Computing

OpenSSL Foundation president asks for more financial support in the wake of Heartbleed

The head of the organization that handles the money used to support OpenSSL has asked for additional funds to help the team that works on the software. Learn more here.
Computing

Scan websites for Heartbleed with this Google Chrome browser extension

You can protect yourself from the Heartbleed OpenSSL vulnerability with Chromebleed, a free Google Chrome browser extension. Learn more about how Chromebleed works, and how to get it here.
Computing

NSA must report security flaws — with some exceptions

A report in the New York Times sheds new light on the NSA's policy towards bugs such as Heartbleed — while the Agency is obliged to report the majority of vulnerabilities, it can choose not to.
Computing

Best free data recovery tools

Losing important files can be devastating, but these free tools can help you recover what you lost. Learn more here.
Computing

Microsoft could make Live Tiles even more interactive

Microsoft researchers have been playing around with the Start screen tiles, and if a new demo video is anything to go by they could look more like Android widgets in future versions of Windows.
Computing

The pocket-sized printer that moves across pages

Ever wanted a printer that you can carry around in your pocket? The Mini Mobile Robotic Printer, currently raising funds through a Kickstarter campaign, could be just what you've been looking for.
Computing

No, really: Windows XP refugees should take a second look at Windows 8

Windows 8.1 is far from perfect, but I think the OS is finally ready to be embraced by non-touchscreen users.