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How to remove the Babylon search toolbar

Well, it was bound to happen sooner or later. Check out our guide on how to remove the Babylon search toolbar and accompanying software so you can rid yourself of the pesky utility and regain control of your favorite browser once and for…
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Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer apologizes for email fail

In a message posted to a Tumbler blog, Yahoo CEO Marissa Mayer shed some light on the problems many have experienced with the firm's Mail service, as well as what's being done to fix them.
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Italy approves measure to clamp down harder on piracy

Piracy and copyright infringement, like many other crimes, may never go away. However, that hasn't stopped Italy from passing some strict anti-piracy regulations that will go into effect next year.
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Anti-piracy patent granted to AT&T

Do you subscribe to AT&T's Internet service? Do you engage in some five-finger discounting through the use of illegal P2P file sharing sites in the like? You may want to read up on AT&T's latest patent then.
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How to make the most of your PC’s ports

There's no denying the fact that we're moving towards a totally wireless world, which will no doubt take some getting used to. In the meantime, here are some ways to make your wireless-capable gear friendlier to port-based devices.
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Google considering designing its own ARM-based chips, says report

Google is said to be considering following Apple's lead and designing its own processors based on ARM architecture. The company currently uses Intel chips for the servers inside its data centers.
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Engineer gets his 27-year-old Macintosh Plus online

Engineer Jeff Keacher overcomes exploding hardware, out-dated protocols and a lack of Wi-Fi to introduce his ancient Macintosh Plus computer to the Web. Not bad for a machine with a 8MHz CPU inside.
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Missed the Bitcoin boat? Here are 6 other cryptocurrencies that might make you rich

With a single Bitcoin running about $900 these days, those of us who never bought in may feel like we've missed out on a great investment. Luckily, there are many other alternative cryptocurrencies that you can take an early adopter gamble…
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Apple MacBook Pro 13 with Retina vs HP Spectre 13t

The Spectre 13t is HP's new premium ultrabook, yet it boasts a surprisingly affordable base price of $999, which includes a 128GB solid state drive and 1080p display. Can such an inexpensive laptop fight off Apple's smallest MacBook Pro?
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Is a Litecoin mining boom leading to a graphics card shortage?

As Litecoin overtakes BItcoin as the most profitable cryptocurrency to mine on a GPU, it would seem AMD Radeon cards are selling out as a result. Find out more about the Litecoin boom and how it relates to Bitcoin.
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Here’s how to set up a Windows login password

Security should be a concern for everyone, not just big data firms and governments. That's why you should consider adding a password to Windows. Here's how to do just that in no time.
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SteamOS is now available to download

With prototype Steam Machines making their way to beta testers in the US, Valve has made an early version of its SteamOS software available for anyone to download. If you know your way around Linux, you can give it a whirl.