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Student secretly used Harvard’s supercomputer to mine Dogecoin

Insert your own broken English summary here: a Harvard University student has been kicked off the school's 14,000-core supercomputer after it was discovered that he or she was using it for a Dogecoin mining contest.
Computing

Nvidia releases new GeForce 334.89 graphics card drivers, download now

Along with releasing a trio of brand new graphics cards, Nvidia has released a new set of GeForce drivers. Read on to learn more about the changes and fixes that the new drivers include here.
Computing

Block pop up ads with this Internet Explorer browser add on

If you surf the web at all, then you've undoubtedly come across your fair share of annoying pop up ads. With this Internet Explorer add on however, you can smite most pop ups automatically.
Computing

AMD says recent graphics card shortage, price hikes due to Chinese New Year, Litecoin miners

AMD gave us some interesting insight into what was behind the recent graphics card shortages and price hikes. Read on to learn more about why the shortages and spikes occurred here.
Computing

This PCIe Bitcoin mining card is being sold for 50 percent more on eBay

Bitcoin, and other crypto-currencies are all the rage these days. In fact, they're so popular, that computer hardware designed to mine Bitcoin and similar techno-cash is selling for hundreds above the original price on eBay.
Computing

Microsoft issues fix for 0-day vulnerability in Internet Explorer 9 and 10

Though a security hole has been discovered in Internet Explorer 9 as well as Internet Explorer 10, Microsoft has already issued a workaround fix. Read on to learn more about the threat here.
Computing

YouTube update for desktop brings new design and playlist enhancements

YouTube is in the middle of rolling out a cleaner design for its desktop site that pushes it closer to the look and feel of its mobile apps. A few changes designed to enable easier creation and management of playlists have also been…
Computing

Dell partners up with the Alliance for Wireless Power

Dell, one of the world's biggest PC manufacturers, is partnering up with the Alliance for Wireless Power, the first PC maker to do so. Are wirelessly charging Dell PCs on the way?
Computing

New zero-day Adobe Flash vulnerability discovered by research firm

According to an Internet security research firm, a new Adobe Flash hole has been discovered and used in attacks on multiple websites. Read on to learn more here.
Computing

LaCie reveals ‘industry’s first’ 5TB 7200 rpm mechanical hard drives

LaCie just revealed their first 5TB mechanical hard drives, which they're calling the "industry's first." Read on to learn more about LaCie's announcement here.
Home Theater

Western justice: Utah judge deals Aereo its first big loss

A Utah court issued the first major legal defeat for online streaming service, Aereo, resulting in an injunction against the service in the west. Click the link to find out where the decision takes effect, and what this means for the…
Computing

LibreOffice open source Office suite gets bumped to version 4.2.1

The Document Foundation, home to OpenOffice and LibreOffice, has released the latest version of the latter open source productivity suite. Read on to learn more about the changes here.