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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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Feeling charitable? Facebook debuts ‘Donate Now’ button for nonprofit organizations

Facebook users can donate to some of their favorite nonprofits by using the social network's new "Donate Now" button, which allows for simple philanthropy. Nineteen charities are currently set up to receive funds directly from Facebook…

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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Google testing smart thermostat service, reportedly called EnergySense

Google is reportedly running a program called EnergySense involving the testing of Internet-connected thermostats in possible preparation for a new service to help consumers use energy more efficiently around the home.
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UK’s budget-tablet market getting crowded with launch of ‘world’s cheapest’ slate

Slate-hunting consumers in the UK have quite a few low-cost options to choose from this holiday shopping season, with the latest to hit stores described by its maker as 'the world's cheapest tablet'.
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Facebook video ads may start appearing Thursday

Video ads are expected to land on Facebook users' feeds this week, according to a report Tuesday. With an active user base of more than a billion people, the ads have the potential to turn into a huge money-spinner for the social networking…
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DT Daily: China’s moon rover, Beyonce’s stealth album release and a new look for an old friend 2:38

Today on DT Daily: China’s space program take a big lunar step forward, Beyonce’s “game changing” album release and Philips’ new LED light bulb has a look we like.

Sprint’s 4G LTE service expands into 70 new markets

Ideal for Sprint customers that have been stuck at 3G speeds for data usage on their mobile devices, Sprint has rolled out more 4G LTE support in new markets all over the United States.

Target refuses to sell Beyoncé’s new album due to digital-first release

As digital delivery continues to dominate sales within the music industry, the lack of a physical disc option at the launch of Beyoncé's latest release has caused Target to bow out of CD sales of the new album.
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UPS driver leaves Android tablet in garbage can on trash day

Definitely a horrible place to leave something potentially expensive, a UPS driver in Missouri thought it would be a great idea to leave a package containing a tablet inside a trash can along the street.
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