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What is Malware?
April 09, 2013, by Greg Anderson
Technology has improved our lives in many ways. But Malware goes against the grain and exists only to make your life difficult. Find out what it is and what you can do about it by watching our video below.
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Your Digital Health: Keeping Trojans, viruses and worms at bay.
April 01, 2013, by Greg Anderson
Ever wondered about what you can do about viruses, Trojans and worms. Stay tuned to find out.
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What is a Hacker?
April 01, 2013, by Greg Anderson
The Media has one catch all term for any kind of computer piracy; hacking. But a closer look reveals some important distinctions.
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What is DSL, and how is it different from cable?
March 29, 2013, by Greg Anderson
Watch our video to find out just what DSL is, and how it differs from Cable.
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Global broadband world map
New Hampshire Has Better Broadband Than Japan
March 28, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Sliced and diced by state, the U.S. dominates worldwide Internet speeds.
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Flutter for Grooveshark
Hand Gestures Control Grooveshark Streaming Music
March 26, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Flutter lets you control Grooveshark, Spotify and iTunes by waving at your screen.
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What is Moore's Law?
March 22, 2013, Robert Workman, TechNews Daily Contributor
Moore's Law is an observation that integrated circuits double in complexity with every advance.
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Microsoft Reveals Details of Law Enforcement Requests
March 22, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Microsoft finally releases figures on law enforcement requests and exceeds Google by showing how often it released user content to authorities.
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Best Google Reader Replacement
March 18, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
There's been a flood of suggestions to replace Google Reader, but currently, only one makes sense for loyal Reader users who value simplicity over style.
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Reinventing Reality: How AR Tech Could Go Wrong
March 14, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
When MIT Media Lab researchers and friends envision the future of augmented reality, the results aren't always pretty.
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Fiber City Episode 3: Why Kansas City?
Fiber City Episode 3: Why Kansas City? | Video
March 14, 2013, by Clayton Ashely
In part three of TechNewsDaily's four part documentary on Google Fiber we look at some the reason Google choose Kansas City as the first city in America to receive the high speed Internet connection …
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What is HTTP Video
March 13, 2013, by Greg Anderson
Find out what HTTP is and how it directs you to each website you visit.
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How Self-Healing Microchips Recover
March 12, 2013, by Marshall Honorof, TechNewsDaily Staff Writer
Caltech engineers have constructed a microchip that can repair itself after extensive damage.
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What is Google Chrome?
March 11, 2013, Robert Workman, TechNews Daily Contributor
Google's open-source Web browser is designed to be 'faster, safer and easier.'
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ARPANET
Who Invented the Internet?
March 08, 2013, Lauren Cox, TechNewsDaily Contributor
No single person exclusively invented the Internet. It was the result of years of collaboration among computer scientists, researchers and engineers.
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Leaderboard Google Super Sync Sports
Flying Fingers: Chrome Unveils Super Sync Sports
February 27, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
New racing game uses smartphone as controller and tests your dexterity.
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NYC Coding Program Pushes for Computer Science Curriculum
February 26, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Code.org hopes to make computer science part of the basic curriculum in schools across the U.S.
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FCC Regulates Signal Boosters: What You Need to Know
February 21, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Beginning March 1, all signal booster users must register their devices with their cellphone service providers.
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3 Reasons to Choose Outlook Over Gmail
February 19, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Hotmail will soon close, and millions will choose a new email service — Outlook or Gmail? Here's how to choose.
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IPv4 - IPv6 transition
At Most 19 Clicks Connect Any Two Webpages
February 18, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Despite billions of pages, any webpage is only about 19 clicks away.
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Who Invented the Computer?
February 14, 2013, Lauren Cox, TechNewsDaily Contributor
No single person gets credit for the invention of the computer.
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Virtual Counselors Help Depressed Youth
February 11, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
A new study shows that talking to an avatar can reduce the symptoms of depression, eliminating awkward face-to-face meetings that many young people loathe.
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Quirky MacBook Case Awaits Go-Ahead
February 04, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Crowdsourced design site offers inventors a cheap way to launch products, but the feedback process can be a big test of their egos.
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Image from the Sequoia's jet engine simulation
Supercomputer Provides Best Image Yet of Jet Engine in Action
January 28, 2013, TechNewsDaily Staff
The Sequoia supercomputer runs one of its last publicly shared experiments before it starts classified work later this year.
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Quora's Blogs Provide Instant Audience
January 23, 2013, by Leslie Meredith, TechNewsDaily Senior Writer
Quora released its new blog format that lets writers reach hundreds of thousands of readers. Company expects on-the-go writing to double in the near future.
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