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- Need for Speed puts The Fast and the Furious back into street racing July 1, 2015Neon lights. Spoilers. Ten-second cars. Spinning rims. Tinted windows. Nitrous. Streets that always seem slightly wet. The crowds. The cops.I’ll admit it: I’ve missed this side of Need for Speed. I’ve missed the over-the-top, The Fast and the Furious side of this series.And yes, I do need to specify The Fast and the Furious, as in “the first film in the seri […]Hayden Dingman
- HTC Dot View update puts more info on your pixelated screen July 1, 2015The HTC Dot View case gains a few new tricks with an update to its accompanying Android app. Version 2.1 of the HTC Dot View app now lets you check out the date, time, temperature, or battery status by tapping the clock display. You can also swipe up to get “mealtime” notifications, which are restaurant suggestions tied into HTC’s SenseHome software. You’ll […]Derek Walter
- The Guardian Project brings ultra-secure Tor browser to Android July 1, 2015The Guardian Project, which has backed previous efforts to put the Tor browser on Android, is back with what could be the best option yet.The newest project is Orfox, is based on the same code base as Mozilla’s Firefox. Because it shares code with a desktop browser, it should be a more capable browser than a previous effort that uses WebView, which is typica […]Derek Walter
- How to use PPAs to install bleeding-edge software in Ubuntu and Linux Mint July 1, 2015Linux users install most of their software directly from a centralized package repository managed by their Linux distribution of choice. This is a convenient, one-stop shop place to get your software—but what if the repository doesn’t have the program you need, or you want a newer version? For Ubuntu and Linux Mint users, that’s where personal package archiv […]Chris Hoffman
- Microsoft streamlines hybrid cloud operations with new tools July 1, 2015Workloads moved to the cloud must be managed properly, so Microsoft has released new tools to help system administrators bridge their in-house data centers with Azure services.The company has released an add-on for managing cloud workloads within the company’s System Center systems management suite. It has also expanded the range of backup options for hostin […]Joab Jackson
- 'Cloud tax' jacks up Netflix bills in Chicago July 1, 2015The city of Chicago is enforcing a new and unprecedented tax on cloud services, possibly raising the cost of Netflix, Spotify, and other forms of streaming entertainment for residents.As The Verge reports, the so-called “cloud tax” went into effect on July 1, and levies a 9 percent tax on “electronically delivered amusements” such as streaming video, streami […]Jared Newman
- Hacktivist group possibly compromised hundreds of websites July 1, 2015A hacker group known as Team GhostShell is publishing snippets of sensitive data allegedly stolen from the databases of hundreds of compromised websites.The group, which previously targeted government organizations, law enforcement agencies and companies from various industries in 2012, announced in March 2013 that it was halting its activities.In a surprise […]Lucian Constantin
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