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- Facebook further automates trending topics, ditches human-written descriptions August 27, 2016Facebook is a little closer to completely automating its trending topics feature. On Friday, the company announced that it would no longer have employees write short descriptions for each trending topic it displays.Instead, the trending topics box will simply show how many people are discussing a topic. When you mouse over a topic, it’ll show a description t […]Nick Mediati
- Dell Inspiron 17 7778 review: This massive 17-inch 2-in-1 is a worthwhile desktop replacement August 27, 2016Dell recently refreshed its Inspiron notebook line with a new batch of 2-in-1s that come in a variety of configurations and sizes. Within the line’s flagship 7000 series, the 17-inch models are held up as “high-performance,” compared to their 13- and 15-inch kin. Here we review the Inspiron 17 7778, which is one rung down from the top of the heap and retails […]Josh Norem
- This week in games: Stranger Things becomes an 80s-style SCUMM, Duke Nukem returns from the grave August 26, 2016I had to take a break last week from wrapping up the week’s gaming news and putting a big floppy bow on it, thanks to a 103-degree fever (40 degrees for you not-Americans). But now I’m back! I’d say “Better Than Ever,” but I’d be lying.Anyway, this week we’ve got a Stranger Things adventure game, some sort of Duke Nukem resurrection, the long-awaited return […]Hayden Dingman
- Medical device security ignites an ethics firestorm August 26, 2016One security research company is taking a controversial approach to disclosing vulnerabilities: It’s publicizing the flaws as a way to tank a company’s stock.The security firm, MedSec, made news on Thursday when it claimed that pacemakers and other health care products from St. Jude Medical contain vulnerabilities that expose them to hacks.However, MedSec is […]Michael Kan
- Twitter will soon let you use keyword filters to combat online harassment August 26, 2016Online harassment on Twitter has gotten so bad that some users opt to never read their mentions, while others are driven to log off the platform forever.Now, Twitter is addressing the problem with a new anti-harassment tool, according to Bloomberg. Twitter is developing a feature that would allow users to filter out certain keywords from their timeline and m […]Oscar Raymundo
- Got big data? Check out these 100 best practices for keeping it secure August 26, 2016Big data is best known for its volume, variety, and velocity -- collectively referred to as the "3 Vs" -- and all three of those traits make security an elusive goal. Targeting companies grappling with that challenge, the Cloud Security Alliance on Friday released a new report offering 100 best practices.As its name would suggest, the CSA focuses o […]Katherine Noyes
- Samsung 750 EVO SSD review: Like butter, but better August 26, 2016The new Samsung 750 EVO is only a slightly different beast than its predecessor, the 850 EVO, but the differences are all to the good. The most salient is the speed at which it reads and writes large files. The 750 has a bit more cache, so you won’t work outside of its bounds as often—and when you do, sustained operations are a bit faster. The icing on the c […]Jon L. Jacobi
- Five to Try: Opera VPN secures your web browsing, and Riptide GP: Renegade revs up August 26, 2016Here's a look at the Play Store's most enticing new Android apps.Andrew Hayward
- Google is nixing the Device Assist app for Nexus phones August 26, 2016Google giveth, and then it taketh away. The latest casualty to undergo the Mountain View culling is the Device Assist app, which was built to offer quick tips, troubleshooting suggestions, and quick access to Google support.Now when you fire up the app you’ll see a notice that it’s going away under the Detected Issues section. Touch the card and you’ll get a […]Derek Walter
- Mozilla launches free website security scanning service August 26, 2016In order to help webmasters better protect their websites and users, Mozilla has built an online scanner that can check if web servers have the best security settings in place.Dubbed Observatory, the tool was initially built for in-house use by Mozilla security engineer April King, who was then encouraged to expand it and make it available to the whole world […]Lucian Constantin