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    groovyPost How to Save Windows 10 Spotlight Lock Screen Pictures groovyPost Windows 10 includes a limited collection of desktop backgrounds to choose. And, the Windows Spotlight feature, previously limited to Windows 10 Home, became available in the Pro edition via the November Update. It provides a travel log of stunning ...
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    How to improve your Wi-Fi video - CNET - CNET

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    CNET How to improve your Wi-Fi video - CNET CNET Kits include two adapters, one that plugs into your router and another that can be set up anywhere else in the house to widen your network. For more setup tips, visit howto.cnet.com. In San Francisco, I'm Sharon Profis, CNET.com for CBS News. . and more »
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    opensource.com Sustainable Drupal: 10 ways to save energy by speeding up your CMS opensource.com Remove unnecessary HTML to help the page load faster using the module Fences. To change the to the lighter markup, make a copy of any template ... Aggregate and compress your CSS and Javascript further by enabling the Advanced CSS/JS Aggregation ...
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    Variety Facebook Claims NFL Social Chatter Strongly Linked to TV Tune-In Variety Facebook, even as it angles to siphon money away from TV ad budgets, is trying to show networks and other media partners that it can drive consumers to the small screen. On the cusp of Super Bowl 50, the social giant is touting the results of a study ... and more »
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    NJ.com Facebook deletes medical marijuana pages NJ.com TRENTON — Medical marijuana is legal in 23 states including New Jersey, but the ubiquitous social media giant Facebook apparently doesn't "like" it. Home pages run by three Garden State dispensaries and at least handful of others across the country ... Facebook Shuts Down Medical Marijuana Pages in New JerseyABC News Facebook shuts down SJ medical marijuana pageCherry Hill Courier Post all 19 news articles »
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    Silencing Noisy Web Pages New York Times Q. I often listen to music when browsing the web on my Mac but get annoyed when Safari starts blaring an advertisement or some other video — especially in another browser tab. Can I turn off the audio for just the browser? A. The most recent version ...
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    VentureBeat Gamer builds computer inside of Super Mario Maker VentureBeat Mario Maker player Trousers designed a level called “Run a Tiny Computer!” using the popular Nintendo game, and it really works. It's simple, and it can only add the numbers 0+0, 0+1, or 1+1. But what else do you expect from a calculator that runs on ... Super Mario Maker user creates a "computer" in-gameSlashGear This 'Mario Maker computer' puts Nintendo's own creativity to shameWired.co.uk You Can Run A Tiny Computer In 'Super Mario Maker': Here's HowTech Times
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    News & Observer Panther Creek student charged with hacking school computer, changing grades News & Observer A Panther Creek High School student was arrested Wednesday on felony charges stemming from a computer hack in which students' grades were changed last year. Saivamsi Krishna Hanumanthu, 17, of 517 Pilot Hill Drive in Morrisville has been charged ... 17-year-old charged with hacking into high school computerABC NEWS 4 all 30 news articles »
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    Computerworld Cisco sees eight-fold increase in mobile data by 2020 Computerworld The increase will have a dramatic impact on businesses, as IT managers struggle to securely support mobile workers with wearables and other smart devices that increasingly rely on mobile video. Cisco said that smartphones alone will account for 81% of ... Cisco: Internet of things, video will lead to global mobile data surgeZDNet Cisco: Mobile data traffic to increase 800% within 5 yearsFierceWireless What will the mobile world look like in 2020? Predictions suggest smart devices, mobile video and...
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    2016 Mobile And App Marketing Trends - Forbes

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    Forbes 2016 Mobile And App Marketing Trends Forbes By Thomas Husson. In November, Forrester released its mobile predictions for 2016, highlighting how mobile will act as a catalyst for business transformation and explaining why the battle for mobile moments will redefine the vendor landscape. Let's now ...
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    148Apps Blade: Sword of Elysion guide - How to hack and slash your way to victory 148Apps Blade: Sword of Elysion does a good job of teaching you how to attack, but don't forget to defend too. Hit that defend button to block an attack or double tap the dodge button to roll out of the way, then laugh at your enemy missing you. Or something ...
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    groovyPost How to Use Power Search Features in Windows 10 groovyPost The ability to search in Windows 10 for your files or other items online has become much easier in Windows 10. It keeps getting better as Microsoft continues to roll out updates, too. Here's a look at a couple of new and interesting tips you can use to ... and more »
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    CBS News Who's winning the Facebook primary? CBS News In the week leading up to the Iowa caucuses, Donald Trump has dominated the conversation in Iowa and across the U.S.. The social media site released data saying 181,300 Iowans have talked about Trump in the last seven days and there have been ... Trump dominating Facebook conversation in IowaThe Hill (blog) all 2 news articles »
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    Financial Times A UK mobile merger that threatens healthy competition Financial Times To see that happening today, take the UK mobile phones sector, where four networks compete for customers. Consumers have enjoyed innovative services and pricing in recent years, from unlimited internet data to free overseas calls. UK prices are among ... O2 and three merger could push up mobile bills - ofcomDaily Mail all 17 news articles »
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    ZDNet Microsoft and mobile: The headache that won't go away ZDNet Two years ago Microsoft thought that mobile was such an important gap in its strategy that is was worth spending $5.4bn on filling it by buying Nokia's handset business (it later took a $5.7bn write down on that). Mobile is where the growth is, it's ... Windows 10 Mobile news recap: Mozo covers, "death" of Windows Phone, and moreWinBeta The Long, Slow Decline of Windows PhoneThurrott.com (blog) all 63 news articles »
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    Daily Mail Huge funnel web spider found in Newcastle and taken to Australian Reptile Park Daily Mail 'January and February are the peak times when male funnel-web spiders are out trying to find females to mate and given that only males can be milked we really encourage local communities to hand them into the Australian Reptile Park or to participating ... Massive funnel-web's spider venom to be milked in AustraliaBBC News 'Big Boy', the largest-known funnel-web spider, is about to be milkedRedOrbit all 55 news articles »
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    New York Times Facebook's Sensible Ban on Gun Ads New York Times Facebook's decision last week to prohibit private gun sales on its social networking site and on its photo-sharing app Instagram should make it harder for convicted felons and other dangerous people to acquire deadly weapons. That's a very good thing, ... Facebook, Instagram banning private gun sales on their sitesfox2now.com Blumenthal, Murphy Say Facebook Banning Gun Sales Is 'Great News'Hartford Courant Facebook prohibiting private firearms sales from unlicensed sellersArs Technica wreg.com -Local Memphis -Music...
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    Top 10 open source Android app development frameworks LinuxGizmos To meet my requirements, they must support HTML5 or JavaScript, although most support both, as well as CSS. They must also be open source, and offer at least some version of a free app. Almost all the programs listed here are both free and open source, ...
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    148Apps PolyBlast guide - How to shoot your way to victory 148Apps In the mood for a retro arcade experience? Well, look no further thanPolyBlast, a simple yet quite compelling arcade puzzle shooter. Simple doesn't mean easy though - andPolyBlastposes quite the challenge. With that in mind, we've got a few tips and ...
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    PC Advisor (registration) How to install Windows 10: Upgrade to Win 10 even if GWX.exe missing PC Advisor (registration) Here we'll explain how you can upgrade your PC or laptop, as well as how to do a clean install. Be sure to back up photos and anything else you don't want to lose before starting the upgrade. See also: how to upgrade from Windows XP to Windows 10. and more »
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    Fairbanks Daily News-Miner Biological designs could guide computer systems Fairbanks Daily News-Miner Under a grant from the Department of Homeland Security, Cenek is looking at the possibility of using a network of computers, each about the size of a dollar postage stamp, to monitor the U.S.'s northern borders. He sees himself tossing out a few ...
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    The Verge Obama administration calls for $4 billion to expand K–12 computer science education The Verge The Common Core, for good reason, is the Obama administration's most-known education policy, but the White House has also specifically targeted computer science as a way to make sure students can find well-paying jobs in the future. Today, the ... Obama seeks $4B for computer science classeskgw.com Obama Pledges $4 Billion to Computer Science in US SchoolsWIRED Obama unveils $4.2 billion plan to teach kids computer scienceChristian Science Monitor OCRegister -The White House...
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    The Verge Stanford study: T-Mobile's Binge On is 'likely illegal' The Verge The debate over the potential harm of T-Mobile's Binge On continues, with a new study from Stanford University claiming that the perk violates key net neutrality principles and is "likely illegal." Binge On lets T-Mobile subscribers watch videos from ... Scholar explains why T-Mobile's Binge On is 'likely illegal'BGR Is T-Mobile's Binge On Legal? Law Professor Says NoTom's Guide T-Mobile's video offering likely illegal, says influential advocateThe Hill Ubergizmo -Lifehacker
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    CBC.ca Sugar Mobile could shake up cellphone oligopoly in Canada CBC.ca Sugar Mobile, an upstart provider offering wireless plans for as little as $19 a month, appears to have found a backdoor into the Canadian cellphone market, which has long been largely closed to new entrants who don't own their own networks. And if it ...
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    Live Science Mind-Reading Computer Instantly Decodes People's Thoughts Live Science A new computer program can decode people's thoughts almost in real time, new research shows. Researchers can predict what people are seeing based on the electrical signals coming from electrodes implanted in their brain, and this decoding happens ... Mind-reading computer INSTANTLY knows what you're thinking aboutDaily Mail all 10 news articles »
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    BGR Tired of computer bugs? MIT may have the answer BGR ... apply to another set of applications,” said MIT Professor of electrical engineering and computer science Martin Rinard, whose group developed the system. “If you can recognize correct code, that has enormous implications across all software ... and more »
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    WIRED Goodbye Applets: Another Cruddy Piece of Web Tech Is Finally Going Away WIRED Amazon's biggest money-maker might not ultimately be its colossal e-commerce business but its cloud computing division, Amazon Web Services. Hundreds of thousands of companies, including rivals like Netflix, rely on Amazon to host and support their ... Java Slams The Door On The Era Of The Web PluginARC Oracle kills Java for Web browsers, JDK 9 goes plugin freeInferse Oracle is finally killing off the Java browser pluginThe Next Web
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    New York Times Facebook Moves to Ban Private Gun Sales on Its Site and Instagram New York Times Facebook already prohibits people from offering marijuana, pharmaceuticals and illegal drugs for sale, and the company said on Friday that it was updating its policy to include guns. The ban applies to private, person-to-person sales of guns. Licensed ... Facebook bans private gun salesUSA TODAY Facebook Is Banning Private Gun SalesMother Jones Facebook and Instagram to ban users from coordinating private gun salesThe Verge Fox News -NBCNews.com -TIME
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    The Verge Facebook is quietly making incredible computer art with your photos The Verge Here's something awesome for your Friday. It's been discovered that for every photo you upload to Facebook or Instagram, the company quietly makes an html page that replicates that photo using ASCII — text characters, put more simply. It's a really ... Facebook secretly makes kickass ASCII art of every picture you uploadThe Next Web Facebook and Instagram are creating hidden ASCII art of your photosMashable There's a hidden ASCII version of your Facebook and Instagram photosCNET Gizmodo
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    Easy Ways to Add Style to your HTML Lists HTML Goodies HTML5 has brought a few changes to the HTML list. Though not terribly expansive in scope, By adding CSS3 and JavaScript interactions to the HTML tag changes, the HTML list has been re-purposed - specifically the unordered list - to do a lot more than ...
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