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How Kaspersky Lab got on the US government’s bad side

An investigation into the cybersecurity company's ties to the Russian government raises many questions and answers few. Here's what we know so far.

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‘Pay with Google’ goes live, allowing mobile users to pay with any card on file, not just those in Android Pay

Google announced today it’s launching a new way to pay on mobile devices, using any card you have on file – including those saved to your Google Account via products like Google ...

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29 Google Chrome Extensions That Are Actually Crazy Useful

Embrace the extension.

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11 Things You Can Do in Android Oreo That You Couldn’t Before

Android Oreo has at last been fully baked, and given a name, and is now rolling out to those of you with a Pixel, Pixel XL, Nexus 5X, Nexus 6P, or Pixel C; Google says a bunch of other handsets will ...

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Here’s a list of phones that will get Android Oreo this year

As always, the make and model dictate how long you'll be playing the waiting game.

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Android Oreo Updates – How To Make Sure Your Phone Is Always As Great As Possible

The latest version of the operating system is here, but you might not be able to access it for a little while

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Beat Eye Strain

Personally used by almost everyone in my family and a lot of friends who code non-stop all day: Acer R271 Monitors

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Two essential Wi-Fi network tips for smart homes

Learn the keys to getting robust Wi-Fi in every corner of your home

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Fucking SEO Tips

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Handy Programs To Carry On A USB Stick

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Interactive Coding Bootcamp: Get ready for a new career as a developer

The ability to code is one of the most valuable and sought-after skills around, with professionals earning salaries upwards of $75,000. If it appeals to you as a vocation, then… Source: Interactive Coding Bootcamp: Get ready for a new ...

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What Is Zero UI? (And Why Is It Crucial To The Future Of Design?)

What does UI design look like after screens go away? Fjord's Andy Goodman explains. Source: What Is Zero UI? (And Why Is It Crucial To The Future Of Design?) | Co.Design | business + design

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101 Amazing PC & Internet Tricks No One Told You Before

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The Snippet Preview in WordPress SEO: a how-to

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Bookmark Your Favorite Category from The Man’s Corner!

   Choose your favorite categories from The Man's Corner and bookmark them. OR just bookmark this post! ADVICE BEVERAGES...

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The Man’s Corner is Mobile

I spent some time this weekend making The Man's Corner even more responsive and built for mobile. Specifically, I used CSS sprites to dynamically change the logo when the size (much smaller now) of the browser changes. When the site is viewed on a mobile device (<480 pixels) the logo is seamlessly ...

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Cook on why Apple isn’t rushing out new products

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Apple tech takes on distracted driving, blocks users from texting while behind the wheel

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Music for Programming

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If-less Programming

This is someone's take on why we shouldn't be using "if" conditional statements: "An 'if' statement is an abomination in an Object Oriented language. Why? Well, an OO language is composed of classes, objects and methods, and an “if” statement is inescapably none of those. You can’t write “if” in an ...

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