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Hello, This Is Yahoo Mail Security, This Is Not A Scam…

by Jamie Fletcher on January 24, 2017 in Editorials & Interviews

On a cold Tuesday morning, a miasma of self-doubt and confusion descended; panic set in from a mysterious phone call. Yahoo found a problem with my account, and I needed to do something about it, fast! ‘This is not a scam’, I was told repeatedly, and that someone had been using my account to do terrible deeds. Except it was a scam, one I’ve heard a hundred times before.

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NVIDIA GeForce Experience Showcase – Going Beyond Graphics

by Jamie Fletcher on December 30, 2016 in Editorials & Interviews, Software

GPUs have come a long way over the years, and NVIDIA is pushing boundaries for what to expect from our investment. GPUs are for more than just rendering games; they’re also for offering full immersion and sharing our experiences with others. We’re taking a look at GeForce Experience, a comprehensive tool that lets you utilize your GPU to capture, share, optimize, and sometimes, even win!

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Are Wearables The Next Big Step In Tech?

by Cassie Phillips on December 14, 2016 in Editorials & Interviews

More companies are creating wearable tech; from fitness bands to smartwatches, GPS trackers to bodycams, but moving beyond novelty has proven difficult for the industry. There are looming concerns over security and privacy, as well as what gap in our lives these devices try to fill. What can wearables do to improve our lives?

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How To Migrate Yahoo Mail To Gmail And Outlook

by Jamie Fletcher on November 27, 2016 in Editorials & Interviews, Miscellaneous

If the headlines surrounding Yahoo lately have you concerned about the integrity of your Yahoo Mail account, you should consider moving providers. While there are many options, this quick guide exists to help you easily switch from Yahoo Mail to the other big guns: Gmail and Outlook.

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Windows 10 Is Broken: Fix It, Microsoft!

by Jamie Fletcher on October 30, 2016 in Editorials & Interviews, Software

It’s been over a year since Windows 10 rolled out to the masses. It’s been a year since the complaints have been rolling in. One of the most critical oversteps is Microsoft’s draconic control over system updates. It’s high time this was fixed without having to resort to low-level system hacks and workarounds.

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