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Also, the Tesla Model D, Netflix news, PlayStation exclusive Powers, and the quest for the perfect selfie.
Because no matter how careful you are when using the Internet, it’s always advisable to have antivirus software installed on your computer. Yes, even Macs.
Your name is boring. Thankfully, you can go online and choose a new alias using one of the countless name generators available on the Internetz.
Also, Satya Nadella gaffes, Imgur kills GIFs, U2 Echoes numbers, and Hatsune Miku on David Letterman.
Also, another Apple event, Street View in the desert, Belkin routers, Dragon Age: Origins, and a machine gun that fires paper planes.
We’re looking to compile a list of the biggest tech disappointments of all time, and we need your help making it happen. Please don’t make us beg.
Also, free GitHub tools, Project Spark games, Counter-Strike Nexon: Zombies, and every Game Boy start screen.
With more than 1 billion websites to choose from, picking what online destination to visit first is extremely tough. Thankfully, we’re here to help.
Also, Facebook owns WhatsApp, Vib-Ribbon debuts, Plex lands on Xbox One, and Homestar Runner returns.
Also, Microsoft RoomAlive, Jimmy Kimmel malware, free Instapaper, Windows 95 on a smartwatch, and Destiny’s honest game trailer.
With Windows 10 due to be released in 2015, we want to hear all about your intentions towards Microsoft’s next operating system.
YouTube remixers don’t get the credit they deserve. It’s time to right that wrong, by doffing our caps to the masters of mash-ups.
Also, the JPMorgan Chase hack, Apple’s stolen iDevices, Rovio’s Angry Employees, and Selfie is a sitcom for geeks.
I want Windows Phone to succeed. The problem is persuading you Apple fanboys and Google droids to give Windows Phone a chance.