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Windows 10 Insider Builds Gain Another Development ‘Ring’ For Cautious PC And Mobile Testers

Windows 10 Insider Builds Gain Another Development ‘Ring’ For Cautious PC And Mobile Testers Ever since Windows 10 was widely released to testers early last year, the company has provided Windows Insiders with two “rings” in which to test the operating system. The Fast ring has essentially been for testers that like to be on the bleeding edge and don’t mind putting up with some glaring bugs that may crop up from time to time. The

            
 


US Intelligence Chief James Clapper Admits IoT Movement Is Rife With Spying Opportunities

US Intelligence Chief James Clapper Admits IoT Movement Is Rife With Spying Opportunities The term "IoT" has been floating around for a while and many who care about privacy have been put on high alert. "Internet of Things" devices can help make our lives better. They can allow us to change the temperature with our smartphones or even unlock doors. They could help us track vital stats during a workout. They can optimize the use

            
 


Dell Optiplex 9020 Micro Core i7-4785T Compact PC Now $719, 28% Of Raspberry Pi 2 Starter Kit And More

Dell Optiplex 9020 Micro Core i7-4785T Compact PC Now $719, 28% Of Raspberry Pi 2 Starter Kit And More Welcome back for the latest installment of HOT deals, direct from our friends at TechBargains. On tap for you all today, we have deals on a Dell Optiplex 9020 Micro Ultra-compact PC, a VIZIO SB3821-C6 38" 2.1 Sound Bar with Wireless Subwoofer, a Raspberry Pi 2 (Model B) Complete Starter Kit with Edimax WiFi, and more. Full details for all

            
 


Microsoft Launches Windows 10 Update History Page Detailing Fixes And Change Log

Microsoft Launches Windows 10 Update History Page Detailing Fixes And Change Log Microsoft irked a number of Windows 10 users last year when it went radio silent on system updates delivered through Windows Update. Microsoft had long provided release notes or at least a brief description about what each update added (or removed) from its operating systems and what key bugs or security vulnerabilities were squashed. Needless

            
 


Google Will No Longer Accept Flash Display Ads Starting June 30th

Google Will No Longer Accept Flash Display Ads Starting June 30th Little by little, the web is transitioning to a Flash-free experience. HTML5 has emerged as the popular replacement for Flash content, though there are still scores of web ads out there that still use Adobe's Flash Player. That's about to change—at the end of June, Google will no longer accept new Flash-based ads on its ad networks. "Starting

            
 


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