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[img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/4502i1E5DB2F25DED7A98.jpg[/img] Astronaut Eugene Cernan on the moon from 1972. If tourists are next, how will they pay? Space architect John Spencer has a grand vision for the future of space travel -- one with luxury space yachts and hotels, and dune buggy racing on the moon. It's all going to happen in the "not too distant future," the founder of the [url=http://spacetourismsociety.org/]Space Tourism Society[/url] told CNET recently. "The more people who go, the more diversity, the more things you can do -- the more they need to buy goods and services," he said. "It's limited to what they can do now because of the cost and limited time onboard the space system, but that's going to grow as we have more facilities and more people." Travel to the final frontier has heated up in the last decade and everybody wants a piece of the action. Billionaires like Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen, Amazon founder Jeff Bezos and
I need block any adult contest from myself. For Windows is K9 - it is fine, because man can't easy uninstall and must reinstall whole Windows. K9 for Android as I saw, is only safe browser, which man not must to use. I more secure tool for Android or Android is system in which without rooting is posssible uninstall all?
[b]November 17, 2016 10:01 am[/b] [b]Announcing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14971 for PC[/b] [b]By Dona Sarkar / Software Engineer, Windows and Devices Group[/b] [b]Hello Windows Insiders![/b] [b]Today we are excited to be releasing Windows 10 Insider Preview Build 14971 for PC to Windows Insiders in the Fast ring.[/b] [u][url=https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2016/11/17/announcing-windows-10-insider-preview-build-14971-for-pc/#l0COVVdszYlS08mz.97]https://blogs.windows.com/windowsexperience/2016/11/17/announcing-windows-10-insider-preview-build-14971-for-pc/#l0COVVdszYlS08mz.97[/url][/u] Updating my 2 Vm's right now! [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/27839iE35F04F40630CB1A.png[/img]
[For all of the flexibility and customization that comes with an Android device, there are still plenty of restrictions in place. While Android technically is an open-source platform, the final product is still the result of a phone-maker's skin, the carrier or manufacturer's preloaded software, or even sometimes, a few disabled features. There isn't anything wrong with most out-of-the-box experiences, but more daring and tech-savvy users who tire of being at the mercy and discretion of carriers and handset makers might be interested in pushing their [url=http://www.cnet.com/android-atlas/]Android[/url] devices to new limits. This is where the practice known as rooting comes into play.] Read [url=http://reviews.cnet.com/8301-19736_7-57578709-251/hack-your-android-like-a-pro-rooting-and-roms-explained/]here[/url].
By Elie M Chahine July 29, 2014 It appears that folks using Facebook’s Messenger service will soon have to download the standalone app, or look at other messaging options. Over the next few days, the social network is going to disable messaging from its main iPhone and Android apps. The move is an attempt to push users over to Facebook Messenger, which the company says will have several benefits. [url=http://eliechahine.wordpress.com/2014/07/29/facebook-disabling-messaging-in-main-mobile-app-forcing-users-to-install-messenger/]Full Story[/url]
DNS has acted as the directory of the internet since 1983. Only recently has it been upgraded to account for security and privacy concerns it wasn’t designed to address. In this video, DNS expert Jonathan Barnett explains how DNS-over-HTTPs (DoH) adds privacy and what it takes to keep it from interfering with security. It also includes a product demo, setup walkthrough and Q&A. Questions and AnswersWe had so many people asking great questions at the end of the demo that we thought we'd write these out for everyone. Lots of great info but if you have other questions for us, please ask away in the comments below. If you enable the “Install DNS Protection” setting on the policy but it’s not enabled at the site, will it install it? There are three things required to install the DNS Protection Agent. 1) An active DNS license. 2) DNS enabled on the site. 3) “Install DNS Protection” enabled in the policy. Conversely, the DNS Agent will uninstall if the Policy does not have “Install
As many of you may have heard, thanks to Hurricane Sandy, Google canceled today's NYC planned launch event that was going to serve as the unveiling ground of the new Nexus 4 phone, Nexus 10 tablet, 32 GB Nexus 7, and the new Google Now service. The good news is that the massive storm didn't completely stop the massive company-Google took the wraps off the devices via [url=http://bit.ly/S8NVU0]blog[/url]. I must say that some of the specs sound impressive-particularly the "highest resolution on the planet" screen of the Samsung Nexus 10. Here's a more [url=http://bit.ly/Q2jaDx]thorough rundown[/url] on the device. For a closer look at the LG Nexus 4 phone, click [url=http://bit.ly/QQlASA]here[/url]. It's a busy time of year for the big boys in tech. I'd love to hear everyone's thoughts on Google's new gadgets! Cheers,
Sony unveiled its long-rumored virtual reality headset on Tuesday at the 2014 Game Developer’s Conference in San Francisco. Shuhei Yoshida, president of Sony’s [url=http://www.worldwidestudios.net/en/Homepage]Worldwide Studios[/url], stood in front of a packed auditorium of game developers and said: “Virtual Reality is the next innovation from PlayStation that could shape the future of video games.” [url=http://www.technologyreview.com/news/525686/sony-joins-virtual-reality-race-with-new-headset-for-playstation/]Sony Joins Virtual Reality Race with New Headset for PlayStation | MIT Technology Review[/url]
[b]January 11, 2017 By Ankit Gupta[/b] While the deal of $4.8 billion between Yahoo and Verizon Communications is still uncertain, Yahoo still has some plans for what remains post deal. Yahoo made an announcement yesterday that six executives would be leaving its board of directors. To add further to a part of the company which is not acquired by US telecom major Verizon would actually get a new name – [b]Altaba[/b]! [img]http://news.thewindowsclubco.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/01/yahoo-hacked.jpg[/img] [u][url=http://news.thewindowsclub.com/yahoo-to-become-altaba-87964/]Full Article[/url][/u]
[b]September 3, 2019 By Lawrence Abrams [/b] [img]https://www.bleepstatic.com/content/hl-images/2017/11/08/FirefoxLogo.png[/img] Mozilla has officially released Firefox 69 for Windows, Mac, and Linux. This version comes with enhanced tracking protection enabled by default, Flash disabled by default, ability to block autoplay videos without sound, and numerous performance and UI improvements. [url=https://www.bleepingcomputer.com/news/software/firefox-69-released-with-enhanced-tracking-protection-and-flash-disabled/]Full Article.[/url]
[quote][b]Lynn La[/b] wrote: Finally, we have an Android handset that deserves the Nexus name. The Nexus 5 is fast, gorgeous, and stocked with features (including LTE) and it is the device for showing the true power of the Google universe and the Android operating system. And, at $349 (16GB) or $399 (32GB) at the Play Store -- about $250 less than other top-tier flagship smartphones -- it's a great deal whether you're on a budget or not (and whether you're an Android fan or not). Yes, with a Snapdragon 800 processor and a 1080p touch screen, there's a lot to like about the Nexus 5 even if you never get past the main menu. But it's really the [url=http://reviews.cnet.com/android-kitkat/]Android 4.4 KitKat operating system[/url] that we're here to see. Though not long on flashy new features, KitKat brings an ever deeper integration with Google's expanding array of services and a promise to end the age-old scourge of Android fragmentation. Still, at that price, s
by [url=http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/author/nslisavaas/]Lisa Vaas[/url] on October 6, 2014 [img]https://sophosnews.files.wordpress.com/2014/10/facebook-apology-170_1505412351.jpg?w=640[/img]Facebook says there are a few things about [url=http://nakedsecurity.sophos.com/2014/07/01/facebook-shrugs-as-emotional-contagion-research-outrages-its-users/]its experiment on users' emotional states[/url] that it "should have done differently." Like maybe receive informed consent from people before you modulate their newsfeeds so as to show them sadder/madder/gladder content in your efforts to determine if [url=http://www.slate.com/articles/double_x/doublex/2011/01/the_antisocial_network.html]emotional states are contagious?[/url] Well, no, not exactly. In a [url=http://newsroom.fb.com/news/2014/10/research-at-facebook/]blog post[/url] on Thursday, Facebook Chief Technology Officer Mike Schroepfer said that the crew was "unprepared" for the ruckus stirred up at the end of June abou
Hello, I use the webroot internet security version of webroot. My question is: How do I know if the "pay us money to unlock your computer" webpage (virus/trojan) has been fully deleted? My situation is: I contracted this virus/trojan today. Webroot apparently didn't catch it. although my computer was locked up. (taskmanager would not work) I was able to "log off" and restart my computer. I then ran webroot; it detected nothing. then I ran spybot; it dectected something and I deleted it. then I downloaded malawarebyte and it dectected something and I deleted it. I have rebooted twice since then and everything seems fine. I also reran webroot scan and nothing appeared. So, does that mean that my computer is safe or is this something that lurks around and causes mayhem later? I am concerned as I use this computer for financial transactions, periodically. Thank you in advance for your help and as you can probably tell I am not
[b]WPC 2013[/b] The Windows 8.1 Preview is barely two weeks old, but Microsoft's Windows boss Tami Reller says the final version of the update will be ready to ship to manufacturers in just a few more weeks' time. Speaking at Redmond's annual Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) in Houston, Texas on Monday, Reller [url=http://blogs.windows.com/windows/b/bloggingwindows/archive/2013/07/08/windows-at-wpc-2013.aspx]announced[/url] that the RTM version of Windows 8.1 would be made available to Microsoft's OEM partners in "late August." That release schedule should give OEMs plenty of opportunity to ready devices to ship with Windows 8.1 preinstalled in time for the holidays, Reller said. Microsoft made the Windows 8.1 Preview [url=http://www.theregister.co.uk/2013/06/26/microsoft_build_wednesday_keynote/]available[/url] as a free download during its annual Build conference, which took place from June 26 to 28 in San Francisco. If the final version ships in August, the update
There has been a new release to fix some bugs. Update via Internal Updater or Download a fresh Copy Below. [b]Download in your Language:[/b] [url=https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/]https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/[/url] [b]Release Notes:[/b] [url=https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/35.0.1/releasenotes/]https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/35.0.1/releasenotes/[/url] Daniel ;)
I have found this to be a interesting read, as Microsoft according to sources is planning to release a new operating system. Here is the URL for your review: [url=http://www.iclarified.com/25911/microsoft-is-working-on-a-new-operating-system-codenamed-windows-blue]http://www.iclarified.com/25911/microsoft-is-working-on-a-new-operating-system-codenamed-windows-blue[/url] According to the source it is to be released in mid - 2013................ So based on that statement it should be soon.
[quote][b]Rich Trenholm[/b] wrote: [img]http://asset1.cbsistatic.com/cnwk.1d/i/tim/2012/08/29/20120829_IFA_Samsung_Galaxy_Note_II_001_610x432.jpg[/img] [i]Make a Note in your calendar: the new [url=http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/mobile-phones/samsung-galaxy-note-2-review-50009010/]Samsung Galaxy Note[/url] will be unveiled on September 4.[/i] [i]Invitations have been sent to press for an announcement on that date, the tagline 'Note the date' giving a clanging clue as to what we can expect.[/i] [i]Like the two previous generations of Note phablets, the Note 3 will be unveiled at annual technology trade show IFA in Berlin, this time at a special event entitled Samsung Unpacked 2013 Episode 2.[/i] [i]Somewhere between a phone and [url=http://reviews.cnet.com/tablets/]tablet[/url], the original Note was the first phablet. The Note 3 is expected to have a 5.7-inch 1080p screen and trademark S Pen stylus[/i]. [/quote] [u][b]Read [url=http://crave.cnet.co.uk/mobiles/samsung-gala
November 1, 2014 8:58 AM [url=http://venturebeat.com/author/emilprotalinski/]Emil Protalinski[/url] Everyone is well-aware by now that Windows 8 and Windows 8.1 have not seen the impressive adoption rate of their predecessor. Yet the duo had a particularly good run last month, finally passing 15 percent market share together, according to the latest figures from [url=http://www.netmarketshare.com/operating-system-market-share.aspx?qprid=10&qpcustomd=0]Net Applications[/url]. [img]https://d1qy7qyune0vt1.cloudfront.net/webroot-en/attachment/17321iE38E12541318B31B.gif[/img] [url=http://venturebeat.com/2014/11/01/windows-8-and-8-1-finally-pass-15-market-share-windows-xp-drops-below-20-mark/]Full Article[/url]
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[b]How to get Windows Phone 8.1 today[/b] by Gregg Keizer Microsoft sets very low developer preview bar; anyone can grab the bits. Computerworld - Microsoft released Windows Phone 8.1 today, and contrary to its label of "Windows Phone Preview for Developers," anyone can upgrade their current Windows Phone 8-powered handset. Registered Windows Phone developers who have previously opted into previews -- Microsoft launched the early-look program last October -- can immediately download the preview onto their smartphones. But Microsoft has set a very low bar for entry to its developers program, making it easy for anyone to obtain the pre-release operating system. [url=http://www.computerworld.com/s/article/9247657/How_to_get_Windows_Phone_8.1_today]Full Article[/url]
[img]http://www.howtogeek.com/geekers/up/sshot5327e5c88c685.jpg[/img] OneNote is a wonderful app for taking notes, maintaining lists, and more, but had to be purchased before adding it to your favorite computer, and was not available for Mac. But no longer! As of yesterday, Microsoft has made OneNote free for all Windows 7 and 8.x systems plus offered up a new version just for Mac OSX systems! The Windows installer is a ‘dropper’ file approximately 1 MB in size and will download the needed files to install OneNote on your computer. The file for the Mac version of OneNote is 235 MB in size. [url=http://www.onenote.com/Download]Download Microsoft OneNote 2013 for Windows 7 and 8.x[/url] [OneNote.com] [url=https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/microsoft-onenote/id784801555?mt=12]Download Microsoft OneNote 2013 for Mac OSX[/url] [Mac App Store - iTunes] You can read through the announcement to see the complete list of details and features for the release fro
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