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  1. 7 key questions facing the future of work
  2. 6 top security technologies to protect remote workers
  3. World Wide Web inventor Tim Berners-Lee takes on Google, Facebook, Amazon to fix the internet
  4. SpaceX's Starlink Is Currently Serving More Than 10,000 Users
  5. How the United States Lost to Hackers
  6. Microsoft chiefs say big tech antitrust issues can be solved with laws, not lawsuits
  7. Dispute between Elastic and AWS highlights ongoing battle over open source business model
  8. How Apple's M1 MacBook changed my mind about the next iPad
  9. Google engineers quit after the company fired its star AI ethics researcher
  10. USB 3, USB 4, Thunderbolt, & USB-C — everything you need to know | AppleInsider
  11. iOS 14.5 public beta lets Apple Watch users try the new mask-friendly Face ID | Engadget
  12. Chrome 88 update patches a zero-day that is being actively exploited
  13. The Best Smart Plugs to Help Modernize Your Home
  14. Jeff Bezos Steps Down as CEO—and Shows Amazon Is a Cloud Company Now
  15. The Chrome Update Is Bad for Advertisers but Good for Google
  16. How to Make Chrome Always Open Your Previously Open Tabs
  17. Wikipedia unveils 'code of conduct' to stem misinformation
  18. Listen Carefully to What Facebook Isn’t Saying About Apple’s Upcoming Privacy Change. It's the Only Part that Matters — Inc.
  19. Examining network connections on Linux systems
  20. Amazon’s Ring now reportedly partners with more than 2,000 US police and fire departments
  21. The Best Portable Chargers for All Your Devices
  22. iMessage just got an amazing new feature you didn’t even notice
  23. A Vast Web of Vengeance
  24. When is Groundhog Day? And why do we ask an animal for weather predictions anyway?
  25. Facebook’s Oversight Board Has Spoken. But It Hasn’t Solved Much
  26. How to survive three days in the wild
  27. Lawmakers Take Aim at Insidious Digital ‘Dark Patterns’
  28. Facebook and Apple Are Beefing Over the Future of the Internet
  29. COVID-19 vaccines could end the pandemic by eliminating severe cases
  30. Apple comes out swinging against Facebook over data privacy
  31. Google releases alarming report about North Korean hackers posing as security analysts
  32. 18 advanced tips for Android 11
  33. Here’s your checklist for maximum smartphone security
  34. Forget your Mac's password? Here's how to get back into your locked-down computer
  35. SolarWinds defense: How to stop similar attacks | ZDNet
  36. Why the First Amendment can't protect Trump on Twitter or save Parler
  37. Multifunction rearview mirror can replace your clunky dashcam
  38. The best sci-fi and fantasy books of 2020
  39. The 10 Best Places to Recycle old Electronics: Donate TVs, PCs and More
  40. Hidden map on your phone shows everywhere you’ve been and the photos you took there
  41. 21 Excellent Fantasy Books Coming Out This Winter
  42. The Cyber Security Hub™ posted on LinkedIn
  43. The 10 most in-demand tech jobs for 2021 — and how to hire for them
  44. Searching Wikipedia on the Linux command line with wikit
  45. Uninstall Flash Player for Windows
  46. SolarWinds hack may be much worse than originally feared
  47. Robin Williams's widow: 'There were so many misunderstandings about what had happened to him' | Film | The Guardian
  48. 21 of the Best Sci-Fi and Fantasy Novels of 2020
  49. Ransomware Is Headed Down a Dire Path
  50. 11 great apps ready for your new 2020 M1 Mac
  51. How your digital trails wind up in the hands of the police
  52. Why you're hounded by pop-ups about cookies, and how they could go away
  53. How to Send Articles to Your Kindle for Later Reading with Tinderizer, Instapaper, or Pocket
  54. 10 smart tech tricks that you’ll wish you knew sooner
  55. 7 Free Android Icon Packs to Customize the Home Screen
  56. Will DaaS kill VPNs in 2021?
  57. One UI 3.0 review: Bringing (most of) Android 11's best features to Galaxys
  58. Top 10 Linux Distributions For Everyone Out There
  59. The Best Free Password Managers for 2021
  60. The Best Duplicate File Finders for Mac | TheSweetBits
  61. EFF sides with Apple, slams Facebook’s criticism of iOS 14 privacy features as ‘laughable’ - 9to5Mac
  62. Russia's SolarWinds Hack Is the Big One
  63. SolarWinds attack explained: And why it was so hard to detect
  64. You can now root the Amazon Kindle Paperwhite 4
  65. 19 Hidden Tricks Inside Apple's Safari Browser
  66. The 14 Best Electric Bikes for Every Kind of Ride
  67. Facebook goes to war with Apple over new privacy rules limiting ad tracking
  68. MacOs Directory Structure | difyel - macOS
  69. Netflix users dumbfounded by woman’s ‘secret’ movie-watching hack: ‘This is a life-changer’
  70. The Best Fantasy Books of an Unfantastic Year
  71. Phishing tricks that really work – and how to avoid them
  72. Why I'm not concerned about the rise in Linux attacks
  73. Lock down your Microsoft 365 account to prevent spying eyes, here's how
  74. Review | Amazon’s new health band is the most invasive tech we’ve ever tested
  75. Facial recognition's fate could be decided in 2021
  76. Every Google Chrome user should try this | ZDNet
  77. Best Linux Distributions for New Users
  78. How to Copy Your Windows Installation to an SSD
  79. Fetching Linux system details with screenfetch and neofetch
  80. What is Microsoft doing with Linux? Everything you need to know about its plans for open source
  81. Google researcher demonstrates iPhone exploit with Wi-Fi takeover
  82. Amazon just open sourced an easier path to PostgreSQL
  83. You need a MacBook with a butterfly keyboard or a modern Mac desktop to use macOS Catalina’s Sidecar
  84. Seven simple Android fixes that will ensure privacy on your phone
  85. Supreme Court hears case on hacking law and its limits
  86. Perspective | You watch TV. Your TV watches back.
  87. The end of unlimited Google Photos storage is part of a bigger pivot
  88. Should You Skip the Apple M1 Chip?
  89. 6 reasons an M1 Mac might not be right for you | Cult of Mac
  90. You Need to Opt Out of Amazon Sidewalk
  91. Early Adopters of Apple M1 Macs Should Be Cautious About Compatibility - ExtremeTech
  92. Google Photos Storage Is Changing. Here Are Your Best Options
  93. Designed to Deceive: Do These People Look Real to You?
  94. Delete 'Go SMS Pro' From Your Android Now
  95. 12 Simple Tweaks to Speed Up Windows 10
  96. Does Incognito Mode Actually Work?
  97. Best VPNs in 2020 | ZDNet
  98. The Worst Passwords of 2020 Are Here and They're Horrifying
  99. Linux and open source: The biggest issue in 2020
  100. Apple's New MacBook Air With M1 Is a Huge Leap Forward
  101. 4 scams that want to steal your money and data this holiday shopping season
  102. Apple lets some Big Sur network traffic bypass firewalls
  103. Apple’s biggest App Store critics are not impressed with its new fee cut for small developers
  104. Apple will reduce App Store cut to 15 percent for most developers starting January 1st
  105. How to Run macOS on Windows 10 in a Virtual Machine
  106. KDE maintainers speak on why it is worth looking beyond GNOME
  107. PC vs. Mac: Which should you buy? | PCWorld
  108. Google will soon let you opt out of Gmail’s data-hungry smart features entirely
  109. How Apple Is Collecting Your Data in macOS Big Sur - ExtremeTech
  110. How to Track and Manage Your Paid Subscriptions
  111. How Scammers Forge Email Addresses, and How You Can Tell
  112. How to Manage Your Google Photos or Move Them Somewhere Else
  113. Is Speed Reading Bullshit?
  114. 6 Alexa settings you won't regret changing on your Amazon Echo
  115. How to be happy, according to science
  116. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5viZlNBl8zg
  117. 10 Best Sci-Fi TV Shows To Watch Right Now, Ranked (According To Rotten Tomatoes)
  118. Scientists Think These 10 Horror Films Are The Scariest You'll Ever See
  119. How to List All Running Services Under Systemd in Linux
  120. Clever uses for your Amazon Echo - and security steps you can’t skip
  121. How To Install LAMP Stack on Fedora 32/31/30/29 | ComputingForGeeks
  122. 13 Things to Know About Amazon Prime
  123. How to Install Linux
  124. How to use the new Google Photos editor
  125. Could Microsoft be en route to dumping Windows in favor of Linux?
  126. What Are Ebike 'Classes' and What Do They Mean?
  127. Drive Full: How to Avoid Running Out of Storage Space on Every Device
  128. How social networks are preparing for a potential October hack-and-leak
  129. Encrypted messaging can be intercepted. Here's what that means for you
  130. Google is giving data to police based on search keywords, court docs show
  131. 7 ways to effectively ensure IT-business alignment
  132. FBI Warns Against Using Hotel Wi-Fi for Work
  133. US Army Testing AR Goggles for Bomb-Sniffing Dogs
  134. Everything you need to know about wired networking on the Mac | AppleInsider
  135. 15 sci-fi movies you need to watch before they leave Netflix in October
  136. Become a Prime Day Pro With These Tips and Early Deals
  137. Prime Day vs. Black Friday: When is the best time to buy?
  138. iOS 14's Smart Stack is a must have for any iPhone user. Here's what you need to know
  139. Congress' Big Tech investigation finds companies wield 'monopoly power'
  140. iPhone 12 launch date: Apple's virtual event for its expected 5G smartphone is Oct. 13
  141. 11 of the best sci-fi books that transport you to another world
  142. 9 hidden iPhone features we discovered after installing iOS 14
  143. Google Nest Audio Review
  144. Apple Sues Ontario Recycling Firm for Reselling Over 100K Devices
  145. The Worst Storage Mediums of All Time - ExtremeTech
  146. Why Walmart Plus thinks it can challenge Amazon Prime
  147. This worm phishing campaign is a game-changer in password theft, account takeovers | ZDNet
  148. Hacking your brain to change bad habits comes down to one psychological trick
  149. The Best External Hard Drives In 2020 For Mac Computers
  150. The 10 Best Debian-based Linux Distributions
  151. How to Monitor CPU Usage on Your Mac’s Dock
  152. 8 Best Ebook Reader Devices for Students
  153. Here's When You Can Download iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 in Time Zones Around the World
  154. Apple will finally sell Apple Watches to people without iPhones, offering a new hook into its ecosystem
  155. Crypto-gram: September 15, 2020 - Schneier on Security
  156. WSJ News Exclusive | FTC Preparing Possible Antitrust Suit Against Facebook
  157. iPhone 12 needs iPad Air's new Touch ID while we're all still wearing masks
  158. iOS 14 and iPadOS 14 arrive Sept. 16. Do this to your iPhone and iPad today
  159. Industry experts say it’s full speed ahead as Snowflake files S-1 – TechCrunch
  160. How to Run Multiple Linux Commands at Once in Linux Terminal [Essential Beginner's Tip]
  161. How to Blur Your House in Google Maps' Street View
  162. 5 Ways Hackers Can Get Around Your MFA Solution
  163. The WIRED Guide to 5G
  164. The Safest Ways to Log In to Your Computer
  165. Face-mask recognition has arrived—for better or worse
  166. USB-C Was Supposed to Simplify Our Lives. Instead, It’s a Total Mess.
  167. Why Are Some Mac App Icons Crossed Out?
  168. T-Mobile customers can now roam on Sprint's former network
  169. Motorola claims the Razr can fold 200,000 times. We get a peek at how it's tested
  170. Google could make Chromebooks last years longer with a huge change to Chrome OS
  171. How to get started using a password manager
  172. 4 scenarios for the future of Facebook
  173. How to Securely Wipe Your Computer, Phone, or Tablet
  174. How to Print Using Alexa
  175. Bluetooth Unveils Its Latest Security Issue, With No Security Solution
  176. Congress probes how AI will impact U.S. economic recovery
  177. Linux users beware - you could be facing more cyber threats than ever before
  178. The 10 Best Rolling Release Linux Distributions
  179. VMware Cuts Pay for Remote Workers Fleeing Silicon Valley
  180. Become a Galaxy Note 20 pro with these 10 hidden features
  181. Why Linux still needs a flagship distribution
  182. Enable Google's 'Verified Calls' on Android With This Setting
  183. Portland, Oregon Imposes Strict Ban on Facial-Recognition Technology
  184. Linux is still the standard
  185. Yubico's latest security key uses NFC and USB-C for authentication
  186. How to Link Websites Without the Eventual Broken Links
  187. All Your Questions on Apple’s Move Away from Intel, Answered
  188. You Have a Million Tabs Open. Here’s How to Manage Them
  189. These are the best iPad apps of all time
  190. Worst may be over for U.S. IT job losses in COVID-19 pandemic
  191. The Best Free Google Chrome Extensions
  192. Linux Fu: Moving /usr
  193. 11 must-see science fiction shows and movies on Netflix (September 2020)
  194. OnePlus explains why it moved away from stock Android
  195. Red Hat And Lenovo Want To ‘Evolve Linux’ As A Laptop OS
  196. Working from home: The 12 new rules for getting it right | ZDNet
  197. Walmart+ will finally launch in September. Can it compete with Amazon Prime?
  198. 14 ways to speed up Windows 10
  199. The Best Sci-Fi TV Shows to Binge-Watch Right Now | TV Guide
  200. What's in the latest Firefox upgrade? Nothing notable (again)
  201. Linux Has A Hardware Problem And We Need To Solve It
  202. Where to Back Up Your Smartphone Photos Online (and Why You Should)
  203. FBI Reports On Linux Drovorub Malware
  204. The complete Zoom guide: From basic help to advanced tricks | ZDNet
  205. Linux Security HOWTO
  206. Bash vs Zsh: A comparison of two command line shells (2019 Update)
  207. Speed up your home office: How to optimize your network for remote work and learning | ZDNet
  208. C programming cheat sheet
  209. This surprise Linux malware warning shows that hackers are changing their targets | ZDNet
  210. 9 Apps to Boost Your Phone's Security and Privacy
  211. You Can Now Tell Alexa to Delete Your Conversations
  212. Ransomware: These warning signs could mean you are already under attack | ZDNet
  213. The Cheapest Cloud Storage Services of 2020 for All Your Files
  214. Linux vs. Windows: It's a matter of perspective
  215. Google fax - fax from Gmail, Google Drive, Docs, and Sheets
  216. A guide to sharing files wirelessly with Apple, Android, and Windows devices
  217. Hayden James - Linux Systems Analyst
  218. Google is testing domain-only URLs in Chrome to help foil scams and phishing
  219. cybersecurity linux - Google Search
  220. Blackboard Support | eLearning & Academic Partnerships | TTU
  221. Evil AI: These are the 20 most dangerous crimes that artificial intelligence will create | ZDNet
  222. Now Is The Time To Talk About Ethics And Privacy In The Metaverse
  223. This DIY Implant Lets You Stream Movies From Inside Your Leg
  224. Ransomware: Your biggest security headache refuses to go away | ZDNet
  225. 9 Tips to Keep Your Cloud Storage Safe and Secure
  226. Free Up Space in Your Google Account So You Can Back Up Your Phone
  227. ‘BootHole’ Secure Boot Threat Found In Most Every Linux Distro, Windows 8 And 10
  228. How to Spot the Latest Netflix Phishing Scam
  229. The Reckoning Is Coming: Regulating Big Tech
  230. How to Use the fd Command on Linux
  231. Remote work is the new normal. But the tech problems won't go away | ZDNet
  232. Got An Email From A Hacker With Your Password? Do These 3 Things
  233. The Best Smart Locks for 2020
  234. How to Use the ss Command on Linux
  235. Linux Administrator's Security Guide - Linux Security
  236. Linux Administrator's Security Guide - Linux Network Security
  237. Avoid These 'No-Log' VPN Services That Leaked Millions of Users' Data
  238. A Day In The Metaverse
  239. Chinese hackers are trying to get Android users to click on a ‘missed delivery’ text