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Microsoft's New All-in-One Media Keyboard

[ Apr 18, 2014, 12:08 am ]
What do you guys think of Microsoft's new all-in-one media keyboard? I am currently using a Logitech K400 with my HTPC but this looks like it might be a worthy replacement. Comments.. Show More
What do you guys think of Microsoft's new all-in-one media keyboard? I am currently using a Logitech K400 with my HTPC but this looks like it might be a worthy replacement.



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Dropbox stands firm on privacy, despite Heartbleed risk and board appointments

[ Apr 15, 2014, 3:03 am ]
Dropbox says it is committed to security and privacy, despite admitting that its services were vulnerable to the Heartbleed internet encryption flaw and users should be changing their passwords. .. Show More
Dropbox says it is committed to security and privacy, despite admitting that its services were vulnerable to the Heartbleed internet encryption flaw and users should be changing their passwords.


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Adrianne Wadewitz, Wikipedia Editor, Dies After Rock Climbing Fall

[ Apr 18, 2014, 8:08 pm ]
Adrianne Wadewitz, a scholar of 18th-century British literature who became one of the most prolific and influential editors of the online encyclopediaWikipedia, died on April 8 in Palm Springs, Calif... Show More
Adrianne Wadewitz, a scholar of 18th-century British literature who became one of the most prolific and influential editors of the online encyclopediaWikipedia, died on April 8 in Palm Springs, Calif. She was 37. read more

Coincidence Or Accident? Microsoft Security Essentials Bug Rendering XP Machines Hamstrung Like A Virus

[ Apr 16, 2014, 10:08 pm ]
Since its release back in 2009, Microsoft Security Essentials has become a respected anti-virus / anti-malware solution. Even me, someone who never went out of their way to run such a solution, used .. Show More

Since its release back in 2009, Microsoft Security Essentials has become a respected anti-virus / anti-malware solution. Even me, someone who never went out of their way to run such a solution, used it from the get-go due to its solid design and effective scanning. The fact that it was a cost-free solution sure didn't hurt, either. As it is...


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Microsoft Introduces Wireless All-in-One Media Keyboard To Control Your Man-Woman Cave

[ Apr 17, 2014, 5:08 pm ]
Microsoft has a new wireless All-In-One Media Keyboard that offers solid functionality for not a lot of cash, and it looks like an ideal accessory for anyone with a multimedia setup in a rec room or .. Show More

Microsoft has a new wireless All-In-One Media Keyboard that offers solid functionality for not a lot of cash, and it looks like an ideal accessory for anyone with a multimedia setup in a rec room or simply anyone who wants a smoother way to control a smart TV. In addition to a full-size set of typical keys, the device offers an integrated...


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How Does Heartbleed Alter the 'Open Source Is Safer' Discussion?

[ Apr 15, 2014, 10:08 pm ]
jammag writes: "Heartbleed has dealt a blow to the image of free and open source software. In the self-mythology of FOSS, bugs like Heartbleed aren't supposed to happen when the source code is freely .. Show More
jammag writes: "Heartbleed has dealt a blow to the image of free and open source software. In the self-mythology of FOSS, bugs like Heartbleed aren't supposed to happen when the source code is freely available and being worked with daily. As Eric Raymond famously said, 'given enough eyeballs, all bugs are shallow.' Many users of proprietary software, tired of FOSS's continual claims of superior security, welcome the idea that Heartbleed has punctured FOSS's pretensions. But is that what has happened?"

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Ask Slashdot: System Administrator Vs Change Advisory Board

[ Apr 17, 2014, 10:08 am ]
thundergeek (808819) writes "I am the sole sysadmin for nearly 50 servers (win/linux) across several contracts. Now a Change Advisory Board (CAB) is wanting to manage every patch that will be installe.. Show More
thundergeek (808819) writes "I am the sole sysadmin for nearly 50 servers (win/linux) across several contracts. Now a Change Advisory Board (CAB) is wanting to manage every patch that will be installed on the OS and approve/disapprove for testing on the development network. Once tested and verified, all changes will then need to be approved for production. Windows servers aren't always the best for informing admin exactly what is being 'patched' on the OS, and the frequency of updates will make my efficiency take a nose dive. Now I'll have to track each KB, RHSA, directives and any other 3rd party updates, submit a lengthy report outlining each patch being applied, and then sit back and wait for approval. What should I use/do to track what I will be installing? Is there already a product out there that will make my life a little less stressful on the admin side? Does anyone else have to go toe-to-toe with a CAB? How do you handle your patch approval process?"

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Drones, Glass, Implants, Driverless Cars, and Robots, Oh My: American Attitudes About Future Technology

[ Apr 19, 2014, 5:08 pm ]
We live at a quizzical time in technology. The tech boom has revolutionized the world, and the innovations that are pouring out of brilliant minds are incredible in both their frequency and content. .. Show More

We live at a quizzical time in technology. The tech boom has revolutionized the world, and the innovations that are pouring out of brilliant minds are incredible in both their frequency and content. But there is also a backlash against a lot of technology, perhaps highlighted best by the curious rage that Google Glass seems to engender in...


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CCP Cancels World of Darkness MMO, After Seven Years of Development

[ Apr 14, 2014, 7:08 pm ]
This might not come off as a major surprise to those who've been waiting all this time - 7 years - to see CCP's World of Darkness come out, but it's still incredibly unfortunate. Despite be.. Show More

This might not come off as a major surprise to those who've been waiting all this time - 7 years - to see CCP's World of Darkness come out, but it's still incredibly unfortunate. Despite being in development since at least November, 2006, CCP's hand has been forced to pull the plug on the project; at the same time, it has also had...


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Age Of Empires Is Headed To Mobile Devices In Free-To-Play Form

[ Apr 14, 2014, 3:03 pm ]
Microsoft is planning to follow the money trail into mobile, albeit through a licensing play. KLab, a maker of smartphone games based in Japan, is building a free-to-play version of Age of Empires fo.. Show More

Microsoft is planning to follow the money trail into mobile, albeit through a licensing play. KLab, a maker of smartphone games based in Japan, is building a free-to-play version of Age of Empires for Windows Phone, Android, and iOS devices. It's called Age of Empires: World Domination and it will feature "simple and intuitive touch controls"...


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