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Anonabox launches three new privacy-protecting devices to hide your online activities

With the Kickstarter controversy behind it, Anonabox is back with three new products for easily routing your web traffic over the Tor network or a VPN.

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7 technology resolutions for a better 2016

Get fit, have fun, save money, and other great ways tech can help you improve your life this year.

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Plextor's M8Pe SSD is loaded with the latest storage tech to satisfy your need for speed

The M7e SSD died an unfortunate death before it could even see the light of day. Now Plextor is back with the M8Pe .


How to get Windows 10 to stop asking you for feedback

Microsoft wants to know if you really like Windows 10. In fact, it won't stop asking. Here's how to put an end to that.

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How to track Santa Claus on Christmas Eve from any device

You can track Santa's annual journey on your PC, mobile device, or even social networks and search engines.

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AMD delays Radeon graphics card with dual Fiji GPUs until 2016 to wait for VR rollout

AMD will wait until the VR headsets are ready before it rolls out the previously announced double Fiji GPU graphics card.


The Beatles start streaming on Spotify, Apple Music, Tidal, and more on Christmas Eve

The Beatles join the streaming revolution on December 24 with the group's catalog coming to nine different services.

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Ford, Google may join forces to build self-driving cars

Have you driven a Ford lately? In a few years you may not have to if the new self-driving car venture between Ford and Google is successful.

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How to change your computer name in Windows 10

Don't like the randomly generated name Windows 10 gives your computer after a clean install? Here's how to change it to something more memorable.


The year in tech: 2015's biggest fails, flops, and faux pas

This year’s leaders down the path of fail include Microsoft, Jay Z, Yahoo, Nvidia, AMD, and Reddit. Read on to see why they made the cut.

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The 10 biggest security stories of 2015

We saw major cyberespionage groups uncovered, the most embarrassing data breach in history, an unbelievable Android flaw, and incredibly stupid decisions from two major PC makers.


Vulkan, DirectX 12's more open rival, slips to 2016

The next-generation open source graphics API Vulkan won't be ready before 2015 is out, but the Vulkan Working Group says the first version is almost done.

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Error 451 is the new Ray Bradbury-inspired HTTP code for online censorship

The web has a Ray Bradbury-inspired status code that tells you when content you want to see is blocked due to "legal obstacles."

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Cox must pay $25 million after failing to make pirating subscribers walk the plank, but the real loser could be you

BMG has won its suit against Cox and that's bad news for anyone suspected of piracy.

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Windows 10 upgrades for Windows Phone 8.1 devices delayed until 2016

Microsoft originally said we'd see Windows 10 mobile upgrades start in December. That's been pushed back until early 2016.